This sponge, discovered in 2005 off the coast of Alaska, contains a molecule that destroys pancreatic cancer cells. Photo: AFP

Sea sponge may hold key to pancreatic cancer treatment, researchers say

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This sponge, discovered in 2005 off the coast of Alaska, contains a molecule that destroys pancreatic cancer cells. Photo: AFP
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