Recent studies show chaga mushrooms have the power to slow the growth of tumors associated with breast, cervical, and even lung cancer. There is evidence that these mushrooms may even contain cancer-preventing properties. Thus far, research has been confined to mice, but because chaga does not harm other cells, there is considerable medical interest in developing this mushroom as a cancer treatment.
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