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Proposed Ban May Affect Cancer Patients Needing Venom For Treatment

Rattlesnake Gassing Outlaw Will Affect The Progress Of Cancer Research.
According to the Oxford Journal of Cancer Research, rattlesnake vemon can paralyze cancer cells and stop the disease from spreading. These new findings are changing treatments for cancer patients. 

A proposed ban on rattlesnake gassing will decrease the supply of antivenom causing a major impact on the progress of cancer research and treatment. Julie Sawyers, Sweetwater Jaycee, has been battling the fight of Cancer for two years. She believes this break-through in Cancer research can only bring patients a step closer to finding a cure. If rattlesnake gassing is outlawed, it will take away the supply of antivenom that she and other cancer patients need. 
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