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  • "Miracle Fruit" packs a powerful punch for cancer patients

    A small red berry, called Miracle Fruit, packs a lot of benefit into a very tiny package. The fruit has been shown to help many cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy and radiation to be able to taste and enjoy the flavor of foods again.

A small red berry, called Miracle Fruit, packs a lot of benefit into a very tiny package. The fruit has been shown to help many cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy and radiation to be able to taste and enjoy the flavor of foods again. Emily Michot Miami Herald
A small red berry, called Miracle Fruit, packs a lot of benefit into a very tiny package. The fruit has been shown to help many cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy and radiation to be able to taste and enjoy the flavor of foods again. Emily Michot Miami Herald

For cancer patients who lost their taste buds, a miracle arrived in this tiny berry

December 24, 2016 7:36 AM