Doctors turn to a spider's deadly venom in hopes of treating stroke victims

(Natural News) The venom of one of the world’s deadliest spiders could potentially be used by stroke patients to protect against brain damage — although more research is needed before this becomes standard treatment. One bite from the Australian funnel web spider can kill an average-sized human in only 15 minutes. The neurotoxins act on the…

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