Saudi Researchers Want Clinical Trials For Camel Urine Cancer Cure


A research team from Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz University has been making claims about discovering anti-cancer properties in camel urine for the last several years, and are now claiming they’ve shown good results in tests on healthy humans, though those results have yet to see publication. The researchers are seeking support from the Saudi Food and Drug authority, which oversees the nation’s clinical trials, to let them keep moving forward and testing the substance — which is extracted from camel urine — on patients suffering from cancer.

The team plan to release more data on their work at a conference later this month.