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Hawaii scientist finds jellyfish sting treatment

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HONOLULU (AP) — A University of Hawaii scientist has developed a way to treat Hawaii box jellyfish stings and block the poison emitted by related species in Australia and other parts of the world. Dr. Angel Yanagihara discovered a pore-forming toxin common to all box jellyfish. Then she developed an inhibitor that blocks the toxin. The medical school professor has multiple patents for the...

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