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And in her relationship with Vin Diesel's Cage, who has her as his right-hand woman, she's not a token appendage in tight pants – they're equals working together with mutual respect."He doesn't call her first because she's this tough, no-nonsense killing machine," she says.

"He calls her first because she's going to be the one that saves his butt a bunch of times.

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This compound, which is responsible for much of the pain and cell death caused by bee stings, has been combined with nanotechnology in a recent study to form “nanobees,” which Nanobees could present a possible alternative to current chemotherapy for cancer.

As early as the late 90s, scientists had thought about synthesized melittin as a possibility in cancer treatment to avoid the drawbacks of regular chemotherapy, most notably nonspecificity.[1] Melittin itself is a host-defense peptide, a category known to have anti-cancer properties.[2] The advantage of a synthesized version of melittin is that it would eliminate the allergenic elements of the bee venom and that there would be no need to use actual bees to extract the compound.[3] Melittin is also preferable to other anti-tumor compounds as it targets and causes lysis of cell membranes, so it is difficult for the tumor cells to build immunity against it. 8.”Nanocapsules with Bee Venom Destroy Tumor,” Nano Werk, August, 10, 2009,

Melittin is highly toxic, and the doses desired to affect largescale tumor cell death would easily kill healthy cells as well. Samuel Wickline and his team from the Siteman center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence at Washington University in St. “´Nanobees´Destroy Cancer Cells by Delivering Synthesized Bee Venom to Tumors” CNN, August 19, 2009,

Louis, discovered a material that could easily adhere to melittin and protect the body from its effects until its delivery.[5] The nanoparticles that eventually became “nanobees” are tiny spheres made from a mixture of “an oily substance known as perfluorocarbon, fatty substances called lipids, and lecithin, which is found in egg yolks.”[6] The nanoparticles allowed the mice in the experiment to receive one hundred trillion nanobees per dose, an amount of melittin that would have killed them without the coatings by causing massive death of their red blood cells.[7] In addition to allowing large amounts of drugs to be delivered, the nanobees also protect the melittin itself from the body’s defense system, allowing it to circulate and giving it more time to locate tumors.[8] The finishing touch was a ligand that helps the nanobees locate tumors by a chemical affinity for a protein common in the new blood vessels that tumors form to feed themselves.[9] In the test mice this led to a decrease in both tumors and precancerous lesions: a 25% decrease in tumor size for those with breast cancer over a week and 88% decrease in those with melanoma.[10] This is particularly promising as these are considered to be different categories of cancer.

Earlier this year, Stephanie called the reality TV star out for allegedly 'begging' her to date him while she was still with her former flame Sam Reece, whom she split from in February, and then again when she started dating Jeremy.