K. Sandeep Prabhu is a professor of immunology and molecular toxicology and the co-leader of the mechanisms of carcinogenesis program at the Penn State Cancer Institute. His lab focuses on redox regulation of gene expression with an emphasis on selenium and its role in immune regulation.
from PennLive December 22, 2011
"Two Penn State researchers have made headway toward curing leukemia. Sandeep Prabhu and Robert Paulson have discovered that a compound made from fish oil kills a common form of leukemia in mice."
from Gizmodo December 22, 2011
"Lead researcher Sandeep Prabhu explains: 'Research in the past on fatty acids has shown the health benefits of fatty acids on cardiovascular system and brain development, particularly in infants, but we have shown that some metabolites of Omega-3 have the ability to selectively kill the leukemia-causing stem cells in mice. The important thing is that the mice were completely cured of leukemia with no relapse.'"