Picture: Wikipedia/Musides.. The bark scorpion can measure only 3 inches long but still pack a deadly sting. But this really small creature has met its match in a very small clinical trial. The product, called Anascorp, can be an antivenom created from the plasma of horses injected with venom from the scorpion. Then there was the issue of getting hospitals to sign up to a placebo-controlled trial. That antivenom got become the de facto regular of care in Arizona for many years, until production ceased in 2000 and supplies of the product started dwindling by the middle area of the last 10 years.We have been trying to measure the role of surgical resection for metastatic melanoma because the advancement of [immune-based medications], he said in an ACS news release. Today, metastatic melanoma is [also] discovered earlier in a genuine number of patients, Deutsch added, due to better imaging methods likely, so surgeons might be able to intervene before it all becomes futile. In the new study, surgery was performed alone, or in conjunction with drug radiofrequency or treatment ablation, a method that uses heat to destroy cancer cells.