Researchers from the University of Sydney found a possible cure for box jellyfish sting. This kind of jellyfish has many tentacles full of venom. The team used cyclodextrins, a drug used to absorb cholesterol, to keep the venom from spreading all over the body. Based on the study, the venom becomes most dangerous when it reacts to cholesterol. Therefore, the medicine works the same if applied quickly to the sting. According to the university, the first experiment was done on human cell sample and on alive mice.