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How does Turmeric work against cancer?

How does Turmeric work against cancer? Turmeric is a plant now cultivated in tropical areas around the world. Studies done on breast cancer show that curcumin may inhibit chemotherapy-induced apoptosis which means when the cancer cell die. While curcumin induces cancer cell death in human colon cancer. Turmeric may be chemopreventive through activating the vitamin D receptor, thus protecting the small intestine and colon. Chemopreventive means that an agent delays the development of cancer or the cancer from coming back. If you have breast cancer, be careful about taking Turmeric because it is stopping the inhibits breast cancer cell death.

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What is Vitamin O? Does it work against cancer?

What is Vitamin O? Does it work against cancer? Vitamin O is a dietary supplement that is marketed on the Internet. Vitamin O does not treat or cure cancer. Supporters claim that it contains a high concentration of oxygen molecules of about 30,000 parts per million dissolved in distilled water. This is unlikely because the maximum solubility of oxygen in water at room temperature is only 7500 parts per million. The anticancer activity of vitamin O is based on the theory that cancer cells grow in an oxygen-poor environment. While supplemental respiratory oxygen is thought to have anticancer activities by enhancing

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What is Scutellaria barbata? Does it help against cancer?

What is Scutellaria barbata? Does it help against cancer? Scutellaria Barbatais an herb found in Korea and southern China that has been studied for its anti-cancer properties. It is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat tumors. Laboratory studies have shown S. Barbata can limit the growth of cancer cells. S. Barbata may benefit patients with advanced breast cancer. Test tube studies suggest that S. Barbata has antimutagenic and anticancer properties. Mutagenic means that something that can cause genetic mutation in some chemicals. A number of constituents including flavonoids are thought to be responsible for these activities. Email us at info@icrmc.org and check out the

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How has Scutellaria Baicalensis been used in traditional medicine?

How has Scutellaria Baicalensis been used in traditional medicine? Scutellaria Baicalensis known as Huang Qin has been used in traditional medicine. Lab studies suggest anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity. Larger studies in humans that test safety and effectiveness are needed to determine under what circumstances Preclinical data suggest that protect against doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity. Doxorubicin is one of the chemo drugs that we call the red devil. Cardiotoxicity is a condition when there is damage to the heart muscle. Email us at info@icrmc.org and check out the home website www.icrmc.org at the Institute of Cancer Restorative Medicine to tell us about any dietary supplements

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Studies show scorpion venom may have anticancer abilities.

Studies show scorpion venom may have anticancer abilities. Although components of scorpion venom from various species show anticancer effects in laboratory and animal studies, the scorpion venom marketed to cancer patients has not been scientifically proven to treat cancer in humans. The claims made for blue scorpion venom marketed to cancer patients as 3 brands (a homeopathic version) are mostly based on anecdotes. The homeopathic version, which uses very dilute solutions of the active ingredient, has not been shown to treat or prevent cancer. The properties of the blue scorpion venom are just starting to be described more thoroughly in scientific research. Email us at

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What is Saw Palmetto? Does it help prevent cancer?

What is Saw Palmetto? Does it help prevent cancer? Saw palmetto was shown in some studies to help relieve the symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy, but it has not been shown to prevent or treat prostate cancer. Studies in the laboratory show that saw palmetto works by countering the effects of male sex hormones such as testosterone. In a laboratory study, a saw palmetto extract was found to slow the growth of normal prostate cells and increase their sensitivity to radiation, while not affecting prostate cancer cells. Patients should consult with a physician before using saw palmetto supplements during radiation therapy.

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