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Can Probiotics Treat Cancer? Probiotic Action Explains the New Health Claim
Date:3/26/2013

(PRWEB) March 26, 2013

As featured on News-medical.net, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey released information on a study that involves using probiotics to help patients suffering from blood-born cancers. Probiotic Action, creator of the best adult acne treatment explains the news and why probiotics may help patients.

The Cancer Institute of New Jersey recently exposed studies that are leading them to believe that probiotics may influence the curing of certain cancers buy aiding the creation a harmonious bacteria environment in the intestines of bone marrow transplant patients.

The article states that patients suffering from Leukemia and Lymphoma often undergo a treatment that offsets the bacteria in the intestines, creating a more difficult environment for treatment to be absorbed. Researchers are finding that introducing probiotics to the patients system may help stabilize their body, allowing the treatment to be more successful.

Fernando Perez, a spokesman for Probiotic Action, explains why probiotics are more than just the best acne treatment, and why they may help cancer patients,

“ Probiotics have been widely used to easy distress and aide in the intestinal tract. They also help to balance the amount of good and bad bacteria on the skin and in the body. Using anaerobic probiotics to help patients better react to cancer treatments could be a natural way to increase the immune system, and establish a more harmonious environment for good bacteria to thrive.”

To read more about the study, and get information on the research is being done by Roger Strair, MD, PhD, chief of hematologic malignancies/hematopoietic stem cell transplantation at The Cancer
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