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Theravalues Confirms Beneficial Effects of Theracurmin™ on Diastolic Function in Hypertensive Patients
Date:11/10/2011

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Theravalues, a Japan based bio-venture, announced today that Theracurmin™, its curcumin-based product, impacts positively on the prevention of heart failure and its progression for the first time in history. During the human clinical trial started with the registration in July 2010, conducted by the company with National Hospital Organization Kyoto Medical Center and University of Shizuoka, Japan, the researchers found that Theracurmin™, which is absorbed by the body at a rate 27 times higher than curcumin powder, could effectively prevent diastolic failure.

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Dr. Tatsuya Morimoto, Professor at the Division of Molecular Medicine School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, at the University of Shizuoka said, "We are extremely excited to discover that Theracurmin™ has positive effects in curbing left ventricular diastolic failure at a statistically significant level." In the 24-week human trial, Theracurmin™, the absorption-enhanced curcumin invented by Theravalues, was prescribed for 30 subjects with left ventricular diastolic failure and their symptoms improved significantly. "The result of the study encourages patients and the elderly who have been suffering chronic cardiac problems," he added.

Curcumin, a polyphenol derived from turmeric (Curcuma Longa L,) has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant therapeutic properties. These properties effectively treat chronic inflammatory diseases. However, it has poor bioavailability due to its low oral absorption. Through Theracurmin™, Theravalues invented an innovative technology to solve this problem by creating surface controlled colloidal dispersion.

The FDA has approved Theracurmin™ for clinical trial in the United States. Last month, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer C
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