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Turmeric-The Scientific Evidence How It Prevents And Treats Cancer & Dementia
Date:11/17/2009

dia. The author's reports explain the science of how turmeric, as shown in studies is proving to be helpful in preventing various types of cancers.

The medical profession informs us we are living longer as a population, but with that longevity will come a dramatic increase in cases of dementia and Alzheimer's disease affecting millions of families. By comparison India, because of the consumption of turmeric, continues to enjoy the lowest incidence of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in the world. Turmeric inhibits the formation of amyloid plaque buildup, believed to be a contributing cause of dementia. The research report on Alzheimer's discusses how stem cells, pharmaceutical medications and natural aids are showing promise in treating or delaying this memory robbing disease. (abigon.com)

Is there scientific evidence explaining how turmeric is able to do what researchers say it does? Is there documented peer support for the claims being made that turmeric not only inhibits the development of cancer but also it's proliferation and metastasizing once it is diagnosed? In order to answer many questions readers have asked regarding the claims about turmeric's extraordinary abilities, the author sought the advice of the world's leading authority on turmeric/curcumin research. He is Ph.D, Bhrat Aggarwal, Professor of Cancer Research and Professor of Cancer Medicine (Biochemistry) and Chief, Cytokine Research Laboratory, Department of Experimental Therapeutics, University of Texas/MD Anderson Cancer Clinic.

The "Christian Wilde Stem Cell and Turmeric and Research Report" explains how through a process known as apoptosis (cell death) turmeric is able to actually instruct the cancer cell to self-destruct. This process of programmed cell death (PCD) is the result physicians hope to attain in treating patients with chemotherapy and radiation. These treatments kill cancer cells but unfortunately they cannot distinguish the cancer cell from
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