Navigation Links
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
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2009 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved  

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related medicine news :

1. American Heart Associations Scientific Sessions Media Alert
2. New scientific study indicates that eating quickly is associated with overeating
3. Sanford Barsky, M.D., University of Nevada School of Medicine and Nevada Cancer Institute faculty member publishes scientific paper in the journal Nature
4. Press alert for American Society of Nephrologys 42nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Exposition
5. Enbrel(R) (etanercept) Data to be Presented at the 2009 American College of Rheumatology Scientific Meeting
6. Government of Canada supports scientific research to deepen knowledge of H1N1 flu virus
7. Launch of First Year-Round Annual Scientific Medical Meeting Announced at Health 2.0
8. Canary Foundations Don Listwin Appointed to National Cancer Institutes Board of Scientific Advisors
9. Pluromed, Inc. Signs Agreement with Boston Scientific
10. Scientific Paper Supports Micro-Bland Embolization Technique for Liver Cancer With Embozene(TM) Microspheres
11. Star Scientific Breaks New Ground, Plans FDA Filing for Approval of First Modified Risk Tobacco Product; Nominates Curtis Wright, MD, MPH for FDA Advisory Committee
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
Turmeric-The Scientific Evidence How It Prevents And Treats Cancer & Dementia 
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... , ... It has become fairly common to purchase fresh broccoli at the ... before cooking. Throwing out radish greens, beet leaves and chard stalks is pretty typical, ... takes a little knowledge and practice to use them. Josie's Organics is ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... Skin Brushing (also known as Body Brushing) is a wonderful daily ... beautiful as it is more exposed to the elements. , Dry Skin Brushing takes only ... Exfoliate the dead cells and toxins on skin's surface. Skin is the largest organ ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... Lecrae is quickly developing into one ... Rolling Stone and The New York Times to Billboard Magazine and Variety, among others. ... of the many reasons why so many people are taking notice. , “We are ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... Medflow, the ... a SaaS electronic health records system from the company exclusively dedicated to helping ... 2.0 delivers an intuitive state-of-the-art solution combining modern cloud technology with Medflow’s proven ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... “It is never too ... SunGrubbies.com. “We are particularly interested in getting the word out to children because ... surface. We are extremely pleased with our new video which we feel ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Whole Vegetable Cooking for Home Cooks: Josie's Organics Encourages Using All Parts of Vegetables – from Root to Stalk – Every Day 2Health News:Whole Vegetable Cooking for Home Cooks: Josie's Organics Encourages Using All Parts of Vegetables – from Root to Stalk – Every Day 3Health News:Whole Vegetable Cooking for Home Cooks: Josie's Organics Encourages Using All Parts of Vegetables – from Root to Stalk – Every Day 4Health News:Back in Stock: Keep Skin and Lymphatic System Healthy with Dry Skin Brushes from Sublime Beauty® 2Health News:Hands of Hope to Present Grammy Award-Winner Lecrae in Concert this August 2Health News:Hands of Hope to Present Grammy Award-Winner Lecrae in Concert this August 3Health News:Medflow Launches MEDFLOW 2.0 EHR – The Cloud-Based Ophthalmology EHR 2Health News:SunGrubbies.com, a Leading Online Retailer of Sun Protection Products, Joins Effort to Promote Sun Safety 2Health News:SunGrubbies.com, a Leading Online Retailer of Sun Protection Products, Joins Effort to Promote Sun Safety 3
... -- Compared to people who don,t smoke, smokers face twice ... that stroke nearly a decade sooner, a Canadian study finds. ... for stroke or heart disease drops to non-smoker levels, the ... deputy director of the Canadian Stroke Network (CSN), in a ...
... 3, 2011 A higher dose of radiation (74 Gy) ... that has spread to the lymph nodes, compared to the ... of a late-breaking randomized study presented at the plenary session, ... Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO). "Most radiation oncologists and ...
... HealthDay Reporter , MONDAY, Oct. 3 (HealthDay News) ... general anesthesia may be up to three times more likely ... they grow up, a new study suggests. However, experts ... small children who require more than one surgery. "A ...
... Oct. 3, 2011 Dr. Bruce A. Beutler, the ... Defense at UT Southwestern Medical Center, today shared the Nobel ... their discoveries in how the immune system works. ... Institut de Biologie Molculaire et Cellulaire in France shared half ...
... in Spanish . Roger Gomis, ICREA researcher ... up the spin-off Supragen. With the support of IRB Barcelona and ... is the second biotech company to emerge from the institute since ... the end of 2005. Supragen seeks to develop a diagnostic kit ...
... (HealthDay News) -- People who are easily embarrassed are more ... to a new study. "Moderate levels of embarrassment are ... doctoral student in psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, ... is a good thing, not something you should fight." ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News: Smoking May Double Risk for Stroke 2Health News:Higher radiation dose does not help lung cancer patients live longer 2Health News:Could Surgery, Anesthesia While Very Young Hamper Kids' Development? 2Health News:Could Surgery, Anesthesia While Very Young Hamper Kids' Development? 3Health News:UT Southwestern scientist shares 2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2Health News:UT Southwestern scientist shares 2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 3Health News:IRB Barcelona spin-off to develop a diagnostic kit and new treatments for metastasis 2Health News:Why It's Good If You're Easily Embarrassed 2
(Date:6/29/2015)... The global insulin market is ... new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing global prevalence of ... unmet needs in emerging markets such as India ... two of the most significant growth drivers of this market. Moreover, ... growing global geriatric population base are expected to serve the global ...
(Date:6/29/2015)... 2015  Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SRNE ; ... the Russell 2000® Small Cap, Russell 3000®, and Russell ... the close of trading on June 26, 2015 when ... U.S. and global indexes. Sorrento is already a member ... the Russell Indexes. Russell indexes are ...
(Date:6/29/2015)... SOUTH EASTON, Mass. , June 29, 2015 ... the "Company"), a leader in the development and ... sample preparation solutions to the worldwide life sciences ... of the Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH ... the proteomic profiling and classification of prostate cancer ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Insulin Market To Reach $47.54 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc. 2Insulin Market To Reach $47.54 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc. 3Insulin Market To Reach $47.54 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc. 4Sorrento Added to Russell 2000 Small Cap, Russell 3000 and Global Indexes 2Sorrento Added to Russell 2000 Small Cap, Russell 3000 and Global Indexes 3Better Classification of Prostate Cancer Tissue Biopsy Samples Enabled by Pressure BioSciences' PCT Platform 2Better Classification of Prostate Cancer Tissue Biopsy Samples Enabled by Pressure BioSciences' PCT Platform 3Better Classification of Prostate Cancer Tissue Biopsy Samples Enabled by Pressure BioSciences' PCT Platform 4
... to be delivered at the Drug Information Association (DIA) ... Geneva, Switzerland, experts from PAREXEL International Corporation ... services provider, will address advanced approaches to help the ... Experts from PAREXEL will be available at ...
... DUBLIN, Ireland, March 4, 2011 Warner Chilcott plc (Nasdaq: ... President and Chief Financial Officer Paul Herendeen is scheduled to ... Tuesday, March 8th at 12:35 p.m. ET.   ... , with an archived replay of the webcast available shortly ...
Cached Medicine Technology:PAREXEL Experts to Present Advanced Approaches to Accelerate Development, Maximize Product Value at DIA EuroMeeting 2PAREXEL Experts to Present Advanced Approaches to Accelerate Development, Maximize Product Value at DIA EuroMeeting 3PAREXEL Experts to Present Advanced Approaches to Accelerate Development, Maximize Product Value at DIA EuroMeeting 4
... offers reliable microhematocrit determinations. Although the Microspin ... more affordable than most competitive 6 tube ... spin-downs, and the included reader is adjustable, ... circumstances. Offering quieter operation than many similiar ...
... Pelvic surgery represents one of the ... The Matta Pelvic Plating System offers the ... system for addressing fractures of the pelvis ... world renowned as a premiere pelvic surgeon, ...
Comprehensive range of integrated implants and instruments including - Basic, Small, Mini, Pelvic and Foot Sets....
... Conforming to U.S. and international ... Nephew's TC-100 Screw and Plating System* ... and ease of use for open ... However, the TC-100 system works well ...
Medicine Products: