July 19, 2011
New Research Offers Breakthrough in Fight Against Breast Cancer
SANTA ROSA, Calif., July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers at Indiana University and Methodist Research Institute have published the dramatic effects of a natural formula against breast cancer. The impressive results are found in the latest issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Integrative Cancer Therapies. Lead investigator Dr. Daniel Sliva says, "The formula we studied inhibits growth of highly metastatic human breast cancer cells, and suppresses the metastatic potential of these cells."
The all-natural, doctor-designed formula combines phytonutrients, botanically enhanced medicinal mushrooms and antioxidants that work together to provide effective breast protection. Dr. Sliva continues, "We were able to identify specific genes which are responsible for growth of human breast cancer cells and show, on the molecular level, how these natural dietary components affect breast cancer cells."According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to occur among women in the US during 2011; about 2,140 new cases are expected in men. Despite significant advances in breast cancer treatment, the available treatments for advanced stage breast cancer still offer little hope. However, as the study shows, this potent integrative breast formula can be an important tool in the fight against highly invasive breast cancer. "This unique mixture of ingredients produced strong results at low concentrations, which shows its strength," says Dr. Isaac Eliaz whom the study authors acknowledge for his development of the formula. Dr. Eliaz explains, "The ingredients promote breast health through critical hormone modulation, cellular protection, and vital immune enhancement."
Cancer metastasis is a complex process consisting of cell adhesion, cell migration, and cell invasion. The inhibition of these events is crucial for the suppression of cancer metastasis. "Fortunately, the formula we studied inhibits all of these processes, without side effects, which are associated with cancer chemotherapy," explains Dr. Sliva. Ongoing research on this integrative breast formula in cancer continues to show encouraging results, and additional studies are forthcoming.
Research published in:
Integrative Cancer Therapies: Volume 10 (2) 2011 p.192-200.
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