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Despite years of protests from children, scientists may just have found a good reason for eating broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, according to newly-published autism research.
A clinical trial involving nearly 300 Chinese men and women residing in one of China’s most polluted regions found that daily consumption of a half cup of broccoli sprout beverage produced rapid, significant and sustained higher levels of excretion of benzene, a known human carcinogen, and acrolein, a lung irritant.
A team of researchers in the University of Arizona's College of Pharmacy has discovered a molecular pathway that could be key to creating new therapeutics that would slow or even reverse the progression of end-stage liver disease.
A study led by Madhwa Raj, PhD, Research Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans and its Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center, has found that a super cocktail of six natural compounds in vegetables, fruits, spices and plant roots killed 100% of sample breast cancer cells without toxic side effects on normal cells.
According to a new study, an enzyme in broccoli has been found to prevent or slow the progress of the most common form of arthritis.
After a recent University of Illinois study showed that injection of the soy peptide lunasin dramatically reduced colon cancer metastasis in mice, the researchers were eager to see how making lunasin part of the animals' daily diet would affect the spread of the disease.
Just one day after a comprehensive national report was released stating that the U.S. is dragging its feet in the fight against cancer, one of the twentieth century’s most renowned scientists has launched a scathing critique against the status quo in current cancer research.
While grenades have been mentioned in situations related to the military, they have never been mentioned in scientific research dealing with cancer. That is, until now.
Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, working with Danish researchers, have developed a novel anticancer drug designed to travel -- undetected by normal cells -- through the bloodstream until activated by specific cancer proteins.
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