Most Recent Articles by Andrea S. Blevins Primeau, PhD, MBA
Though there are no human studies of the effects of pomegranate consumption on breast cancer prevention or treatment, multiple in vitro studies suggest that pomegranate extracts, juice, or seed oil have anticancer properties.
PIMs may cause drug-drug interactions, which can lead to treatment-related toxicities and consequently affect outcomes.
Epidemiologic evidence suggests that a proinflammatory diet, as measured by the dietary inflammatory index, can increase the risk of developing CRC, particularly proximal colon cancer.
Epidemiologic evidence is mixed regarding the protective effect of garlic consumption against different cancer types.
Cancer Therapy Advisor asked Shaji Kumar, MD, to share his thoughts about where we are now and where we are going regarding promising data and novel approaches for MM treatment.
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