Curcumin stops cancer cell growth, NEW scientific discovery
|Curcumin stops cancer cell growth, NEW scientific discovery||Darrell Miller||04/27/19|
April 27, 2019 10:10 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Curcumin stops cancer cell growth, NEW scientific discovery
Turmeric is hailed for its properties in helping to regulate blood sugar, fighting inflammation and infection, and helping cancer patients. In helping cancer patients, turmeric is able to affect cancerous cells without harming the non-cancerous cells. DYRK2 is inhibited by the turmeric, keeping the cancer from growing. Carfilzomib used with turmeric helped with cancer cell death with minimal affect to the healthy cells. Turmeric also promotes angiogenesis, which stops the growth of new blood vessels which support the growth of tumors, and also doesn't allow development of adhesion which leads to metastasizing of cancers.
- Turmeric was first cultivated in the SouthEast Asia and India. It is a kitchen spice that is revered for its ability to fight inflammation and regulate blood sugar.
- New research shows that turmeric has even more potential. Due to its active compound, curcumin, research has shown that it could be used to fight cancer.
- A new study conducted by researchers in United States and China showed that turmeric can successfully be used to target several aggressive forms of cancer.
"The team used cutting-edge X-ray crystallography to obtain 3D images – in which curcumin could distinctly be seen binding to the enzyme at the atomic level."
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