Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Know More About Ancient Chinese Medicine And Its Impact On Pancreatic Cancer

The woof of popular Phellodendron amurense (Amur cork tree) is known for its implications. It works well in fighting from pancreatic cancer to make potential impacts inroad. A lead researcher A. Pratap Kumar of UT Health Science Center was exploring more on cork tree extract's impact in curing prostate cancer in his team. A published report in Clinical Cancer Research Dr. Jingjing Gong periodical, in research is showing that extracts of such block in inhibit and pathway the mark that thwart in pursue anti-cancer medicines about post-doctoral studies located at Yale University, by a graduation student in the Department of Pharmacology in Dr Kumar's laboratory. Dr. Kumar a professor of urology in the School of Medicine and the study's principal investigator at the Health Science Center said "Fibrosis is a process of uncontrolled scarring around the tumor gland,”, “Once you have fibrotic tissue, the drugs cannot get into the cancer."

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