Curcumin as angiogenesis inhibitor?

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January 22, 2015 at 5:55 pm  #1268210    

adrianm21

Hi People,

Can turmeric’s curcumin be considered based on some studies and / or observations as angiogenesis inhibitor or even an apoptosis stimulent?
Or is it just a placebo?
My mother suffers from NSCLC and treated in 3rd line with Vinorelbinum, which proves to be pretty hard to tolerate, hence looking for some additional /supplementary treatment.
Heard and red about turmeric’s curcumin and found some pills from Jarrow Formulas (an US based company). Anyone tried it?

Thanks in advance
Adrian

January 22, 2015 at 8:34 pm  #1268214    
Dr West
Dr West

It is commonly identified and used by patients based on it being promoted, generally by people who are not trained oncologists, as an anti-cancer remedy. At this time, it has no established benefit based on real evidence in human patients.

Good luck.

-Dr. West

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