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Honey May Help Prevent, Treat Leukemia - 01/29/2013
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Thanks to reviews such as this one which bring to light the significance of phenolic compounds found in honey and propolis. These naturally-occurring compounds will prove important in reversing the negative effects of antibiotics and so called, 'Super Bugs'. Likewise, beekeepers worldwide need to protect these compounds during the processing of their honey, avoiding heat, sunlight and ultrafiltration... A Review of Molecular Mechanisms of the Anti-Leukemic Effects of Phenolic Compounds in Honey Int J Mol Sci , 2012 Nov 15 Hematologic malignancies constitute about 9% of all new cases of cancers as reported via the GLOBOCAN series by International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 2008. So far, the conventional therapeutic and surgical approaches to cancer therapy have not been able to curtail the rising incidence of cancers, including hematological malignancies, worldwide. The last decade has witnessed great research interest in biological activities of phenolic compounds that include anticancer, anti-oxidation and anti-inflammation , among other things. A large number of anticancer agents combat cancer through cell cycle arrest, induction of apoptosis and differentiation, as well as through inhibition of cell growth and proliferation, or a combination of two or more of these mechanisms. Various phenolic compounds from different sources have been reported to be promising anticancer agents by acting through one of these mechanisms. Honey, which has a long history of huma...

Honey May Help Prevent, Treat Leukemia



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