Researchers investigating these specialized supplements have found they suppress cancer invasiveness, modulate the expression of cancer cell cycle genes and decrease metastasis - without leading to toxic side effects.
Daniel Sliva, Ph.D., associate professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine shared these findings during this year's Meeting of the Society for Integrative Oncology, in Albuquerque, NM.
This evolving body of peer-reviewed evidence continues to further substantiate the powerful anti-cancer effects of these health formulas. Significantly, original in vitro results on the breast and prostate formulas were later confirmed in vivo, demonstrating through each phase of research that these formulas work through multiple mechanisms of action on the cellular and genomic levels.
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