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Breast Cancer Research Update: Can Turmeric Reduce the Pain?

CAN TURMERIC REDUCE PAIN DURING BREAST CANCER TREATMENT?

About 70% of breast cancer analyzed are hormonally determined and treatment incorporates oral medications to obstruct estrogen. In any case, the medications can cause joint stress, which is the reason numerous women do not remain on the medicine — putting them in danger of breast cancer returning.

Turmeric, a flowering plant in the ginger family, is used by some joint inflammation victims who say it lessens their joint pain. The Safeway Foundation grant will help UC Davis test giving turmeric in a pill structure in the mix with the oral enemy of estrogen drugs. The objective is to check whether the zest can effectively lessen joint pain in breast cancer patients and investigate whether it works on the nature of their lives.

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer received a $50,000 grant from the Safeway Foundation to explore the use of the South Asian flavour Turmeric as a method of decreasing joint agony in breast cancer patients being treated with hostility to estrogen drugs.

Mili Arora got $50,000 from the Safeway Establishment for her work investigating turmeric for help with discomfort in bosom malignancy patients. Mili Arora got $50,000 from the Safeway Establishment for her work investigating turmeric for help with discomfort in bosom disease patients.

“This blessing will hugely affect our program,” said Mili Arora, UC Davis partner educator of haematology and oncology. “We thank the Safeway Establishment for supporting our endeavours to assist with breasting disease patients carry on with their lives to the furthest reaches conceivable.”

The investigation will permit Dr Arora and her group to furnish breast cancer patients with significant information on the security and viability of using turmeric with the oral enemy of estrogen treatment.

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