Desmodium adscendens. De l’usage traditionnel camerounais contre les hépatites à l’accompagnement des chimiothérapies

@inproceedings{Tubry2015DesmodiumAD,
  title={Desmodium adscendens. De l’usage traditionnel camerounais contre les h{\'e}patites {\`a} l’accompagnement des chimioth{\'e}rapies},
  author={Pierre Tub{\'e}ry and Jaqueline Ragot and Philippe Lagarde and Dominique Authier-Derivaux and Michel Pidoux and Claudine Aim{\'e}e Rasolohery and Genevi{\`e}ve Bourdy},
  year={2015}
}
Desmodium adscendens (Da) is a pan-tropical species, considered to have medicinal properties in almost all the countries where it is present. In 1965, when working as a doctor in remote places in north Cameroon, Dr Tubery collected this plant, presented by local healers to be useful against hepatitis. Convinced of the effectiveness of this species and of its great potential, Dr Tubery introduced it in France and with Jacqueline Ragot, a pharmacist, initiated studies aiming at evaluating its… CONTINUE READING

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