Corpus ID: 1032612

Flavonoids: not just for cancer anymore.

@article{Wakshlag2011FlavonoidsNJ,
  title={Flavonoids: not just for cancer anymore.},
  author={J. Wakshlag},
  journal={Compendium},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 10},
  pages={
          E1-4
        }
}
Increasingly, veterinary clients are using nutraceuticals as adjuvant treatment for a variety of ailments in their pets. Recent evidence suggests that more than 50% of clients who have companion animals with cancer are using a nutraceutical and/or supplement as part of the treatment plan, and 65% of these clients say their veterinarian approves. This trend does not extend to healthy pets, of which only 10% receive routine supplements. Unfortunately, few resources regarding the safety of… Expand

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