Herbs and Natural Products With Potential to Increase Cancer Growth , Interfere With Cancer Treatments , or Increase Cancer Recurrence for Patients Who Have or Have Had Cancer : Common and Brand Names

@inproceedings{Montbriand2019HerbsAN,
  title={Herbs and Natural Products With Potential to Increase Cancer Growth , Interfere With Cancer Treatments , or Increase Cancer Recurrence for Patients Who Have or Have Had Cancer : Common and Brand Names},
  author={Muriel J. Montbriand},
  year={2019}
}
P reliminary evidence shows that some common foods and beverages and some not so commonly known chemicals in herbs and natural products can promote cancer growth or recurrence or can interfere with cancer treatments. This article provides evidence-based information about 32 herbs and natural products that early research has shown may have the potential to increase cancer growth. Common, scientific, and brand names of products are given, as well as the typical doses and potential adverse effects… CONTINUE READING

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