In vivo anti-carcinogenic property of a formulated citrus peel extract

@inproceedings{Suzawa2014InVA,
  title={In vivo anti-carcinogenic property of a formulated citrus peel extract},
  author={Michiko Suzawa and Limin Guo and Min-Hsiung Pan and C Ho and Shiming Li},
  year={2014}
}
Background: Cancer is one of the two leading fatal diseases humans face. Synthesized drugs available for cancer intervention have many limitations in applications and effectiveness and are often associated with serious of side effects, which can further damage the patients’ quality of life. Recently, the development of natural-product-based and therapeutically sound anti-cancer agents have gained popularity in the fields of functional and medical foods, which may exhibit advantages of minimal… CONTINUE READING

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