Medicinal Plants in the Management of Cancer: A ReviewMedicinal Plants in the Management of Cancer: A Review

@article{Roy2017MedicinalPI,
  title={Medicinal Plants in the Management of Cancer: A ReviewMedicinal Plants in the Management of Cancer: A Review},
  author={Arpita Roy and Navneeta Bharadvaja},
  journal={International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={9}
}
  • A. Roy, N. Bharadvaja
  • Published 24 October 2017
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Plants have always been a basis for the traditional medicine systems and they have provided continuous remedies to the mankind for thousands of years. Knowledge of the medicinal plants for the preparation of various drugs has been of great significance [1]. Medicinal plants are considered as a rich source of wide variety of ingredients which can be used for the development of drug. Cancer is a one of the deadly diseases which is characterized by irregular cell proliferation. It is the major… 
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