Sulforaphane halts breast cancer cell growth.

Abstract

Sulforaphane is a chemical found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, sprouts and kale. This compound is a potent inducer of protective enzymes that provide defense against cancer-causing chemicals. Researchers have discovered that sulforaphane can halt human breast cancer cells in their tracks and have identified a new mechanism of action for the compound.

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@article{Johnston2004SulforaphaneHB, title={Sulforaphane halts breast cancer cell growth.}, author={Nicole Johnston}, journal={Drug discovery today}, year={2004}, volume={9 21}, pages={908} }