More Details about Herbal Medicine : A Cancer Chemopreventive And Therapeutic Perspective

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Author(s)Rajesh Arora
PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2010


Table of Content: SECTION ONE: Herbal Medicine and Oncology, 1. Herbal Drugs for Oncology: Current Status and Future Directions in Cancer Chemoprevention, 2. Role of Phytochemicals in Cancer Chemoprevention, 3. Harnessing Medicinal Plants for Cancer Chemoprevention, 4. Botanicals Used in the Unani System of Medicine for Cancer Chemoprevention and Therapy, 5. Complementary Antitumor Properties of a Calendula Extract: Cytotoxic and Immunomodulatory Activity, 6. Protective Effect of Citrus aurantium and Crataegus microphylla Extracts against Cyclophosphamide-induced Genotoxicity, SECTION TWO: Phytodietary Compounds, 7. Nutritional Interactions for Cancer Prevention, 8. Chemotherapeutic and Chemopreventive Effects of Dietary Compounds and Breast Cancer, 9. Cancer Chemoprevention and Lifestyle Factors: An Overview of Epidemiology and Biological Mechanisms, 10. Role of Curcuma longa in Cancer Therapy and Chemoprevention, 11. Colon Carcinogenesis Prevention by Natural Products, 12. Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Oral Cancer: A Meta-analysis, 13. Antioxidant and Anticancer Activity of Tea Catechins: Potential for Development as Therapeutics, 14. Annatto: A Natural and Healthy Food Colorant for Prevention of Mutation-related Diseases, SECTION THREE: Plant-derived Bioactive Individual/Pure Compounds, 15. Resveratrol: A Novel Chemopreventive Agent for Prostate Cancer, 16. Resveratrol and Chemoprevention of Gliomas, 17. Isoflavones in Breast Cancer Chemoprevention, 17. Isoflavones in Breast Cancer Chemoprevention, 18. Apigenin in Health and Disease with Special Reference to Cancer Chemoprevention, 19. Prevention and Therapeutic Effects of Naturally occurring Isothiocyanates in Cancer, 20. Anticancer Properties of Phytosterols, 21. Anticancer Alkaloids of Catharanthus roseus; Transition from Tradition to Modern Medicine, SECTION FOUR: The Chemoradiotherapy Interface, 22. Effects of Natural Polyphenols on Chemoradiotherapy in Cancer, 23. Concurrent Paclitaxel and Radiotherap