There have been hundreds of studies looking at the anti-cancer properties of cancer. This article discusses some of that research.
Bladder cancer is one of those treatable cancers that often comes back. The cancer grows from the lining of the bladder, so anything in the urine (which is in contact with the lining) can trigger bladder cancer, or help treat it. That is where curcumin may help.
Liver cancer is often thought of as a death sentence, since mortality rates are high. Curcumin may offer hope in preventing (and helping to treat) this terrible disease.
Curucmin may be helpful in preventing and even treating colon cancer at almost every stage of the disease. However, you need to understand how it works and when it should be avoided.
Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer, and is also one of the more treatable forms of cancer. Curcumin has been shown to help with this form of cancer when applied to the skin.
Prostate cancer is relatively unknown in countries that eat a lot of curry (in which turmeric and hence curcumin is found). Coincidence? Probably not. This article looks at how curcumin may be a valuable supplement in the fight against prostate cancer.
Small cell lung cancer develops and spreads quickly, but does respond to chemotherapy and radiation. Curcumin may offer another avenue for tackling this disease.
Curcumin has shown anti-cancer properties in the lab, and this article discusses ways in which curcumin is known to act on cancer cells.
With 1 in 10 women developing breast cancer, curcumin may be an alternative health supplement that can help prevent and treat this dreadful disease.