Reducing the effects of green tea Cigarettes In Lung Cancer. Lung cancer remains to this day one of the most dangerous diseases in the world, killing millions of people every year. It includes recovery of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, but this method is only slightly effective in killing the cells to mutate.
The best defense, health experts always say, is prevention. That's according to an article that was read at the Blog Business Softpedia. One of the biggest risk factor for this condition smoke, and new research suggests a possible way for smokers to avoid the cancer grows until finally they came out of the habit.
Researchers at the Chung Shan Medical University, in Taiwan, presented a new report at the AACR-IASLC Joint Conference on Origins of lung cancer molecules, where they showed that green tea may have a modulating effect on lung cancer patients smoked. "Lung cancer is the leading cause of all cancer deaths in Taiwan. Tea, especially green tea, has received much attention because tea polyphenols are strong antioxidants, and tea preparations have shown inhibitory activity against tumorigenesis, "student CSMU I-Hsin Lin, MS, quoted by ScienceDaily.
This line of research is very difficult to do, analysts say, because there is an inherent bias in the way all of the studies in this form. In the past, there is some investigation that aims to find out how tea consumption and cancer is affected, but most of this paper is still overshadowed by allegations of inaccuracy. The new study featuring 510 participants, 170 had lung cancer, and 340 healthy control subjects. The research team that Lin did compensate for other risk factors, by asking each participant about things such as demographic characteristics, smoking habits, consumption of green tea, the amount of fruits and vegetables they eat, and history of cancer in their family.