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Title: Cancer treatment in the Arab-Islamic medicine: Integration of tradition with modern experimental trails
Authors: hilal zaid
bashar saad
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: J Am Med Inf Assoc (Arabic)
Abstract: Cancer is a cohort of disorders that involves transformation, dysregulation of apoptosis, uncontrolled cell proliferation, invasion, angiogenesis and metastasis. Extensive research during the last five decades has revealed much about the biology of cancer. Drugs used to treat most cancers are those that can block cell cycle, cell signaling, including growth factor signaling; inflammation, angiogenesis and others. Strikingly, herbal plant extracts and based drug, including those attributed to the Islamic civilization were reported ...
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