Formulas, herbs and isolates in the cancer clinic: An evidence based approach to treatment

Daniel Weber, Wang Jing, Janelle Wheat (Editor), Geoff Currie (Editor)

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Abstract

Cancer is a complex disease of over 200 types, which is compounded by thousands of genetic, epigenetic and metabolic pathways. There is no single 'magic bullet' but multi-therapeutic protocols that 'resolve' cancer on a variety of levels. In spite of this cancer remains the presenting problem of our age. Botanical Oncology; isolates introduces integrative cancer treatment protocols for a variety of cancers, their pathways and the side effects arising from chemo and radiotherapy. Fully referenced, it presents over 200 common and novel herbal compounds which have been isolated from hundreds of anti-cancer botanicals. The book comes with an on-line database that is being constantly updated with the latest research. The database provides quick access to treatment protocols and the evidence to support their use. Botanical Oncology; isolates has chapters on overcoming multi-drug resistance and also examines herb-drug interaction and CYP enzyme activities. There is an extensive chapter on intravenous, intramuscular and intradermal botanicals that currently being used in hospitals around the world. Daniel Weber PhD, MSc has written this book for the professional to support prescribing and supporting cancer patients, whether that practitioner is an oncologist, Naturopath or herbalist. The evidence supplied by Dr. Weber will reassure practitioners engaging
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAlexandria, N.S.W.
PublisherPanaxea Publishing
Number of pages133
Volume1
Edition1st
ISBN (Print)9780987114204
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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