New study finds curcumin to be an effective agent against glioblastoma; a fatal type of brain cancer.
Curcumin has the most evidence-based literature backing its use as a cancer support than any other nutrient The compound affects 700 genes and more than 100 different pathways once it enters the cell Curcumin appears safe for the treatment of all types of cancer
In an exciting discovery announced in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry in July, researchers say curcumin could be the answer to stopping a fatal brain cancer known as glioblastoma (GBMs). This study strengthens previous findings. In this study, scientists showed that it decreased brain tumors in nine of 11 study animals (81 percent), with no evidence of toxicity.