TITLE

A Scientific Review of the Oncogenic Effects Rice Bran Arabinoxylan Compound (RBAC)

AUTHOR(S)
Lieberman, Shari
PUB. DATE
May 2009
SOURCE
Townsend Letter;May2009, Issue 310, p85
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a scientific review of rice bran arabinoxylan compound (RBAC), a health-promoting product with profound immunological effects. The study reviews animal and human research work which suggests that RBAC reduces the toxicity of certain chemotherapeutic agents. Studies also show that RBAC sensitizes cancer cells making them more receptive to the therapeutic effect of the agents. The article reveals that RBAC also protects normal healthy cells against the potentially damaging and toxic effects of chemotherapy.
ACCESSION #
40210633

 

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