Plant extracts show effect in chronic prostatitis

Tennant, Scott
April 2001
Urology Times;Apr2001, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p7
Reports the efficacy of quercetin, a phytotherapeutic agent in treating chronic prostatitis in Arlington, Virginia. Pros and cons of phytotherapy; Mechanism of action for quercetin; Decline of the 8-alpha isopostane.


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