In a new study published in The International Journal of Oncology the findings of a preclinical study clearly delineated the molecular mechanism underlying the apoptogenic effect of the non-toxic homeopathic remedy, sulphur, in non-small cell lung carcinoma cells.
Sulphur alters NF ?B-p300 cross-talk in favour of p53-p300 to induce apoptosis in non-small cell lung carcinoma
In the search for new medicines devoid of the toxic side effects associated with conventional chemotherapy, this study adds to the growing body of knowledge (1) (2) (3) that outlines the potential of homeopathic medicines to have a role in the treatment of patients suffering various forms of carcinoma.
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