Green tea extracts could prevent the human leukemia
Recent study showed that green tea extracts prevent human leukemia.
According to the study published in the journal "Clinical Oncology", the patients who ate a large quantity of the extracts reduced the size of their lymph glands indurate by 50 percent.
The newspaper "Daily Mail" on Wednesday 3/6/2009, scientists hope to manufacture drugs from green tea extracts to combat this disease in future.
Through clinical trials has been given 8 doses to patients suffering from lymphoma of commercial green tea extracts, known as the "Polyphenon E", which contains the strong material which considers as anti-oxidation, it was found that the proportion of white blood cells had decreased to a level where one third of these would mean a significant drop in cancer.
In this context, "Dr. Tate Canavilt of the" Mayo Clinic "in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S., who led the research team," said: We found that patients not only take high doses of green tea extracts, but many of them saw a decline in the level of incidence of tumors of the chronic lymph glands.
He stressed that most of the people who participated in the study and were suffering from inflation in their lymph have seen a reduction in the limits of fifty percent.