A diagnosis of cancer is difficult for anyone. A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is beyond difficult. The reason? Conventional oncology has few if any therapies to offer the newly diagnosed pancreatic cancer patient. It is for this reason that pancreatic cancer patients must think outside the box. A nutritional supplement offers just that type of out-of-the-box thinking.
By combining neem extract therapy with other evidence-based anti-pancreatic cancer supplements in addition to anti-cancer lifestyle, nutrition, and mind-body therapies, the pancreatic cancer patient can turn away from “no hope” to “there are legitimate therapies for me to pursue here!”
Neem extracts exhibit the key activity of evidence-based, non-toxic, integrative cancer therapies.
- Suppression of cancer angiogenisis
- Inhibition of cell proliferation
- Cell death
- Immune enhancement
- sensitize cancer cells to immunotherapy and radiotherapy to enhance the efficacy of certain cancer chemotherapy
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“The extracts of seeds, leaves, flowers, and fruits of neem have consistently shown chemopreventive and antitumor effects in different types of cancer…
The key anticancer effects of neem components on malignant cells include inhibition of cell proliferation, induction of cell death, suppression of cancer angiogenesis, restoration of cellular reduction/oxidation (redox) balance, and enhancement of the host immune responses against tumor cells. While the underlying mechanisms of these effects are mostly unclear, the suppression of NF-κB signaling pathway is, at least partially, involved in the anticancer functions of neem components.
In addition, neem extracts sensitize cancer cells to immunotherapy and radiotherapy, and enhance the efficacy of certain cancer chemotherapeutic agents...”
“In the journal Scientific Reports, a team of biomedical scientists at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso) reports how nimbolide can stop pancreatic cancer growing and spreading without harming normal, healthy cells…
The new study, which tests nimbolide specifically on pancreatic cancer cell lines and mice, finds the compound is effective in inhibiting cancer growth and metastasis…