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Polyphenols in red wine may halt prostate cancer growth

01/06/2010

Scientists now know exactly why polyphenols in red wine and green tea inhibit cancer growth.

Scientists now know exactly why polyphenols in red wine and green tea inhibit cancer growth. New research results indicate how antioxidants in red wine and green tea produce a combined effect to disrupt an important cell signalling pathway necessary for prostate cancer growth. This finding is important because it may lead to the development of drugs that could stop or slow cancer progression or improve current treatments.

Brizuela L, Dayon A, Doumerc N, et al. The sphingosine kinase-1 survival pathway is a molecular target
for the tumor-suppressive tea and wine polyphenols in prostate cancer. Faseb J 2010 [epub ahead of
print].
 

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