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Title: Natural products for cancer prevention: a global perspective.
Odhav, Bharti 
Bhoola, KD 
Keywords: cancer prevention;natural products;plants;anticancer;chemoprotection
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Elsevier
Source: Reddy, L., Odhav, B. & Bhoola, K.D. 2003. Natural products for cancer prevention: a global perspective. Pharmacology & therapeutics, 99(1):1-13.
Abstract: The control of cancer, the second leading cause of death worldwide, may benefit from the potential that resides in alternative therapies. The primary carcinogens stem from a variety of agricultural, industrial, and dietary factors. Conventional therapies cause serious side effects and, at best, merely extend the patient's lifespan by a few years. There is thus the need to utilise alternative concepts or approaches to the prevention of cancer. This review focuses on the many natural products that have been implicated in cancer prevention and that promote human health without recognisable side effects. These molecules originate from vegetables, fruits, plant extracts, and herbs.
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