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Health Benefits Of Curry Powder: Curcumin May Defeat Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
The chemical in turmeric that gives the root its distinctive yellow color and spicy, bitter flavor may also help treat drug-resistant tuberculosis, according to a new study published in Respirology. Tuberculosis (TB) that's resistant to most ... [...]
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Drugs 'promising' for treating drug-resistant prostate cancer
In a study on mice done by researchers at the London-based Institute of Cancer Research, Hsp90 inhibitors were found to strip cancer cells of defences against hormone treatments, which makes the drugs particularly promising for treating drug-resistant ... [...]
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Turmeric may help fight drug-resistant tuberculosis
"The protective role of curcumin to fight drug-resistant tuberculosis still needs confirmation, but if validated, curcumin may become a novel treatment to modulate the host immune response to overcome drug-resistant tuberculosis," said Xiyuan, lead ... [...]
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Turmeric – The new genie to overcome drug-resistant TB
According to the findings of a new study, curcumin, the key ingredient of turmeric can successfully remove Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative bacterium of tuberculosis. While the Indian herb is already famous for its numerous health benefits it ... [...]
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Curcumin may help overcome drug-resistant tuberculosis
New research indicates that curcumin--a substance in turmeric that is best known as one of the main components of curry powder--may help fight drug-resistant tuberculosis. In Asia, turmeric is used to treat many health conditions and it has anti ... [...]
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Benefits Of Turmeric: It May Help Control Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
According to the researchers, a chemical called curcumin can help tackle drug-resistant tuberculosis. Curcumin is a chemical that naturally occurs in turmeric and is known to possess anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. In addition, it is a ... [...]
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Drug-resistant bug Klebsiella causes worry
A bug that doctors until about three years ago treated with moderate-class antibiotics is now causing worry in intensive care units of hospitals across the country. Doctors report that third-generation antibiotics — carbapanems — are failing to treat ... [...]
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