We have written extensively about the positive health benefits of curcumin. One of the most interesting areas of research with curcumin is cancer research.
A new study looked at the effects of curcumin on a line of colon cancer cells. What they found was a dose dependent response to curcumin and apoptosis.
Curcumin was able to down regulate mechanisms in the cells that cause proliferation.
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