Cancer

 

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General Cancer Studies

GREEN TEA

Green Tea Eliminates Immortality of Cancer Cells→

EGCG, Green tea polyphenols and their synthetic analogs and prodrugs for human cancer prevention and treatment→

Green tea and its polyphenolic catechins: medicinal uses in cancer and noncancer applications→

Medicinal benefits of green tea: Part II. review of anticancer properties→

Tea flavan-3-ols as modulating factors in endoplasmic reticulum function→

Novel epigallocatechin gallate analogs as potential anticancer agents→

TEA IN GENERAL

National Cancer Institute – Tea and Cancer Prevention: Strengths and Limits of the Evidence→

Molecular and Cellular Targets and Tea Cancer Treatment→

Tea polyphenols for health promotion→

Polyphenols as cancer chemopreventive agents→

Tea or coffee? A case study on evidence for dietary advice→

Effect of black and green tea polyphenols on c-jun phosphorylation and H(2)O(2) production in transformed and non-transformed human bronchial cell lines: Possible mechanisms of cell growth inhibition and apoptosis induction→

Inhibition of carcinogenesis by tea constituents→

L-theanine intervention enhances human gammadelta T lymphocyte function→

Blood and Bone Cancer

GREEN TEA Consumption and Hematologic Malignancies→

GREEN TEA polyphenol epigallocatechin inhibits DNA replication and consequently induces leukemia cell apoptosis→

Breast Cancer

GREEN TEA EGCG down-regulates telomerase in human breast carcinoma→

GREEN TEA catechin intervention of reactive oxygen species-mediated ERK pathway activation and chronically induced breast cell carcinogenesis→

GREEN TEA compounds in breast cancer prevention and treatment→

The combination of GREEN TEA and tamoxifen is effective against breast cancer→

Consumption of TEA IN GENERAL and Risk of Breast Cancer→

Exercise, Consumption of TEA IN GENERAL, and Depression Among Breast Cancer Survivors→

Cervical Cancer

Dietary polyphenolic phytochemicals – Promising cancer chemopreventive agents in humans? A review of the clinical properties of TEA IN GENERAL

Colon Cancer

GREEN TEA consumption and colorectal cancer risk→

GREEN TEA Consumption and Gastric Cancer Risk→

GREEN TEA, BLACK TEA and colorectal cancer risk→

Molecular mechanisms of chemopreventive phytochemicals in TEA IN GENERAL against gastroenterological cancer development→

Plasma polyphenols from TEA IN GENERAL and gastric cancer risk: A case-control study nested in a large population-based prospective study in Japan→

Dietary flavonoid intake from TEA IN GENERAL and colorectal cancer: A case-control study→

Urinary biomarkers of polyphenols from TEA IN GENERAL and risk of colorectal cancer in the Shanghai Cohort Study→

GREEN TEA and BLACK TEA consumption in relation to colorectal cancer risk: The Singapore Chinese Health Study→

Esophageal Cancer

WARNING: Drinking habits of TEA IN GENERAL and esophageal cancer in a high risk area in northern Iran: Population based case-controlled study→

Kidney Cancer

Intakes of coffee, TEA IN GENERAL, milk, soda and juice and renal cell cancer in a pooled analysis of 13 prospective studies→

Lung and Mouth Cancer

Potent suppressive effect of GREEN TEA polyphenols on tobacco-induced mutagenicity→

Molecular and cellular effects of GREEN TEA on oral cells of smokers→

Modification of lung cancer susceptibility by GREEN TEA extract as measured by the comet assay→

Inhibition of tobacco-specific nitrosamine-induced lung tumorigenesis in A/J mice by GREEN TEA and its major polyphenol as antioxidants→

BLACK TEA prevents cigarette smoke-induced apoptosis and lung damage→

The prevention of lung cancer induced by a tobacco-specific carcinogen in rodents by GREEN and BLACK TEA

from GREEN and BLACK TEA consumption and risk of lung cancer: A meta-analysis→

Dietary flavonoid from TEA IN GENERAL intake and lung cancer: A population-based case-control study 1→

Dietary flavonoid from TEA IN GENERAL intake and lung cancer: A population-based case-control study 2→

Dietary flavonoid from TEA IN GENERAL intake and lung cancer: A population-based case-control study 3→

Ovarian Cancer

Consumption of BLACK TEA or coffee and risk of ovarian cancer→

Coffee, TEA IN GENERAL, colas, and risk of epithelial ovarian cancer: Green Tea Reduces Risk→

A prospective study of dietary flavonoid intake from TEA IN GENERAL and incidence of epithelial ovarian cancer→

TEA IN GENERALand coffee drinking and ovarian cancer risk: Results from the Netherlands Cohort Study and a meta-analysis→

Prostate Cancer

GREEN TEA polyphenols causes cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in prostate cancer cells→

GREEN TEA polyphenols for prostate cancer chemoprevention→

New Insights Into the Mechanisms of GREEN TEA Catechins in the Chemoprevention of Prostate Cancer→

GREEN TEA: Diet and prostate cancer risk reduction→

Dietary Flavonoid Intake, BLACK TEA Consumption, and Risk of Overall and Advanced Stage Prostate Cancer→

Dietary polyphenolic phytochemicals – Promising cancer chemopreventive agents in humans? A review of the clinical properties of TEA IN GENERAL

TEA IN GENERAL in chemoprevention and chemotherapy of prostate cancer→

Skin Cancer

GREEN TEA Polyphenols Provide Photoprotection, Increase Microcirculation, and Modulate Skin Properties→

GREEN TEA polyphenol (–)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate treatment of human skin inhibits ultraviolet radiation-induced oxidative stress→

GREEN TEA and skin cancer: photoimmunology, angiogenesis and DNA repair→

GREEN TEA polyphenolic antioxidants and skin photoprotection→

GREEN TEA polyphenols: DNA photodamage and photoimmunology→

GREEN TEA protects against psoralen plus ultraviolet A-induced photochemical damage to skin→

Polyphenolic antioxidant (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate from GREEN TEA reduces UVB-induced inflammatory responses and infiltration of leukocytes in human skin→

Protection against ultraviolet B radiation-induced effects in the skin of SKH-1 hairless mice by a polyphenolic fraction isolated from GREEN TEA

Protection against ultraviolet-B radiation-induced local and systemic suppression of contact hypersensitivity and edema responses in C3H/HeN mice by GREEN TEA polyphenols→

Treatment of GREEN TEA polyphenols in hydrophilic cream prevents UVB-induced oxidation of lipids and proteins, depletion of antioxidant enzymes and phosphorylation of MAPK proteins in SKH-1 hairless mouse skin→

Skin photoprotection by GREEN TEA: Antioxidant and immunomodulatory effects→

Inhibitory effect of BLACK TEA on the growth of established skin tumors→

Photoprotective effect of BLACK TEA extracts against UVB-induced phototoxicity in skin→

Consumption of TEA IN GENERAL and basal cell and squamous cell skin cancer: Results of a case-control study→

Uterine Cancer

Interaction of Soy Food and Consumption of TEA IN GENERAL with CYP19A1 Genetic Polymorphisms in the Development of Endometrial Cancer→

Higher regular consumption of TEA IN GENERAL is associated with reduced endometrial cancer risk→

Consumption of TEA IN GENERAL and risk of endometrial cancer: A metaanalysis→

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