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From green tea to fish oil the most popular alternative medicines

  • Street: 67 Merthyr Road
  • City: Bulmer Tye
  • State: Arizona
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Zip/Postal Code: Co10 4rl
  • İlan Tarihi: Temmuz 31, 2020 2:54 am
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New data has shown that the most popular alternative medicines, such as fish oil and ginger, can actually pose a risk to cancer patients, as they interact with conventional treatments.Research has revealed that the ten most asked about complementary medicines at Melbourne’s Peter McCallum Cancer Centre all have predicted or actual drug interactions when taken with chemotherapy, radiation or before surgery.The discovery has now reaffirmed the importance that patients who are taking alternative therapies should discuss it with their healthcare provider.Scroll down for video  Fish oil (pictured) is one alternative medicine that has been found to actually pose a risk to cancer patients when taken with conventional treatments New research has found that alternative medicines can interact with treatments like chemotherapy and pose a risk to cancer patients Green tea (pictured) can be known to interact with cancer treatment and pose a risk to patientsThe 10 most commonly inquired about products or supplements (excluding vitamins and minerals) were: fish oil, turmeric, coenzyme Q10, milk thistle, green tea, ginger, lactobacillus, licorice, astragalus and reishi mushroom.Lead researcher and Senior Pharmacist at Peter MacCallum’s Medicines Information Centre, Sally Brooks, said while levels of these substances found in a healthy diet were unlikely to cause contraindications, larger amounts in complementary medicines could.’These products may increase the effects of chemotherapy and put the patient – https://www.gov.uk/search?q=patient at risk of toxicity, or decrease the efficacy of chemotherapy,’ Ms Brooks said. The 10 most commonly inquired about products or Google.site – https://maps.google.it/url?q=https://magazinfinance.cz/magazin-o-financich/ supplements (excluding vitamins and minerals) were: fish oil, turmeric, coenzyme Q10, milk thistle (pictured), green tea, ginger, lactobacillus, licorice, astragalus and reishi mushroom. Tumeric (pictures) is one alternative medicine that can interact with treatment like radiation and pose a risk to cancer patients Alternative medicines may increase the effects of chemotherapy and put a patient at risk of toxicity, or decrease the efficacy – http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/efficacy of chemotherapy – ‘Those that contain high levels of anti-oxidants may interfere with both chemotherapy and radiation therapy.’Ms Brooks says more research is needed. ‘Every cancer type is different and every individual case is different.

What’s safe for one person may not be for another. In the meantime, we need to raise public awareness of proven and potential risks,’ she said.COSA President, Associate Professor Sandro Porceddu, said patients could wrongly assume anything ‘complementary’ must ‘complement’ conventional cancer therapies and anything natural must be safe.  Ganoderma mushroom is one alternative medicine that can pose a risk to cancer patients Health experts believe more research is needed into alternative medicines’Although some complementary therapies and medicines may benefit patients, they can also be dangerous and undermine treatment,’ he said.’Until we know more, it’s best to err on the side of caution and for patients to discuss with their healthcare provider any complementary or alternative therapies they are using or considering using, in order to minimise risk.’ 

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