Radiation dermatitis is skin damage caused by exposure to radiation. The condition is often found in patients with radiotherapy for the treatment of cancer.
malnutrition, infectious diseases, and diabetes are more prone to radiation dermatitis, compared to those who do not.
However, curcumin group showed an improvement in fewer patients with RDS > 3.0.
In other words, oral curcumin exerted a prominent effect in inducing a trend toward reduced severity compared to the non-curcumin treated group.
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(1) Turmeric: A condiment, cosmetic and cure by Gopinath H1, Karthikeyan K. (PubMed)
(2) Oral curcumin for radiation dermatitis: a URCC NCORP study of 686 breast cancer patients by Ryan Wolf J1,2,3, Heckler CE4,5, Guido JJ4,5, Peoples AR4, Gewandter JS6, Ling M7, Vinciguerra VP8, Anderson T9, Evans L10, Wade J11, Pentland AP12, Morrow GR. (PubMed)
(3) Correlation between anthropometric parameters and acute skin toxicity in breast cancer radiotherapy patients: a pilot assessment study by Benoîte Méry, MD,1 Alexis Vallard, MD,2 Jane-Chloé Trone, MD,2 Cécile Pacaut, MD,1Jean-Baptiste Guy, MD,2 Sophie Espenel, MD,2 Julien Langrand-Escure, MD,2 Edouard Ollier, MD,3 Guoping Wang, MD,1 Peng Diao, MD,2 Lise Bigot,2 Sylvie Mengue Ndong, MD,2Claire Bosacki, MD,1 Majed Ben Mrad, MD,2 and Nicolas Magné, MD, PhD. (PMC)