3,3'-Diindolylmethane or DIM may have a profound and positive effect in reducing risk and treatment of colon cancer, according to studies.
Colon cancer is a chronic condition caused by irregular cell growth in the tissue of the colon.
Most cases of colon cancer start in the cells on the surface of the inner lining of the colon tissue. It is one of most slow-growing cancer that takes years to develop. Therefore, most patients in the early stage of cancer do not experience any symptoms.
However, at the advanced stage, cancer can cause severe rectal bleeding and persistent abdominal pain due to the larger size tumor that has pressed on the nearby nerve cells and blood vessels.
According to the statistics, the risk of CRC increases with age; the median age at diagnosis for colon cancer is 68 in men and 72 in women.
The data of colon provided by CDC showed that every year, 97,000 new cases of colon cancer are diagnosed.
Besides sharing the common symptoms with other types of cancer such as unintended weight loss, loss of appetite, persistent fatigue, and tiredness, patients with colon cancer may also experience symptoms of change of bowel movement, rectal bleeding and persistent abdominal discomforts, such as cramps, gas or pain.
If you experience some of the above symptoms, please make sure you check with your doctor to rule out the possibility.
Although there are many risk factors involved the onset of colon cancer, some researchers suggested aging may be one of the most prevalent risks.
Donna Myers on the examination of the time that needed for a polyp or growth of tissue in the lining to cancer and the percentage of colon cancer cases in people age 50 or older, said, " By the time colorectal cancer is diagnosed, it has often been growing for several years, first as a non-cancerous polyp and later as cancer. Research indicates that by age 50, one out of four people has polyps".
Researchers on finding the natural compounds for the treatment of colon cancer examined the two anti-cancer agents (doxycycline or 3,3'-diindolylmethane) on HCT-116 and HT-29 colon cancer cell lines.
Apoptosis in the normal mucosa was significantly increased by SU 320 ppm and slightly increased by DIM and CUR with or without SU.
Taken altogether, DIM used alone or combined with another bioactive compound may be considered a supplement for the prevention and comn=bined with primary medicine for the treatment of colon cancer, pending to the confirmation of larger sample size and multicenter human study.
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(1) [Treatment with anti-cancer agents results in profound changes in lncRNA expression in colon cancer cells].[Article in Russian] by Zinovieva OL1, Grineva EN1, Prokofjeva MM1, Karpov DS1, Krasnov GS1, Prassolov VS1, Mashkova TD1, Lisitsyn NA. (PubMed)
(2) Sulindac, 3,3'-diindolylmethane and curcumin reduce carcinogenesis in the Pirc rat, an Apc-driven model of colon carcinogenesis by Femia AP1, Soares PV2, Luceri C3, Lodovici M4, Giannini A5, Caderni G. (PubMed)
(3) The Link Between Age and Colorectal Cancer Risk by Donna Myers