Scientists may have found a herbal remedy for the treatment of thyroid cancer with no side effect, according to studies.
Thyroid cancer is a chronic and medical condition characterized by irregular cell growth in the thyroid gland due to the alternation of cell DNA.
Most cases of thyroid cancer start in the cells on the surface of the inner lining of the gland, affecting the thyroid function in hormone production in the early stage.
About 45% of thyroid cancer is found in the population over the age of 45. According to the statistic, approximately over 53,000 adults in the United States are diagnosed with thyroid cancer every year.
In other words, the risk of thyroid cancer is about 4% a year, according to the data from 2005 to 2014. Overall, the 5-year survival rate for people with thyroid cancer is 98%.
Researchers on finding a natural chemo compound for the treatment of thyroid cancer examined the antithyroid cancer activity of the sesquiterpene lactone cynaropicrin, a major constituent of the artichoke leaves extracts.
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(1)Antiproliferative effects of cynaropicrin on anaplastic thyroid cancer cells by Lepore SM1, Maggisano V1, Lombardo GE1, Maiuolo J1, Mollace V1, Bulotta S1, Russo D1, Celano M. (PubMed)
(2) Thyroid cancer gender disparity by Reza Rahbari,1 Lisa Zhang,1 and Electron Kebebew. (PMC)