Ginger is used in the treatment of ovarian cancer, such as chili pepper extract in the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Dr. Rebecca Liu, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA, and his team. They do research on ginger powder dissolved and given to ovarian cancer cells.

Helath Medicals, Monday (3/29/2011), the study showed evidence that a variety of hot spicy food or useful in inhibiting cancer growth. This research is still the first step. Ginger can kill cancer cells by two-way, the destruction process called apoptosis and autophagy.

Dr Rebecca states, many cancer patients experiencing resistance to standard chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is the process of apoptosis. Ginger has the ability to eat the cell (autophagy) in order to help those who are resistant to chemotherapy. American Cancer Society, ovarian cancer reported to have killed 16 thousand from 22 thousand U.S. women.

Ginger is able to control inflammation ovarian cancer cell growth. Another study, conducted experiments with rats given capsaicin (a substance in chili peppers). Sanjay Srivastava from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA, found capsaicin can kill pancreatic cancer cells.


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