A REVIEW ON ANTICANCER SOURCES FROM AQUATIC ORGANISMS | ¬†UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Cancer is becoming more prevalent at an alarming rate these days. Cancer cells can be controlled using a variety of treatment procedures, including chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. Chemotherapy, which utilises chemicals to inhibit cancer growth and, as a result, has a number of negative effects on normal cells. Natural substances are gaining popularity in cancer research as a replacement for or enhancer of pharmaceuticals used in chemotherapy. This article will provide a quick overview of the recently discovered anticancer activities of aquatic species or chemicals.

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INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROBIOTIC MICROBIOTA ON CANCER | Asian Journal of Advances in Medical Science

Cancer is one of the most terrible and important diseases in medicine, and it continues to be one of the leading causes of illness and death. However, the safety and efficacy of traditional chemotherapeutic medications and artificial agents used to treat cancer are questioned these days. These mediators have a negative impact on patients’ quality of life and are occasionally responsible for the progression of drug resistance. They are also ineffective for the vast majority of patients. As a result, the probiotic microbiota can be used to effectively manage cancer in the clinic. An imbalance in the gut microbiota promotes carcinogenesis via a variety of mechanisms, including inflammation, carcinogen initiation, and tumorigenic pathways. Probiotics’ role in cancer has been supported by in vivo and molecular investigations. Live microorganisms or microbial components that have a beneficial effect on the host are known as probiotic agents. They exert their influence through interacting with the host’s immunological system. Some of this effect is regional, while others boost the overall bodily system. Probiotic bacteria are live microorganisms that, when given in sufficient proportions, provide a healthful benefit to the host, and have been studied for their anti-tumor properties. In the relationship between gut microbiota and cancer progression, this review focuses on the role of probiotic bacteria as an alternative for cancer prevention and treatment.

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