Cancer: Reducing Risk
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Promising Breast Cancer Research
Bio-Botanica’s Puresterol® (patent pending) was the actual product used in a recent research study which showed the phytoestrogens in Puresterol were able to inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells, in vitro. Scientists are now investigating the properties of the Pueraria mirifica plant. Researchers in the UK have been studying it and miroestrol, its principal component, since the 1940s; it was prominently featured in the December 3, 1960, edition of Nature. More recently, Pueraria mirifica has been shown to be a promising hormone and support herb for menopausal women. It has also been found that Pueraria mirifica may support estrogen receptors found in cells, without negatively affecting other cells. Bio-Botanica Inc., www.Bio-Botanica.com NS