Pharmacologically Active Natural Compounds for Lung Cancer

LUNGS -- Cancer
HERBS -- Therapeutic use
BOTANY, Medical
BOTANICAL drug industry
CANCER -- Treatment
ALKYLATING agents
DNA topoisomerases

Abstract:This article consists of an analysis of the available scientific research on botanically derived compounds that have potential efficacy in the treatment of lung cancer. The mechanisms of activity reviewed include alkylating agents, topoisomerase poisons, DNA synthesis inhibitors, protein synthesis inhibitors, immunoceuticals, and lipoxygenase inhibitors. Selection criteria include: (1) products whose activity have at least minimal scientific confirmation - preclinical (in vitro, in vivo) or clinical; (2) products with a well-defined chemical composition; or (3) products with a well-known or scientifically plausible mechanism of activity.

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