Papaja tee voor ovarium kanker!!! ---Papaya tea against ovarian cancer

Ovarium/ovarian cancer: Tea from papaya leaves !!
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Reported November 11, 2010

New Brew To Fight Cancer

GAINESVILLE, FL (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Once considered "quackery", alternative therapiesare slowly seeping into mainstream medicine. The proof is in the scientific pudding or, in this case, the tea. Now, a doctor is on a mission to replace chemotherapy with something a whole lot more soothing.


First you pour the water …then you add papaya leaves, then you heat it up and drink it down. If only killing cancer was as simple as sipping tea.

"I really believe there's something to it, whether or not it's going to save my life, I don't know, come and see me in five years," cancer patient Linda Michael told Ivanhoe.

She’s battling aggressive ovarian cancer, which kills 15 thousand women per year. Monthly chemo visits are just too much

"I couldn't get out of bed, I couldn't get off the couch," Michael said.

So she's adding a new treatment to the mix: tea made from papaya leaves.

"I'm doing a whole lot better than my oncologist thought I was going to do,” Michael said.

University of Florida physician Nam Dang has the science to back up Linda's new brew.

"We have found that there are components in tea extracts that actually kill cancer cells directly," Nam Dang, M.D., Ph.D, said.

Dr. Dang found exposure to papaya leaf extract slowed tumor growth in ten types of cancer cells. It also it also boosts the immune system, where traditional chemo treatments make it weaker.

"That's the excitement behind our finding that we might have a drug that can do several things in fighting cancer," Dr. Dang said.

"Western medicine saved my life, I can't say anything bad about it, but chemo is tough stuff," Michael said.

With science on her side, Linda's now cooking-up her own combo of old-and-new treatments. If Dr. Dang’s trial results are the same in both humans and animals, he’ll try to develop an actual cancer drug from the extract.