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New research highlights the profound effect of the microcirculation on women's vulnerability to ischemia during psychological stress.Medscape Medical News
Abstract The development of resistance toward current cancer therapy modalities is an ongoing challenge in gynecological cancers, especially ovarian and cervical malignancies that require further investigations in the context of drug- and irradiation-induced resistance. In this regard, curcumin has demonstrated beneficial and highly pleiotropic actions and increased the therapeutic efficiency of radiochemotherapy. The antiproliferative, anti-metastatic, anti-angiogenic, and anti-inflammatory effects of curcumin have been extensively reported in the literature, and it could also act as a chemopreventive agent which...