taken from green tea reduces cancer
cells in the blood of patients
with a form of leukaemia and may slow progression
of the disease, a conference will hear.
at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in America
have found that patients in the early stages
of the most common form of leukaemia may
respond well to taken supplements of a green
epigallocatechin galeate (EGCG), was found
more than two thirds of 42 patients in the
trial showed a significant reduction in
the number of leukaemia cells in their blood
or other signs the cancer was not spreading.
to be presented Monday at the annual meeting
of the American Society of Clinical Oncology