Tea as a Biochemical Modulator in Cancer Chemotherapy: Augmentation of Antitumor Effect and Modulation of Multidrug Resistance.

Cancer is one of the most devastating diseases, affecting millions of people worldwide. Chemotherapy is one of the most commonly used treatments for cancer, but it has several limitations, including multidrug resistance and toxicity to normal cells. Thus, there is a need to identify and develop adjunct therapies that can enhance the efficacy of chemotherapy […]

Effects of Tea on Malignant Tumors in Experimental Studies

Tea has been a popular beverage for centuries and is consumed by people around the world. Apart from being a refreshing drink, tea is also known for its medicinal properties. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the potential health benefits of tea, particularly in the prevention and treatment of cancer. In […]

The Effects of Tea and its Constituents on Benign Tumors and Related Lesions in Skin and Carcinogenesis

Tea has been consumed for centuries due to its numerous health benefits. Among these benefits, tea has been found to have a protective effect against the development of various types of cancer, including skin cancer. In this article, we will discuss the effects of tea and its constituents on benign tumors and related lesions in […]

Tea Extract and Components as Cytotoxic Agents for Cancer Cells: In Vitro Studies

Tea has been enjoyed as a beverage for thousands of years, and recent studies have shown that tea and its extracts may have potential as a treatment for cancer. In vitro studies have demonstrated that tea extract and its components have cytotoxic effects on cancer cells, making them promising candidates for further investigation. Tea, particularly […]