The Role of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Anticancer Therapy

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The Role of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Anticancer Therapy

As everyone knows, one of the diseases that threatens human life is cancer. Annually, there are about 1.5 million people dying of cancers, and the number is increasing. With the changes of the way of life and social environment, the incidence of cancers has been rising in recent years, and more and more young people are likely to develop cancer, such as mammary and colorectal cancers. In order to extend the life of the patients, cancers should be treated timely and effectively. Nowadays, many doctors treat cancers with surgery procedure, intervention treatment chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and so on. However, none of these approaches is ideal. Although chemical approach kills cancer cells validly, normal cells, such as immune B cells and immunological memory T cells are also killed at the same time. Therefore, the immunity and the physical quality of cancerous person fall seriously due to the side effects of anti-cancer drugs. In other words, cancer patients are more easily infected with other diseases. So, cancer patients’ condition will deteriorate further. Undoubtedly, cancer is more likely to drag down the body, and this will greatly shorten the life of the patients with cancer. On this account, we have to turn to use the theory of traditional Chinese medicine to treat cancers.

Citation: Guo L, Zhao C, Liu C, Wang R (2015) The Role of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Anticancer Therapy. Med Aromat Plants 4:e156. doi:10.4172/2167-0412.1000e156

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