The result was Gleevac accelerated approval in the U.S. For the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia and has quickly of cancer treatment of cancer treatment, according to Smith.
The study is timely especially because recent surveys that use has alternative supplements like St. John's wort the past decade the last ten years, showing especially cancer patients, Smith said. Approximately one third to one half of all cancer patients use some type of alternative supplements, such as vitamins and herbal products, according to the study. We found that St. John's wort can significantly reduce the effect of Gleevec by lowering blood levels up to the point , patients treatment treatment if they take both together, Smith said.Pulliam endorses continuous research to macrophage as a barometer of which health immune.
The trial was in the 23rd April edition of magazine AIDS published.
Co-authors of this study were Bing Thu, UCSF postdoctoral associate on Laboratory Medicine, and Hans Rempel, scientists, Northern Californian Institute of Education and Research.