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[Despite costly and time-consuming medical and pharmaceutical research and some promising developments the cancer storm is still blowing and threatening people’s life around the world. There remain numerous challenges with medical diagnosis and treatment approaches, and pharmaceutical faults in...
[Traditional herbal remedies are one of the frequently used categories of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) among cancer patients. The aim of this chapter is to review popular medicinal plants used in traditional medicine of different areas for the management of cancer, and...
[Huge number of taxonomically diverse creatures live in oceans and produce structurally various types of metabolites. Because of such an ample resource and successful experiences in delivering potent therapeutics to the market, the scope of marine pharmaceuticals is now very wide. Particularly,...
[Cancer chemotherapy is indeed indebted to microorganisms and their products, antibiotics. Since the discovery of the first antibiotic with anticancer properties, a lot of research has been focused on isolation, modification, partial or total synthesis, as well as uncovering the mechanism of...
[Terpenoids are a class of secondary metabolites with immense variety of structures and biological activity. They are divided into some groups including monoterpenoids, sesquiterpenoids, diterpenoids, sesterterpenoids, triterpenoids and tetraterpenoids. Among them, there are some compounds with...
[Using natural medicines containing carbohydrates has been valued from ancient times for therapeutic reasons including anticancer activity. In recent years, new natural carbohydrates (mostly polysaccharides and polysaccharide-protein complexes) from herbal, fungal, animal and algal sources have...
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