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A medical nutriment has supportive value in the treatment of colorectal cancer

F. Jakab et al.

MSC (Avemar) is a medical nutriment of which preclinical and observational clinical studies suggested an antimetastatic activity with no toxicity.

A fermented wheat germ extract (code name: MSC; brand name: Avemar), standardised to methoxy-substituted benzoqui- nones and registered in Hungary in the year 2002 as medical nutriment (reg. no. 503), has recently been shown to induce apoptosis, to inhibit carbon flow to nucleic acid synthesis (Boros et al, 2001; Com ́ın-Anduix et al, 2002) and to induce major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I proteins’ downregulation (Fajka-Boja et al, 2002) in tumour cells. It has also been published that the extract strongly inhibited the development of azoxymethane-induced colon cancer in rats (Zalatnai et al, 2001).

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