Antioxidants during Chemotherapy: Clinical Perspective

 

Selected References:

 

 

Brown J, Byers T, Thompson K, Eldridge B, Doyle C, Williams AM. Nutrition during and after cancer treatment: A guide for informed choices by cancer survivors. A Nutritional Guide for Cancer Survivors.CA A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. 2001; 51: 153-181.

 

Eisenberg DM. Advising patients who seek alternative medical therapies.Ann Intern Med 1997;127:61-69.

 

Labriola D and Livingston,R. Possible interactions between dietary antioxidants and chemotherapy.Oncology 1999;13:1003-1008.

 

Lamson DW, Brignall MS. Antioxidants in cancer therapy: Their actions and interactions with oncologic therapies. Altern Med Rev 1999;4:304-329.

 

Thompson C, Diekman C, Fragakis AS, Meerschaert C, Holler H, Devlin C. Guidelines regarding the recommendation and sale of dietary supplements. JADA. 2002;102:1158-1164.

 

Moller P and Loft S.Oxidative DNA damage in human white blood cells in dietary antioxidant intervention studies. Am J Clin Nutr. 2002;76:303-310.

 

Prasad KN, Kumur A, Kochupillai V, Cole WC.High doses of multiple antioxidant vitamins: Essential ingredients in improving the efficacy of standard cancer therapy.J Am Coll Nutr 1999;18:3-25.

 

Richardson MA, White JD.Complementary/alternative medicine and cancer research.Cancer Pract2000;8:45-48.

 

Rollnik S, Mason P, Butler C.Health Behavior Change: A Guide to Practioners.Churchill Livingstone, NY. 1999

 

Shapirio AC, Reddan J, Winters B, Hamilton K. Guidelines for responsible nutrition counseling on complementary and alternative medicine.Nutrition Today 2001;36: 291-291.

 

Winters, BL, Mitchell DC, Grosvenor M, Blackburn G, Smiciklas-Wright H, Wynder E.Nontraditional dietary supplement (NTS) use in the Womenís Intervention Nutrition Study (WINS). FASEB Journal 1999; 13: A220.12.

 


 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND LINKS:

Examining the Science Behind the Supplements
Office of Dietary Supplements

http://dietary-supplements.info.nih.gov/

IBIDS and CARDS

http://ods.od.nih.gov/databases/databases.html

Consumer Information on Dietary Supplements

http://ods.od.nih.gov/links/links_consumer.html

Continuing Education and Other Courses of Interest Details on ODS Web site

The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs
The American Botanical Council

National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine
U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)
1-888-644-6226

 

United States Pharmacopia (USP) already has standards for vitamins, minerals and botanicals.

http://www.usp.org

 

ADA Nutrition in Complementary Care NCC Practice Group

http://www.complementarynutrition.org

American Cancer Society - An extensive discussion of Complementary and Alternative Therapies.
1-800-ACS-2345

ADA/APhA Special Report. From the Joint Working Group on Dietary Supplements. A Healthcare Professionalís Guide to Evaluation Dietary Supplements.

http://www.eatright.com/members/career/supplguide.html

 

Cancer Information Service of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)

SELECTED BOOKS

American Institute of Cancer. Dietary Phytochemicals in Cancer Prevention & Treatment, New York, Plenum Press, l996.

Blumenthal, Mark (ed). The Complete German Commission E monographs: Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines. American Botanical Council. (Government sponsored review of over 300 herbs.)

Blumenthal, Mark (ed). The Expanded German Commission E monographs: Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines. American Botanical Council. (Provides an in-depth review of 100 of the top herbs.)

Blumenthal M, et al. The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs. American Botanical Council. 2002.To order (512) 926-4900.

Sarubin Fragakis, A. The Health Professionalís Guide to Popular Dietary Supplements, 2002. American Dietetic Association. To order from ADA: 1-800 877-1600 ext 5000.

DeBusk RM. Genetics: The Nutrition Connection.Chicago, IL: American Dietetics Association; 2002.