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Anticancer and antiproliferative properties of food-derived protein hydrolysates and peptides
Journal of food bioactives : an official scientific publication of the International Society of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods (ISNFF)
Cancers of all types are among the four main non-communicable diseases, a category of diseases responsible for 38 million yearly deaths worldwide. Although various medical procedures including surgery, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, stem cell transplant and chemotherapy have been used for decades in the treatment and control of cancer, current survival rates suggest that more definitive and effective treatment strategies are warranted. This work provides a succinct summarydoi:10.31665/jfb.2019.7194 fatcat:raagfbv22je6tlzmm6k3anqq4e