Investigating antitumorigenic effects of Vaccinium arctostaphylos on colorectal cancer cells

Fatemeh Karami; Mahsa Shahnazari; Asa Ebrahimi; Mahmood Khosrowchahli

Volume 5, Issue 2 , June 2022, , Pages 15-19

        Anticancer and anti-inflammatory effects of American and European Cranberries have been previously shown on different cancer cells. Owing to the limited evidence on growth conditions and anticancer potentials of the Iranian Vaccinium genus, Vaccinium arctostaphylos, it was aimed ...  Read More

Association of fast food intake and high-grade brain tumors: Primary evidence among a subset of Iranian patients

Fatemeh Karami; Marjan Ghodsi; Mohammad Shahmohammadi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 42-45

  Human brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer induced death owing to the late diagnosis in higher grades and failure to be successfully controlled. Determining the main risk factors toward higher grades of the tumor can dramatically decrease the mortality rate of benign brain tumor patients. The ...  Read More

Genetically modified foods: Pros and cons for human health

Fatemeh Karami; Peyman Mahasti Shotorbani

Volume 1, Issue 2 , June 2018, , Pages 18-23

  Genetically modified foods (GM foods) have revolutionized the agricultural industry towards more proficient farming in every geographical region of the world. The major tasks of this GM food technology could be summarized in four points including increase in food products, more convenient food processing, ...  Read More