What Type of Cancer Has Papaya Leaf Shown to Affect?

Sheikh Fauziya in his paper, “Papaya: Source for Anticancer”, created a summary of the types of cancer lines studied so far that papaya leaf has shown to affect:

Stomach Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Colon Cancer
Ovarian Cancer
Lymphoma Cancer
Breast Cancer
Neuroblastoma Cancer
Uterine Cancer
Leukemia Cancer
Cervical Cancer
Hepatocellular Cancer

-CIBTech Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences ISSN: 2319–3891 (Online)
An Online International Journal Available at http://www.cibtech.org/cjps.htm 2013 Vol.2 (1) January-March, pp.25-34/Sheikh and Krishnamurthy
Review Article
PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA): SOURCE MATERIAL FOR ANTICANCER
*Sheikh Fauziya and R Krishnamurthy
CG Bhakta Institute of Biotechnology, Uka Tarsadia University, Maliba Campus Bardoli, Dist. Surat, Gujarat, India-394350
*Author for Correspondence

http://www.cibtech.org/J-Pharmaceutical-Sciences/PUBLICATIONS/2013/Vol-2-No-1/05-008…Krishnamurthy…Papaya…Anticancer…25-33.pdf

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Nine Dengue Patients Observed Recovered With Papaya Leaf

A test of the effect of papaya leaf on nine patients with Dengue Fever was published in India last Spring:

“In the present study we found the therapeutic potential of papaya leaf extract (PLE) in curing dengue infection by increasing platelet and WBC counts respectively. Ultrasonographic findings, blood reports, statistical analysis and patient’s recovery from dengue infection further supported the culinary effect of papaya leaf extract (PLE) in dengue patients. The nontoxic nature of PLE also supports its use as natural herbal remedy for dengue infection. An earlier study categorized Carica papaya leaf as non toxic (LD50 >15g per Kg body weight) (Kardono et al., 2003).”

-International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology
THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF CARICA PAPAYA L. LEAF EXTRACT IN TREATMENT OF DENGUE PATIENTS
C.V.M. Naresh Kumar1,2, V. Taranath1, A. Venkatamuni3 , R. Vishnu Vardhan4, Y. Siva Prasad1, U. Ravi3 and D.V.R. Sai Gopal1,2*
1Department of Virology, College of Sciences, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati -517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India
2Department of Science and Technology-Promotion of University Research and Scientific Excellence Centre (DST-PURSE CENTRE), Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati -517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 3Vishnu Sri Hospital, Korlagunta Main Road, Tirupati -517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 4Department of Statistics, Pondicherry University, Puducherry – 14, India *Corresponding author Email: profdvrsaigopal@gmail.com

http://www.ijabpt.org/applied-biology/therapeutic-potential-of-carica-papaya-l-leaf-extract-in-treatment-ofdengue-patients.pdf