Your allergic reactions cause inflammation, which promotes cancer development
The study, led by Vijaya L Iragavarapu-Charyulu, explains that pre-existing inflammation
due to allergic reactions could put you at an increased risk of cancer
Researchers found that when your body experiences inflammation, the level of cancer biomarker “chitinase-3-like-1” (CHI3L1) is stimulated and rises in the inflamed tissue. This leads to rapid cancer growth and development in the tissue.
Iragavarapu-Charyulu explains: “The research we have done is striking in that we showed pre-existing inflammation may be one of the factors that accelerate metastasis (cancer growth) to the inflamed site.”
“We hope that this study is a fundamental building block for future studies on how other inflammatory diseases may predispose patients for increased metastasis.”
And now you’re probably wondering how Iragavarapu-Charyulu and his team made this discovery…
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To come to their findings, researchers used two groups of mice. One of which was genetically-modified so they couldn’t produce CHI3L1 glycoprotein.
The team then induced both groups of mice to become asthmatic after challenging them with breast cancer
After four weeks, researchers observed less inflammation in mice that lacked CHI3L1. They also noticed that cancerous tumours in these mice barely developed.
“This proved that CHI3L1 is an important inflammatory protein that promotes cancer and tumour
growth,” Iragavarapu-Charyulu explains.
Researchers provide you with the following simple advice: Take control of your allergies! There are a number of natural remedies you can try to calm your allergies. If they don’t work for you, I suggest consulting your doctor ASAP.
But I must warn you: Be cautious of taking over-the-counter meds for allergies such as hay fever, for they can boost your Alzheimer’s disease risk! You can read about this here.
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