There were many studies, articles and books Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger used when writing The Dog Cancer Survival Guide. Here is a list of the most important references about the use of garlic.
Please note that in vivo and clinical use citations were included whenever possible. We have also included links to the papers, where available. Most of the papers are found on the National Institute of Health’s online library, PubMed.
Possible mechanism by which allyl sulfides suppress neoplastic cell proliferation. Knowles LM, Milner JA. J Nutr. 2001 Mar;131(3s):1061S-6S.
Reversal of P-glycoprotein-mediated multidrug resistance by diallyl sulfide in K562 leukemic cells and in mouse liver. Arora A, Seth K and Shukla Y. Carcinogenesis. 2004 Jun;25(6):941-9. Epub 2004 Jan 16.
Antiproliferative effects of allium derivatives from garlic. Pinto JT and Rivlin RS. J Nutr. 001 Mar;131(3s):1058S-60S.
Garlic and cancer: a critical review of the epidemiologic literature. Fleischauer AT and Arab L. J Nutr. 2001 Mar;131(3s):1032S-40S.
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