Cardamom compound could help treat triple-negative breast cancer –

April 17, 2022

Posted: April 17, 2022

Updated: 12:06 PM

KUSI Newsroom

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A new medical discovery shows that a compound found in the Indian spice cardamom has the potential to treat breast cancer.

dr. Mona Hacker of Horizon Clinical Research joined Jason Austell of KUSI on “Good Morning San Diego” to discuss more about the new findings.

Cardamom has the ability to stop the growth of cancer in what is known as triple negative breast cancer.

The spice is also grown in the same plant family as ginger, another highly nutritious and anti-inflammatory plant.

dr. Hacker has posted on her Instagram account ways to easily incorporate cardamom pods into your diet here.

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