Columbia’s Center for Holistic Urology Tests New Botanicals for Prostate Disease

Aaron Katz, MD, and his colleagues at the Center for Holistic Urology at New York's Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, are studying a number of herbal medicines and nutraceuticals with potential to improve men's urogenital health. They are particularly excited about Zyflamend, a new herbal combination containing turmeric, ginger, holy basil, and others, that appears to inhibits prostate cancer cell growth and reduces inflammation.

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