Shogaols in ginger demonstrate potent anti-cancer potential in several clinical trials. A 2015 study pinpointed strong anti-cancer stem cell activity in the subjects. Shogaols show promise in mitigating cancer cell growth and development for pancreatic, ovarian, and prostate cancers. The study noted that the concentrations at which the cancer-fighting effects occurred were safe for non-cancerous cells.
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