Scientists from Virginia Commonwealth University have found a link between cancer diseases and allergic reactions. The main mediator of allergic reactions, histamine is synthesized fat cells. It is the histamine provokes the development of allergies. In addition, the mediator involved in inflammatory reactions and promotes more rapid tumor growth.
The blockade of the production of histamine, scientists believe, will result in slower tumor growth. The data were confirmed in the experiments with mice, scientists have specifically called melanoma. Reducing the production of histamine helped to more effectively fight cancer, has increased the overall effectiveness of therapy.
Today may be advisable to take antihistamines. They reduce inflammation, reduce symptoms of allergies and inflammation. This is partly helps to fight cancer if available.