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Brian F. Issell

Center Associate Director of Clinical Sciences and Translational

University of Hawaii

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University of Hawaii

200 W Kawili St.

Hilo, Hawaii, 96720

United States

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Dr. Brian Issell

Dr. Brian Issell
Dr. Brian Issell's career has been committed to improve the care of cancer patients. He has been practicing oncologist (diagnose and treat tumors) for over 30 years. Noni fruit clinical trials were preformed to see how it improves the quality of life in cancer patients in early stages under the leadership of Brian Issell, M.D., from the University of Hawaii. Dr. Issell wanted to see whether noni is safe. So far, every amount tested has been without any observable side effects at all. "In terms of speculation about the roles of different ingredients, only those ingredients that get absorbed by the human gut in sufficient quantity to have an effect are likely to be of importance," said Issell. He adds, "One of the identified absorbed molecules from noni is scopoletin," which is renowned for its pain-relieving properties and is the subject of pharmaceutical enquiries. For 10 years, Dr. Issell conducted research on cancer patients at the University of Hawaii. At his opening dissertation, he presented two bar graphs.


Noni Juice and Your Body

Dr. Brian Issell, who researched pure unfermented noni at University of Hawaii, said, "If fermentation is allowed, then a different chemical profile is almost certainly present.


Noni Shows Cancer Promise

Who: Dr. Brian F. Issell, director of the Clinical Trials Unit at the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii
Dr. Brian Issell, internist, oncologist and clinical sciences program director at the University of Hawaii cancer center, is principal investigator of the study, which began in 2001. The noni plant was used in traditional healing throughout Polynesia and is being promoted worldwide for all kinds of health problems and diseases. "It's a $2 billion product with incredible commercialization," Issell said. "We need to know if it helps more than harms people." His study is the first to look at the effects of noni on people and see if it does what ads claim. "We've seen pretty much improvements across the board when we look statistically, but these are early days," Issell said. "It's not telling us it's going to help more than harm people, but what dose we will test in the future." The team, including Faith Inoshita, clinical research nurse, is trying to complete the first phase of the study to find the right dose that will be effective for people, Issell said. "We have been seeing increasing improvement in quality of life measures," Issell said. "It's very interesting. "We're measuring different markers," Issell said. "Once we have something we can feel confident about, we will use it to standardize noni because there are hundreds of different products now from juice, with additional things to mask the dose." Noni Maui is providing fruit grown on the Big Island for the study, which requires a consistent supply, Issell said: "We have quite a lot of capsules and will continue up to 40 (per day) if we need to." The first phase of the study began with National Institutes of Health funding and it is continuing with support from the Hawaii Community Foundation, Issell said. He said the issue with cancer drugs is to find the maximum tolerated dose that's most likely to have an anti-cancer effect. "Here, we haven't found the maximum-tolerated dose," he said. Issell gets inquiries about noni from all over the world, Gotay pointed out: "That's partly why we are so cautious.


https://www.real-noni.com/mail-templates/template.php?e_id=186

The article explains some of the research of Dr. Brian Issell, who used pure, non-fermented noni only in his research at the University of Hawaii.
According to Issell, "If fermentation is allowed, then a different chemical profile is almost certainly present."


https://www.real-noni.com/mail-templates/template.php?e_id=107

According to Dr. Brian Issell, M.D., who did cancer research at the University Of Hawaii with Noni, "If fermentation is allowed then a different chemical profile is almost certainly present.


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