The Effect of the Artemisinin on the Liver Functions in Iraqi Patients Infected by Ovarian Cancer

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Nijoud Faisal Yousif Al-Saarag, Fatima Ghazi Talab, Ammar Akram Abdulrazzaq

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This study aims to assess the effectiveness of artemisinin as a treatment for ovarian cancer disease. In this study, cases were divided into three groups, the first group contains thirty women with ovarian cancer from the third stage, the second group contains thirty women with ovarian cancer from the fourth stage and the third group contains thirty healthy women. During this study we detected the hematological Parameters include Red Blood Cells (RBCs) , White Blood Cells (WBCs) and Platelets (PLTs) . As well as detected the liver functions include Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase(GOT) and Glutamate Pyruvate Transaminase (GPT). A significant increase in the  RBC, WBC and PLT level in sera of Iraqi patients with ovarian cancer has been reported compared with the control. A significant increase in the GOT and GPT activities in sera of Iraqi patients with ovarian cancer has been reported compared with the control before add the artemisinin. A significant decrease in the activities of GOT and GPT after addition of artemisinin in sera of ovarian cancer patients has been reported compared to control

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Nijoud Faisal Yousif Al-Saarag, Fatima Ghazi Talab, Ammar Akram Abdulrazzaq. (2021). The Effect of the Artemisinin on the Liver Functions in Iraqi Patients Infected by Ovarian Cancer. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 479–489. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/2483
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