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Good Health, Well Being
Location: Student Services Center Room W-201
Plants have a long history of use in the treatment of various human diseases worldwide. Natural products obtained from plants have been the source of many useful anticancer drugs and drug leads. In this presentation, the health benefits of three edible plants, noni, miracle berry, and Nishime Kombu will be presented by Dr. Leng Chee Chang of the UH Hilo College of Pharmacy. Part of the International Topics Speaker Series sponsored by the United Nations Association-Hawaii Island Chapter and the International Student Services & Intercultural Education Program. Free.
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Tags: international health
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