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Workshop on the Safety of Black Cohosh in Clinical Studies—Meeting Summary
This report summarizes the presentations and discussions from a workshop held on November 22, 2004 to discuss the safety of black cohosh in clinical studies. The report is organized into three general areas:
- background information on safety and efficacy of black cohosh;
- data from a murine model of breast cancer and metastases to lung associated with black cohosh; and
- case information on suspected toxicity associated with use of black cohosh products.
This meeting was sponsored by NCCAM and the NIH Office of Dietary Supplements.
The topics covered in the black cohosh meeting summary include:
- Overview of Black Cohosh
- Black Cohosh: What Do We Know About This Botanical?
- Black Cohosh, Breast Cancer, and Metastases to Lung: Data from the Mouse Model
- Black Cohosh and Hepatotoxicity: Case Reports
- Summary and Next Steps
- Appendix 1—Agenda
- Appendix 2—Presenter and Participants List