Extensive research at Stanford University School of Medicine discovered that knee pain was “not a matter of simple wear and tear” like the vast majority of doctors believed. The scientific evidence they developed points in the direction of inflammation, specifically molecules C3 and C4.
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Scientists at Stanford now believe that by targeting these two inflammatory molecules, relief could be found because research indicates that inflammation was significantly reduced. The immune system mistakenly releases millions of these two inflammatory molecules in the synovial fluid around the knee.
They inflame and weaken knee cartilage, causing severe pain. Scientists at Stanford believe that this condition is the underlying cause of joint pain and cartilage damage.
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It was considered medical wisdom in its day—but modern science is now believed to say that it could have been wrong. Knee pain from wear and tear seemed to make sense. Now scientists at Stanford think it is an inflammatory problem and by “targeting the inflammatory process” relief could be indeed be found. (10)
Sources and Notes:
(1) Hussain SA, et al. Anti-inflammatory activity of Silymarin in patients with knee osteoarthritis. A comparative study with piroxicam and meloxicam. J Proteomics. 2010 Mar 10;73(5):951-64. Epub 2010 Jan 4. PMID: 19139781 (2) STANFORD article
(2) Numan IT, et al. Evaluation of the clinical use of Silymarin in knee osteoarthritis: application of the dual inhibitory concept of cyclooxygenase and 5-Lipoxygenase. The Iraqi Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2007. 6(4): 333-339.
(3) Takeda R, et al. Double-blind placebo-controlled trial of hydroxytryrosol of Olea europaea on pain in gonarthrosis. Phytomedicine. 2013. 20:861-864.
(5) Zahedi HS, et al. Effects of Polygonum Cuspidatum Containing Resveratrol on Inflammation in Male Professional Basketball Players. Int J Prev Med. 2013 Apr; 4(Suppl 1): S1–S4.