I like curry anyway although I have not had it for years. I believe I will be buying some on my next trip from the store. See this news link: http://www.physorg.com/news5098.html (Quotes from the link): "A study published in the upcoming issue of Cancer magazine related that curcumin, a chemical pigment in turmeric (a primary ingredient of Curry-USV), helped stop the spread of breast cancer tumor cells to the lungs of mice." "Earlier studies suggest that people who eat diets rich in turmeric have lower rates of breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer and colon cancer" "Many cancers are 10 times rarer on the Indian subcontinent than in the West." I have also read that some cancer rates are much lower in southern climates than in northern ones, and some researchers attribute this to Vitamin D- people in Maine recieve substantially less exposure to the sun than people in Florida. I have been trying to remember to take a Vitamin D tablet every day I am not in the sun for at least 10 min.