Releasing the Brakes of Cellular Division to Fight Cancer

Releasing the Brakes of Cellular Division to Fight Cancer

Introduction Every day, every hour, every second, cells in the human body constantly divide to form new cells. Some cells divide faster, other slower, but they are all doing that without us even thinking about it.  A key step in a cellular division process is DNA replication, where the DNA in a mother cell is
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Tumors Talk in a Language That Looks Like Viruses- Muting Them Could Prevent Progression & Metastasis

Tumors Talk in a Language That Looks Like Viruses- Muting Them Could Prevent Progression & Metastasis

Update Dear Friends, With this post, I am going to address a subject that may be key in oncology and that it is rarely discussed as it is related to a relatively new area of science. However, even if relatively new, it has already led to a Nobel Prize in Medicine. Before addressing the subject
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10 Cases of Complete Remission from Advanced Cancers after using Supplements or Repurposed Drugs

Dear Friends, Some weeks ago I’ve got a question if complete remission from Stage 4 cancers is actually possible at all. My answer was: Yes! There are two major categorise of complete remissions: spontaneous complete remissions – there are many cases of spontaneous remissions reported in the scientific literature often due to unknown causes complete
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A Lower Cost Alternative to (anti PD1/PDL1) Immunotherapy?

Dear Friends, I just came across a recently published paper by scientists and MDs in oncology that deserves to be addressed in a post on this Blog. The scientific results come from MD Anderson Cancer Center & University of Alabama at Birmingham in USA, as well as Zhejiang University School of Medicine & Medical School
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An Update and a Recent Finding Related to the Immune System Activity

Dear Friends, I will use this post to address two points: one related to the recently launched food supplement company MCS Formulas and the other related to a recent and relevant finding on modulating immune cell activation: Several points related to MCS Formulas and related activities Recently, we just started the supplement company with own
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Medicine to Lower Stomach Acid Added to Chemo Improves Breast Tumor Response Rate

(Please use the buttons above to share this post on Facebook/Twitter – the post contains information simple to implement and it may save some lives) Dear Friends, Here is a short post from my side to update you on some recent exciting news. (Acknowledgements: thank you Nicolas for heads up on this important subject) Some
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Modulating the Yin and Yang Energy of Cells to Fight Cancer: Pro-Oxidant Strategy

First, An Update Dear Friends, Coronavirus took a lot of our attention lately (Ref.1, Ref.2), and probably we will address it more in the future as it is important for all of us to be aware of ways to address it if needed. I think we do have a good idea now on how to
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From Cancer to CoronaVirus: Therapeutic Strategy Based on the Similarities Between Cancer and Virus-Infected Cells

Introduction (by Daniel Stanciu, PhD) Dear Friends, Since recently, there is a new section of this website entitled “Views in Oncology“, where invited guests are sharing with the world valuable information on cancer treatments. The invited guest is typically a professional from the academic- or clinical-space that positively stands out in his/her field of expertise
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Beneficial Drug Interactions to Help the Advancement of Oncology Treatments

Introduction (by Daniel Stanciu, PhD) During the past years, the field of re-purposed drugs, has gain an increasing traction in the oncology field. Drugs that are commonly used for various illnesses, are now proposed by scientist at major academic research centres across the world, as new approach to increase the effectiveness of conventional treatment. In
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Drugs and Supplements that Block Fermentation and Help Fight Cancer

Energy production inside cells In order to maintain normal function including biosynthesis and transport of molecules across cell membranes, cells require energy (called ATP). There are two “engines” inside the cells that they can use to produce energy: One engine is called (aerobic) respiration. This is the engine that is typically used by the cells
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G47Δ (Delta) Oncolytic Virus: A Breakthrough Therapy for Glioblastoma from Prof. Todo in Japan

Great News for Glioblastoma Today I came across these news (Ref.) coming from Japan, discussing a virotherapy that may represent a breakthrough therapy for brain cancers and possibly other cancers. Oncolytic virus therapy is a very relevant approach to address cancer where viruses are converted into therapeutic agents as they are reprogrammed to treat diseases.
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An Anti-Cancer Compound Hiding in Front of Us: Gluconate

Gluconate, a cheap, available and harmless substance I recently came across this scientific article reference by one of the active members of this website (J) and realised that something very valuable was hidden in there. In this article, the authors are discussing Gluconate.  Their research suggests that the anti cancer effect of Gluconate could be relevant
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Making Cholesterol-Lowering Statin Drugs More Effective Against Cancer

Statins and Cancer Dear Friends, I am currently on holiday, travelling and with little access to the computer, but recently I came across interesting information related to the use of Statins to fight cancer, and would like to share that with you as soon as possible. So I decided to allocate a day and consolidate
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