Avoiding Adverse Events Associated With Some Intravenous Cancer Treatments

Today, I came across this article that one year ago was posted on FDA’s webpage: FDA investigates two serious adverse events associated with ImprimisRx’s compounded curcumin emulsion product for injection Essentially, with this FDA reports on an investigation related to serious adverse events following the treatment with intravenous Curcumin. Specifically, a 30-year-old female patient who experienced
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How Caffeine Makes Chemo- Radio- & Immunotherapy More Effective

Caffeine is so well know by all of us, and this is why I will not discuss anything about it’s background. Instead, I will jump directly to discuss the aspects I find the most relevant for the potential of caffeine in cancer treatments. However, before that, I would like to make the point that Caffeine
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For patients in US: A way that may help to overcome the Medical Insurance Denial

Recently, I came across a discussion in the Brain Tumor Treatments Yahoo group, regarding a way that may help to overcome the typical insurance company denial on cancer treatments. I thought this could be very valuable for some of you, so here it is the information shared by one of the members from the above
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Chronotherapy: Taking the Treatment at the Right Time Has Major Impact on the Outcome

Dear Friends, Chronotherapy (timing of drug delivery with the appropriate phase of the circadian rhythm to achieve optimal efficacy) is a subject I intended to write about since some years ago. But somehow I never found the time as I gave priority to other subjects. However, today I’ve got an alert on a new patent
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Drug cocktail could double the average survival time

Dear Friends, This is a short post to bring to your attention a result that was recently made public by Care Oncology Clinic www.careoncologyclinic.com in London. (Thank you Carl for sharing these news with me). The Care Oncology Clinic is undertaking a study and providing treatments that may complement and enhance standard of care therapy but also used as stand
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Mistletoe: from Christmas Tradition to Cancer Fighting Tool

Background info: Mistletoe is a plant that grows as a parasite in various trees. It is well known as a Christmas decoration, under which lovers are kissing each other. There are various types of Mistletoe species but the name mistletoe typically refers to the Viscum album species. Mistletoe extracts are among the most widely used in
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A Visitor Story: Healing from Stage 4 Prostate Cancer with Fasting

Dear Friends, I am happy to be able to share with you a very positive story that arrived today from Don, a friend from US who with a strong determination and perseverance is successfully fighting stage 4 prostate cancer. Don constantly shared with me his results after trying several types of treatments. I was always
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Gluconeogenesis & How Hydrazine Could Help Fight Cancer and Cachexia

First I will start with the conclusion of this post, also added at the end of the post: Conclusion: Gluconeogenesis is a mechanism that needs to be addressed specifically in advanced cancer patients that are seeing fast loss of body mass. One major way to reduce Gluconeogenesis is via oral administration of Hydrazine. This is a
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FDA Places Clinical Holds on Opdivo and Keytruda for Refractory Multiple Myeloma

The recent news are related to combinations of Opdivo (nivolumab) and Keytruda (pembrolilzumab) tested in clinical trials for patients with refractory multiple myeloma. Here is discussed the specific trials that have been halted for: Opdivo (Ref.) Keytruda (Ref.) These drugs are some of the stars-drugs developed by some of the major pharmaceutical companies as part of
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Glucose Absorption Inhibitors to Inhibit Tumor Growth

Background: I am writing this post in the context in which multiple readers and contributors to this website have shown interest in the potential of drugs and supplements that have the capability to inhibit glucose absorption in cancer cells. I am glad to see this interest as I also find this subject very relevant and would like to
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Mebendazole: A Cancer Fighting Drug We Find at the Supermarket

Background: Yes, in the European countries Mebendazole can be found on the supermarket shelves. Mebendazole is an anthelmintic drug that has been used since the early 1970s to treat a range of parasitical worm infections, including threadworm, tapeworms, roundworms, and other nematode and trematode infections in humans and domestic animals (Ref.). The drug is among those on the World
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Your Contribution Needed on Breast Cancer Story from Emad

Dear Friends, On the same line as the post from Ergin, https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/your-contribution-needed-on-ovarian-cancer-story-from-ergin/ I would like to invite you if you could please share here ideas and experience that may be relevant to Emad and his dear mom. Off course, as the disclaimer is also stating, this website is not intended to offer medical advice but to try and
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Anti Cholesterol Strategy to Fight Cancer

Background So far I wrote several posts that are in a way or another related to cholesterol & cancer, underlying the role of Cholesterol in cancer. More specifically, we have seen that drugs or supplements that reduce or inhibit the absorption, use and/or production of cholesterol in cancer cells, have also the potential to kill cancer cells: Ref. Indeed,
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