A Natural Painkiller and Anti-Inflammatory: Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA)

Summary: PEA is a body-own fatty compound, and is produced by our own living cells to restore balance in chronic pain and chronic inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory and painkilling properties are known in science many decades since the first description of this compound in 1957. in 1993 the Nobel price winner professor Rita Levi-Montalcini pointed out
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Treating Ascites with Angiogenesis Inhibitors

Malignant ascites are side effects of some cancers (and potentially anti-cancer treatments), characterized by the accumulation of fluid in the abdomen. Recently, I have received from a friend this article on ascites (from epithelial ovarian cancer), and thought is a good idea to share this here: Macrophage Blockade Using CSF1R Inhibitors Reverses the Vascular Leakage Underlying Malignant Ascites in
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Diflunisal

CAS 22494-42-4 My opinion: An anti-cancer treatment with great potential relevant for most types of cancers visible on PET/CT. Regarding its effectiveness, this statements says it all: “33 patients were evaluable for metric response, 20 for metabolic and 19 for tumor marker response assessment. For tumor marker follow up 11 % had a CR, 53 %
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Plerixafor (Mozobil)

My opinion: Plerixafor works against the part of immune system (M2–macrophages) that helps the tumor to regrow after an effective treatment has succeeded to kill part of it. Therefore, Plerixafor is a great supportive treatment for any effective anti cancer strategy including surgery, chemo and radiotherapy. We do not have any experience with it. Summary & Mechanism The immune system plays a major
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