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

Author: Daniel S, PhD; Last update: January 31st, 2021 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
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10 Cases of Complete Remission from Advanced Cancers after using Supplements or Repurposed Drugs

Author: Daniel S, PhD; Last update: January 31st, 2021 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
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An Update and a Recent Finding Related to the Immune System Activity

Author: Daniel S, PhD; Last update: January 31st, 2021 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
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A New Approach to Improve Effectiveness of Cancer Therapies

Dear Friends, Today is October 18th 2018. That is exactly two years since my dear wife became an angel and exactly one year since the incorporation of MCS Foundation for Life with the aim of helping advanced cancer patients to live a better and longer life. I promised I am going to share with you some
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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 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 experienced cardiac arrest
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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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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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Glutamine Supplementation

Intro on Glutamine Glutamine is the most abundant, naturally occurring, non-essential amino acid in the human body. It is synthesized through enzymatic action of glutamine synthetase (GS) that combines glutamate and ammonia. It is synthesized through enzymatic action of glutamine synthetase (GS) that combines glutamate and ammonia. It serves as a vehicle for transporting ammonia in a nontoxic
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A few words on Monocarboxylate transporters and their relevance in cancer

Here we have a new and very good article on MCTs: Monocarboxylate transporters in the brain and in cancer It explains the role of MCTs in normal and cancer cells and an important point is related to the fact that although MCT1 has the highest affinity to lactate all MCTs (from MCT1 to MCT4) can both
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