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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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 use or production of cholesterol in cancer cells, have also the potential to kill cancer cells: Ref. Indeed, there
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Methylglyoxal: Large Response Rate in Very Advanced Stages

Introduction: Methylglyoxal, a molecule also produce by human body, it is one of the substances with an anti cancer potential that stands out. I am enthusiast about it because of the following facts: It has clear science behind supported by a large amount of academic research Its anti cancer potential has been already demonstrated in humans It
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Artemisia Annua, Artemisinin & 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine

Background:  Artemisinin is a natural extract, coming out of a plant called Artemisia annua (sweet wormwood) used as a drug to treat malaria. It saved million of lives so far and as a results, its discoverer Mrs. Tu Youyou received the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (Ref.). Its discovery goes back to 1969. While the whole world
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Quercetin: even more anti-cancer potential than Curcumin?

How I learned about Quercetin’s potential: Sometime ago I had access to a number of chemosensitivity test results and performed some analysis on them. These chemosensitivity tests are performed by specialized laboratories and essentially consists in collecting blood from patients, capturing the circulating tumor cells and then exposing these tumor cells to various chemicals in
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Curcumin: A Star in Cancer Treatment Field

Summary: When searching for some of the most effective anti cancer natural extracts accessible, low cost and non toxic, Curcumin will be one of the first we will come across. Curcumin is an extract from Tumernic a yellow-pigmented curry spice that is often used in Indian foods. Curcumin relevance in cancer was so intensively researched so that
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pH in Cancer & Tumor Acidification: A Top Treatment Strategy

Summary: pH and Cancer is an intensively discussed subject both in the alternative treatment arena and fortunately more and more in the scientific arena. In terms of treatments, when we speak about pH in cancer I am thinking of treatments involving e.g. the well known Sodium Bicarbonate, Cesium Chloride, Germanium, etc. I am also thinking of diets such
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Discussion on Salinomycin Anti Cancer Mechanisms and Application

Like I said in one of my earlier post (Ref), so far I investigated many potentially anti cancer treatments and out of this Salinomycin stands out. This is because when done well (sometimes done well just by chance) the administration of Salinomycin IV can lead to strong anti cancer effects that can be reflected in strong pain at the tumor
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Electric and Electro-Magnetic Fields & Cancer Treatment

This is a fascinating field in cancer treatment. While various electro-magnetic-wave-based solutions have been proposed during the past century to treat cancer, only recently this treatment strategy started to gain momentum as both academia and the industry started to recognize the value. In this context, field based solutions for cancer treatment have even been approved recently by FDA
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Anti PD-1 and anti PD-L1 Immunotherapies

Summary: A very new and promising immunotherapy approach to the treatment of cancer is the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors. These treatments work by “taking the brakes off” the immune system, so that the immune system becomes more effective in attack against cancer. Several different types of checkpoint inhibitors, targeting different checkpoints or “brakes” on immune
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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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Some of the most effective treatments in my opinion

Here is a list of some of the most effective anti-cancer treatments I am currently aware of: Salinomycin – a potassium inophore that will interfere with intracellular potassium. If delivered in the right dose, there is a high chance of affecting the cancer cells while not affecting the normal cells. It has been used on
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Induced Hypothyroidism (Hypothyroxinemia)

My opinion: This is one of the very interesting potential anti-cancer treatments and I am very enthusiast about it. It is relevant for most type of cancers, it is cheap and accessible and can be performed at home, while tracking some of the thyroid hormones via weekly blood tests. Its effectiveness in prolonging life (or even obtaining complete
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3BP IV Administration Protocol and Treatment Strategy

Update 03.03.2016: based on clear evidence IV Alpha Lipoic Acid (300-600mg) can inhibit the effectiveness of 3BP –> we may want to avoid that during 3BP treatment and use only when 3BP action is intended to be stopped. For readers, you may want to first read this page and consider being treated at a clinic such as those suggested at
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Salinomycin: One of the best

Summary Salinomycin is as an antimicrobial and anticoccidial antibiotic. In 2009, a groundbreaking result was published in the scientific journal Cell (Ref), showing that Salinomycin can be effective in killing the cancer stem cells (CSC), the cancer cell population that is responsible for chemo resistance and metastasis. Although the study was focused on breast cancer, Salinomycin
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3 Bromopyruvate

Other names: 3BP, 3-Bromopyruvic Acid CAS number:1113-59-3 Source: The info shared here came from multiple directions. That includes literature research, personal experience, a lot of ideas discussed and shared on Cancer Compass, discussion with a good number of professors and doctors, discussion with German clinics, discussions with patients. My opinion: For an update on my
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