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AbidingToday
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Are l-cysteine and whey protein contraindicated for someone who is receiving immunotherapy (Keytruda in this case) but no longer chemo or radiation? I know that I have heard that these two particular things may work against chemo/radiation, but they are also used to make some supplements more bioavailable (or more easily absorbed, I’m not sure if that is the same thing). There are two supplements I am looking at that use small amounts of l-cysteine and whey protein, but I want to make sure that these will not further cancer growth or inhibit anything that is working to kill cancer.


   
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AbidingToday
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Actually, it might not be small amounts of l-cysteine and whey. It might be more significant amounts.


   
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johan
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Posted by: @abidingtoday

 There are two supplements I am looking at that use small amounts of l-cysteine and whey protein, but I want to make sure that these will not further cancer growth or inhibit anything that is working to kill cancer.

More Jane M fearmungering, am I right or right


   
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AbidingToday
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@j but what are you saying? L-cysteine on the order of 1-2mg/day fine? Good? Possibly beneficial? I don’t care what Jane says - I am just trying to learn... what do you say?


   
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johan
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onions, broccoli, brussels sprouts, red peppers are considered to be good anti-cancer food and contain quite a bit of it. I don't see a problem with it. 


   
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johan
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might I ask what those supplements are_


   
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