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Aiselin
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Hello,
We are dealing with uterus carcinosarcoma. The doctors offer chemo without any prior testing. I believe this can be very harmful due to the reaction we have on some medication. So I think testing would be essential. We are trying to arrange the RGCC testing.
I would very much appreciate it if you could advise on the best clinic and doctor in Germany or other countries in Europe that does low-dose chemotherapy successfully and maybe does the testing, too.

Hope for your help


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Daniel
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@Aiselin

The best clinic for low dose chemo and many other treatments to my knowledge is this one https://www.imuno-medica.ro The clinic is in Romania and is made from donations from a billionaire with the goal of helping people - so they are not doing it for business. I just checked now the prices are less than half of those in Germany or maybe even 25%  https://www.imuno-medica.ro/costuri while the quality and knowledge is above average. Like all the clinics around the world, I do not think they list all their treatments on the website - so you can ask what else they do. For chemosensitivity testing I think they work with RGCC but not sure. If you contact them and they do not answer please let me know and I will try to help you.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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Aiselin
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@Daniel

Thank you,

We will explore this option. I am also wondering as you mentioned the quality and knowledge is "above average" what would be the other choice/s for the best clinic/doctor in Germany and Europe, regardless of the cost.


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Daniel
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@aiselin

Many of the clinics in Germany are specialised on various treatments, some on hyperthermia, others on immuno theraphy, others viro theraphy, etc.

There are some who do "everything" (outsourcing various treatments when they do not have them in-house) and are known to have above the average knowledge and above the average costs. One such example is Hallwang Private Oncology Clinic https://www.hallwang-clinic.com/ . I know patients who had to pay more than 50.000 euro for several weeks treatment schedule. Other clinics that are well known are e.g. Paracelsus (Swiss) https://www.paracelsus.ch , Arcadia Praxis https://www.arcadia-praxisklinik.de , St. Georg Klinik https://www.klinik-st-georg.de

I once had a discussion with the lead oncologist at Hallwang and I had a good opinion about his knowledge. However, other than that, I do not have any direct experience with these clinics so I can not recommend which one would be the best.

If money are not an issue, I would clearly go to such clinics. However, if the cost at such clinics is at the limit of your budget, it's good to realise that cancer-treatments is often a long-term battle. In that case, going for more suitable prices would be essential. Even better, would be to find a way to have maintenance treatments close to or even at home.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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nsturdevant
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@daniel

do you think low dose chemo can be effective? If so, what supplements or off label drugs would you do to support it? Thanks, Nancy


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@nsturdevant Dear Nancy, low dose chemo with insulin potentiation procedure can be effective - one of the case that I reported at the end of 2018 was an ovarian cancer patient who obtained complete remission after using IPT with 2DG metronomic during 3 months.

If I know the exact core treatment (chemo and frequency) and any other supplements and drugs used (and diagnostic) I can give you my view on how I would use it.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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nsturdevant
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Samuel is on 50mg of oral cyclophosphamide daily, 400mg celebrex,  1000mg ashwangada, 1000mg egcg, reishi mushrooms, 3ml of milk thistle seed, 1500mg quercetin,  600mg PEA, magnesium taurate, prebiotics, zinc, 5000mg vitamin d, 100mg bromelin, 100mcg vitamin k, 60mg melatonin, 200mg dipyridamole,  3g fish oil, 1000mg metformin, 250mg apigenin,  genistein and 24 pellets of chinese shi chuan da bu wan. Will this be enough to stop fermentation? Do these supplements support an alkalizing chemo like cyclophosphamide? Should I add high dose IVC? 

Any insights are greatly appreciated...Nancy


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@nsturdevant Dear Nancy. Today I was busy working the whole day until now (3am on my side). Tomorrow I travel the whole day. In the evening tomorrow or the day after I will respond.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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@daniel

Thank you sir...


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@daniel

Samuel is on 50mg of oral cyclophosphamide daily, 400mg celebrex,  1000mg ashwangada, 1000mg egcg, reishi mushrooms, 3ml of milk thistle seed, 1500mg quercetin,  600mg PEA, magnesium taurate, prebiotics, zinc, 5000mg vitamin d, 100mg bromelin, 100mcg vitamin k, 60mg melatonin, 200mg dipyridamole,  3g fish oil, 1000mg metformin, 250mg apigenin,  genistein and 24 pellets of chinese shi chuan da bu wan. Will this be enough to stop fermentation? Do these supplements support an alkalizing chemo like cyclophosphamide? Should I add high dose IVC? 

Any insights are greatly appreciated...Nancy

Dear N,

Many of the above are good, but in order to directly support cyclophosphamide, I would give priority to the following:

1. Metformin (which you already use)
2. EGCG which you already use (for an adult the target dose is 2-4g/day but liver enzymes may increase - those are often normalized by Silymarin
3. Omega 3 (with high EPA and DHA) - target dose is 5g/day for adults 
4. Curcumin - target dose is 7g for adults according to positive reports
Note: EGCG and Curcumin will lower Glutathione-S-Transferase (GST) activity https://www.ffhdj.com/index.php/ffhd/article/view/108/220

Indeed alkylating agents can be detoxified by conjugation with glutathione.

Here I listed many more components that can support chemo effectiveness https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/modulating-the-yin-and-yang-energy-of-cells-to-fight-cancer-pro-oxidant-strategy/ Specifically Auranofin, Retinoic Acid and Sulfasalazine stand out on this line.

Silver solution and or Artemisinin can help as mention in the post at the link above.

Verapamil could help to address MDRs but Curcumin and EGCG may be enough to address the same.

It also makes very much sense to perform some cycles of anti parasite drugs, such as Ivermectin.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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Aiselin
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I would check his platelets. Some of the things you're taking may decrease them.


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nsturdevant
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@daniel

Thank you...unfortunately the low dose cyclophosphamide was giving him bad headaches so he had to stop after a week. So, he will have SBRT or radiation to lung nodules that have grown very slowly over the past 15 months. Pet scan Monday showed no new disease..so, not sure next steps for Sam to keep him NED..He has been thru so much and does not want more chemo.

Direction, thoughts...


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nsturdevant
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@daniel

What type of treatment would you recommend after cryoablation to boost immune system and stay NED? Checkpoint inhibitors, recombinant onolytic virus? That would help choose a german clinic...there are so many...


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