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BOSWELLIA INFUSIONS FOR NSCLC METS IN BRAIN  

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Pascaletlilie Pourlavie
(@loly2006)
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22/11/2020 12:42 am  

Hello, did somebody already try high dose intravenous infusions of boswellia (boswellic acid)? My oncologist wants me to go to heavy chemo and before to accept, I will try high dose boswellia infusions (10mg every 2 days) alternated with high dose vitamin c infusions (50g every 2 days) during 2 weeks only. I have nsclc but only my mets in brain are growing. Thanks for your testimonials and opinions... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6986255/ (january 2020)


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Daniel
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22/11/2020 2:02 am  

Dear Pascal,

Boswellia intravenous sounds very good for trying to address brain mets., but it became available relatively recently, so I don't think  there are many people who tried this so far. I am aware of effectiveness on brain mets or primary tumors with the following:

1. Alternative treatment: Curcumin intravenous combined with Quercetin intravenous (done every day, 5 days on 2 days off, 3 months in a raw)

2. Experimental treatment: Salinomycin with 2DG done for a few months

3. Conventional adapted: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/community/lung-cancer/pulsing-afatinib-seems-to-be-a-good-option-against-brain-mets-from-lung-cancer/#post-1252

Number 3 may be the most effective on short term.

Kind regards,
Daniel

 

 


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Pascaletlilie Pourlavie
(@loly2006)
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22/11/2020 7:16 pm  

Yes thank you Daniel but my wife have no EGFR mutation and can't be treated with targetered therapy... and we don't have enough time for the 2 others solutions...

 


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