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RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By johan, 8 hours ago

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  @dewajudiqq you've typed it twice now, well done Mom! 🙂
dewajudiqq RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By dewajudiqq, 17 hours ago

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  Lastly, if it hadn't been for my mothers' unwavering dedication to researching plus comprehending the literature on cancer, coupled with her positive outlook, I wouldn't be here typing this piece.
dewajudiqq RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By dewajudiqq, 17 hours ago

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  Inspiration from others: I have to give credit to James McCraw plus Matts East, glioblastoma long survivors, who gave me some of the ideas on how to beat the cancer. James wrote the book with advice t...
dewajudiqq RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By dewajudiqq, 17 hours ago

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  Mind management: Importance of managing stress plus maintaining a positive mindset through practices like meditation, prayer, plus listening to calming music. Gratitude for plus friends, plus a determ...
dewajudiqq RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By dewajudiqq, 17 hours ago

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  Training / mind-body practices: Current weight 78 kg. Walking every day approximately 5-10 km. Training 3-4 times per week for 1 hour: stretching, yoga, plus light weights. Don’t over train the brain,...
RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By ivc_man, 2 days ago

  @abidingtoday Ah right, maybe sterile water would have helped. It's beyond my knowledge but probably basic stuff for a nurse to know.
RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By ivc_man, 2 days ago

  I also came across my old vitamin C and alpha lipoic acid notes which I post below in case they help anyone. Please do your own research and I accept no responsibility for any use or misuse of the inf...
RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By ivc_man, 2 days ago

  @healthyandhappy Sorry for the epic gap between my last post and now. My login details and even the link to this forum post got "misplaced" for a while. All I know is that the vitamin C came from Ger...
RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By Antun84, 4 days ago

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  Np! 😉
RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

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  @antun84 thanks for sharing!!
RE: Creatin and Glioblastoma  

By Antun84, 2 weeks ago

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  Hey, This took me some time to write 😉 Our battle plan to kill glioblastoma: Diet: Antiinflammatory diet to diminish edema. No sugar, starch, grains, dairy and meat. Only fish and vegetables. Calorie...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By Chris48, 3 weeks ago

  @jens Hi Jens, great to hear from you! I really hope you have been finding your way through this incredibly difficult time. Thank you very much for your message and the interesting study. Azithromycin...
RE: Hydrogen gas inhalation for NSCLC  

By cxolive, 3 weeks ago

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  Has anyone been able to find a good price for a hydrogen inhalation unit for less than 4K?
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 3 weeks ago

  @jens good to hear from you Jens, hope you and the children are doing okay.
jens RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By jens, 3 weeks ago

  @chris48 Hi Chris. It's been a awhile since I posted. I am always thinking of everyone here. It was six months since Lourdes passed away. I think I am ready to start helping in any way possible. I sa...
jens RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By jens, 3 weeks ago

  @chris48 Hi Chris. It's been a awhile since I posted. I am always thinking of everyone here. It was six months since Lourdes passed away. I think I am ready to start helping in any way possible. I sa...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 3 weeks ago

  Aspirin vs Placebo as Adjuvant Therapy for Breast Cancer The Alliance A011502 Randomized Trial Key Points Question Does aspirin at 300 mg/d improve invasive disease-free survival among survivors of no...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Ketogenic diet promotes tumor ferroptosis but induces relative corticosterone deficiency that accelerates cachexia "delayed tumor growth but accelerated cachexia onset and shortened survival in mice ...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Cancer depends on fatty acids for ATP production: A possible link between cancer and obesity Highlights All living cells produce ATP in mitochondria using the TCA cycle or fatty acid oxidation (FAO). ...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Here's another study pointing to cancer proliferation due to Oleic Acid. "OA stimulates cell proliferation and glycolysis pathways via PPARα activation" Fats and cancer, no bueno.
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Oleic acid from cancer-associated fibroblast promotes cancer cell stemness by stearoyl-CoA desaturase under glucose-deficient condition
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  @chris48 High Metastaticgastric and Breast Cancer Cells Consume Oleic Acid in an AMPK Dependent Manner "We reported that AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) was obviously activated in highly aggressi...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Coconut oil has almost no oleic acid.
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  @chris48 I don't know, Chris. It does seem easy to get a little too much of it. Here’s a list of the top 20 foods and oils high in oleic acid and the percentage of the acid that makes up the total f...
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By Chris48, 4 weeks ago

  Thank you, Johan! I am wondering whether that should impact her diet since oleate is found in very healthy foods like olive oil, avocados and nuts. Usually those are rather known as anti-cancer foods....
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Curcumin suppresses metastasis of triple-negative breast cancer cells by modulating EMT signaling pathways
RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation  

By johan, 4 weeks ago

  Oleate Promotes Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cell Migration by Enhancing Filopodia Formation through a PLD/Cdc42-Dependent Pathway

 

 

 

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