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asafsh RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By asafsh, 9 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @daniel Daniel, sure, i agree with you. The competition is a main driver in today's world. The only problem money. Big money. Ironically, in USA, FDA welcomes cheaper treatment alternatives while R&a...
asafsh RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By asafsh, 9 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @jcancom it is difficult for me to answer this question as my background is quite outside of medicine or biomolecular research fields. The price information i got while searching for possible treatmen...
GgE RE: Combo Metformin And Syrosingopine!!!! Looks Awesome!  

By GgE, 10 hours ago

Metabolic Inhibitors
  Posted by: @jpizzuto The results of Shirley's latest blood work came in yesterday. Her cancer antigen marker CA15-3 took a sharp turn upward, going from 138 to 172 this month. It had been increasin...
dumbcritic RE: Oncolytic viruses  

By dumbcritic, 11 hours ago

Immunotherapy
  A phase I/II study combining a TMZ-CD40L/4-1BBL-armed oncolytic adenovirus and nab-paclitaxel/gemcitabine chemotherapy in advanced pancreatic cancer: An interim report Background:Pancreatic ductal ade...
snoraste Cholera vaccine added to Fenbendazole  

By snoraste, 11 hours ago

Repurposed Drugs
  Any thoughts on combining Cholera vaccine with Fenben for Prostate Cancer?
dumbcritic RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By dumbcritic, 11 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @jcancom One company is using healthy (T) cells from donors. They screen for different phenotypes, including for exhaustion and senescent markers, both before engineering and after production, as well...
Manuone RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Manuone, 12 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @marcosbomber901 Hi Marcos! A very interesting article! . Unfortunately I am finding limitations with the use of 2 dg. It seems that after more than a year and a half my mother does not tolerate it we...
marcosbomber901 RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By marcosbomber901, 13 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @daniel it looks like we're not going wrong. 2DG+V9302
gmt RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By gmt, 17 hours ago

Repurposed Drugs
  Thanks Daniel. Yes, I have seen your post on Mebendazole which was what introduced me to the compound. It is great all the work you do here. I have seen the other links as well. I am not yet on any t...
Daniel RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Daniel, 22 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @asafsh Yes asafsh. That's huge. Let's hope cheaper options will become available. And there is hope for that. As technology advances and is widely adopted, the related solutions are naturally becomin...
Daniel RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Daniel, 22 hours ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @jcancom I am also wondering if this could become faster accessible to humans J, as based on their statements it seems they expect a possible go to market in a few year, which indicates that the manuf...
Daniel RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By Daniel, 22 hours ago

Repurposed Drugs
  @gmt Hi Gmt, In my experience, everything is available everywhere if we really want it. Given that Mebendazole has low toxicity profile and may be relevant to any type of cancer based on the mechanism...
gmt RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By gmt, 1 day ago

Repurposed Drugs
  Thanks Daniel. It seems oxibendazole (oxantel 5) and Fenbendazole is not available where I am. However Mebendazole tablets are readily available. Could Mebendazole have efficacy in the case of Pancr...
johan RE: Please help with new strategy , refractory Hodgkin lymphoma  

By johan, 1 day ago

Lymphoma
  Posted by: @inabari @johan @daniel Dear Daniel and Johan Thank you for your replies, i odered salvia a fisetin to add to my regimen. i have done the pet scan and bloodwork the last friday and i´m...
Jcancom RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Jcancom, 1 day ago

General discussions & thoughts
  asafsh, I am wondering whether it might be possible to develop an off-the-shelf product using this research. If they could possibly develop a universal MR-1 T-cell, then the cost might be enormously r...
Jcancom RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Jcancom, 1 day ago

General discussions & thoughts
  D, it surprises me how many differences exist between cancer and normal cells. The dogma has always been that curing cancer is sooo tough because cancer cells are so similar to normal cells. Yet after...
asafsh RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By asafsh, 1 day ago

General discussions & thoughts
  @daniel Yes, this is a great news. But CAR-T cost ... unconfirmed up to 400K . Not many can afford this price.
Daniel RE: Wow!!!! An immune approach to treating all cancer?  

By Daniel, 1 day ago

General discussions & thoughts
  Posted by: @jcancom D, actually this is the one. The abstract talks about how this has already been used in melanoma patients? Is that correct? J, I was reading some news and came across this artic...
Daniel An inexpensive drug (Hydroxyurea) counteracts treatment resistance in patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML)  

By Daniel, 1 day ago

Leukemia
 
Ray Donnelly RE: Combo Metformin And Syrosingopine!!!! Looks Awesome!  

By Ray Donnelly, 1 day ago

Metabolic Inhibitors
  @jcancom I have received it, and the company was kind enough to send me a free packet of 25 lactate strips. One thing that's giving me pause from using it is that I wonder if it wouldn't be of more va...
Daniel RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By Daniel, 1 day ago

Repurposed Drugs
  @gmt Hi Gmt. Here is one example Kind regards,Daniel
Daniel RE: Please help with new strategy , refractory Hodgkin lymphoma  

By Daniel, 1 day ago

Lymphoma
  @inabari Hi Inaki, Maybe Creatinine and Colagen I would only take from time to time. Those you use look good to me. Maybe will add low dose aspirin too? Kind regards,Daniel
Inabari RE: Please help with new strategy , refractory Hodgkin lymphoma  

By Inabari, 2 days ago

Lymphoma
  @johan @daniel Dear Daniel and Johan Thank you for your replies, i odered salvia a fisetin to add to my regimen. i have done the pet scan and bloodwork the last friday and i´m waiting for the resu...
gmt RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By gmt, 2 days ago

Repurposed Drugs
  @daniel Hello Daniel, Thank you for your extensive work on this forum. You had mentioned in your earlier post that Oxibendazole is easily available online but I am not able to see it online. Can you...
John Pizzuto RE: Combo Metformin And Syrosingopine!!!! Looks Awesome!  

By John Pizzuto, 2 days ago

Metabolic Inhibitors
  No. I tried loratadine and cimetadine together about two months ago, but it gave her diarrhea. I told her that's one of the possible side effects. She doesn't want to take anything that can cause d...
GgE RE: Combo Metformin And Syrosingopine!!!! Looks Awesome!  

By GgE, 2 days ago

Metabolic Inhibitors
  Posted by: @jpizzuto The results of Shirley's latest blood work came in yesterday. Her cancer antigen marker CA15-3 took a sharp turn upward, going from 138 to 172 this month. It had been increasin...
Kuldeep Choudhary RE: Testicular Cancer Treatment  

By Kuldeep Choudhary, 2 days ago

Testicular cancer
  and fun fact i was diagnosed on the same date of your post
Kuldeep Choudhary RE: Testicular Cancer Treatment  

By Kuldeep Choudhary, 2 days ago

Testicular cancer
  hi daniel I guess I know why I am only one here because its hard to die from TC but I have failed most of my treatment now on gemcitabine and paclitaxel. my tumor markers are stable but i do have few...
Daniel RE: Combo Metformin And Syrosingopine!!!! Looks Awesome!  

By Daniel, 2 days ago

Metabolic Inhibitors
  Posted by: @jcancom Hmm, this one is not overly surprising though reassuring nonetheless. What they found was that the latest generation of immune check point drugs are inhibited by Warburg metabolic...
Daniel RE: Dozens of non-oncology drugs can kill cancer cells  

By Daniel, 2 days ago

Repurposed Drugs
  @manuone Thanks for your reaction Manuel. This is indeed very relevant one as its effectiveness seems to be correlated with MDR expression. The higher the expression, the higher it's anti cancer effec...
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