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johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 20 hours ago

  Hi Daniel, I couldn't edit my post, could you? here's the link:
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 20 hours ago

  The results of enzyme activity measurements from rat astrocyte cultures showed that NKA could also use NH+4 in place of K+ as a substrate. {ref}
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 days ago

  Ammonia can compete with phenylalanine for the enzymes involved in the formation of phenylacetate (PA) and phenylacetylglutamine (PAG), leading to decreased formation of PA and PAG and increased level...
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 days ago

  "it appears that the high-protein, high-fat, low-fiber diet typically consumed in America today will result in high concentrations of ammonia in the human colon." {ref}
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 1 week ago

  Good luck!
dng050 RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By dng050, 1 week ago

  @j I think we will do (far-infrared) sauna to increase blood flow before the IVC. Although worried about the heat shock proteins might assist cancer cells, we hope the potential advantage might outwei...
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 1 week ago

  Inhibition of autophagy by chloroquine potentiates synergistically anti-cancer property of artemisinin by promoting ROS dependent apoptosis
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 1 week ago

  In this en vivo study (colon cancer), Doxycycline upregulated the expression of NF-κB, MMP-9 & VEGF, downregulated p53, cytochrome-c, caspase-3 & caspase-9 expression. Something to be aware o...
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 1 week ago

  @dng050 Enhanced Anticancer Effect of Adding Magnesium to Vitamin C Therapy: Inhibition of Hormetic Response by SVCT-2 Activation IV Artesunate with IV C I think K2 could work well with Vitamin C...
johan Treatment for Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer May Be at Hand  

By johan, 1 week ago

  Dr. Robert A. Nagourney, MD link to article Few diseases strike greater fear into the hearts of patients than pancreatic cancer, with over 62,000 new diagnoses and 49,000 deaths in 2022. The overa...
dng050 RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By dng050, 1 week ago

  After tapering off the tablet medicine, my brother is not well. While waiting for chemo/immunotherapy, we will try intravenous vitamin C. Are there ways to add synergy to IVC? Here is our current pro...
lhcollins3 Fenbendazole for Equine Eye Cancer  

By lhcollins3, 1 week ago

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  I had great success following Tipton's Protocol for my little Yorkie's nasal cancer. I now have a horse with eye cancer and could use help figuring out dosage for 1,200 lbs. Also, suggestions for fat?
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  Not exactly, but it emphasizes the message or hypothesis I'm trying to convey. Cheers
Daniel RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  @j I knew you wanted to get to PB 😀 Have a very nice weekend!
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  Aha! PB, indeed. We've come full circle! A few peptides can cause cancer to go into complete remission. Exceptional cases but still, it's the elephant in the room, Daniel. Even on this forum, we've s...
Daniel RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  @jens HI Jens. Thank you for the response. What pharmacies you tried? Those from Germany? If yes, they may be not happy to send them out of EU without a prescription. The other solution would be to ca...
Daniel RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  @j Hi J. Thank you for sharing the points above. There are many that have observed many things and have drawn many conclusions, some good some less good. In my comment above I am not discussing specif...
jens RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By jens, 2 weeks ago

  @daniel Hi Daniel. We are located in England.
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  I postulate that a) ammonium can replace potassium and b) high ammonia increases sodium in the cell. Thus, you need to get rid of the ammonia, not the sodium.
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  Marine life would be plagued with cancer if it was the sodium 😋
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  In his clinical practice, David Brownstein, MD has observed that the opposite is the case. In fact, he recommends adding sea salt and Celtic salt to the diet of cancer patients. Those salts are 30 to ...
Daniel The Incidental Use of High-Dose Vitamin D3 in Pancreatic Cancer  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  The Incidental Use of High-Dose Vitamin D3 in Pancreatic Cancer Background: Pancreatic adenocarcinoma is associated with a very poor prognosis, with a 5 year survival of ∼7.2%. Vitamin D has long bee...
Daniel RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  @j Hi J, A short comment from my side due to time constrains: Sodium has indeed a major role, via Na/H exchange that is known to be overactive in many cancers. I addressed this subject here pH in Canc...
Daniel RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By Daniel, 2 weeks ago

  @jens Hi Jens, where are you located?
johan RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By johan, 2 weeks ago

  I wonder if Dr. Max Gerson was right when he claimed that diseased cells contained too much sodium and too little potassium, or if it is really the ammonia displacing the potassium from the cell's int...
Shanti RE: Clioquinol Zinc Ionophore for Terminating Advanced “Decreased Zinc” Testosterone-Dependent Prostate Cancer: A Case Report  

By Shanti, 2 weeks ago

  Hi Jens, I found a calculation sheet we made when we were doing the IVC and attached it here, it is based on the documents I directed you to previously. What the sheet is showing is that for every 50...
jens RE: Clioquinol Zinc Ionophore for Terminating Advanced “Decreased Zinc” Testosterone-Dependent Prostate Cancer: A Case Report  

By jens, 2 weeks ago

  Hi Shanti. Thank you for the information on IVC . I appreciate it. We are trying to find a nurse to be able to administer since I don't know how. Did you every try syrosingopine with your husband an...
jens RE: My experience with Intravenous Vitamin C  

By jens, 2 weeks ago

  @healthyandhappy Hi We are in the position of having to administer the IVC at home and need the the information regarding cannula insertion. Were you able find out how to get training and also where ...
Daniel Use of Targeted Therapy in Combination with Sodium Phenylbutyrate in Colorectal Cancer after Failure of Second-Line Therapy—A Potential Strategy for Improved Survival  

By Daniel, 3 weeks ago

  Preliminary Findings on the Use of Targeted Therapy in Combination with Sodium Phenylbutyrate in Colorectal Cancer after Failure of Second-Line Therapy—A Potential Strategy for Improved Survival Colo...
Daniel RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive  

By Daniel, 3 weeks ago

  @dng050 Albendazole is another option for HIF inhibition Kind regards, Daniel
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