I was shortly looking through potential solutions forLeukemia and here is a summary of my (limited) view on that so far:

A major approach when trying to treat leukemia is to focus on Iron depletion (chelation).
This can be done with Artemisin, Baicalein and Ciclopirox olamine or even Galium compounds.
Next to that, as you can see in the references below, Salinomycin, 3BP, Niclosamide and Ivermectin may be suitable.
Thus, salinomycin should be regarded as a novel and effective agent for the elimination of leukemia stem cells and other tumor cells exhibiting ABC transporter-mediated multidrug resistance.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20350531
Chelation of intracellular iron with the antifungal agent ciclopirox olamine induces cell death in leukemia and myeloma cells. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19589922
Baicalein:Based on its traditional use and the documentation of its antitumor effects against various human cancer cell lines, baicalein has been used recently by doctors in Asia as a complementary supplemental agent in the treatment of hepatomas and leukemia in human subjects.
(Baicalein is also an Iron chelator)
Niclosamide has shown antiproliferative activity in a broad spectrum of cancer cells including hematologic cancer cells (e.g., acute myeloid leukemia, AML) and solid tumor cells (e.g., colon cancer, breast cancer, and prostate cancer) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3777479/#!po=6.25000
The antiparasitic agent ivermectin induces chloride-dependent membrane hyperpolarization and cell death in leukemia cells http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20644115
Regulation of death induction and chemosensitizing action of 3-bromopyruvate in myeloid leukemia cells: energy depletion, oxidative stress, and protein kinase activity modulation.http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/24307199
Mebendazole as a a safe and novel therapeutic approach for acute myeloid leukemia AML. https://www.nature.com/leu/journal/vaop/naam/abs/leu2017317a.html


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2 thoughts on “Leukemia

  1. Hi! I just found your page today. Im learning so much.
    My dad was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome one month ago. Its a rare blood cancer. All his counts are very low. He is only 54. Genetic testing came back with no mutations. We have no cancer in our family. I have bought every supplement to have on hand although we aren’t giving them all to him of course. Trying to learn more about what they can do, what they can and can’t be taken with. He is currently doing an artemisinin protocol by Curt Michael Graydon.
    Can you give me any advice on what direction we should go after this protocol? Thank you.

  2. Hi, I’m sorry to hear your dad is having to deal with this. I’m not familiar with the protocol of Curt Michael but I think Artemisinin is a great option. Some protocols that use artemisinin include iron which I don’t think is necessary and potentially counterproductive. Berberine seems another great option as is Vitamin C and probably Vitamin B2 and Zinc, in addition to the standard treatments.

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