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

@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 c...

3 days ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

After tapering off the tablet medicine, my brother is not well. While waiting for chemo/immunotherapy, we will try intravenous vitamin C. Are there wa...

4 days ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

@j An interesting idea. We have always had LDH in the high range, and many times above the normal range. It was a pleasent surprise that two weeks on ...

2 weeks ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

@daniel Yes, we have your very helpful list of mitochondria inhibitors as a reference. We are hesitant with IP6 & Inositol due to low ferritin (35...

2 weeks ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

UPDATE JANUARY 2023:We have now exhausted the tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) as CT scan in December 2022 shows growth in the lung tumors, making th...

3 weeks ago
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RE: Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Inhibits Lactate Dehydrogenase

From the abstract of the article referred by @aliml2: "Our results suggest that PQQ, modulating LDH activity to facilitate pyruvate formation thro...

6 months ago
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RE: Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Inhibits Lactate Dehydrogenase

@j Hi, Johan. He is stable for the moment on a TKI, but there are some troubling blood work, such as elevated LDH (230) and platelets (320).

6 months ago
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RE: Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Inhibits Lactate Dehydrogenase

@aliml2 Very interesting, we have been looking for a way to reduce LDH in lung cancer without using any drugs. Have started R-Lipoic Acid, and will ta...

6 months ago
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RE: Hydrogen gas inhalation for NSCLC

Hi, @jcancom. No, I have not heard. Are they good? Last time I heard about taletrectinib, my fellow Facebook group members mentioned that it was going...

7 months ago
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RE: Hydrogen gas inhalation for NSCLC

The Asclepius from China produces 3 L/min of hydrogen gas. It can be purchased from outside China. I think you might get a discount from the Facebook ...

10 months ago
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RE: imuno -- anyone tried this treatment?

Dear @dumbcritic, that trial was interesting. We have seen recommended by imuno.org that the imuno be nebulized to get it to the lungs for efficient t...

11 months ago
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RE: Efficacy and safety of curcumin in combination with paclitaxel in patients with advanced, metastatic breast cancer

@daniel, I was thinking about these studies which suggest that curcumin is either an inducer/inhibitor/activator of CYP3A4, which many drugs are metab...

2 years ago
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RE: Efficacy and safety of curcumin in combination with paclitaxel in patients with advanced, metastatic breast cancer

Will curcumin IV (or any other phytochemical given IV) avoid the potential drug interactions which we might get when taking curcumin orally?

2 years ago
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RE: Deuterium-depleted water for adjuvant treatment of cancer

Thank you, Johan! Very nice resources. I have ordered the book by dr. Cowan and am eagerly awaiting to learn more about deuterium-depletion. We have s...

2 years ago
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RE: Hydrogen Gas

Thank you, Jcancom, for your valuable perspectives.After my brother noticed that crizotinib began to lose effect (due to escalated breathing difficult...

2 years ago
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RE: 3met --- Gold-Metformin Prodrug --- Treating Aggressive Breast Cancer

This sounds fabulous. But I guess it is only at the cell research phase?Dng050

2 years ago
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RE: Hydrogen Gas

What could we take to make hydrogen gas even more powerful?My brother has, unfortunately, progressed while on targeted therapy (crizotinib). We have b...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

UPDATE NOV 2020Dear all,An update on my brother's current situation for those who are interested:About three months have passed since I last posted on...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

I tried to ask for entrectinib in two Facebook groups (one for ROS1 and one for ALK), but was stopped in one group. The moderator said it was not allo...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

MichalH, we were using the "ordinary" Legalon. I was not aware of the difference between Legalon vs. Legalon Forte Madaus. So I went on eBay and bough...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

MichalH, actually there is no progression. It is just that my brother's liver cannot tolerate crizotinib - his liver ALT has rised to about 500 (norma...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

Thanks a lot, MichalH. I was not aware these generic TKI's were available. I tried to find TKIs relevant to my brother's mutation (ROS1), but could no...

2 years ago
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RE: FENBENDAZOLE / MEBENDAZOLE for TNBC

HI @bharat, how did you manage to source Methylglyoxal? Kind regards,dng050

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

Daniel, I think dr. Anne Sofie Salicath passed away in the spring of 2020. I saw that in a Facebook post from Lars in Norway. Thank you for sharing he...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

Dear friends,@jcancom, the articles you referred to looked quite intriguing. Ideally, my brother would have continued on crizotinib since he de facto ...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

Dear @daniel and @jancom,This is the medications and supplements my brother has been taking while the cancer progressed: Medications Crizotinib,...

2 years ago
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RE: Re-puporsed drugs to treat NSCLC, ROS1-positive

STATUS UPDATEDear friends,My brother failed to rechallenge crizotinib (due to elevated liver enzymes), so we had to look for another TKI option. His o...

2 years ago
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