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RE: Baicalein dosage for Breast Cancer tumor

Question1: Is Baicalein a product that you may have to cycle down or stop for a few days or is a person supposed to hang in there and keep taking the ...

9 hours ago
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RE: Baicalein dosage for Breast Cancer tumor

Hi Gorden, Could you provide the link to that post dated 22/02/2024 5:33 am, I'm unable to see it, nor does your forum activity show the post (see a...

11 hours ago
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RE: Baicalein dosage for Breast Cancer tumor

Hi Gordon, Here's more information on the use of Boswellia: If you don't see any benefit in taking 2 caps, about a gram of Boswellia maybe the ...

1 day ago
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RE: Baicalein dosage for Breast Cancer tumor

Hi @gordonh, sorry I missed your post. If you include the forum username in your post it'll send a notification via email. Mine is @j Daniel's is @dan...

2 days ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

I'm sharing Chris's response again for @kels (in the original post the notification doesn't appear to work). Thanks again, Chris!!

3 days ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

@chris48 wonderful news! Here's an interesting study I recently found, about luteolin: "luteolin as a potent compound that blocked the pyroglutamati...

3 days ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

it includes 4 four medications: metformin, atorvastatin, doxycycline, and mebendazole.

4 days ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

@kels here's @chris48 last update on Bianca's complementary treatment: "She is still on the COC protocol + Apigenin, Luteolin, Quercetin, Bromelain,...

6 days ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

@kels Hi, here are studies showing efficacy in preventing or inhibiting metastasis in TNBC:Mebendazole prevents distant organ metastases in part by...

1 week ago
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RE: can we talk about salicinium

sorry @ozzieme I don't know anything about salicinium.

2 months ago
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RE: Pseudouridine: What is it and Why Should you Care?

confirmation of the igg4/galectin-3 link: IgG4 + surprise theory of Galectin 3

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

Melatonin staat op je lijst van supplementen en can ferroptosis remmen.

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

chemo kan het leven soms wel redden, het hangt af vd omstandigheden, indien je je sterk genoeg voelt zou ik het niet zomaar afwijzen. Het is wel heel ...

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

Probiotics I prefer are Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Saccharomyces boulardii. Don't know anything a...

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

@inge-belgie here are a few observations:Ferroptosis is the only anticancer mechanism mentioned in your spreadsheet if that's the objective youneed to...

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

@inge-belgie ja je kan het hier plaatsen.

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

@inge-belgie I understand, I'll try to answer any questions you have please post what protocols you're considering for your treatment and what doubts ...

2 months ago
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RE: Leiomyosarcoom

Hi, I know very little about her protocols but Mclelland has a Facebook group, I assume she addresses questions related to her protocols there:

3 months ago
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RE: TNBC / testing strategies in a NED situation

@jens I'm very very sorry, Jens. I was hoping for a miracle. You didn't make any mistakes, when such an aggressive cancer comes back there aren't m...

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@daniel could you check on the antispam setting of the forum, I just typed a response to @ram including a link to Pubmed and it didn't get thru. annoy...

3 months ago
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RE: Doxycycline, Metformin, and Chemo

meant to type "anticancer synergies"

3 months ago
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RE: Doxycycline, Metformin, and Chemo

@ram just recently I started looking into pancreatic cancer, from my specific perspective of anti-synergies I must add, but I'll expand my searches an...

3 months ago
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RE: Doxycycline, Metformin, and Chemo

@ram thanks! In a pro-oxidant strategy, you're pushing cancer cells beyond their capacity to deal with oxidative stress. In my view, chemotherapy alre...

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@ram and since you are planning on using apigenin and luteolin note that there are possible synergistic effects among these molecules, for more info o...

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@ram studies have used varying doses, anticancer effects appear to start at relatively low doses albeit not likely achievable through diet. But yes sa...

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@ram half-life is short about 5 hours I believe so it's best to spread it out over the day e.g. morning, noon, evening

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@ram 2 to 3 days generally is enough time, yes.

3 months ago
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RE: Apigenin to enhance chemotherapy

@ram you need to check the supplements against each drug used in the cancer treatment. Some supplements can interfere with how much of the drug enters...

3 months ago
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RE: Supplements and weekly low-dose metronomic chemo

@ram Maybe a little there's no way to tell but natural products can reduce harm to normal cells e.g. curcumin reduces cytotoxicity of 5-FU ref Prote...

3 months ago
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RE: Piperlongumine

@ram I wouldn't worry about any antioxidant activity you might find in the scientific literature about PL, if any it's weak and will not produce any p...

3 months ago
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