What compunds have anti-cancer/tumor shrinking properties?
12-04-2005 11:28 PM
Most of meowmeow's posting is straight from the BAC catalog, beyond-a-century. com
Whenever I want ideas for possibilities, I check the BAC catalog. I may not buy from them, but it's a great place to get research ideas.
12-05-2005 12:29 AM
12-05-2005 01:49 AM
hey I really appreciate the answers fellas! Thanks again!
12-05-2005 10:17 AM
TTA has shown to be very good at stopping cancer cell growth...pubmed it.
12-05-2005 10:29 AM
You are somewhat correct. I am not possitive about ralox and anastrozole but nolva reduce cancer in some tissue while causing it to form other places especially in women. Not the safest form of cancer treatment.
Originally Posted by drroberts87
In any case antioxidants are a major key to not developing cancer in the first place.
And to whoever said mushrooms is right on. There is one type of mushroom in specific that they make tea out of in russia I believe. It is shown to be extremely high in antioxidants. I'll find out what its called.
Nevermind found it in a search, little towns in which this mushroom tea is consumed daily found almost no cancer. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/harold.wicks/kombucha.html
12-05-2005 11:51 AM
okay I looked up IP-6...
I am assuming NOW is a trustworthy brand...
I saw a few websites about it, and some of it looks really shady..you know how those anti-aging, etc products attract some pretty shady characters...
what is pretty much ther best brand of IP-6? Thanks again for the answers!
By the way, can someone direct me to the study where TTA can cause tumor shrinkage? Hey that that sounds cool..since I am taking Melting Point right now..lose fat and fight cancer..now that would be some good news to pass along! Thanks again!
12-05-2005 12:08 PM
12-05-2005 12:31 PM
Interferon beta is used and easily mixed in solution, here's a brief article that summarizes:
Originally Posted by FENRIR
and Interleukin beta is also widely used. Interleukin beta and interferon are "off-patent" and very expensive. maybe someone else knows if these are available as research only.
12-05-2005 01:16 PM
I'm so glad you asked!
I believe the first line of defence should be fortified with Amygdalin/Vitamin B17: http://www.worldwithoutcancer.org.uk/
You can pick up bulk apricot seeds (one of the best sources of amygdalin) here: http://cancerchoices.com/apricot.htm
Even more alternative therapies: http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/cancer1/altthrpy.htm
No one need die from cancer any longer.
12-05-2005 01:21 PM
Broccoli is supposed to help as well, I believe you can buy broccoli extract.
12-05-2005 05:25 PM
And I'm finding BAC gets a lot of their info from www.LEF.org which has quite a collection of extensive articles on supps and how to use them for ailments.
But either way, both are terrific companies with good products.
Also look into tumeric/curcumin extract. IP-6 has a lot of positive findings for fighting tumors. All the above recommendations should keep your friend busy..and hopefully alive.
12-09-2005 01:32 AM
hey thanks for the info. Awesome. thanks for the help!
12-09-2005 10:20 AM
Cancer doesn't stand a chance with the minds around here!
12-11-2005 11:11 AM
IMO I feel sesathin may have some cancer-fighting abilities. Either way it is very good for you.
12-18-2005 03:07 AM
where would be a good place to find B17?
Are there any respectable places to buy?
12-19-2005 04:04 AM
depends on where is the tumor.
12-19-2005 10:35 AM
The throat I believe.
Originally Posted by judge-mental
Hilarious quote by the way. ha ha
12-22-2005 06:46 PM
12-22-2005 11:26 PM
Astaxanthina really interests me... Not really too many companies producing it in pure for that I know of though. Anyone know a good astaxantine product?
12-22-2005 11:37 PM
what is that exactly?
Originally Posted by Kendog
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