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  1. T

    Risk of cancer in patients with glaucoma: A nationwide population-based cohort study

    Abstract To compare the risk of cancer development between patients with glaucoma and those without, we conducted a nationwide population-based cohort study using the Korean National Health Insurance Database. Individuals with diagnosis of glaucoma between 2007 and 2016 were identified, and...
  2. haidut

    Aspirin may treat pancreatitis...and other fibrotic conditions

    While most of medicine's attention is focused on acute pancreatitis (AP) since AP is often deadly, rates of chronic pancreatitis (CP) have been rising over the last 2-3 decades and it is now recognized that CP is a "gateway" condition to either liver or pancreatic cancers. Officially, CP has no...
  3. Peachy

    Tips for mitigating chemo?

    Hi there. I’m supporting someone who’s about to start chemo and was wondering if anyone has ideas for mitigating the damage - on chemo day and beyond. He’s been doing pretty well maintaining his strength with a more metabolically supportive diet and basic supplements. On chemo day he wants to...
  4. B

    Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (Friend diagnosed w/it)

    A friend of mine (Age 35) was diagnosed with CLL Now, I've seen this thread, but I'm curious if anyone has anything else/more specific to say. Anyone know more of the "Artmenisin protocol? I don't have my friend's lab results but I could ask for them if they could help... He is about to take...
  5. haidut

    Cancer relies on fat as fuel due to high reductive stress

    One of the few studies out there that not only links cancer with impaired OXPHOS, but demonstrates directly the role of reductive stress (exemplified by the NAD/NADH ratio) in cancer's appetite for fats as fuel required for the cancer survival and proliferation/metastasis. It also once again...
  6. AlphaCog

    Beneficial effects and side effects of DHEA: true anti-aging and age-promoting effects, anti-cancer and cancer-promoting effects of DHEA.

    The author evaluated the effects of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) on the amount of telomeres of normal cells and cancer cells and found the following: Contrary to the literature, which often recommended 25-50 mg of DHEA daily for the average adult human being, the author found that, depending on...
  7. haidut

    An estrogen antagonist treats many cancers, including triple-negative breast cancer

    Just a portion of the title is already paradoxical, according to mainstream medical dogma. Namely, how can an estrogen antagonist treat triple-negative breast cancer that is supposedly fully immune to any hormonal effects!? Well, maybe the whole idea of hormonal "receptors" as the only mechanism...
  8. A

    Please help, my dad has a tumour.

    Hi all, I'm reaching out to you for help and advice. I appreciate any insightful input. My dad has recently developed a tumor in his bladder. This has caused his bladder wall to thicken to 11mm, with what is called 'associated restricted diffusion' as well as 'perivesical stranding' according...
  9. haidut

    Vitamin D can prevent, and even reverse, the cancerization process

    The study is on ovarian cancer but I don't see why its findings won't apply to all other cancers, as the study itself states, especially the ones forming in the abdominal cavity and involving the peritoneum. he study found that vitamin D can actually restore the "cancer" cells back to normal...
  10. Elie

    Rectal cancer disappears for every patient in small experimental drug study

    'Unprecedented' study appears to cure 14 patients' rectal cancer. What about other types? https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2201445 Promising outcome. No evidence of tumor six months later. I wonder how this fits with the bioenergetic model of health and disease.
  11. peatypie

    Cancer - email from Dr. Peat

    I recently emailed RP with the following question: His Response: "The gene activation is often a matter of degrees, that can be offset by reducing inflammation. Cancer Res. 2007 Oct 1; 67(19): 9286–9293. Nitric Oxide Inactivates the Retinoblastoma Pathway in Chronic Inflammation Lei Ying,1...
  12. Impero

    Friend diagnosed with rarest Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (CTCL)

    Hey everyone. A family friend has just been diagnosed with Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (CTCL); according to what the doctors told her, "the rarest type of CTCL." Because they have no clue how to treat it—and because she's in her 30's and can bear it—they are going to administer her with 7 days...
  13. haidut

    Blocking androgens causes inflammation and prostate disease/cancer

    Yet another study striking directly the incredibly corrupt theory known as the "androgen hypothesis" - i.e. that androgens are the cause of many of the issues aging males experience, especially prostate enlargement (BPH) and/or prostate cancer. For almost a century now, the so-called standard of...
  14. haidut

    Estrogen may cause/exacerbate reflux disease (GERD)

    A very interesting study, which once again corroborates the hypothesis that there is no chronic condition, which is not either caused or heavily influenced by steroids. Among the conditions medicine considers not to be linked to hormone imbalances is the extremely common "reflux disease"...
  15. haidut

    Stem cells availability, and their differentiation, depend on metabolism

    Once again, the master controller role metabolism plays in human life is revealed in yet another experiment. The study below demonstrated that the degree of cell "stemness", as well as its differentiation into a specific organ/tissue depends entirely on the metabolic rate of the cell, and thus...
  16. haidut

    Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine inhibits OXPHOS, may cause/promote aggressive cancer

    Another "shocking" study about COVID-19 vaccines. Spoiler alert - the claims that they cause cancer may very well be true and the mechanism of action may be metabolic. The study below demonstrated that within 4 days of cell exposure to the Pfizer vaccine solution (containing mRNA), there was a...
  17. A

    Intermittent dietary lysine restriction with normal maize, might have the value and potential for cancer prevention or therapy

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC7071719/ Introduction Cancer is a complex disease. There are more than 100 distinct types of cancer but sharing common hallmarks, including sustaining proliferative signaling and evading growth suppressors [1, 2]. The anabolic and catabolic...
  18. peatypie

    Need help - Cancer

    I rarely post but I know this forum is filled with brilliant minds so hoping to gather some helpful suggestions. I was diagnosed with anal cancer in early 2020 (thought I had hemorrhoids but then the conversation veered off into weird territory with discussion about cancer). I am female and...
  19. Lejeboca

    Ray Peat Interview KMUD - February 18, 2022

    https://archive.kmudfm.org/ Yet another packed with information show. This is the first time I've heard Dr. Peat talking about mTOR, mentioning that progesterone is precursor to glucocorticoids, and why he does not in favor of (wisdom) tooth extraction. "The brain is participating...
  20. haidut

    Blocking serotonin may treat leukemia and other blood cancers

    Yet another cancer is revealed to be metabolic of origin and potentially treatable with cheap and widely available anti-serotonin chemicals (e.g. Benadryl, cyproheptadine, the ergot derivatives, etc). Conversely, the study raises serious questions in regards to whether the explosion in blood...
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