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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. haidut

    Drostanolone (a DHT Isomer) May Treat Prostate Cancer

    The bad news for the DHT-driven theory of prostate cancer just keep piling on. There have been at least 3 human trials in the last 5 years demonstrating that the direct injection of testosterone (T) into the prostate can stop advanced, inoperable prostate cancer. There are also studied showing...
  4. haidut

    The (in)famous Condition “chemo Brain” May Be Simply A State Of Low DHEA

    The condition known as “chemobrain” is notorious among cancer survivors and many other patients undergoing toxic interventions with chemotherapy and may affect up to 85% of cancer patients. It amounts to severe cognitive dysfunction, memory problems, and even personality changes that result in...
  5. haidut

    Yet Another Study Shows That Chemotherapy Drives Cancer Metastases

    More news coming in, corroborating earlier posts on the topic. It seems the MD profession is the only one that still has not wisen up to the fact that trying to "kill" the cancer only makes it spread/grow and turn into a killer itself. Chemotherapy Causes Cancer Metastases, Tumor Evolution...
  6. haidut

    Cortisol Therapy Makes Cancer Resistant To Treatment

    As many forum users probably know, glucocorticoid treatment is one of the main lines of therapies in cancer. It is considered highly beneficial due to reducing inflammation and swelling/pain in inflamed/cancerous tissue. However, recent studies have shown that immune dysfunction is perhaps the...
  7. haidut

    Cancer Cells Develop "addiction" To Treatment; Stopping It Is Therapeutic

    This is the sad state the medical profession has reached. Over the last 5-7 years a number of studies have found that in many conditions stopping the active treatment actually improves the health of the person. This has been noted in a number of conditions, especially "autoimmune" ones (i.e. RA...
  8. haidut

    Chemotherapy Causes Cancer To Spread And Makes It Lethal

    Not really surprising, given what Ray has written over the years and other studies I have posted before. It is well known even among die-hard oncologists that chemotherapy is virtually guaranteed to cause a secondary cancer even if the person survives the primary tumor. Chemotherapy Causes...
  9. haidut

    Breast Cancer Screening Useless, A Third Of Women Get Treated For Harmless Cancers

    Ray wrote in a recent newsletter of his about the Appalachian cancer "paradox" - i.e. women living in that region who have breast cancer have much higher survival rate and longer lifespan than women in the rest of the country despite the extreme poverty in the region. In Ray's words, this...
  10. Fame

    Fasting During Chemo?

    Hi there, I have been doing a lot of personal research on Cancer lately, and just recently came across a man named Valter Longo. Basically as I understand it, he promotes fasting prior to chemo treatment and just after. Honestly, I havent looked too deeply into his research yet as I...
  11. haidut

    The So-called "chemobrain" Condition May Be Due To Decreased Dopamine

    Many patients with cancer complain of brain fog, forgetfullness, confusion, and irritability. The condition has been called "chemobrain" as it often starts shortly after initiating chemotherapy sessions and thus fat medicine is baffled as to what causes it. Judging by the signs, I have always...
  12. haidut

    Chemotherapy Causes Cancer Metastases, Tumor Evolution

    Most people on the forum are familiar with Ray's opinion on "treating" cancer by the "cut, poison, burn" method - i.e. not only it does not work but in many cases makes the cancer more resilient and spread when it otherwise it would not have done so. Well, it seems there is now validation of...