An Abnormal Result For A Bowel Cancer Screening Test!

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  1. BrianF

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    A family member - recently recovered from breast cancer - and now informed of an abnormal result from a bowel cancer screening test. Talk about a kick in the guts, the woman's been through enough.

    I would like a protocol in place for her regardless of the final results and was thinking the following;

    Estroban
    Niacin amide
    Aspirin
    Extra K2 (since its in the Estroban anyway).

    Any thoughts, suggestions, ps - criticism welcome!
     
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    Those are good as a start. Raising vitamin D levels is also very important if they are low. Emodin/cascara has shown great benefit for bowel cancers, methylene blue is also a great addition. There are other options like higher dose tetracyclines antibiotics, and a chemical called Triptolide, but I will try the other options before using triptolide.
    Triptolide - Wikipedia

    Finally, checking hormones like prolactin, estrone, DHEA-S, progesterone, etc should help as people with any kind of cancer often have high estrogen/cortisol and low levels of protective hormones like DHEA/progesterone and actually even androsterone (yes, in women).
     
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    Thanks Haidut, will look into these. Vit D levels should be decent, she supplements that with a good quality product but then again, maybe not as high as you would assume. I will request some blood works.
     
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    The same family member used a high DIM (Delgado Protocol) with Aspirin to combat breast cancer. The cancer was localised and she was fortunate enough to receive radiation treatment via gamma knife which kept the effects of the radiation localised too. Results have been great, all fibroids cleared up and a 12 months check showed only shadows where a lot of non-cancerous fibroids used to exist. The specialist was surprised as she'd never seen this before From that perspective it was helluva effective, only thing is, taking that amount of High Dosage DIM for nearly two years has left her experiencing serious hypothyroid symptoms. I wanted to the family member to stop with the DIM but she is keen to take on a min dosage for the time being, recognising that its had some pretty powerful effects both positively and now negatively.
     
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