AHCC Cured My HPV infections and Cervical Cancer?

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The primary objective of this research was to evaluate AHCC supplementation to modulation of the host immune system to clear HR-HPV infections

Dear Cancer Coach- After reading your blog post about the supplement called AHCC and how it resolves the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), I am sending you my personal experience on the subject.
I was diagnosed with cervical cancer 2013,  I underwent surgery to cut out the cervical cancer. .
Then I had a scare of a reoccurrence in 2015.  My surgical oncologist removed polyps.
In 2016 I was told that HPV was back and it would be back to the routine of waiting and watching. Scary because I already had it turn to cancer…. so I studied as much as I could and found AHCC … I took and stayed on ahcc according to suggested studies.
In 2019 my oncologist told me that the HPV virus was completely gone. My doctors seemed completely surprised too. I smiled because I believe that supplementing with AHCC got rid of my HPV virus…
I did tell my doctors about AHCC  but they didn’t believe me. But HPV doesn’t go away 😉 mine did because it was eradicated by AHCC…
I have my medical records step-by-step how all of this occurred. I’ve been through a lot and I thank you for taking the time to get this information out, I wished more women knew..
Sincerely, Karen

Hi Karen-
I’ve blogged about AHCC and cancer because HPV increases the risk for my own cancer, multiple myeloma. I supplemented with AHCC and I believe that I cleared my HPV.
But I appreciate a testimonial from a cervical cancer survivor who also had HPV. The studies below cite in vitro and in vivo results. You provide me with the experience of an actual cancer survivor.
Thank you very much,
David Emerson
  • Multiple Myeloma Survivor
  • MM Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer


From Bench to Bedside: Evaluation of AHCC Supplementation to Modulate the Host Immunity to Clear High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Infections

Objective: There is currently no effective medicine or supplement for clearance of high risk- human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) infections. We have taken a systematic approach evaluating the potential use of AHCC supplementation to support clearance of HR-HPV infections. The primary objective of this research was to evaluate AHCC supplementation to modulation of the host immune system to clear HR-HPV infections from bench to bedside.

Methods: Cervical cancer cells, CaSki (HPV16+), HeLa(HPV18+), SiHa(HPV16/18+), and C-33A(HPV), were treated in vitro with AHCC 0.42 mg/mL daily x7 days then observed x7 days with daily sample collection.

Tumors were evaluated for HR-HPV expression by PCR. Two pilot studies of 10 patients each were conducted in women with confirmed persistent HR-HPV+ infections. The 1st study evaluated AHCC 3g from 5 weeks up to 6 months and 2nd study evaluated AHCC 1g < 8 months. HR-HPV DNA status and the immune panel were monitored at each visit.

Results: HR-HPV clearance was observed in vitro and confirmed in the animal studies as a durable response. Four of six (66.7%) patients had confirmed HR-HPV clearance after 3–6 months of AHCC 3g. Similarly, 4 of 9 (44%) patients had confirmed HR-HPV clearance after 7 months of AHCC 1g. Suppression of IFNβ <25 pg/mL was observed in those clearing the HR-HPV infection.

Conclusion: Pre-clinical in vitro and in vivo studies demonstrated durable clearance of HR-HPV infections. The preliminary data from the two pilot studies suggested that AHCC supplementation supports the host immune system for successful clearance of HR-HPV infections. A confirmatory phase II randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study is ongoing.

In First Human Trial, Mushroom Extract Cures HPV Infections

“It’s a potential breakthrough in treating the currently untreatable human papilloma virus (HPV) — one that comes directly from nature.

At a recent Society for Integrative Oncology conference, Judith A. Smith, a pharmacist and an associate professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Medical School, presented the results of a small study that found the supplement active hexose correlated compound (AHCC) can eliminate the HPV virus.

The nutritional supplement is made from Japanese mushrooms.

Smith noted that HPV is linked to 99 percent of cervical cancers cases, as well as cases of many other potentially fatal cancers. As it stands, there are no medications or supplements that can effectively treat HPV.

“Patients who learn that they have HPV, and their doctors, are understandably frustrated because all we can do is monitor them for the abnormal changes associated with cancer. What we need is a safe, effective treatment for HPV before the cancer occurs,” Smith said in a press statement…”

 


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