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Search Results for: Melanoma

Artemisinin as cancer therapy- Myeloma, Liver, and Melanoma

“Artemisinin (ART) is a chemical compound extracted from the wormwood plant, Artemisia annua L. It has been shown to selectively kill cancer cells in vitro and retard the growth of implanted fibrosarcoma

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Angiogenesis, Starve Both Melanoma, Multiple Myeloma?

The tumor microenvironment of melanoma (and multiple myeloma)… is thought to stimulate angiogenesis through different mechanisms…“ I am a long-term Multiple Myeloma survivor of an MM

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Could Probiotics Enhance the Efficacy of Immunotherapy for Melanoma?

These results suggest that we could alter gut microbiota using probiotics, prebiotics etc. in order to improve response to anti-cancer immunotherapy for melanoma Immunotherapy for melanoma has shown real

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Melanoma Therapy- Kills or Inhibits Melanoma Growth by 69% “Without Harming Healthy Cells”

In the study, the compound caused human melanoma cells to die and inhibited tumor growth by about 69 percent in a mouse model… Normally, I never blog about therapies that “show promise”

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Melanoma Dx- Evidence-based, Non-toxic Skin Cancer Therapies

Chronic exposure of solar UV radiation to the skin leads to basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Cancer Coach- Hi from the UK. I am a 3 year stage 3B melanoma survivor who is under a “watch

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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Therapies Guide

An overview of the evidence-based therapies you can utilize to prevent a relapse of non-melanoma skin cancer through diet, supplementation, detoxification, and skin care regimens.

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Anti-Angiogenis for Disease-free Survival in Melanoma

Evidence suggests that β-blockers may have anti-tumorigenic properties, and previous studies demonstrated that propranolol in particular may inhibit angiogenesis and migration of cancer cells, leading

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Epigenomic Changes Slow Melanoma

“Furthermore, when the researchers knocked out these proteins, the melanoma became much less aggressive and more receptive to existing cancer drugs.” I don’t know what they mean when

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Chemo Cream Prevents Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer?

“People don’t appreciate having stuff cut on their face a lot… They do it if there is a (skin cancer) there, but we want to take a proactive approach where we can give them something

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DCA (Dichloroacetate) and Advanced Melanoma-

A case of a 32-year-old male is presented in which DCA therapy, with no concurrent conventional therapy, resulted in regression and stabilization of recurrent metastatic melanoma (mel.) for over 4 years’

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