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After only a few treatments of IV α-lipoic acid and IV vitamin C, his symptoms (renal cell carcinoma) began to improve… While I think anecdotal evidence opens up cancer patients to only part ofContinue reading
“In what researchers said is the second study of its kind, it was determined that circulating vitamin D binding protein (DBP) is inversely associated with the risk of kidney cancer.1″ WhetherContinue reading
“We observed that cell proliferation and viability were markedly inhibited by curcumin, while cell apoptosis was promoted…” Dear Cancer Coach-I had a kidney removed in February of thisContinue reading
The patient had stable disease with disappearance of the signs and symptoms of stage IV RCC, a full 9 years following diagnosis Hi David-I have Renal Cell Carcinoma stage 4. I have need studying the ALAContinue reading
Recently, ablative techniques, such as radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and cryoablation, have taken a more prominent role in the treatment of Kidney Cancer According to the Society of InterventionalContinue reading
Thereby, the codelivered nanoassemblies of sorafenib and curcumin provided a promising strategy to enhance the combinational therapy of HCC.” Hi David, I’ve read your article, I have heard before aboutContinue reading
“Resveratrol potentiated sorafenib induced inhibitory effect on constitutive STAT3 and STAT5 phosphorylation, apoptotic effects in 786-O cells, and this correlated with down-regulation of variousContinue reading
“I quickly jumped off the table and went over to the computer screen, and I immediately knew I had kidney cancer (renal cell carcinoma (RCC)).” As a physician, cancer was not something unknownContinue reading
I fired Dr. T. and told him that if someone hangs up a shingle as primary care doctor and doesn’t know the symptoms of esophageal cancer, then he shouldn’t be in the business. In 1994 I wasContinue reading