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Cancer kills more than six hundred thousand people every year. Though there have been great strides made in the fight against cancer, we are still losing the battle each year. Cancer Affects All Kinds of People at All Ages Even for public figures, celebrities and those who we would consider wealthy, there is no protection […]

proton pump

Repositioning of proton pump inhibitors in cancer therapy — download the full PPI from Cancer Chemother Pharmacol by Zhen-Ning Lui, Bing Tian, and Xiu-Li Guo.   Many of you may be aware that I have concentrated my cancer research on the glycolytic nature of many cancers. Cancers that are glycolytic, such as GBM and triple negative […]

retinoic acid

Retinoic acid may improve immune response against melanoma — an article from Science Daily. Myeloid derived suppressor cells (MDSC) play an important role in tumor progression. In cancer patients, the presence of MDSCs is associated with low survival rates and tumor recurrence. MDSCs have a remarkable ability to suppress T-cell responses and to modulate the […]

Prostate cancer ultrasound treatment as effective as surgery or radiotherapy – an article by Imperial College London. This is a ground-breaking and game-changing study for males. For may years, the only curative treatment for males with prostate cancer that had not spread outside the prostate was surgery or radiation therapy. What is particularly exciting about […]

low dose chemo

Low-dose Chemotherapy Protocol Relies on Normalization of Tumor Blood Supply – an article from Massachusetts General Hospital. If you search metronomic chemotherapy at, you will find at least 178 citations. While most oncologists will tell you that either low dose chemotherapy does not work, or that there has not been a randomized trial comparing standard […]

Doctor greating patient

Testosterone Research Brings New Hope for Cancer Patients – an article from Science Daily. This is certainly not the first article published on the benefits of anabolic steroids for cancer cachexia. Anabolic steroids, such as testosterone and nandrolone, not only reduce muscle wasting, they also increase erythropoietin release, thereby mitigating the anemia and fatigue associated with […]

breast cancer

New Research Finds That Routine Breast Cancer Tests Lead to Unnecessary Mastectomies and Chemotherapy – an article from Cancer News. This article may temper the celebrity-endorsed enthusiasm for prophylactic mastectomies for those with BRCA mutations. In addition, another study out of Duke Cancer Institute followed women with a BRCA mutation who had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, […]

Colorectal Cancer

This is not the first article to document the potential efficacy of the antifungal agent, itraconazole. Multiple studies have shown that itraconazole inhibits cancer, not only through WNT inhibition, but also, through reversing MDR (multidrug resistance gene), inhibiting the Hedgehog pathway, and inhibiting angiogenesis. Human data have been published using itraconazole with prostate cancer, NSC […]

Needle and Arm

Can Oncolytic Viruses Improve Immunotherapies? — an article from Cancer Therapy Advisor. Most of the exciting current research in treating cancer revolves around immunotherapy. Although the PD-1, CTLA-4, and PD-L1 inhibitors have made a large impact in a subset of patients, the reality is that only approximately 20% of patients benefit from these checkpoint inhibitors. Oncolytic […]

personalized vaccine

Personalized cancer vaccine may increase long-term survival in patients with deadly brain cancer — an article from Science Daily. Unfortunately, with all of our new cancer drugs, we have been unable to improve survival for patients with glioblastoma (GBM). Northwest Biotherapeutics, Inc uses a personalized vaccine, by taking the patients’ tumor, and making a lysate […]