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Fermented Wheat Germ Extract in the Treatment of Cancer (PART 1)

Cancer cells exhibit increased glycolysis, a phenomenon known as the “Warburg effect” which is considered one of the most fundamental metabolic alterations during malignant transformation.
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An Integrative Approach to Fibroids, Endometriosis, and Breast Cancer Prevention

Estrogen is the single common factor in women developing fibroids, endometriosis and breast cancer. Estrogen-sensitive breast cancer is the most common type of breast cancer, which is why estrogen over production and trouble ridding the body of excess estrogen is potentially harmful. Other factors exacerbate the problem, including inflammation, blood sugar metabolism (dysglycemia) and emotional stress.
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Cancer As Systemic Functional Diseases: Defining The Cancer Domain (Part 1)

In this two-part series of articles, the concept of cancer as a systemic functional disorder will be developed, and a general framework of managing disorders associated with malignant cellular proliferation will be described based upon this model. In part 1 of this series, the establishment of a cellular milieu characteristic of cancers will be developed.
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Remission of Stage IV Metastatic Ocular Melanoma to the Liver

The following is a rare case of remission of liver cancer through an initial treatment of chemotherapy followed by ortho- molecular treatment. The patient is a 76- year-old caucasian female with a history of ocular melanoma in the right eye treated with radiation implant. Three years after the radiation, a CT scan revealed multiple lesions in the liver.
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Cancer: Genome-Wide Mutational Signatures of Aristolochic Acid and Its Application as a Screening Tool

Genomic sequencing experts at Johns Hopkins partnered with pharmacologists at Stony Brook University to reveal a striking mutational signature of upper urinary tract cancers caused by aristolochic acid, a plant compound contained in herbal remedies used for thousands of years to treat a variety of ailments such as arthritis, gout and inflammation.
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A Holistic Approach to Cancer: An Interview with the Team from Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)

This is an excerpt of an interview in Feb/March 2007 with Edgar D. Staren, MD, a practicing surgical oncologist; Timothy C. Birdsall, ND, is vice president of Integrative Medicine for CTCA; and Roger C. Cary, MHA, is the chief operating officer of CTCA.
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Nutritional Approaches for Integrative Oncology

Nutrition therapy is increasingly playing a bigger role in cancer prevention and treatment. The literature points to genetic causes of cancer at only 5-10%, while environmental influence is attributable to a dramatic 90-95% of all cancers. Diet alone accounts for up to 35% of all environmental influencers, which surprisingly exceeds tobacco (30%).
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