The Future of Cancer Treatments A New Paradigm

For more than a century, cancers have been classified by the organ or tissue where they begin – the breast, lungs, bone marrow, digestive system, and so on – and therapies have been geared to those specific areas. Fortunately, as we’ve learned more about the basic biological processes at work in cancer, a new perspective has emerged. Continue reading

Understanding The CC Formula – Combining Chemistry – Cell Biology – Natural Science

The Krebs cycle, also known as the citric acid cycle or the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA cycle), describes the metabolic pathways of the higher-order plants and animals in which available fuels, oxygen, water, and other essentials to life are utilized in an aerobic mode. The metabolic system is a well-documented and familiar process involving the basic steps to produce a “higher” form of life. The protection provided by at least 32 steps in the process provides a system that protects the oxygen-driven plants and animals. Continue reading

The Conventional Approach to Cancer Treatment is Questioned

Scientific proof emerges from the heart of the conventional scientific establishment, not from the fringes of alternative medicine. A book published two years ago called Cancer as a Metabolic Disease, written by Thomas N. Seyfried, PhD. Continue reading

The Statistics of Chemotherapy on Cancer

What are the statistics of chemotherapy? Chemotherapy is the treatment of cancer with one or more cytotoxic anti-neoplastic drugs. An older and broader use of the word chemotherapy encompassed any chemical treatment of disease, inhibiting cells, whether they be cancerous self cells or foreign cells such as bacteria. The general concept of this treatment has been used for 70 years originated by the effects of Mustard gas in World War 1 is now a multi billion dollar industry and the standard of care for cancer treatment. Continue reading

The lymphatic System and Cancer

The lymphatic system is a big part of the body’s immune system and a subset of the circulatory system. It is composed of lymphatic vessels, lymphatic nodes and of the body’s organs, most importantly the spleen. The main function is to carry lymph through the body’s lymph vessels in an upward motion towards the heart. Although the lymphatic system is responsible for transporting nutrients, proteins and white blood cells to fight infections, it can also be a method of transportation for diseases to spread such as cancer.

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Smarter Drugs Cellular Biology – Hospitals Overprescribe Antibiotics – Fueling Superbugs

Conventional drug therapies have limitations. To break through, the medical industry is devoting time and money to cellular biology and developing treatments that effectively shut down genes tied to life-threatening diseases and genetic disorders like MRSA. Continue reading

The Human Body’s First Line of Defense is its Immune System

The human body’s first line of defense is its immune system, protecting against foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. A good immune system provides good health. When the immune system malfunctions, people can develop a number of serious, even life-threatening, diseases, including cancer. Continue reading