The CC Formula
Most of these new technologies against cancer still have to prove their efficacy in clinical trials. Continue reading
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, Ph.D. Continue reading
It has been well established that chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer can induce toxic side effects on the body.
This is an unfortunately common consequence of these therapies due to their effects on healthy cells. One type of toxic side effect induced by chemotherapy and/or radiation is mucositis.
There are scientists and researchers running tests aboard the International Space Station in an effort to learn more in cancer biology.
Since its founding fifty years ago in 1958, NASA’s exploration and research missions have benefited people around the world through the expansion of our civilization’s horizons, the acquisition of knowledge, and the development of new technologies and applications that provide amazing new advances in the quality of human life.
We all have non-normal cells, this is well known in the scientific world, but not quite understood by the general public.
The Cell Cycle has been intensively studied to help in determining the cause of cancer. This has actually been going on for centuries, from Otto Warburg in the 1920s to a recent publication in 2014 with the new definition of Carcinogenesis, almost 100 years later. So now what?
Stem cells, immunotherapy, and antibodies are the new beginning in cancer treatments.
Experts discuss the process and review the future of different forms of treatment and the cost associated with them.
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 anaerobic mode.
The series of clinical trials for potential drug discovery and therapy can cost hundreds of millions of dollars and years of investigations.
The human costs are even greater: patients with progressive terminal illnesses that may have just one shot at an unproven but promising treatment.