May 24, 2017
Any proven way to reduce the spread/ metastasis of prostate cancer?
This is a cut paste. Analysis later.
Contains amygdalin [Source] – assuming it works!
- bean sprouts
- raw almonds
obese men with prostate cancer are more likely to have aggressive tumours. prostate cancer cells were more likely to invade nearby tissue when mice were obese – this was due to the presence of more fat tissue. [Source]
ASPIRIN – MEDICAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
“We found that regular aspirin intake after prostate cancer diagnosis decreased the risk of prostate cancer death by almost 40 percent,” Among men with prostate cancer, regular aspirin use after diagnosis was associated with a 39 percent lower risk of dying from prostate cancer. [Source]
Allard speculated that aspirin’s ability to suppress platelets in the blood — which is why aspirin can cause bleeding as a side effect — might help explain how aspirin could prevent the lethal progression of prostate cancer.
“Platelets probably shield circulating cancer cells from immune recognition,” he said. “By depleting those platelets, you’re allowing the immune system to recognize the cancer.”
Allard added that aspirin likely helps prevent the cancer from spreading to other areas of the body, such as the bone.
In the study, men without a diagnosis of prostate cancer who took more than three aspirin tablets a week had a 24 percent lower risk of getting a lethal prostate cancer.
NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE RECOMMENDATIONS ON DIET
- processed tomato
- Vitamin D
eating a diet rich with omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid could stop the spread of prostate cancer, but omega-6 fatty acids appear to promote the spread [Source] = READ THIS STUDY IN FULL.
freeze-dried black raspberries and strawberries [Source].
Patients’ story: https://cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,31581,0.htm
CUT DOWN ANIMAL FATS??
Arachidonic acid (AA) – a type of omega-6 fatty acid found in meat and fish. Cancer cells exposed to AA became rounder in shape and sprouted projections which helped them squeeze through gaps in surrounding tissue. But treating the cells with statins prevented the changes, says a report in the British Journal of Cancer. [Source]
vascular-targeted photodynamic therapy (VTP),
In a broad clinical trial at 47 treatment sites across 10 different European countries, 49 percent of patients with early prostate cancer that were treated with VTP went into complete remission, compared with 13.5 percent in the control group. [Source] – but this is not necessarily superior.
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