Note: this entire site has not been peer reviewed, however, all references have been peer reviewed.
This page summarises the latest research on how to increase your chances of remaining cancer free.
This research is mainly from medical journals on www.PubMed.org.
This information is primarily aimed at glioblastoma, and is also applicable to cancer and all-cause mortality in general.
Recently, humanity has made extraordinary progress in dealing with cancer. Here is just one sample:
Increase your odds of beating cancer
These cancer interventions are some of the best non-chermotherapy options that www.PubMed.org has hard evidence on, and are carefully researched using a methodology based on Bayes theorem.
- The cancer options in this list are generally ordered by their effectiveness.
- The reverse order is generally the safety.
|Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN).||9/10||8.5/10||Balance of evidence is that LDN is safe and effective against cancer and a wide range of other diseases related to abnormal cell division. More …|
|Sodium Dichloroacetate (DCA).||9/10||7/10||DCA is probably the most powerful non-chemotherapy drug that one can use against cancer. More …|
|Tetrathiomolybdate.||8/10||8/10||If Copper/Zinc ratios are skewed, extremely effective at halting cancer growth. More …|
|Budwig Protocol.||7/10||10/10||Many people owe their lives to the Budwig Protocol. More …|
|Aloe Arborescens.||6/10||10/10||Balance of evidence is that Aloe Arborescens is safe and effective against cancer. More …|
|Curcumin.||7/10||10/10||Curcumin is proven to reduce the risk of cancer by normalising Angiogenesis. More …|
|Melatonin.||6/10||9/10||Reduces long term cancer risk. More …|
|Reduce Processed Sugar.||6/10||10/10||Reduces long term cancer risk. More …|
|Sodium Bicarbonate and Citrus Flavonoids.||5/10||10/10||Reduces long term cancer risk. More …|
|Vitamin D.||6/10||10/10||Sufficient Vitamin D levels cut your risk of cancer by almost as much as quitting smoking. More …|
|Ketogenic Diet.||4/10||10/10||Good supporting diet to cancer. More …|
|Selenium.||2/10||10/10||Optimum selenium levels reduces the risk of cancer. More …|
|Iodine.||2/10||10/10||Sufficient iodine levels will reduce the risk of cancer. More …|
|Magnesium and Zinc.||2/10||10/10||Reduces long term cancer risk. More …|
This is the same list of cancer interventions, with each intervention in its broad category:
- Normalising cell division is covered by the Low Dose Naltrexone page.
- Apoptosis is programmed cell death and is covered by the Sodium Dichloroacetate (DCA) page.
- Angiogenesis is controlling blood vessel formation. By normalising angiogenesis, cancer cells are starved of their blood supply and cannot grow. Examples of these interventions are on the angiogenesis page.
- Glucose deprivation is covered by the Reduce Processed Sugar and the Ketogenic Diet pages.
- Micronutrients reduce long term cancer risk, and are covered by the Vitamin D, Iodine, Selenium, Magnesium and Zinc pages.
- Boosting the immune system is covered by the Aloe Arborescens, Budwid Protocol and Melatonin pages.
Specific Medical Conditions
- Cancer. This site is aimed at cancer in general.
- Glioblastoma. This site was created with glioblastoma in mind.
- Melanoma Cured.
- Basal Cell Carcinoma.
- Crohns, Celiacs, IBD, IBS, Ulcerative Colitis (UC).
www.pubmed.org is a free resource that provides access to MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine database of citations. PubMed comprises more than 24 million citations, and is continually updated with new research. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
If there is a promising intervention for a medical condition, it will be on PubMed.
It is one of the primary sources that doctors use when performing research. If you have a medical condition that traditional medicine seems unable to address, there is no need to wait for your doctor to search PubMed for you. You can do it yourself.
In the United Kingdom, doctors spend an average of 7 minutes with each patient. Any reasonably intelligent and motivated person, with enough time on their hands, can use PubMed to research into a narrow topic with great depth, then present the journal references to their doctor.