posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 07:07 PM
reply to post by crazydaisy
It's all definitely preventative... but a good deal of these studies were done in the form of attacking existing cancer cells instead of just trying
to block cells say in rats they put under conditions where they were expected to grow new cancer. Majority were attacking existing cells / tumors. I
can only think of one in specific where they were trying to block cancer: there were subjecting rats to UV trying to cause skin cancer.
Most items on the list had papers that discussed how the different compounds "synergistically" assisted each other, or assisted "chemo" chemical
Don't count on any one single silver bullet when it's time to kill cancer.
Research the side effects and potential interactions the best you can. It's a crime that doctors aren't ALL all about best doing that.
They charge $10,000 a day that you're in the hospital, and don't even give a sheet of paper to go home with covering any of this info.
pulled this off for free in about a week. Now it's penny's to print. Evil people in this world.
[edit on 22-8-2010 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]