COX2 Inhibitor Celecoxib As Anti-Cancer Drug

Bernard 2008 COX2 Inhibitors for Hematologic Malignancy

COX2 Inhibitors As Anti-Cancer Agents The COX2 (Cyclo-Oxygenase) pathway is upregulated in cancer, and COX2 inhibitors (celecoxib) can inhibit cell proliferation, tumor  invasiveness, and angiogenesis.  They can also overcome apoptosis resistance by BCL2, and overcome P-glycoprotein/MDR drug resistance, as well … Continue reading

Salicinium Non-Toxic Anti-Cancer Agent

Salicinium Logo Perfect Balance

Salicinium Non-Toxic Anti-Cancer Agent by Jeffrey Dach MD A few recent articles in Townsend Letter for Doctors discuss Salicinium as a non-toxic anticancer agent.(1-2)  Salicinium was patented in 2011 by Joe Brown as a glyco-benzaldehyde, by adding glucose to benzaldehyde.(19) … Continue reading

Metformin Repurposed Anti-Cancer Drug

Metformin_500mg_Tablets_Jeffrey Dach MD

Metformin Repurposed Anti-Cancer Drug Metformin, FDA approved in 1994,  is known as “the Good Anti-Diabetic Drug” , taken by 150 million people worldwide for control of blood sugar in Type Two Diabetes.(57)  Remarkably, metformin is also an anti-cancer drug.  In … Continue reading

Doxycycline Vitamin C Anti Cancer Synergy

Doxycycline Vitamin C Anticancer

Doxycycline Vitamin C Anti-Cancer Synergy Eradicates Cancer Stem Cells I was simply astounded by a publication appearing last week in Oncotarget  on anti-cancer synergy of Doxycyline and vitamin C.(1)  This is a really huge breakthrough in cancer research,  in our … Continue reading

Intravenous Vitamin C as Cancer Chemotherapy

Intravenous Vitamin C as Cancer Chemotherapy

Intravenous Vitamin C as Cancer Chemotherapy by Jeffrey Dach MD Susan is a new patient who wants hormone replacement for relief of menopausal symptoms.  While chatting during her first visit, Susan mentioned that her OB/Gyne doctor has been following her … Continue reading

Can Chronic Stress Cause Cancer ?

Chronic Stress – Nervous Breakdown and Catatonia The classic 1949 war movie, “Twelve Oclock High” starring Gregory Peck, reveals the effect of chronic stress on B-17 pilots during the war.  After many weeks of stressful daylight bombing raids,  Gregory Peck … Continue reading