Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

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RE: Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

by robert5 on Fri Mar 27, 2020 03:42 PM

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Tibby, in 2001 we were getting a Boxer, a breed prone to dying frm cancer by age six. We had the Boxer 13 years before succumbing to an autoimmune disease.  I came across "canine Brazil nuts cancer" learning the selenium in the Brazil nut helps prevent cancer and dysplacia in dogs. Turms out, selenium benefits your thyroid, platelets, heart, brain and offers a defense against virus. You'll need 400mcg up to 800mcg a day. Check it out. Learn about the form of selenium in Brazil nuts and the other forms too. Also, since vitamin C is a JAX2 inhibitor use the liposomal form to improve your immune system and against ET. Also look into olive leaf extract and D-Lenolat effects on both virus and platelet function.    

RE: Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

by Isolinjj on Fri Mar 27, 2020 03:54 PM

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I was not aware that Vit C was a Jak2 inhibitor:(  Can you tell me where you learned about that?

RE: Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

by Isolinjj on Fri Mar 27, 2020 05:17 PM

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Sorry, I read that wrong.  I read it as Vit C not being good.  My apologies.  Do you have any reference on how other forms of VIT C affect Jak2?

RE: Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

by Isolinjj on Fri Mar 27, 2020 05:26 PM

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Yes, I was wondering this as well.   If anyone has gone on disability.  I don't take anything for my ET and run a platelet count around 900.  Lots of issues that I think may be due to ET.  Dizziness is the main one.  Leg pain as I have a desk job where I try and stand as much as possible.  Headache/head pain that wraps around my left ear and to my occipital bone on the back of my head.  Pressure in my head.  I eat pretty clean (organic and grass fed, little to no dairy, sugar or gluten).

RE: Essential Thrombocytosis - Life Expectancy

by robert5 on Fri Mar 27, 2020 07:55 PM

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Isolonjj, I learned about it on CancerCompass:

https://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,5968

It stopped itching and night sweats.

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