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    November 26 at 5:08 PM view post
    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

      This thread has become completely unmanageable! Over 5000 posts! It is not possible to find anything. What can we do to make this better able to communicate the ideas that we have developed over the last number of years? We have learned about cancer and developed important insights that could be of help to others, though the sheer bulk of the posts obscures these insights. This thread is buckling under the stress cau...

      November 26 at 2:24 AM view post
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        The Nektar results are very impressive. https://www.nektar.com/application/files/3515/7333/2286/Diab_et_al_PIVOT-02_Melanoma_SITC_2019_Oral_09Nov19Final.pdf https://www.nektar.com/science/scientific-posters

        November 24 at 5:54 PM view post
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          The Nobel prize in medicine has been awarded for 2019 -- that was about a month ago. I heard about the announcement within a day or so and all that I was able to process was that it was something about oxygen levels and perhaps something about HIF-alpha and that it was possibly related to cancer. It was quite vague so I went about my business. It has only been in the last day or so that clarificaiton has emerged; Sp...

          October 18 at 12:02 AM view post
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            JohhnyP, sorry for my absence from the thread. D's forum has been quite active of late, since he posted a comprehensive list of treatments. Such a list should help people out a great deal as cancer can be so overwhlemingly too much information when people initially receive a diagnosis. People want something to get started with right away and often they get sidetracked with a great deal of research without much clinic...

            October 04 at 12:37 AM view post
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              critic, thank you very much for the correction. It has been difficult trying to make it through the translations. D directed me to the Glab website in America. They have listed a large number of cancer indications that they they intend at some time to clinically test with KAT (which is in fact 3-BP). I am not entirely sure whether or not Korean trials will also be brought forward. There is of course Cage Pharma, that...

              September 18 at 2:06 AM view post
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                JohnnyP, I wonder whether a chitosan formulation would be helpful. When methylglyoxal was formulated in chitosan,NanoMG, there was a dramatic escalation of efficacy. Very startling news! KDA has approved the 3BP phase 1 and apparently they are all set to dose next month? This thread has waited all these years to see this happen. It is such a blessing that someone is finally going to move this into a proper clinical...

                September 11 at 10:37 PM view post
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                  Laura, I am sorry to hear of your loss. After several years of our efforts, we are beginning to see a number of responses to metabolic approaches (especially on D's forum). The building momentum behind this strategy would seem undeniable. Once a 3-BP formulation were firmly in clinical trials my guess would be that an entire ecosystem of synergistics would rapidly materialize: Almost anything would likely have a cha...

                  August 08 at 1:39 AM view post
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                    JohnnyP, always great to hear great news from you! I am so glad that you continue to find new treatment possibilities. Standing still is clearly not a strategy one want to try with cancer. It really is an enormous frustration when these prescription roadblocks cause a traffic jam on the freeway. How much clearer does the democratic process have to be than the Right to Try nationwide mandate? This allowed drugs that ...

                    August 08 at 1:09 AM view post
                    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                      JohnnyP, yes there was a modest response reported by anca in the first reply on that thread. Strangely, we have not had many posters on D's forum discussing cachexia, so I will follow your exploration of this aspect of cancer management carefully. Your post has sparked an interest in how we could use upgrade our thread to help people more effectively locate information. This is somewhat in reference to my reading ab...

                      July 30 at 12:24 AM view post
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