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    I am very unclear why the researchers used clioquinol. Clioquinol was involved in one of the worst pharmaceutical disasters of the 20th Century with SMON in Japan. There has to be another zinc ionophore that could be as effective if not more so.

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      Also of note is that low zinc appears to be a necessary aspect  of prostate cancer. There are very few other necessary aspects of cancer that readily spring to mind which is what makes it such a challenging illness to treat. This would need to be clarified with further research, though if found to be true would be a significant advance. It would represent an off switch for prostate cancer. With the prostate can...

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        tomatoman, there are quite a few exciting possibilities that emerge with this insight about zinc and prostate cancer. For example, as the article noted there is substantial room for using zinc levels as a biomarker for prostate cancer. The research found that the change in zinc occurred before the cancer manifested. One might be able to dignose this with a sperm sample. If there were a problem then preventative pro-...

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          Emad, you are doing such an amazing job, that you should know that you are the clinical expert here. For almost everyone it would be very well-advised to let the pros handle chemicals such as sali and 3-BP. Sali and 3-BP appear to be heavy-hitters. I think that I would still try and look around for TACE.   Probably your best plan would be to feel around for effectiveness on the lower side of dosing. This ...

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            Emad, I am somewhat iffy on vitamin C. The clinical trial results to date have not been overly impressive. For me it is a bit more that there is a lot of potential there and when everything lines up, then something might really happen. However, they keep moving up the dosing and then new suggestions of combos are proposed. At the very least though it seems to be a good one to have in your polypharmacy. By being ope...

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              tomatoman, here you go, no paywall. Int J Cancer Clin Res.2016;3(1). pii: 037 PMID:26878064

              Yesterday at 5:57 PM view post
              • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                Still didn't go through: https://www.clinmedjournals.org/articles/ijccr/international-journal-of-cancer-and-clinical-research-ijccr-3-037.pdf Might need to past together the two below: https://www.clinmedjournals.org/articles/ijccr/international- journal-of-cancer-and-clinical-research-ijccr-3-037.pdf

                Yesterday at 5:53 PM view post
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                  Here it is again: https://www.clinmedjournals.org/articles/ijccr/international-journal-of-cancer-and-clinical-research-ijccr-3-037.pdf

                  Yesterday at 5:51 PM view post
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                    ernemef, the researchers have been at this one for the last 50 years, here's an article without a paytoview wall.   https://www.clinmedjournals.org/articles/ijccr/international-journal-of-cancer-and-clinical-research-ijccr-3-037.pdf

                    Yesterday at 5:49 PM view post
                    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                      ernemef, zinc chelation versus zinc ionophore http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/iub.253/pdf

                      Yesterday at 5:24 PM view post
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