Research published in The Journal of Cell Biology, from a team led by Susana Gonzalo, Ph.D, illustrates our ability to dramatically reduce the risk of breast cancer – even with a BRCA1 gene mutation. Continue reading “‘BRCA 1 GENE’ – WHAT IS “A PLETHORA OF RESEARCH” CATEGORICALLY TELLING US??”
There appears to be a lot of smoke and mirrors around cancer therapies and cancer healing, so it’s about time there is more transparency around all treatment options, especially when there is an emerging therapy which is proving to be one of the most effective treatment protocols around today!! Continue reading “THIRD GENERATION ‘IMMUNOTHERAPY’ – THE UNVEILING OF A REVOLUTIONARY CANCER HEALING STRATEGY!!”
THE EVIDENCE SHOWS THAT THE ANSWER IS A RESOUNDING “YES, THERE IS MOST DEFINITELY CAUSE FOR CONCERN”:
To follow on from a previous post, it has been shown that a wide variety of medications, including anti-fungal medications, anti-convulsants, glucocorticoids, medications to treat Aids/HIV, and now cancer drugs have been added to this list of drugs adversely impacting Vitamin D levels. Research is now coming to light that chemotherapeutic drugs can ‘enhance the breakdown of Vitamin D and lead to low levels‘!! Continue reading “CANCER DRUGS AND VITAMIN ‘D’ DEFICIENCY!! IS THERE CAUSE FOR CONCERN??”
Vitamin D Makes Breast Cancer Cells Fall Apart
“Dr. Cedric F. Garland of the University of California’s San Diego Moores Cancer Center is the epidemiologist who has connected the dots between Vitamin D deficiency and cancer. According to Garland, in nearly all forms of breast cancer, vitamin D affects the structure of your epithelial cells. These cells are held together by a glue-like substance called E-cadherin, which provides structure to the cell. E-cadherin is made up of mostly vitamin D and calcium.
If you don’t have adequate vitamin D, that structure comes apart and those cells do what they are programmed to do in order to survive — they go forth and multiply. If this growth process (cell proliferation) gets out of control, you may end up with cancer.
If you have breast cancer in progress, the addition of vitamin D can help stop cancer cells in their tracks by replenishing E-cadherin.”