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Mathematics used to fight cancer

Mathematics is useful for all , and a new research has emerged as a critical tool to increase the efficiency of a type of cancer treatments based on the use of certain viruses .

Researchers at the University of Ottawa in Canada, found suitable strategies using advanced mathematical models to fight cancer with the greatest possible efficiency. 

Mathematics predict how different treatments and genetic modifications could allow oncolytic virus ( virus able to selectively kill cancer cells) overcome the natural defenses that cancer cells use to protect themselves from viral infections.

Oncolytic viruses are cited for their special ability to kill cancer cells without harming healthy . 

Unfortunately , cancer is a very complicated and varied disease, so some of these viruses work well in some circumstances but not in others . 

As a result , much effort has been invested in trying to modify the best possible way these viruses to make them safer , so that never harm healthy tissue while even more effective in killing cancer cells.

Team doctors John C. Bell and Mads Kaern , both from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, used mathematical modeling to develop strategies to make the cancer cells so vulnerable to infection of these viruses as possible , with this result so sought that these viruses efficiently exterminate cancer cells without affecting healthy cells.

By using these mathematical models to predict how each variation in these viruses would affect normal cells and in cancer is feasible , as these researchers have shown , to find "shortcuts" in various lines of research , helping the community to accelerate scientific research and discoveries.

Bell and Kaern established a mathematical model describing a cycle of infection, including how a virus replicates , the cellular defense mechanisms spreads and active. 

From there , these scientists used their knowledge of the key physiological differences between normal and cancer cells to identify how the modification of the virus genome could counteract the antiviral defenses of cancer cells .

The model simulations were remarkably successful , showing the efficiency of viral modifications identified to eradicate cancer in a disease model in mice.

This promising line of research offers many new perspectives. Just have taken the first steps for her to work on a specific type of cancer cells. 

Scientists now investigate other types of malignant tumor cells under the same basic approaches to accelerate progress to help refine by virus attack against cancer cells .

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Foods that fight cancer

Egg yolk contains folic acid that helps to properly replicate Dna and protects it during radiotherapy .

Folate , biotin , niacin and vitamin B6 also help in the fight against cancer.

Fish : the oil providing omega-3 , vitamin A, vitamin D , which has been linked to reduced prostate , breast and colon cancer levels.

Carrots provide carotenoids like beta -carotene, which is converted to vitamin A.

Tomatoes help against many types of cancer : lung , colon , cervical , breast .

Your lycopene helps reduce fat levels in the bloodstream and is a strong antioxidant.

The mushrooms strengthen the immune system.
Brazil nuts are rich in selenium , a potent anticancer agent.

Broccoli helps detoxify the liver and reduces stomach cancer tumors .

Garlic contains selenium , tryptophan and sulfur,based active agents that attack cancer cells.

The beet has anthocyanins that destroy cancer cells.

Legumes such as lentils, chickpeas, beans and even soybeans are a great source of fiber and protein without animal fat.

They also provide lignans that can help neutralize free radicals in the intestine and the bloodstream.

The red and yellow pepper strengthens immune cells and neutralizes toxins .

It is also a good source of carotenoids.

Sunflower seeds are rich in vitamin E and zinc that accelerates healing time .

Guanabana is a tropical fruit that is believed to be 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy.

An herb kills 98 % of malignant cancer cells

Considering that is one of the most deadly diseases , scientists are constantly trying to find a cure and , once and for all , put an end to cancer.

This herb is one of those cures and can kill up to 98 % of cancer cells within 16 hours.

According to research conducted by the University of Washington, artemisinin , a "sweet wormwood" , derived from " Artemisia annua " , was used in Chinese medicine and can kill 98 % of cells of lung cancer in less 16 hours .

The herb used by itself , reduces cell lung cancer by 28% , but combined with iron, " Artemisia Annua " completely successful " erase " cancer, and in the experiment this herb has no impact on healthy lung cells .

Artemisinin has been used in the past as a powerful remedy against malaria , but it is now proven that this cure is also effective in the fight against cancer.

When the scientists added iron while carrying forward the study, which was later linked to lung tissue, artemisinin selectively attacked the "bad " cells and let the "good" intact .

"Overall, our results show that artemisinin stops the transcription factor ' E2F1 ' and mediates the destruction of lung cancer cells , which means that it has a route according to the transcription which controls the growth of artemisinin the reproduction of cancer cells , "they said at the conclusion of the research conducted in the laboratory of cancer at the University of California.

The iron deposited special receptors on cancer cells that help in cell division .

Normal cells have receptors but also have higher amounts cancer accordingly and cancer cells can be a combination of iron and artemisinin target .

Numerous experiments conducted so far and all tested in combination with iron, artemisinin can effectively destroy cancer, and this extract is used in China for thousands of years as a cure for malaria.

The malaria parasite can not survive in the presence of artemisinin because it is rich in iron, and bioengineers Henry Lay and Narendra Singh of the University of Washington were the first to discover it.

His research proved that cancer cells undergo apoptosis or destruction and until then the extract was difficult to get to a more acceptable price, but more and more people show interest in this herb , then prices may be lower .

The French medical industry, "Sanofi " announced that they expect to produce 50 to 60 tons of artemisinin each year , hoping that meets the needs of the world market .

They discover a method that prevents cancer cells to reach the healthy organs

U.S. scientists are responsible for a medical breakthrough that could prevent 90 % of deaths from cancer patients : cancer cells can be destroyed in the bloodstream, preventing them from reaching healthy organs .

Currently, surgery and radiotherapy are effective in the treatment of tumors in the early stages of the disease, but it is often difficult to detect secondary cancers elsewhere in the body, until it is too late for treatment .

Researchers at Cornell University , USA, have found that the injection of proteins in the blood attracts and kills cancer cells before they can spread from the primary tumor to healthy organs.

The principle of the new method , described in the study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ' , is bind proteins with cancer-killing white blood cells that travel through the bloodstream.

When a cancer cell contact adhesive proteins , which is almost inevitable in the hectic blood flow , which accounts for its removal .

" About 90 % of all cancer deaths are related to metastasis, but have now found a way to send an army of murderers of white blood cells that cause apoptosis ( self- killing cancer cells) , deleting them from the bloodstream " explains the biomedical engineer at Cornell University, Michael King . " Surrounded by these guys , it's almost impossible for the cancer cells to escape ," he said .

The scientist has specified that the mechanism is surprising and unexpected , since it has proved that injection of white blood cells is more effective than injecting liposomes directly into the cancer cell or soluble protein.

Researchers have estimated that the new treatment successfully kills cancer cells in 60% of cases.

So far the research has been done on human blood in the laboratory and in live mice , but not in patients .

" Much more research to see if the technique could actually stop the spread of cancer in humans is needed ," admitted King .

Cancer cells die after being exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC )

Cancer cells die after being exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC ), which contains the prohibited plant commonly called " Marijuana " .

Again, this ancient and sacred grass is the protagonist of a scientific discovery that can greatly improve the health of patients with cancer.

What will future generations will think when they know that marijuana was legally prohibited for many years knowing that quasi has magical effects on the mind and in the human body ?

A young biologist from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, made ​​a finding that stunned her .

The cannabinoid in marijuana inhibit cancer development , resulting in a non-aggressive ( and effective ) alternative treatment for the patient.

The Spanish scientific studying cell metabolism when she was surprised by something notably including: cancer cells died after being exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC ), the active ingredient in marijuana .

After his discovery , she made ​​a comparison with previous studies that indicated that cannabinoid also possess analgesic , suppressive effects of nausea , pain , fatigue and loss of appetite, and now adds another quality for patients with this disease.

By the same date, scientists from Harvard University reported that THC reduces the tumor growth in conventional lung cancer and also prevents the spread of harmful cells .

For example , the scientists explained that THC is a kind of missile that seeks to eliminate tumor cells , leaving the rest completely healthy .

Unlike conventional drugs and chemotherapy, which are characterized by their potential physical and brain damage , the use of marijuana opens a doorway to a better life for people with this disease .

Spices and their antioxidant properties, spices that prevent and cure cancer

A selection of spices can avert the multiplying of malignant cells in the body that gradually mature into insurmountable cancer cells.

Spices like turmeric and saffron are inherent with medicinal properties that, when incorporated to our diet from an early stage strengthens our bodies against invasion of toxins, bacteria and viruses.

A conscious effort has been made in the scientific community to provide information about the amount of spices needed to bring about a response and thus their physiological relevance. 

Although the health attributes associated with spice use may arise from their antioxidant properties, their biological effects may arise from their ability to induce changes in a number of cellular processes, including those involved with drug metabolism, cell division, apoptosis, differentiation, and immunocompetence.

The complexity of understanding the biological response to spices first surfaces in the criteria used to distinguish what constitutes a culinary spice and how they differ from culinary herbs. 

These terms are often used interchangeably in the scientific and lay literature. 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines a spice as an “aromatic vegetable substance, in the whole, broken, or ground form,” whose significant function in food is “seasoning rather than nutrition” and from which “no portion of any volatile oil or other flavoring principle has been removed”.

While this is a viable definition, it does not consider the biological consequences of consuming these items and how they differ from herbs. 

The U.S. National Arboretum offers an alternative definition and describes spices as “flavorings (often of tropical origin) that are dried and culinary herbs that are fresh or dried leaves from plants which can be used for flavoring purposes in food preparation” (United States National Arboretum 2.002). 

We must remember that the quantity of an item consumed does not dictate its importance. Thus, to avoid the health significance in any definition would appear flawed.

Three types of biomarkers exposure, effect, and susceptibility are needed to evaluate the effects of spices in cancer prevention and therapy.

Additional information about the amounts of specific spices required to bring about a response (effect) and the interactions of spices with other constituents of the diet, microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, environmental exposures, and human genetics (susceptibility factors) will be needed to unravel the true benefits of adding spices to the diet.

Spices may be a key to determining the balance between pro- and anticancer factors that regulate risk and tumor behavior. 

About 75% of households use dietary approaches to reduce their risk of diseases, including cancer. 

People between the ages of 36 and 55 are increasingly interested in adopting healthy eating behaviors and are gravitating toward ethnic cuisines based on perceived health benefits. 

Many of these ethnic foods are loaded with unique and flavorful spices; however, while dietary guidelines in several countries tend to support the incorporation of spices into diets, quantifiable recommendations for specific amounts have not yet been forthcoming.

Multiple factors may influence the need for spices for reducing the risk of cancer or changing the biological behavior of cancerous cells.

Between 1.970 and 2.005, the overall per capita consumption of spices in the United States doubled, increasing from about 1.6 to 3.3 pounds per year (United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service, 2.007). 

As expected, the consumption of some spices increased far more than others; for example, garlic consumption increased more than sixfold.

The ability of spices to serve as inhibitors of carcinogen bioactivation, decrease free radical formation, suppress cell division and promote apoptosis in cancerous cells, suppress microbial growth, and regulate inflammation and immunocompetence will be discussed as plausible mechanisms by which selected spices may promote health and disease resistance. 

The low toxicity and wide acceptance of spices may make them particularly useful as a subtle personal dietary change that may decrease risk for several diseases.

Multiple cancer related processes may account for the ability of spices to inhibit experimentally induced cancers. 

While these processes are likely critical for determining the risk of cancer and tumor behavior in humans, only limited clinical evidence exists that spices in physiological relevant exposures can alter one or more of these process.

Powerful Spices Proven To Prevent and Treat Cancer

Allspice : the term “allspice” was coined in the 1.600s by the English, who thought the herb combined the flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. 

Allspice is also referred to as “Jamaica pepper,” “kurundu,” “myrtle pepper,” “pimenta,” and “newspice.” 

Ground allspice is not a mixture of spices as some still believe, but arises from the dried unripe berries of the tree Pimenta dioica. 

This tree is native to the Greater Antilles, southern Mexico, and Central America. 

Today, P. dioica is cultivated in many warm areas throughout the world. Allspice is also available commercially as an essential oil.

Allspice possesses antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, anticancer, and antitumorigenic properties (Rompelberg et al. 1.996; Al-Rehaily et al. 2.002; Kluth et al. 2.007). 

It contains a multitude of potential bioactive agents that may contribute to health promotion, including flavonoids, phenolic acids, catechins, and several phenylpropanoids.

The anticancer properties of allspice may be in part due to its ability to influence cytochrome P450 (CYP) activity and thereby influence carcinogen bioactivation. 

Kluth et al. (2.007) cultured human liver carcinoma cells and human colon adenocarcinoma cells and studied the ability of the spice extract to activate mechanisms related to detoxification enzymes. 

Basil : (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb prominently featured in Italian and Southeast Asian cuisines. 

While many varieties of basil exist, sweet basil is one of the most predominant and most frequently examined herbs for its health benefits. 

Basil is originally native to Iran, India, and other tropical regions of Asia, but now it is widely available throughout the world. Basil’s antioxidant, antimutagenic, antitumorigenic, antiviral, and antibacterial properties likely arise from a variety of components including linalool, 1,8-cineole, estragole, and eugenol (Muller et al. 1.994; Chiang et al. 2.005; Makri and Kintzios 2.007).

There is evidence that basil can decrease induced carcinogenesis. 

Providing Swiss mice with a diet containing 150 or 300 mg/kg body weight of basil extract decreased Dmba induced skin tumors (12.5% reduction and 18.75% reduction for lower and higher doses, respectively), and lowered the tumor burden per mouse. 

Compared to the average number of tumors per mouse in the controls, the tumor burden was approximately 2.4 times lower in the low-dose basil group and 4.6 times lower in the high-dose basil group (Dasgupta, Rao, and Yadava 2.004). 

The anticancer properties of basil may also relate to its ability to influence viral infections. Individuals with hepatitis B are recognized to be at increased risk for hepatocellular carcinoma (Fung, Lai, and Yuen 2.009; Ishikawa 2.010). 

Chiang et al. (2.005) evaluated the antiviral activities of basil extract and selected basil constituents in a human skin basal cell carcinoma cell line against several viruses, including hepatitis B. 

Caraway : (Carum carvi), also known as “meridian fennel” or “Persian cumin,” is native to western Asia, Europe, and northern Africa. 

Recently, Kapoor et al. (2.010) showed that caraway essential oil and oleoresins were progressively effectively with dose as antioxidants and more effective than commercial butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytoluene. 

Schwaireb (1.993) examined dietary caraway oil for its effects on skin tumors induced by Dmba and croton oil in female mice. 

The number of carcinomas in those animals provided with caraway oil were significantly less than in the controls.

Caraway may also influence carcinogen activation by its ability to modify carcinogen bioactivation. 

Overall, changes in both phase I and II enzymes are consistent with the ability of caraway and its active constituent to lower chemically induced cancers. 

Cardamom : refers to herbs within the Elettaria (green) and Amomum (black) genera of the ginger family. 

Cardamom is a common ingredient used in Indian cooking and in various parts of Europe. 

As with many spices, cardamom has been demonstrated to have antioxidant properties. 

Kikuzaki, Kawai, and Nakatani (2.001) examined extracts from black cardamom (Amomum subulatum) for their ability to scavenge radicals.

The ability of cardamom to inhibit chemical carcinogenesis was shown by Banerjee et al. (1.994), whose observations suggest that intake of cardamom oil affects the enzymes associated with xenobiotic metabolism and may therefore have benefits as a deterrent to cancer.

Cardamom has also been demonstrated to decrease azoxymethane-induced colon carcinogenesis by virtue of its anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, and proapoptotic activities. 

Cayenne Pepper : also known as the Guinea spice, cow-horn pepper, aleva, bird pepper, or, especially in its powdered form, red pepper is a hot chili pepper used to flavour dishes. 

It is red colored when ripened to maturity, but also eaten while still green. 

It is a cultivar of Capsicum annuum related to bell peppers, jalapeños, paprika and others. 

Besides published evidence suggesting that cayenne pepper may aid weight loss, curb appetite, and lower blood pressure, the component that gives jalapeno peppers their heat may also kill cancer cells. 

Initial experiments in cancer cells and mice show that capsaicin causes prostate cancer cells to undergo a kind of suicide. 

Researchers speculate that, in the future, pills containing capsaicin might be used as therapy to prevent prostate cancer's return.

Capsaicin caused almost 80 percent of prostate cancer cells in the mice to die. 

In addition, prostate cancer tumors treated with capsaicin were about one-fifth the size of tumors in untreated mice.

"Capsaicin inhibits the growth of human prostate cancer cell in Petri dishes and mice," said lead researcher Dr. H. Phillip Koeffler, director of hematology and oncology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and a professor of medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. 

The report appears in the March 15 2.006 issue of Cancer Research.

Cinnamon : is a spice obtained from the bark of an evergreen tree belonging to the Lauraceae family. 

Major constituents in cinnamon include cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, terpinene, α-pinene, carvacrol, linalool, safrole, benzyl benzoate, and coumarin. 

It takes not more than a half teaspoon of cinnamon powder every day to keep cancer risk away. 

A natural food preservative, cinnamon is a source of iron and calcium. Useful in reducing tumour growth, it blocks the formation of new vessels in the human body. 

The ability of cinnamon extracts to suppress the in vitro growth of H. pylori, a recognized risk factor for gastric cancer, gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma, and pancreatic cancer, has stirred considerable interest in the potential use of this spice to suppress human cancers (Farinha and Gascoyne 2.005; Eslick 2.006).

Providing rats with cinnamon bark powder significantly increased several antioxidant-related enzymes in both liver and heart tissue, compared to controls (Dhuley 1.999). 

These enzymes help maintain cellular integrity and protection against oxidative damage from free radicals.

Clove : is derived from flower buds of the Eugenia caryophyllata tree. 

Several bioactive components are found in clove, including tannins, terpenoids, eugenol, and acetyleugenol. 

Cloves are native to Indonesia and are used in cuisines throughout the world. 

While no studies have been conducted in humans to date to evaluate use of cloves in cancer prevention, a few studies conducted in mice suggest its effectiveness, especially in modifying cellular detoxification processes. 

Similar to allspice, clove contains high amounts of eugenol. 

However, this compound cannot serve to increase gastrointestinal promoter activity, suggesting other compounds in clove may account for its biological activity (Kluth et al. 2.007). 

Overall, the findings to date suggest that tissues adapt to exposures to one or more constituents in cloves. 

In doing so, clove may improve the ability of selected tissues to handle foreign compounds that might lead to the initiation of carcinogenesis. 

Based on findings to date, additional clinical studies are warranted to determine the ability of clove to influence drug detoxification pathways.

Coriander : (Coriandrum sativum) is an herb in the family Apiaceae and is native to southern Europe and northern Africa to southwestern Asia. 

Although all parts of the plant are edible, its fresh leaves and dried seeds are most frequently used in cooking. 

Coriander is a common ingredient in many foods throughout the world. 

One of its principal constituents is linalool. 

Several animal studies provide evidence that coriander seeds can promote the hepatic antioxidant system. 

Coriander can also influence foreign compound metabolism. 

Feeding Swiss mice with 160-mg coriander seeds per gram diet resulted in (glutathione S-transferase)GST induction ranging from 20% to 37%, depending on the tissue examined. In another study, Banerjee et al. (1.994) observed roughly a doubling in GST activity in Swiss albino mice that were provided with diets containing coriander oil. 

Cumin :(Cuminum cyminum) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae and is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and India. 

Thymoquinone (TQ) is the most abundant component of black cumin seed oil. TQ has been reported to exhibit antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and chemopreventive properties (Allahghadri et al. 2.010; Nader, el-Agamy, and Suddek 2.010).

Thymoquinone that checks proliferation of cells responsible for prostate cancer. 

Considerable evidence also points to the ability of TQ to suppress tumor cell proliferation, including colorectal carcinoma, breast adenocarcinoma, osteosarcoma, ovarian carcinoma, myeloblastic leukemia, and pancreatic carcinoma (Gali-Muhtasib, Roessner, and Schneider-Stock 2.006).

The multitude of effects caused by cumin serves as justification for its continued examination as a spice with widespread potential for health promotion.

Dill : (Anethum graveolens) is a relatively short-lived perennial spice. 

Dill is an herb that in effect has two components that are dependent on the seasons. 

In the early spring, dill is used for its leaves and in the autumn for its seeds. 

As with other spices, there is evidence that dill promotes drug detoxification mechanisms. Because dill helps maintain cellular oxidation-reduction balance and protects cells against free-radical species, the combination of increased antioxidant levels may be particularly helpful in detoxifying foreign compounds, including carcinogens (Zheng, Kenney, and Lam 1.992).

Fennel : (Foeniculum vulgare) is a plant species in the genus Foeniculum (treated as the sole species in the genus by most botanists). 

It is a member of the family Apiaceae (formerly the Umbelliferae). 

It is a hardy, perennial, umbelliferous herb, with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. 

It is indigenous to the shores of the Mediterranean but has become widely naturalized in many parts of the world, especially on dry soils near the sea coast and on riverbanks.

Fennel contains anethole, which can explain some of its medical effects : It, or its polymers, act as phytoestrogens. Armed with phyto-nutrients and antioxidants, cancer cells have nothing but to accept defeat when the spice is fennel. 

Anethole resists and restricts the adhesive and invasive activities of cancer cells. It suppresses the enzymatic regulated activities behind cancer cell multiplication. 

Garlic : (Allium sativum) is a member of the onion family Alliaceae. 

Garlic has been used throughout history for both its culinary and medicinal properties. 

Garlic’s distinctive characteristics arise from sulfur, which constitutes almost 1% of its dry weight. 

Although garlic does not typically serve as a major source of essential nutrients, it may contribute to several dietary factors with potential health benefits, including the presence of oligosaccharides, arginine-rich proteins and, depending on soil and growing conditions, selenium and flavonoids.

Preclinical models provide rather compelling evidence that garlic and its associated components can lower the incidence of breast, colon, skin, uterine, esophagus, and lung cancers. uppression of nitrosamine formation continues to surface as one of the most likely mechanisms by which garlic retards cancer. 

The ability of garlic to inhibit tumors due to different cancer-inducing agents and in different tissues indicates that a generalized cellular event is likely responsible for the change in tumor incidence and that the response is highly dependent on environmental or other types of biological insults. 

Because metabolic activation is required for many of these carcinogens, there is likelihood that either phase I or II enzymes are altered. 

A breakdown of allicin appears to be necessary for achieving maximum tumor inhibition. 

Allyl sulfur compounds preferentially suppress neoplastic over non-neoplastic cells (Sakamoto, Lawson, and Milner 1.997). 

It is becoming increasingly clear that the response to allyl sulfurs relates to their ability to form free radicals rather than to serve as an antioxidant (Antosiewicz et al. 2.008). 

Allyl sulfurs may bring about changes by influencing the genomic expression by affecting histone homeostasis.

Ginger : (Zingiber officinale) is a member of the Zingiberaceae family and is consumed widely not only as a spice but also as a medicinal agent.

Various animal models have been used to examine the role of ginger in cancer prevention.

For example, Ihlaseh et al. (2.006) exposed male Wistar rats to tumors resembling human low-grade papillary urothelial neoplasia. 

Rats fed with a basal diet supplemented with 1% ginger extract for 26 weeks had significantly fewer urothelial lesions compared to the controls or those fed with the diet with 0.5% ginger. 

Ginger also appears to have antitumorigenic properties. Several cell lines have been examined for their sensitivity to ginger. 

For example, alcoholic extracts of ginger inhibited tumor cell growth for Dalton’s lymphocytic ascites tumor cells and human lymphocytes.

Overall, while the anticancer findings of ginger are intriguing and several processes may be associated with the observed responses, additional studies are needed to clarify the underlying mechanisms and to determine overall benefits to humans (Pan et al. 2.008).

Oregano : scientifically named Origanum vulgare by Carolus Linnaeus, is a common species of Origanum, a genus of the mint family (Lamiaceae). 

It is native to warm-temperate western and southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region.

Oregano is high in antioxidant activity, due to a high content of phenolic acids and flavonoids. 

In test-tube studies, it also has shown antimicrobial activity against strains of the food-borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.

Oregano confirms its worth as a potential agent against prostate cancer. 

Consisting of anti-microbial compounds, just one teaspoon of oregano has the power of two cups of red grapes! 

Phyto-chemical 'Quercetin' present in oregano restricts growth of malignant cells in the body and acts like a drug against cancer-centric diseases.

Rosemary : (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a woody herb with fragrant needle-like leaves. 

Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean region and possesses a bitter, astringent taste and highly aromatic characteristics that complement a wide variety of foods. 

Rosemary is a member of the family Lamiaceae, and it contains a number of potentially biologically active compounds, including antioxidants such as carnosic acid and rosmarinic acid. 

Other bioactive compounds include camphor (up to 20% in dry rosemary leaves), caffeic acid, ursolic acid, betulinic acid, rosmaridiphenol, and rosmanol.

Due to its high antioxidant activity, crude and refined extracts of rosemary are now widely available commercially.While the data are difficult to interpret, when rosemary is added along with other herbs to a balsamic vinegar preparation used in soups and salads, it appears to provide protection again oxidative stress in humans (Dragan et al. 2.007).

Considerable evidence also suggests that rosemary extracts, or its isolated components, can retard chemically induced cancers. For example, topical application of a rosemary extract has been reported to block the initiation and promotion phases of skin tumorigenesis (Huang et al. 1.994).

Rosemary extracts and the active compounds carnosic acid and rosmarinic acid have been found to inhibit the proliferation of various human cancer cell lines, including human, small cell lung carcinoma, human prostate carcinoma, human liver carcinoma), human chronic myeloid leukemia, human breast adenocarcinoma, human prostate adenocarcinoma, and human breast adenocarcinoma; (Yesil-Celiktas et al. 2.010).

Saffron : is a spice derived from the flower of the saffron crocus (Crocus sativus) plant native to Southwest Asia. 

It has historically been the world’s most expensive spice per unit weight. 

Saffron imparts a bitter taste and hay-like fragrance to food. 

Saffron likely contains more than 150 volatile and aroma yielding compounds. 

A carotenoid, comprises >10% of dry saffron’s mass and is responsible for the rich golden-yellow hue created when saffron is added to food dishes. 

Picrocrocin, a bitter glucoside, is responsible for saffron’s flavor.

The natural carotenoid 'Crocetin' is the primary cancer-fighting element that saffron contains. It not only inhibits the progression of the disease but also decreases the size of the tumour by half, guaranteeing a complete goodbye to cancer. 

Though it is the most expensive spice in the world for it is derived from around 250,000 flower stigmas (saffron crocus) that make just about half a kilo, a few saffron threads come loaded with benefits you won't regret paying for. 

Significant information points to the ability of saffron to inhibit cancer (Abdullaev 2.003). 

Aqueous saffron preparations have been reported to inhibit chemically induced skin carcinogenesis (Das, Chakrabarty, and Das 2.004). 

Both changes in carcinogen bioactivation and tumor proliferation appear to occur.

Saffron and crocus also have significant antitumorigenic properties. 

Similar to other spices, they appear to suppress cell growth in neoplastic cells to a greater extent than in normal cells (Aung et al. 2.007). 

The ability of crocin to decrease cell viability occurs in a concentration and time-dependent manner (Bakshi et al. 2.009). 

The effects of tumor suppression also have an impact on the longevity of the host. 

A significant increase in the life span of Dalton’s lymphoma-bearing animals was found in those provided with saffron. 

Thyme : is another culinary and medicinal herb. 

Today, common usage refers to any or all members of the plant genus Thymus, also of the Lamiaceae family. 

Several active agents are reported, including thymol, carvacrol, apigenin, luteolin, tannins, terpinene, and other oils.

Kluth et al. (2.007) examined the effects of thyme on enzyme induction in cultured human liver carcinoma cells and human colon adenocarcinoma cells. 

They observed a thyme extract to activate promoters via the electrophile responsive element, thus providing potential clues about the mechanism by which thymol and carvacrol may influence enzyme expression and prevent cancer.

Mounting evidence suggests that cancers are not an inevitable consequence of aging but are preventable diseases. 

The evidence here suggests that spices may be factors in one’s diet that may lower cancer risk and affect tumor behavior. 

Spices have been consumed for centuries for a variety of purposes, such as flavoring agents, colorants, and preservatives, without question, evidence exists that multiple processes, including proliferation, apoptosis, angiogenesis, and immunocompetence, can be influenced by one or more spices. 

Turmeric : (Curcuma longa)is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. 

Turmeric has been used in India for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurvedic medicine. 

It was first used as a dye and then later for its medicinal properties.

Its active ingredient, curcumin, inhibits inflammatory reactions, has anti-diabetic effects, reduces cholesterol among other powerful health effects. 

A new study led by a research team at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat (LMU) in Munich now shows that it can also inhibit formation of metastases. 

One of the most comprehensive summaries of a review of 700 turmeric studies to date was published by the respected ethnobotanist James A. Duke, Phd. 

He showed that turmeric appears to outperform many pharmaceuticals in its effects against several chronic, debilitating diseases, and does so with virtually no adverse side effects. 

This is the king of spices when it comes to dealing with cancer diseases, besides it adding a zesty colour to our food on the platter. 

Turmeric contains the powerful polyphenol Curcumin that has been clinically proven to retard the growth of cancer cells causing prostrate cancer, melanoma, breast cancer, brain tumour, pancreatic cancer and leukemia amongst a host of others. 

Curcumin promotes 'Apoptosis'- (programmed cell death/cell suicide) that safely eliminates cancer breeding cells without posing a threat to the development of other healthy cells. In cases of conventional radiotherapy and chemotherapy, the surrounding cells too become a target in addition to the cancer cells. 

Therefore, the side-effects are imminent.

Duke noted that in the handbook Phytochemicals : mechanisms of action, curcumin and/or turmeric were effective in animal models in prevention and/or treatment of colon cancer, mammary cancer, prostate cancer, murine hepato-carcinogenesis (liver cancer in rats), esophageal cancer, and oral cancer. 

Curcumin may be useful in the prevention of breast and prostate cancers which are both linked to inflammation and in reducing their metastatic potential. 

It could play a positive role in primary prevention before a full-blown tumor arises or help to avert formation of metastases. 

In this context the fact that the substance is well tolerated is very important, because one can safely recommend it to individuals who have an increased tumor risk.

Interesting connection behind vaccines, viruses and cancer

Mainstream medicine tells us that the hepatitis B virus (Hbv) causes liver cancer which is why it is so necessary for U.S. newborns to be vaccinated within hours of birth. 

We are told that the human papillomavirus (Hpv), which is supposedly so prevalent in our population, causes cervical cancer which is why there is such a push to vaccinate girls and boys in the U.S. as early as 9 years old.

Let's not forget about Simian Virus 40 (Sv40) which is known to have contaminated polio vaccines and is associated with a wide variety of human cancers. 

Conventional wisdom tells us that viruses cause cancer. 

But is this true? Let's investigate the story further.

The first recorded cases of Hbv infection occurred following the administration of the smallpox vaccine containing human lymph to shipyard workers in Germany in 1.883.

Hbv is transmitted through contact with infected bodily fluids. 

It is estimated that over 2 billion people worldwide have been infected and that approximately 350 million are chronic carriers. 

Chronic Hbv infection is believed to cause up to 80% of all hepatocellular carcinomas. 

Sounds scary right? But when you look deeper you find that, in the U.S., Hbv is found predominantly in adults who are either I.V. drug users or engaging in high-risk sexual behavior.
The center for disease control and prevention (Cdc) estimates that only 0.1-0.5 % of the U.S. population are chronic carriers. 

This is due, in large part, to the fact that only about 5% of acute HBV infections ever become chronic. 

In other words, about 95% of people clear the infection and never become chronic carriers. 

But those who do become chronic carriers will definitely get liver cancer right? No. 

The Cdc estimates that only about 25% of those with chronic HBV infection die prematurely from liver cancer or cirrhosis decades after the initial infection.

Is it possible that over those decades, other factors could have caused or, at least contributed, to their liver disease? 

Ok, but if the mom tests positive for hep B, her infant will definitely get infected right? Wrong again. 

According to the Cdc, there is only a 10% chance that a mother who tests positive only for the Hep B surface antigen (s-antigen) will infect her baby. 

Additionally, does it make sense to indiscriminately vaccinate newborns if mothers have already tested negative for Hep B? It does if your motivation is ease of access.    

Hpv is recognized by mainstream medical authorities as the most commonly sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. with an estimated 20 million persons infected and over 6 million new infections annually. 

They state that in the 1.980s, cervical cancer cells were discovered to contain Hpv. 

Although there are more than 100 types of known Hpv, only a few are considered oncogenic or cancer causing.  

The Cdc claims that 99% of cervical cancers contain oncogenic human papilloma viruses with types 16 and 18 found in 70% of all cervical malignancies. 

The 2 most common types of cervical cancer are squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. 

Those numbers would certainly frighten the average woman. 

On deeper analysis, however, you learn that the Cdc admits that Hpv has never been isolated in culture. 

In other words, wild Hpv has never been seen.

But let's assume that Hpv does exist.

The Cdc also says that most Hpv infections are asymptomatic resulting in no clinical disease and that Hpv by itself is not sufficient to cause cancer because the vast majority of women with the infection do not develop cancer. 

In fact, a recent study published in the journal Vaccine estimates that 90% of Hpv infections are cleared from the body within 2 years.

As an interesting side note, Merck, the maker of the Hpv vaccine Gardasil, presented information to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) prior to approval that their vaccine increased the risk of pre-cancerous changes by 44.6% in women exposed to HPV types 16 or 18 pre-vaccination.  How many doctors do you know who test for the presence of these strains prior to administering the Hpv vaccine? I have yet to hear of such a doctor.

Not all viruses linked to cancer are natural inhabitants of the human body. 

Many of the early polio vaccines, which were cultured on monkey kidney tissue and given to millions of children in the mid-1.950s and early 1.960s, were found to be contaminated with live Simian viruses. 

One in particular, known as Simian virus 40 (SV40), was found to have powerful oncogenic effects and has been discovered in numerous tumors including various types of brain, bone and lung cancers. 

Sv40 has even been found in tumors of individuals who were never given those early polio vaccines.

There is mounting evidence that this monkey virus can pass from generation to generation. 

Also, it has been suggested that Sv40 is contaminating current polio vaccines since the inactivated poliovirus vaccine (Ipv) and the oral poliovirus vaccine (Opv) viruses are still seeded from and cultured on monkey kidney tissue (vero-cell line). 

Government health officials will deny this possibility since widespread testing for contamination was mandated in the early 1.960s, however, if you research the issue further, you will discover that methods used to test for contamination are often inadequate or non-existent. 

But why didn't every person who was infected with Sv40 get cancer? 

Claude Bernard, considered the father of experimental medicine and a contemporary of Louis Pasteur, once said so eloquently that "[t]he terrain is everything; the germ is nothing.
" Following this pronouncement, he is said to have gulped down a glass of water filled with cholera without getting sick.

This demonstration was a bold attempt to prove that individuals with a healthy internal environment and a robust immune system provide an inhospitable environment for pathogenic germs and are unlikely to succumb to illness while those who are malnourished and toxic provide a diseased terrain which is far more likely to be inhabited by disease causing microorganisms. 

This certainly is a plausible explanation with regard to Sv40.

Furthermore, although human viruses, including Hbv and the phantom Hpv, are associated with cancer, their presence alone does not prove that they, in fact, caused the cancer. 

Consider, for a moment, that cancer may be an intelligent adaptation by the body's cells in response to a deficient and toxic internal environment. 

These viruses may simply be innocent bystanders, or at worst accomplices, who find refuge in sick and weakened tissues that have been damaged by years of neglect and abuse. 

Rudolph Virchow, known as the father of Pathology, stated that "[i]f I could live my life over again, I would devote it to proving that germs seek their natural habitat - diseased tissue – rather than being the cause of diseased tissue."  

He sums up nicely the moral of our story; a moral that I wished more people truly understood.

Treating cancer with electromagnetic fields

Altough surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are the most known methods to treat cáncer, there are other options that can work best in the cure of cáncer.

Bill Doyle present to us a new way of viewing this called fields to the tumor treatment, that uses electromagnetic fields to stop the celular división.

It is only aproved for some cáncer types, the treatment could bring many benefits to the quality of life of the patients.

With his company Novocure, Bill Doyle works to bring breakthrough medical technologies to doctors and patients.

Couple of possible reasons and connections.
1. the surrounding polarity of healthy cells and cancer cells are basically aerobic and anaerobic.
By altering the polarity you alter the ph of the area so the ph is not conducive to cancer cells.
2. there has been at least one study showing the flow of electricity in healthy cells does not cause harm, actually can help on tissue repair.

3. see here where Rosenberg in 1.965 showed how electrical currents increased size of bacterium, while stopping reproduction. 

Result is bacterial death.  

4.  any killing of cancer cells may not be result of actual cell death but more of depriving cancer cell division of environment necessary to live and replicate. 

Basically you would not use any high voltage DC current.

The result would be pain and probable keloid scarring at the electrode contact area.
About only time actual DC is used is with iontophoresis where one uses low amp, continuous ove 12- 16 minutes to repel ions, such as cortisone, into the affected area. 
Basically use an interrupted DC or alternatiing balanced biphsic wave form.

Probably the body can choose the polarity to affect the changes necessary to survive. 

Cancer cells die after being exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (Thc)

Again, this ancient and sacred grass is the protagonist of a scientific discovery that can significantly improve the health of patients with cancer.

What will they think future generations to know that marijuana was legally prohibited for many years knowing that quasi has magical effects on the mind and in the human body?

Cristina Sanchez, a young biologist from the Complutense University of Madrid, made ​​a finding that stunned her.

The cannabinoid of marijuana inhibiting cancer development, which results in a non-invasive alternative treatment (and effective) for the patient.

Spanish scientist studying cell metabolism when he was struck by something notably including: the cancer cells died after being exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (Thc), the active ingredient in marijuana.

After its discovery, Cristina made ​​a comparison with previous studies that indicated that the cannabinoid also possess analgesic, suppressing nausea, pain, fatigue and loss of appetite, and now adds another quality for patients with this disease.

On the same date, scientists Harvard University reported that Thc reduces tumor growth in conventional lung cancer, and also prevents the spread of harmful cells.

As an example, scientists explained that Thc is a kind of missile that seeks to eliminate tumor cells, leaving the rest completely healthy.

Unlike conventional chemotherapy drugs, which are characterized by their potential physical and brain, marijuana use opens a doorway to a better life for people with this disease.



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