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"ngo genesis" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on KNSS

"Educator in the field of safe evidence, based, integrative and alternative cancer treatments, and the author of hope never dies. How twenty late stage and terminal cancer patients beat the odds before the break. Ricky word telling us about various alternative treatments, including supplements, and nutrition. Give us a couple of others. And then I wanted to dive into some of the case studies in the book. Absolutely. Well, we as we mentioned nutritional protocols, supplementation programs are critical tailored to the individual additionally mind, body strategies, which is a little bit different than attitude in mind. Bodies really important in mind body can mean lots of things to different people. It helps reduce stress reduces anxiety, fear and depression. It can be related to meditation music prayer Umer stress relaxation techniques, but mind body is important and. Exercise. Exercise is very important approach which anybody can really use, and it helps to reduce the decline of muscle mass, it helps bring oxygen rich blood to the tissues. It reduces fatigue. Reduces, nausea helps people sleep better. So exercise regimens mind body strategies tailored supplementation programs and also nutritional on cloudy programs, and there's a ton of research out there, a ton of research, epidemiological studies case studies case reports clinical research, that attest to the fact and I'm not shy about saying the fact that these particular approaches Richard can be profoundly beneficial integrative -ly with a standard of care program or alternatively in some cases to save lives and extend lives. And just in brief what, what are these things do they enhance the immune system. They mitigate internal inflammation, and inflammation cancer driver. They help. Regulate something called a pop tocine ape Tosh's is a concept known as programmed cell death with that really means is making sure cancer cells die when they're supposed to so they don't live and grow and grow these things, also inhibits something called NGO, Genesis and angiogenesis is the process where blood cells feed cancer, and bring it fuel. We want to mitigate the growth of these blood blood vessels to cancer. It helps detox the body regulates blood glucose because cancer is a glutton for glucose sugar, we want to regulate those things, so it's in the normal range, not in a high accelerated range, and it brings about all kinds, it brings about EPA genetic changes, which means it up, regulates, the expression of tumor suppressor genes genes that attack cancer down, regulates oncogenes, and these are genes that promote cancer, just a quick moment on that. Everybody had to set of genes at their born with you can't change your genes. But you can influence and their studies at prove this, you can. Influence, whether those genes are turned on or turned off and a lot of these alternative complementary therapies can bring about those changes. And there are lots of studies that attest to these facts. I mean, obviously you, you dive deep into the research. But there's also I'm guessing you've you stumbled onto a lot of quackery out there that we have to be cautious about, I mean, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff, because we hear things like, you know, hydrogen peroxide kills cancer cells and can cure pancreatic cancer and so forth. We hear this practically every month. There's some different new treatment. How do you separate the quackery from efficacious alternative cancer treatments? That, that's a great question because I detest people who are charlatans, who are quacks who take advantage of the vulnerable with so-called therapies, and treatments that are going to be helpful. And when you are told you have cancer, you'll do just about anything to keep living. So I mean, quite honestly, it's not easy to do. Of course, if you go to lots of kids or confidence, you can discern what working with doesn't work. But if you also research the studies, there's a website called. Pub, med dot gov. PB MED dot g-o-v e which has twenty seven million studies. It's, it's under the supervision of the nationalist toot of health. I don't expect people to go there and do lots of research, but anytime anyone says they have a one off cancer killing protocol. One particular herb, one particular botanical, one particular device, I ninety nine point nine percent of the time. Those one off approaches don't work. It requires a multifaceted, systemic approach with the things I just discussed nutritional supplementation, exercise mind, body, and even something called progressive chemo, which we can talk about which is not generic chemo in some cases. And when you have experts expert integrative oncologists, integrative cancer, doctors, natural paths who specialize in oncology, and these types of people, you should talk to not just somebody who threw up a website. When you have this multifaceted approach with, with sophisticated experts who look at objective criteria. What is objective criteria mean that means the individuals bloodwork tissue samples things of that nature? So when somebody does a comprehensive evaluation of the host, if the individual person and brings these tools to the table and breezy with compassion, then we know that we have something that probably works. But there's no one off. If someone says acupuncture will cure cancer. That's that doesn't make sense. Acupuncture could be helpful in certain respects, but it takes research. There's no one perfect list anywhere of doctors and therapy to experts in this realm that everyone can go to so you need to be careful about people who say they have the cure for cancer have something that's going to be helpful. But we shouldn't dismiss the fact there are lots of things that can be profoundly beneficial that help save lives beyond the standard of. Cared and inclusive of integrative ly-, the standard of care. Your book is filled with, well, there are twenty case studies of patients who have been told either they have terminal cancer, or, they are late term cancer patients in some cases, they've been told go home. Get your affairs in order. There's nothing more to be done. Tell us about Elizabeth. Sure. Okay. You talking about. I think. Lisbeth panky. Yes. Okay. Let me just see if I have any notes regarding Elizabeth key bear. One second. Absolutely. Yes. Book again is hope never dies. Sure. Okay. Elizabeth panky Elizabeth Peggy. Had ovarian and uterine cancer with metastasis to the stomach. She was told at one point, you don't have more than a few weeks. Maybe two months to live, and Elizabeth, there's never retired living happily, you know, high Lisbeth is born in Poland in nineteen fifty. She was a very accomplished individual. She was a medical doctor. She was had a PAC in experimental pathology master's degree in physical therapy. And she was not molecular biology expert and an expert in DNA. She had a deep deep scientific background in June of nineteen ninety nine during a gun, logical exam Elizabeth's doctor discovered minor irregular bleeding in late June. An ultrasound revealed a large tumor on Elizabeth's over in July sixth, her doctor informed her. She had stage three ovarian and uterine cancer, which had now spread to the abdomen Elizabeth said I was shocked. I was so angry. Why did this happen to me? Elizabeth continued said one week after my diagnosis, a surgeon, remove my ovaries my uterus and any visible cancer. I went with the standard chemotherapy for my type of cancer, two weeks after surgery. They said the chemo would probably take care of the problem. Elizabeth said I lost all my hair I was getting taxable. And carbo Platon technology medication. I continue to work. The experience was strenuous. She said my cancer grew aggressively, despite the chemo developed a tumor in my spleen. A gallon of malignant fluid was pulled out of my abdomen every five days a full gallon. Wow. Another chemo drug, but nothing would happen. Elizabeth travel, the five stages cancer centers throughout the United States. She said, I had metastatic cancer to different kinds of chemotherapy didn't work. And the cancer was spreading. He didn't know what to do. Elizabeth then said at this point in October of nineteen ninety nineteen ninety nine several cancer. Doctors told me I needed to face reality. He was doubtful that, that I would make it until Christmas. I wouldn't disbelief angry upset and desperate. I had heard of chemo sensitivity testing, I inquired about it, but all of the cancer center said it didn't work yet. I needed to take action immediately. Dying, and I had no time to waste. Elizabeth continues and said, I wasn't giving up. I searched the internet and found Dr Robert Nagoya website. He's on colleges who also operates chemo, sensitivity chemo, sensitively laboratory in Long Beach, California. I got him on the phone and was very impressed with his opinions and research, a media investigated everything he said and decided to a fresh sample of my aside. He's, he's liquid that they were pulling out of her stomach. Right. Right. Then Liz said, Dr Nagorny gave me hope within a few days. He called me and said, I have a combination that is making the cancer cells just melt away. I flew to California. And so a doctor Nagorny the very next day, he drew malignant cell for my abdomen and then injected the chemo into my abdomen directly at the tumors. He wanted to recontact. No other doctor had recommended this procedure. I was anxious but hopeful people also injected the personalized chemo cocktail into my vein. Then for my second treatment, he ju- the fluid out only about a court, not a gallon. It looked like the malignant cells beat up after the second treatment, which was just three weeks into my chemo treatment, there was no more fluid to withdraw. By christmas. There was no evidence of cancer cells in my body confirmed by scans, I was supposed to be dead by Christmas. But instead, my cancer cells were dead informed, the major cancer centers that I had visited my wonderful outcome. The fact that the cancer was gone to my dismay all they had to say what lady, you are lucky since my successful treatments came to accept what is an enjoy the moments in life. I don't have all the answers my roles to do the best, I can't in my life every day. You must want to live. I find that cancer patients who do the best become self advocates who direct their own therapies versus just going along with their doctors people should not lose hope keep searching, follow your heart. So that is Elizabeth. And she would be called a statistical outlier. She beat the odds. Well, she might be called that. But in my opinion, her survival is based on rational science, doctor, Robert, gurney is one of two doctors. I'm aware of in the United States, who have this profoundly unique chemo sensitivity test, where they test the actual tissue sample of the individual against fifteen sixteen different chemo chemo combination. They don't go with just the office shelf. Generic methodology used for different hanters. For example, there's the national copy heads of cancer network in this country, which your conventional doctors utilize. It is a consortium of twenty seven of the top cancer centers in the nation, and they make recommendations about what came out of used for different types of cancer. But frequently they don't work. So how can you get? More personalized than using the actual tissue sample of the individual and something off the shelf off the shelf is not personalized, it's not customized. So you could call. Why are certainly people will? But Dr negoti tremendous success in this area because he utilizes a test attuned to the individual, but she's doing wonderful many years, later cues told by fight cancer centers. She two months to live back in October of nineteen ninety nine so then,.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rick Shapiro is with us. A former practicing attorney leading consultant researcher in education in the field of safe evidence, based, integrative, and alternative cancer treatments, and the author of hope never dies. How twenty late stage and terminal cancer patients beat the odds before the break. Ricky word telling us about various alternative treatments, including supplements, and nutrition. Give us a couple of others. And then I want to dive into some of the case studies in the book. Absolutely. Well, we as we mentioned nutritional protocols, supplementation programs are critical tailored to the individual additionally mind, body strategies, which is a little bit different than attitude in mind. Bodies really important in mind body can mean lots of different people. It helps reduce stress reduces anxiety, fear and depression. It can be related to meditation music, prayer Umer stress relaxation techniques, but mind body is important and ex. Exercise is very important approach which anybody can really use, and it helps to reduce the decline of muscle mass, it helps bring oxygen rich blood to the tissues. It reduces fatigue. It reduces noisy. It helps people sleep better. So exercise regimens mind body strategies tailored supplementation programs and also nutritional on collage programs and there's a ton of research out there a ton of research epidemiological studies case studies case reports clinical research, that attest to the fact and I'm not shy about saying the fact that these particular approaches Richard can be profoundly beneficial integrative -ly with a standard of care program or alternatively in some cases to save lives and extend lives. And just in brief what, what are these things do they enhance the immune system. They mitigate internal inflammation, and inflammation cancer driver. They helped regulate something. Eight pop tocine, ape toasts is a concept known as program cell death with that really means is making sure cancer cells die when they're supposed to so they don't live and grow and grow these things, also inhibits something called NGO Genesis NGO Genesis is the process, where blood cells feed cancer, and bring it fuel. So we want to mitigate the growth of these blood blood vessels to cancer. It helps detox the body regulates blood glucose because cancer is a glutton for glucose sugar, we want to regulate those things, so it's in the normal range, not in a high celebrated range, and it brings about all kinds, it brings about EPA genetic changes, which means it up, regulates, the expression of tumor suppressor genes genes that attack cancer down regulates, uncle oncogenes, and these are genes promote cancer, just a quick moment on that. Everybody had to set of genes at their born with you can't change your genes. But you can influence in their studies that prove this, you can influence. Whether those genes are turned on or turned off and a lot of these alternative complimented therapies can bring about those changes. And there are lots of studies that attest to these facts. Obviously, you, you dive deep into the research, but there's also I'm guessing you've you stumbled onto a lot of quackery out there that we have to be cautious about, I mean, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff, because we hear things like, you know, hydrogen peroxide kills cancer cells and can cure pancreatic cancer and so forth. We hear this practically every month. There's some different new treatment. How do you separate the quackery from efficacious alternative cancer treatments? That, that's a great question because I detest people who are charlatans who are quacks who take advantage of developmental with so-called. They're being treatments that are going to be helpful. And when you are told you have cancer, you'll do just about anything to keep living. So I mean, quite honestly, it's not easy to do. Of course, if you go to lots of kids or confidence, you can discern what working with doesn't work. But if you also research studies, there's a website called pub, med dot gov. TB MED dot g-o-v e which has twenty seven million studies. It's, it's under the supervision of the nationalist toot of health. I don't expect people to go there and do lots of research, but anytime anyone says they have a one off cancer killing protocol. One particular herb one particular botanical, one particular device, ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time. Those one off approaches don't work. Requires a multifaceted, systemic approach with the things I just discussed nutritional supplementation, exercise mind, body, and even something called progressive chemo, which we can talk about, which is not generic chemo in some cases. And when you have experts expert integrative oncologists, integrative, cancer, doctors natural pass who specialize in oncology, and these types of people, you should talk to not just somebody threw up a website. When you have this multifaceted approach with, with sophisticated experts who look at objective criteria. What is objective criteria mean that means the individuals bloodwork tissue samples things of that nature? So when somebody does a copy evaluation of the host, if the individual the person and brings these tools to the table and breezy with compassion. Then we know we have something that probably works. But there's no one off someone says acupuncture will cure cancer. That's that doesn't make sense, acupuncture, could be helpful in certain respects, but it takes research. There's no one perfect list anywhere of doctors and therapeutic experts in this room that everyone can go to so you need to be careful about people who say they have the cure for cancer have something that's going to be helpful, but we shouldn't dismiss the fact there are lots of things that can be profoundly beneficial that help save lives beyond the standard of. Care and inclusive of integrative, the standard of care. Your book is filled with, well, there are twenty case studies of patients who have been told either they have terminal cancer, or, they are late term cancer patients in some cases, they've been told go home. Get your affairs in order. There's nothing more to be done. Tell us about Elizabeth. Sure. Okay. You talking about. I think. Lisbeth panky. Yes. Okay. Let me just see if I have any notes regarding Elizabeth key barely one second. Absolutely, yes. Book again is hope never dies. Sure, okay. Liz with panky Elizabeth. Thank. Had ovarian and uterine cancer with metastasis to the stomach. She was told at one point, you don't have more than a few weeks. Maybe two months to live, and Elizabeth, there's never tired living happily, you know, hi. Liz born in Poland in nineteen fifty. She was a very accomplished individual. She was a medical doctor. She was in experimental pathology master's degree in physical therapy, and she was not molecular, biology expert, an expert in DNA. She had a deep deep scientific background in June of nineteen ninety nine during a gun, logical exam Elizabeth's doctor discovered minor irregular bleeding in late June, an ultrasound revealed a large tumor on Elizabeth's over in July six her. Doctor informed her. She had stage three ovarian and uterine cancer, which had now spread to the abdomen Elizabeth said I was shocked. I was so angry. Why did this happen to me? Elizabeth continued said one week after my diagnosis, a surgeon, remove my ovaries my uterus and any visible cancer. I went with the standard chemotherapy for my type of cancer, two weeks after surgery. They said the chemo would probably take care of the problem was said, I lost all my hair, I was getting textual and carbo. Platon technology medication and continue to work. The experience was strenuous. She said my cancer grew aggressively, despite the chemo developed a tumor in my spleen. A gallon of malignant fluid was pulled out of my abdomen every five days a full gallon. Wow chemo drugs, but nothing would happen. Elizabeth travelled to five fifty cancer centers throughout the United States. She said, I had metastatic cancer to different kinds of chemotherapy didn't work and the cancer was spreading. They didn't know what to do. Elizabeth then said at this point in October of nineteen ninety nineteen ninety nine several cancer. Doctors told me I needed to face reality. He was doubtful that I would make it until Christmas. I was in disbelief angry upset and desperate. I had heard of chemo sensitivity testing inquired about it, but all of the cancer center said it didn't work yet. I needed to take action immediately. Dying, and I had no time to waste. Elizabeth continues and said, I wasn't giving up, I search the internet in found Dr Robert nagourney website. He's an on colleges who also operates chemo sensitivity, Aquino sensitivity, laboratory in Long Beach, California. I got him on the phone. It was very impressed with his opinions and research immediately investigated, everything he said and decided to same a fresh sample of my aside. He's, he's liquid that they were point out of her stomach. Right. Right. Then ligaments said, Dr gurney gave me hope within a few days. He called me and said, I have a combination that is making the cancer cells just melt away. I flew to California. And so, Dr Nagorny the very next day, he drew malignant cells to my abdomen, and then injected the chemo into my abdomen directly at the tumors. He wanted to recontact no other doctor had recommended this procedure, I was anxious. But hopeful he also injected a personalized chemo cocktail into my vein. Then for my second treatment, he ju- the fluid out only about a court, not a gallon. It looked like the malignant cells were beat up after the second treatment, we which was just three weeks into my chemo treatment, there was no more fluid to withdraw. By christmas. There was no evidence of cancer cells in my body confirmed by scans, I was supposed to be dead by Christmas. But instead, my cancer cells were dead informed, the major cancer centers that I had visited my wonderful outcome. The fact that they can't was gun to my dismay all they had to say which lady, you are lucky since my successful treatments. I came to accept what is enjoy the moments in life. I don't have all the answers. My is to do the best. I can in my life every day. You must want to live. I find that cancer patients who do the best become self advocates who direct their own therapies versus just going along with their doctors people should not lose hope keep searching, follow your heart. So that is Elizabeth. And she would be called a statistical outliers. She beat the odds. Well, she might be called up. But in my opinion, her survival is based on rational science, doctor, Robert, gurney is one of two doctors. I'm aware of in the United States, who have this profoundly unique chemo sensitivity test, where they test the actual tissue sample of the individual against fifteen sixteen different chemo's and chemo combinations. They don't go with just the office shelf generic methodology used for different cancers. For example, there's the national kepi hits of cancer network in this country, which you conventional doctors utilized. It is a consortium of twenty seven of the top cancer centers in the nation, and they make recommendations about what chemo to use for different types of cancer. But frequently they don't work. So how can you get more? Personalized than using the actual tissue sample of the individual and something off the shelf off the shelf is not personalized, it's not customized. So you could call. Why are certainly people will, but Documenta Goni had tremendous success in this area because he utilizes a test attuned to the individual, but she's doing wonderful many years later cues told by cancer centers. She two months to live back in October of nineteen ninety nine. So.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on KTOK

"Shapiro is with us. A former practicing attorney leading consultant researcher and educator in the field of safe evidence, based, integrative and alternative cancer treatments, and the author of hope never dies. How twenty late stage and terminal cancer patients beat the odds before the break. Ricky word telling us about various alternative treatments, including supplements, and nutrition. Give us a couple of others. And then I wanted dive into some of the case studies in the book. Absolutely. Well, we as we mentioned nutritional protocols, supplementation programs are critical tailored to the individual additionally mind, body strategies, which is a little bit different than attitude in mind. Bodies really important in mind body can mean lots of things to different people. It helps reduce stress reduce anxiety, fear and depression. It can be related to meditation music, prayer Umer stress relaxation techniques, but mind body. As important and exercise, exercise is very important approach which anybody can really use. And it helps to reduce the decline of muscle mass, it helps bring oxygen rich blood to the tissues, it reduces Petillo, reduces, nausea, it helps people sleep better. So exercise regimens mind body strategies tailored supplementation programs and also nutritional on collage programs and there's a ton of research out there a ton of research epidemiological studies case studies case reports clinical research, that attest to the fact and I'm not shy about saying the fact that these particular approaches Richard can be profoundly beneficial integrative -ly with a standard of care program or alternatively in some cases to save lives and extend lives. And just in brief what, what are these things do they enhance the immune system. They mitigate internal inflammation and inflammation of cancer. Driver. They help regulate something called pop tocine, Abe toasters is a concept known as program cell death. What that really means is making sure cancer cells die when they're supposed to so they don't live and grow and grow these things also inhibits something called NGO, Genesis and angiogenesis is the process where blood cells feed cancer, and bring it fuel. So we want to mitigate the growth of these blood blood vessels to cancer. It helps detox the body regulates blood glucose because cancer is a glutton for glucose sugar, we want to regulate those things, so it's in the normal range, not in a high celebrated range, and it brings about all kinds, it brings about EPA genetic changes, which means it up, regulates, the expression of tumor suppressor genes genes that attack cancer. Dan, regulate oncogenes and these are genes that promote cancer, just a quick moment on that. Everybody had said of genes at their born with you can't change your genes. But you can influence and. There were studies at prove this, you can influence whether those genes are turned on or turned off and a lot of these alternative complementary therapies can bring about those changes. And there are lots of studies that attest to these facts. Obviously, you, you dive deep into the research, but there is also I'm guessing you've you stumbled onto a lot of quackery out there that we have to be cautious about, I mean, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff, because we hear things like, you know, hydrogen peroxide kills cancer cells and can cure pancreatic cancer and so forth. We hear this practically every month. There's some different new treatment. How do you separate the quackery from efficacious alternative cancer treatments? That, that's a great question because I detest people who are charlatans who are quacks who take advantage of developmental with so-called therapy treatments that are going to be helpful. And when you are told you have cancer, you'll do just about anything to keep living. So I mean, quite honestly, it's not easy to do. Of course, if you go to lots of kids or competence, you can discern, what works and what doesn't work. But if you also research studies, there's a website called pub, med dot gov. TB MED dot g-o-v e which has twenty seven million studies. It's, it's under the supervision of the National Institute of health. I don't expect people to go there and do lots of research, but anytime anyone says they have a one off cancer killing protocol. One particular herb, one particular botanical, one particular device, I ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time. Those one off approaches don't work. It requires a multifaceted, systemic approach with the things I just discussed nutritional supplementation, exercise mind, body, and even something progressive chemo, which we can talk about, which is not generic chemo in some cases. And when you have experts expert integrative oncologists, integrative cancer, doctors, natural paths who specialize in oncology, and these types of people, you should talk to not just somebody who threw up a website. When you have this multifaceted approach with, with sophisticated experts who look at objective criteria. What is objective criteria mean that means the individuals bloodwork tissue samples things of that nature? So when somebody does a copy of evaluation of the host the individual the person and brings these tools to the table and breezy with compassion. Then we know that we have something that probably works. But there's no one off. If someone says acupuncture will cure cancer. That's that doesn't make sense. Acupuncture could be helpful in certain respects, but it takes research. There's no one perfect list anywhere of doctors and there appear to experts in this room that everyone can go to so you need to be careful about people who say they have the cure for cancer have something that's going to be helpful. But we shouldn't dismiss the fact there are lots of things that can be profoundly beneficial that helps save lives beyond the standard of. Care and inclusive of integrative, the standard of care. Your book is filled with, well, there are twenty case studies of patients who have been told either they have terminal cancer, or, they are late term cancer patients in some cases, they've been told go home. Get your fair affairs in order. There's nothing more to be done. Tell us about Elizabeth. Sure. Okay. You're talking about. I think Elizabeth panky. Yes. Okay. Let me just see if I have any notes regarding Elizabeth Q barely one second. Absolutely, yes. Book again is hope never dies. Sure. Okay. Liz panky, Elizabeth techy had ovarian and uterine cancer with metastasis to the stomach. She was told at one point, you don't have more than a few weeks. Maybe two months to live and Elizabeth. There's never tired living happily, you know, hi. Liz with is born in Poland in nineteen fifty. She was a very accomplished individual. She was a medical doctor. She was had a PAC in experimental pathology master's degree in physical therapy. And she was not molecular biology expert and an expert in DNA. She had a deep deep scientific background in June of nineteen ninety nine during a gun ecological exam Elizabeth's doctor discovered minor irregular bleeding in late June. An ultrasound revealed a large tumor on Elizabeth's over in July sixth, her doctor informed her. She had stage three ovarian and uterine cancer, which had now spread to the abdomen. Elizabeth said I was shocked. I was so angry. Why did this happen to me? Elizabeth continued said one week after my diagnosis, a surgeon, remove my ovaries my uterus and any visible cancer. I went with a standard chemotherapy for my type of cancer two weeks after surgery. They said the chemo would probably take care of the problem. Elizabeth said I lost all my hair. I was getting taxable. And carbo Platon technology medication and continue to work. The experience was strenuous. She said my cancer grew aggressively, despite the chemo developed a tumor in my spleen. A gallon of malignant fluid was pulled out of my abdomen every five days a full gallon. Wow, chemo drugs. But nothing would happen. Elizabeth travel to five procedures cancer centers throughout the United States. She said, I had metastatic cancer to different kinds of chemotherapy didn't work. And the cancer was spreading didn't know what to do. Live Elizabeth said at this point in October of nineteen ninety nineteen ninety nine several cancer. Doctors told me I needed to face reality. It was doubtful that I would make it until Christmas. I wouldn't disbelieve angry upset and desperate. I heard of chemo sensitivity testing, I inquired about it, but all of the cancer center said it didn't work yet. I needed to take action immediately dying and I had no time to waste. Elizabeth continues and said, I wasn't giving up. I searched the internet and found Dr Robert Nagorny website. He's an unconscious who also operates chemo sensitivity chemo, sensitively laboratory in Long Beach, California. I got him on the phone. It was very impressed with his opinions and research, I mentally investigated everything he said decided to a fresh sample of my aside. He's, he's liquid that they were pulling out for. Stomach. Right. Right. Then let him said, Dr Nagorny gave me hope within a few days. He called me and said, I have a combination that is making the cancer cells just melt away. I flew to California. And so, Dr Nagorny the very next day, he drew malignant cell to my abdomen and then injected the chemo into my abdomen directly at the tumors. He wanted to recontact no other doctor had recommended this procedure, I was anxious but hopeful. He also injected the personalized chemo cocktail into my vein. Then for my second treatment, he ju- the fluid out only about a court, not a gallon. It looked like the malignant cells are beat up after the second treatment, we which was just three weeks into my chemo treatment, there was no more fluid to withdraw. By christmas. There was no evidence of cancer cells in my body confirmed by scans, I was supposed to be dead by Christmas. But instead, my cancer cells were dead informed, the major cancer centers that I had visited my wonderful outcome. The fact that the cancer was gone to my dismay all they had to say what lady, you are lucky since my successful treatments. I came to accept what is an enjoy the moments in life. I don't have all the answers my role is to do the best. I can in my life every day. You must want to live. I find that cancer patients who do the best become self advocates who direct their own therapies versus just going along with their doctors people should not lose hope keep searching, follow your heart. So that is Elizabeth. And she would be called a statistical outlier. She beat the odds. Well, she might be called that. But in my opinion, her survival is based on rational science, doctor, Robert, gurney is one of two doctors. I'm aware of in the United States, who have this profoundly unique chemo sensitivity test, where they test the actual tissue sample of the individual against fifteen sixteen different chemo's and chemo combinations. They don't go with just the office shelf. Generic methodology used for different cancers. For example, there's the national capi heads of cancer network in this country, which you conventional. Doctors utilize. It is a consortium of twenty seven of the top cancer centers in the nation, and they make recommendations about what chemo to use for different types of cancer. But frequently they don't work. So how can you get? More personalized than using the actual tissue sample of the individual and something off the shelf off the shelf is not personalized, it's not customized. So you could call it out. Liar, certainly people will, but Dr negoti tremendous success in this area because he utilizes a test attuned to the individual, but she's doing wonderful many years later cues told by cancer centers. She too much to live back in October of nineteen ninety nine..

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on WRVA

"Is with us. A former practicing attorney leading consultant researcher and educator in the field of safe evidence, based, integrative and alternative cancer treatments, and the author of hope never dies. How twenty late stage and terminal cancer patients beat the odds before the break req- were telling us about various alternative treatments, including supplements, and nutrition. Give us a couple of others. And then I wanted to dive into some of the case studies in the book. Absolutely. Well, we, we mentioned nutritional protocols supplementation programs are critical tailored to the individual additionally mind, body strategies, which is a little bit different than attitude in mind body really important in mind body can mean lots of things to different people. It helps reduce stress reduce anxiety, fear and depression. It can be related to meditation music, prayer Umer stress relaxation techniques, but mind bodies. Important and exercise. Exercise is very important approach which anybody can really use, and it helps to reduce the decline of muscle mass, it helps bring oxygen rich blood to the tissues. It reduces fatigue. Reduces noise, it helps people sleep better. So exercise regimens mind body strategies tailored supplementation programs and also the nutritional on programs and there's a ton of research out there, a ton of research, epidemiological studies case studies case reports clinical research, that attest to the fact and I'm not shy about the fact that these particular approaches Richard can be profoundly beneficial integrative with a standard of care program or alternatively in some cases to save lives and extend lives. And just in brief what, what are these things do they enhance the immune system. They mitigate internal inflammation, and inflammation cancer. Dr. They helped regulate something called pop tocine, Abe Tosh's is a concept known as programmed cell death that really means is making sure cancer cells die when they're supposed to so they don't live and grow and grow these things also inhibits something called NGO, Genesis and angiogenesis is the process where blood cells feed cancer, and bring it fuel. We want to mitigate the growth of these blood blood vessels to cancer. It helps detox the body regulates blood glucose because cancer is a glutton for glucose sugar, we want to regulate those things, so it's in the normal range, not in a high celebrated range, and it brings about all kinds, it brings about EPA genetic changes, which made it up, regulates, the expression of tumor suppressor genes genes that attack cancer and down regulates oncogenes, and these are genes that promote cancer, just a quick moment on that. Everybody has said of genes at their born with you can't change your genes, but you can influence and there. Studies that prove this, you can influence whether those genes are turned on or turned off and a lot of these alternative complementary therapies can bring about those changes. And there are lots of studies that attest to these facts. I mean, obviously you, you dive deep into the research. But there's also I'm guessing you've you stumbled onto a lot of quackery out there that we have to be cautious about, I mean, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff, because we hear things like, you know, hydrogen peroxide kills cancer cells and can cure pancreatic cancer and so forth. We hear this practically every month. There's some different new treatment. How do you separate the quackery from efficacious alternative cancer treatments? That, that's a great question because I detest people who are charlatans who are quacks who take advantage of vulnerable with so-called. They're being treatments that are going to be helpful. And when you are told you have cancer, you'll do just about anything to keep living. So I mean, quite honestly, it's not easy to do. Of course, if you go to lots of confidence, you can discern, what works and what doesn't work. But if you also research the studies, there's a website called pub, med dot gov. PB MED dot g-o-v e which has twenty seven million studies. It's, it's under the supervision of the nationalist toot of help. I don't expect people to go there and do lots of research, but anytime anyone says they have a one off cancer killing protocol. One particular herb, one particular botanical, one particular device, I ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time. Those one off approaches don't work. It requires a multifaceted, systemic approach with, if things I just discussed nutritional supplementation, exercise mind, body, and even something called progressive chemo, which we can talk about which is not generic chemo in some cases. And when you have experts expert integrative oncologists, integrative cancer, doctors, natural paths who specialize in oncology, and these types of people, you should talk to not just somebody who threw up a website. When you have this multifaceted approach with, with sophisticated experts who look at objective criteria. What is objective criteria mean that means the individuals bloodwork tissue samples things of that nature? So when somebody does a copy of evaluation of the host the individual the person and brings these tools to the table and breezy with compassion. Then we know that we have something that probably works. But there's no one off. If someone says acupuncture will cure cancer. That's that doesn't make sense. Acupuncture could be helpful in certain respects, but it takes research. There's no one perfect list anywhere of doctors and therapy to experts in this realm that everyone can go to so you need to be careful about people who say they have the cure for cancer have something that's going to be helpful, but we shouldn't dismiss the fact there are lots of things that can be profoundly beneficial that helps save lives beyond the standard of. Cared and inclusive of integrative the standard of care. Your book is filled with, well, there are twenty case studies of patients who have been told either they have terminal cancer, or, they are late term cancer patients in some cases, they've been told go home. Get your affairs in order. There's nothing more to be done. Tell us about Elizabeth. Sure. Okay. You talking about. I think Elizabeth panky. Yes. Okay. Let me just see if I have any notes regarding Elizabeth Q one second. Absolutely. Yes. Book again is hope never dies. Sure. Okay. Elizabeth panky, Elizabeth techy. Had ovarian and uterine cancer with metastasis to the stomach. She was told at one point, you don't have more than a few weeks. Maybe two months to live, and Elizabeth, there's never retired living happily, you know, hi. Liz is born in Poland in nineteen fifty. She was a very accomplished individual. She was a medical doctor. She was in experimental pathology master's degree in physical therapy. And she was not molecular biology expert and an expert in DNA. She had a deep deep scientific background in June of nineteen ninety nine doing a gun exam, Elizabeth's doctor discovered minor irregular bleeding in late June. And ultra sound revealed a large tumor on Elizabeth's over on July sixth, her doctor informed her. She had stage three ovarian cancer, which had now spread to the abdomen. Elizabeth said I was shocked. I was so angry. Why did this happen to me? Continued said one week after my diagnosis, a surgeon, remove my ovaries my uterus and any visible cancer. I went with the standard chemotherapy for my type of cancer, two weeks after surgery. They said the chemo would probably take care of the problem. Elizabeth said I lost all my hair I was getting taxable. And carbo Platon technology medication and continue to work. The experience was strenuous. She said my cancer grew aggressively, despite the chemo developed a tumor in my spleen. A gallon of malignant fluid was pulled out of my abdomen every five days a full gallon. Wow chemo drug, but nothing good happen. Elizabeth travel to five cancer centers throughout the United States. She said, I had metastatic cancer to different kinds of chemotherapy didn't work. And the cancer was spreading didn't know what to do. Then said. At this point in October of nineteen ninety nineteen ninety nine several cancer. Doctors told me I needed to face reality. He was doubtful that, that would make it until Christmas. I was in disbelief angry upset and desperate. I had heard of chemo sensitivity testing, I inquired about it, but all of the cancer center said it didn't work yet. I needed to take action immediately dying and I had no time to waste. Elizabeth continues and said, I wasn't giving up. I searched the internet and found Dr Robert nagourney website. He's an on college who also operates chemo sensitivity chemo, sensitively laboratory in Long Beach, California. I got him on the phone was very impressed with his opinions and research, a media investigated everything. He said decided to say a fresh sample of my aside. He's, he's liquid that they were pulling out of her stomach. Right. Right. Then let him said, Dr Nagorny gave me hope within a few days. He called me and said, I have a combination did is making the cancer cells just melt away. I flew to California. And so, Dr Nagorny the very next day, he drew malignant cell for my abdomen and then injected the chemo into my abdomen directly at the tumors. He wanted to recontact no other doctor had recommended this procedure. I was anxious but hopeful also injected the personalized chemo cocktail into my vein. Then for my second treatment, he ju- the fluid out only about a court, not a gallon. It looked like the malignant cells were beat up after the second treatment, which was just three weeks into my chemo treatment, there was no more fluid to withdraw. By christmas. There was no evidence of cancer cells in my body confirmed by scans, I was supposed to be dead by Christmas. But instead, my cancer cells, dead informed the major cancer centers that I visit my wonderful outcome. The fact that the cancer was gone to my dismay all they had to say what lady, you are lucky since my successful treatments, I came to accept what is an enjoy the moments in life. I don't have all the answers. My role is to do the best. I can in my life every day. You must want to live. I find that cancer patients who do the best become self advocates who director own therapies versus just going along with their doctors. People should not lose hope keep searching, follow your heart. So that is Elizabeth. And she would be called a statistical outliers. She beat the odds. Well, she might be called up. But in my opinion, her survival is based on rational science, doctor, Robert, gurney is one of two doctors. I'm aware of in the United States, who have this profoundly unique chemo sensitivity test, where they test the actual tissue sample of the individual against fifteen sixteen different chemo's and chemo combinations. They don't go with just the office shelf. Generic methodology used for different cancers. For example, there's the national copy heads of cancer network in this country, which you conventional doctors utilize. It is a consortium of twenty seven of the top cancer centers in the nation, and they make recommendations about what chemo to use for different types of cancer. But frequently they don't work. So how can you get? Personalized than using the actual tissue sample of the individual and something off the shelf off the shelf is not personalized, it's not customized. So you could call liar. Certainly people will. But Dr Nagoya had tremendous success in this area because.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Rick Shapiro is with us. A former practicing attorney leading consultant researcher and educator in the field of safe evidence, based integrative in alternate of cancer treatments and the author of hope never dies. How twenty late stage and terminal cancer patients beat the odds before the break. Ricky were telling us about various alternative treatments, including supplements, and nutrition. Give us a couple of others. And then I wanted to dive into some of the case studies in the book. Absolutely. Well, we, we mentioned nutritional protocols supplementation programs are critical tailored to the individual additionally mind, body strategies, which is a little bit different than attitude in mind. Body is really important in mind body coming. Lots of things different people, it helped reduce stress reducing Zayed fear and depression, it can be related to meditation music prayer humor stress relaxation techniques, but my body's important, and exercise exercise is a very important approach, which everybody can really us and it. It helps to reduce the decline of muscle mass, it helps bring oxygen rich blood to the tissues, it reduces Petillo, reduces, nausea helps people sleep better. So exercise regimens mind body strategies tailored supplementation programs and also nutritional on cloudy programs, and there's a ton of research out there, a ton of research, epidemiological studies case studies case reports clinical research, that attest to the fact and I'm not shy about saying the fact that these particular approaches. Richard can be profoundly beneficial integrative -ly with standard of care program or alternatively in some cases to save lives and extend lives. And just in brief what, what are these things do they enhance the immune system. They mitigate internal inflammation, and inflammation cancer driver. They helped regulate something popped tocine upto six is a concept known as programmed cell death. What that really means is making sure cancer cells die when they're supposed to so they don't live and grow and grow these things also inhibits something. NGO Genesis and NGO Genesis is the process, where blood cells feed cancer, and bring it fuel. We want to mitigate the growth of these blood blood vessels to cancer. It helps detox the body regulates blood glucose because cancer is a glutton for glucose sugar, we want to regulate those things, so it's in the normal range, not in a high celebrated range, and it brings about all kinds, it brings about EPA genetic changes, which means it up, regulates, the expression of tumor suppressor genes genes that attack cancer down, regulates oncogenes, and these are genes that promote cancer, just a quick moment on that. Everybody had a set of genes at the born with you can't change your genes, but you can influence and their studies that prove this, you can influence whether those genes are turned on or turned off and a lot of these alternative complementary therapies can bring about those changes. And there are lots of studies that chest to these facts. Obviously, you, you dive deep into the research, but there's also I'm guessing you've stumbled onto a lot of quackery out there that we have to be cautious about, I mean, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff, because we hear things like hydrogen, peroxide kills cancer, cells, and can cure pancreatic cancer, and so forth. We hear this practically every month. There's some different new treatment. How do you separate the quackery from efficacious alternative cancer treatments that, that's a great question, because I detest people who are charlatans who are quicks who take advantage of vulnerable with so-called therapy.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Can we can we eat to starve cancer has gone more than eleven million views, and he is extraordinary in his thinking. And that that is a wonderful question to begin. With welcome. Dr Lee, Ken Starr, Ken starving ourselves. Help with cancer. Well, Frankie, thanks for having me on. I, you know, really excited to talk about this topic. You know, when I gave my Ted talk in two thousand ten I was introducing really something that most people don't think about which is that we can eat foods in order to be able to starve cancer, which is different than starving. Ourselves starve cancer. Because we know most cancer patients actually have trouble eating and many times they net you need to eat more in order to gain weight. So here's what really the as is happening. I'm I'm a medical doctor and a scientist, and I work in this field called NGO Genesis, which is how our blood body grows blood vessels. And it turns out we have sixty thousand miles with the blood vessels packed inside our bodies these blood vessels, spring oxygen and nutrients every cell in the body. That's healthy cancers actually form all the time. But they can't cro- because they naturally like a blood supply. But when a cancer can hijack our blood vessel system and grow blood vessels to feed itself, then those cancers can become deadly. And researchers. Shown that the moment of blood vessel starts feeding cancer making grow sixteen thousand times in size and just two weeks. No ten we eat to starve cancer was my Ted talk to introduce this idea that research is showing this that's certain foods can cut off the abnormal blood supply feeding cancers, and that's what you mentioned in. My new book could be disease is that there are not just a few foods that can do this. There are more than two hundred foods that can help boost our bodies self defenses against these like cats. So this is the problem, and I have a friend going through cancer treatment right now with pancreatic cancer. They were all excited because her cancer markers went from. They went from four hundred eighty down to forty four normal is thirty eight thirty five she was so close so close and they were so excited. They were doing this new experiment Stanford. Doing a new experimental radiation on her and when they did the latest scan they are another mass in her stomach, and that's how quickly that's how quickly the cancer grew. That is how likely it grew. Right. And this is what happened in fact cancers establish diseases like cancer is established themselves not because cancers happen to us. But actually what happens is our own bodies hardwired defense systems fail. So sort of thinking about like, a like, you know, your your home offenses, you know, I your doors the locks on your doors fail. Then, you know, the the entry insiders alarm inside your house fails, that's really how these diseases take place in and they can grow really fast. But normally our immune system defense against cancer. And immune therapy is something that's really, exciting and foods can boost immunity are micro by. Our gut bacteria turns out to be can't cite cancer defensive mechanism because it actually talks to our immune system at our end, the bugs inside our body. Thirty nine trillion bacteria, actually since help us sense, whether or not cancers growing and try to stamp it down. And of course, our body's own blood vessel system fries to prevent cancer from feeding themselves. So here's here's the real issues that you know, we go to the hospital or go to the doctor's office to get medical treatment. But actually healthcare is what can happen for us between doctor's office visits. And that's really why we can start to eat to help fuel our health offenses and to be to beat disease. So what are some of the foods that we should be eating on a daily basis? What are the because it's all so confusing. You know? Do we eat? Gluten is gluten really bad for us sugars really bad for us. If you have a disease, it's is it the food's different or do. We are we getting the message wrong, we eating foods and then getting the cancer and having to make the changes. So it's like a catch twenty two. What do you recommend? Right. Well, so one of the things I write about my book to beat disease is that the scientists advance to allow us to actually know what foods do to our body. Our bodies respond to what that means is that if we can find foods that.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"I am super super excited today to be talking with a very good friend of ours here. Critical bench. Mr. Nick, Nelson, the mad. Scientists of muscle. He is a phenomenal resource when it comes to unethical training for developing the body developing the physique and and overall strength, so Nick just really super excited. Heavier on the show today expanded to be your unethical if unconventional. Yeah. I I guess I guess maybe maybe I overstepped the batteries they're unethical. It's some of the stuff though, that you see Nick do is definitely way. Like, not even I don't think out of the box necessarily describes it very well. I think if if anyone's familiar with you, it's it's like, the you destroy the box the boxes got pretty much. Yeah. This mashed it and then built the new. Exactly. Yes. So I I guess yeah. I this is all coming from a good place because I really enjoy all the content that Nick has put together over the years and the way that you can train, you know, in the in the gym or outside of the gym in very interesting ways to really transform transform your physique and and his his latest program. Metamorphosis is really just a I mean this took some time obviously to put together. I mean, this is this was not a few week affair. This was something that came together over over months and years of work. And so I take take the listeners back to kind of like how this -volved? How you kinda came to the idea for the metamorphosis program, and and in what is involved with this. Absolutely. And like, you said this goes back, a long ways, this goes back probably more than twenty five years in total of just basically training experience in developing these concepts over time, and then kind of realizing overtime that these needed to go into their own separate program because this is what you can do to change your body. Very very quickly by using them is started actually when the the friend of mine had Jim was going to have been training to three years at that point in going almost twenty eight years now, so he kind of said, you know, you really big really strong. But you don't have a lot of density muscles. You know? It's like you don't have vascular like interesting. So he suggested I start doing under upsets century sets. So I looked into that more did whole bunch of research. I tried them and really liked it. And that was. Basically the beginning phase one of this program, which you'll see as we're going through. It is designed to transform your body literally from the inside out because one of the things that people run into when they hit a wall in their training winning hit plateau is not necessarily because you're training wrong is just that your physiology is not developed enough to handle building more muscle for a good example of this. If you're building a house, if you use really skinny would there's only so much weight that house can handle before it collapsed before you really shouldn't building more onto it. But if you use really thick would you use really good, plumbing, good, electrical, everything you can really expand. That matt's. Exactly what we're gonna do this program. So the first phase of this programme that kinda came across was end eugenicist training, which is developing more blood vessels in your body. So a good example is like plumbing in your house. If you just got a couple of pipes. It's not very. Efficient another Gumi to think of it is also if you're on a street, and you're getting a lot of deliveries to your house. If you've only got like one main street, there's going to be a lot of traffic on that street, not can be very efficient. So what we're doing is. We're building side streets were building back alleys were really making the body. More efficient in terms of getting blood to the muscles which helps with performance in getting protein the muscles which helps with growth, obviously. So phase one of this program is all about NGO Genesis training. And that's where came to me kind of twenty five years ago..

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So as as she was saying, I think that after time people can quit look over their shoulder every day. I get up and wondering if the is looming for them again and move on. I mean, that's what makes me so happy about the show about Sharon's experience because she was told by physicians don't have any children and after a while five and she said, none cared. I'm gonna have my kids normal life, Monica mcnealy. How I mean, how many immunotherapy is are are out there right now. Well, we have fifteen cancer indication. Fifty indications. So fifteen specific cancer conditions that are now approved have drugs approved by the US FDA for treatment using him, you know therapies. But what's another fascinating thing about our field is there are literally thousands last count about two thousand different new immunotherapy drugs agents approaches that are currently undergoing clinical testing. So the field is just been blown wide open by by the proof of principle that untangling this biology can have a true transformative effect on patients lives, and I just took a single landslide two thousand currently in development or clinical trial, different agents from hitting different tart, different components of the immune system are all undergoing. Nicole testing across the world. And when's the last time cancer research has seen that kind of explosion in potential therapies? Oh, I don't think ever. I mean, this is really this is really a completely new era. And you know, we really have to knowledge that why are we here? We're here because there's been a tremendous investment on the part of our government on the part of of of industry in understanding tumor biology in a very deep level. And that understanding is leading to so many different possibilities for for treatment of cancer. I wonder if I, I, I wanna just inject a little bit of not skepticism, but perhaps a little caution here because and please correct me if I'm wrong because I remember a while ago maybe a generation ago, there was a lot of excitement, for example, around Judah Folkman research and NGO Genesis and cancers thinking like if we, if we sort of figured out a way to block the blood flow to tumors at that would be a way to. To really get rid of any and all cancers in the body. Very exciting line of research perhaps didn't yield the kind of treatments that we're seeing. Now with immunotherapy should we so should we continue to have some some measure of a grain of salt or skepticism, even around this moment of great excitement of jail Magnette couldn't have possibly picked a better example. You know, we didn't plan this, but you know, one of the things I'm sure Dr Alison can will chime in here too, is that that work that Dr Folkman did to look at the blood vessels is now being combined with the drugs that Dr Allison's group has developed with with came out of his work and the combination of targeting the blood vessel together with targeting the tea with activating the taking the brakes off the t. cell is producing even better responses in some tumors. So at that nothing goes wasted. That's that's correct corrected the one of the things that we're realizing that. Is coming coming. True is that does that just immunotherapy can be combined with not only other therapies but with conventional therapies chemotherapy. And as you said end you enter Genesis therapies in virtually anything that kills tumor cells can be used to prime immune response. So that's why they're so many combinations out there. So many that we've, we've got a really, you know, have have data before deciding to do a combination in any kind of scale or else would you know we're going to be going down a lot of false leads. All right. Well, you know, we've had a lot of callers who want to join us because obviously cancer is a huge issue that does have an impact on so many people's lives. You're listening to our to Jim Allison. He was awarded the two, the two thousand eighteen Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for his work in cancer immunotherapy, he shares that a word of the tussock Honjo of Kyoto University, and you're also hearing from Monica Burton Yolly. She's president of the American society for Clinical Oncology. Chief of the division of surgical oncology at danafarber, Brigham and women's hospital cancer center. So we've got a couple of the top researchers in cancer with us this hour..

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"In life it's critical love it i think there's a lot of great information in what you just said i'm curious though is there is there a way to or have you seen this away to improve or reform the structure of actual blood vessels themselves like we know we can improve neurons we know we can have neurogenesis and recreate neurons that are damaged or no kind of dormant but how about blood vessels themselves like is that something you see is can be reshaped and restructured the body can adapt itself you'll see in people that have some very very slow narrowing of blood vessels which happens with the normal aging process it doesn't matter how healthy you are your blood vessels are ultimately going to obtain some get some deposits of cholesterol in them when it happens very gradually the body itself will create with something called ngo genesis which is in blood vessels bypass areas of stricture to give more blood flow and that can happen but the more important and that comes with exercise but the more important thing with exercise is that what when we exercise when we strengthen our heart and we pump the blood to our brain in a better more efficient fashion our brain tissue is getting those nutrients more regularly in the first place so that's why exercise is a key component for a lifelong learner and for someone who wants to have long healthy life thirty minutes of exercise increases the blood for the brain strengthens the pump that sends the blood to the brain and that's one of those predictors of of longevity for sure and briefly touching on the trigem neuralgia because that seems like it's a pretty interesting thing in terms of the blood vessels and it's like pressing on a nerve you worked with a guy by the name of dr peter janetta who is basically the founder of modern neuro surgery one of the top neurosurgeon in the world what was it like working under him and what did you learn from being an understudy of someone of that esteem he was just an amazing person to work with on so many levels first of all he was a master herge and he was a person who demonstrated a lot of courage a lot a lot of courage mazing mazing in the oor great technical microsurgeons he was also just a bibliophile he just was a huge reader and he passes knowledge on to everybody that he talked to and he called me that at a young age he said when you read a book look don't just read it talk to every single person you can't about because that's what's going to reinforce that book in your mind you're going to be helping them and you're gonna be helping yourself so he taught me nanny different ways to train my brain which was another great skill that he that he left with me and then lastly he really along when my parents he taught me how to be a good person he taught me how to focus on everybody in the hospital workers at team he insisted that he would be called peter never wanted to be called dr janetta he told everybody in the hospital that and he treated every person in the hospital as if they were the most important person of that day when he was speaking with that person that was just an invaluable lesson every single person around you has value and as part of this ecosystem this world but that we are in to deliver service to people so when i'm working in hosp title i try to follow those ideals dr gina had in the operating room i have to say he was surgeon extraordinary he was incredibly nimble in surgery we talk about minimum movements just totally efficient and his movements everything that he did.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Science fiction day but as long as they keep doing amazing things i guess i don't really care what they look like sure so yes pretty sweet i mean i've been reading about dna origami and of course i've been i've been interested in nanomedicine in knin abott's for decades um so it's nice to see that there's you know a nice incremental leap here um you know it's still early stages like steve said and always points out just rats and an end so not only that so this is exciting but we've been here many times before and typically what happens when you have a new cancer treatment that theoretically sounds awesome in at this level the evidence is really encouraging antidote ixelles survivability and rats etcetera etcetera it never translates into a cure for cancer even certain types of cancer it translates into one more drug three in our armament terry am that incrementally improves survival of right and so ser cancer survival has been slowly incrementally increasing over a decade aids and this will keep that going right that's it this will just keep the that incremental survivability going i grieve i think you're beat you pessimistic on this because this was good all its realistic have gone how they have a treadmill hold us five we have other treatments that shut down the blood supply to solid tumors and ten years ago we were in the exact same place over shutting down the blood supply to these tumors it keeps them it prevents ngo genesis within tumors it's gonna starve the tumors and kill him in it looks great networks wonderful and yeah it's now approved it's a great treatment and it was another incremental advance didn't it was rigging founder don't try to convince me with big words and to you.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Eight after transplantation enervating prostate cancer a clinical implications of basic research article by chen from the norwegian university of science and technology trondheim norway an interesting sideeffect of betablockers is a reduction in the risk of prostate cancer and associated death thus there exists an epidemiologic link between a drug that affects the address nurkic nervous system and prostate tumorigenesis recent studies provide clues to the mechanistic underpinnings of this link the development of prostate cancer in both humans and mice includes progression from the pre neil plastic stage lowgrade to highgrade prostatic intra epithelial neil pleasure to add no carcinoma the ngo genic switch coincides with the progression from lowgrade to highgrade prostatic indra epithelial neil croatia both angiogenesis and x sonal genesis exist at the level of high grade prostatic inter epithelial neil pleasure and become more pronounced in nieto plastic invasive add no carcinoma in a recent study deletion of the gene encoding the it to adron nurkic receptor in a mouse model of prostate cancer triggered a shift from glycolysis two oxidative phosphorylation in endothelial cells this process then led to inhibition of sight of skeletal activity and suppression of ngo genesis thus the tumor did not progress does cvs aetna spell the end of business as usual a perspective article by lee more daphne from harvard business school boston the proposed seventy billion dollar merger of cvs and aetna would be the largest deal ever in the healthcare sector outside pharmaceutical company mergers and among the twenty largest deals in history so this seems inappropriate occasion to pause and consider what it might mean for the health care delivery system the new company combines a health insurer aetna with a pharmacy benefit manager pbm cbs care mark and a retail pharmacy and provider chain cvs stores and minute clinics unlike other recent healthcare megadeals the proposed arrangement is not about one firm gobbling up another.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Somatic activating k rest mutations in arterial venus malformations of the brain by sergei nicole live from the university of geneva medical school sporadic arterial venus malformations of the brain which are more for logically abnormal connections between arteries and veins in the brain vascular our leading cause of hemorrhagic stroke in young adults and children the genetic cause of this rare focal disorder is unknown these investigators analyzed tissue and blood samples from patients with arterial venus malformations of the brain to detect somatic mutations somatic activating k rest mutations were detected in tissue samples from forty five of the seventy two patients and in none of the twenty one paired blood samples in endothelial sell enriched cultures derived from arterial venus malformations of the brain the investigators detected k rest mutations and observed that expression of mute and k rest in endothelial cells invitro induced increased irk extracellular signal regulated kindness activity increased expression of genes related to ngo genesis and notch signalling and enhanced migratory behavior these processes were reversed by inhibition of map kate mighty jin activated protein kind ace irk signalling these investigators identified activating k rasmus tation in the majority of tissue samples of arterial venus malformations of the brain that they analysed they propose that these malformations develop as a result of k russ induced activation of the map kate irk signalling pathway in brain endothelial cells elimination of cost sharing for screening mammography in medicare advantage plans by amal trivedi from brown university school of public health providence rhode island the affordable care act required most insurers and the medicare program to eliminate costsharing for screening mammography this study analyse the effects of eliminating costsharing for screening mammography among medicare advantage plans that eliminated costsharing waits of screening mammography increased by approximately six percentage points as compared with matched control plans that maintained full coverage for mammography the increases in screening occurred during the immediate two year period after costsharing was eliminated with a little increase after that time costsharing elimination appear to have attenuated effects among women.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Take whatever appropriate actions might be appropriate in that situation i'll just also mentioned there is a a treatment that involves injection in the eye for people with the wet form of macular degeneration and that's like a miracle it has restored site for many people who have just started to develop these abnormal blood vessels so detecting the blood vessels early and treating them with this treatment to make them go away is crucial and if we're able to do that then presumably there is less worry about taking aspirin now dr mcdonnell you mentioned a miracle and in fact these anti ngo genesis drugs have really changed the face of macular degeneration because there was a time when there wasn't much of anything that could be done maybe may be some laser treatment but but these drugs really are making a difference but there's a lot of controversy over the cost and i wonder if you could give us some insight where we stand on the two primary drugs and how people can afford this kind of approach and where the world of ophthalmology that you swim in has evolved in terms of actual treatment these some medications initially the anti veg fa gents were uh first develop as a way to treat cancer the belief was that if you could stop blood vessels from growing into tumors in feeding the tumors than the tumors could grow and that was the theory of dr judah folkman up at the boston children's hospital and he was right and he uh did most of that pioneering work to figure out how to stop tumorous and cancers from growing uh he knew about the i problem one of my professor said had worked with him on that but he was primarily interested in blood vessels to treat people with cancer it turned out that the first one that he that was developed a drug called a vast and uh was tried in people with microgeneration and uh ophthalmologists were stunned by the results it worked dramatically.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of a polyphenols rich diet that's a lot of fruits vegetables nothing seats they fight cancer cells and they inhibit something called ngo genesis ngo genesis is the growth of blood vessels that feed the tumor so tumors have to have their own blood supply and if you eat a lot of polyphenols it's going to stop that growth fight free radicals they reduce the appearance of aging and reduce inflammation and again as a chiropractor i wanna make sure bringing down the inflammation as quickly as possible they protect your skin against ultraviolet radiation you can actually a good diet it acts as somewhat of an internal sunscreen not totally but it works as part of it it promotes brain health and protect against the mansur very seldom in fact i can't think of any case i've ever heard of of someone who has a good plantbased diet high in fruits vegetables not sincethe and polyphenols have they ever gotten a case of dementia now i'm sure it's out there i've just never heard of war good plantbased diet supports normal blood sugar and lipid levels keeps your fat levels normal you need to get bvitamins in your diet as well because what happens is your colon has bacteria and bacteria do a lot of things when you eat food your body doesn't really absorb the nutrients the bacteria breakdown what you eat spit out what they don't like and that's what you absorb and bvitamins come from bacteria as he got to make sure you you're feeding the bacterial well and you can also supplement with bvitamins dr joe's essential source has bvitamins inning recent research suggest folic acid this is the bvitamins usually a low they want to make sure pregnant women get enough folic acid because it protects the fetus can help prevent conje the heart disease you want to get your b nine which is called full eight from naturally occurring fall late implants folic acid is the synthetic version of be nine which is oftentimes youth and supplements this this synthetic version of new of nutrients are supplements don't work as well as the natural version so far alec acid bad fully good vitamin d to synthetic i wouldn't take it vitamin d three natural good so gin gets a little complicated but you.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on WDRC

"Promotes ngo genesis which means more blood vessels forming in an area and the surgery itself can stimulate inflammation and all of these things do not help you when you have cancer so many times when you have a tumor doing the surgery to parent remove is the worst thing because then a kanter can spread i mean every case is different so there are six essentials of every cell in your body and so what we wanna do is let's not talk but all the negative stuff because his only ten minutes left now i have just talk about all negative stuff you know cancer scary yes but there's so many things that you can do to get your body so healthy that cancer cannot survive okay so there are six essentials of every cell and what you want to do is we want to get all these essentials in you in your body in your cells so that addis innis at a cellular level you have your a really really healthy your your body your cells need 22 amino acids you your cells need antioxidants your cells need proper fatty acids which are omega3s and omega sixes your cells need live enzymes they need vitamins they need and they need minerals and trace minerals these are all the things that your body needs and so how do you get these things i'm not that that consumed that lake when i give you this list like unita's take a whole bunch of supplements but no that's not with no that's not what works taking a whole bunch of supplements thus now what works no works get your amino acids from grassfed meat from grassfed dairy from organic chicken an from wild caught fish um you get your and from vegetables you get your antioxidants from organic fruits and vegetables enzymes are energized protein molecules and play.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"These three help oon zoo to ward off the a prostate cancer you mentioned it may be a leukemia i mean what do we know about these free in these in these specific cancers so vitamin d is extremely important in regulating cell growth so we talk about so the growth itself but is also wants to sell grows this communication between one fell one another film of cold felt cell communication and have been some studies uh suggested that of vitamin d uh can reduce camp to progression bike slowing the growth and development of new blood vessels in cancerous tissue and therefore increasing cancer cell death or reducing fell proliferation and apathy so what does that mean that means that when you have cancer it's an uncontrollable uh reproduction of a certain self and whether it's prostate cancer lung cancer brain cancer the matter where the cancer is we're talking about how a tumor cancers and things like that uh and in order you know if you can interrupt the what is called the ngo genesis cancer cells have this ability to actually grow blood vessels and as a result of those blood vessel being grown just the grows the self and so you need you works apply to to uh for cancer to work in vitamin d actually reduces vat lots of cry by reducing and recording the communication between south to self and uh you know vitamin d has influence as in for his i'm more than two hundred human june which can be impaired when vitamin d suboptimal and those chains are clearly not only related cardiovascular health high blood pressure multiple sclerosis autism alzheimer's rheumatoid arthritis as ryan and all those other things have just spoken about but it really does wreak havoc on on uh on on cancer prevention or actually a deficiency can really lead to uh to the uncontrolled growth of shell and any cancer situation as well as leukemia is as you know uh unfortunately my mom passed away waste from leukemia later in life she was never sick and then how life but i can tell you she was always very hail and she never went in front never winning the tonci heated this sunshine and wanna get wrinkles uh when she passed away her skin was flawless and.

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"ngo genesis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ngo genesis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"On their own stop cancer but they studies have shown that when you introduced them the in studies that the the cancer in the tumor stop and then if you re re remove them the cancer growth uk occurs again so yeah i mean until ghinva andrew of the alkalinity effect is certainly something that's intriguing but you're what i think is also interesting is this idea of anti andhra genesis and the actual growth of you know small blood vessels into carcinogenic areas and they enter tumors it appears that you know you talk by chlorophyll but this other this this pigment uh to its inspire elina you probably know hot pronounces pigment bright hydrated fighter fico cyanika so i'll backup below that spear lena is what's called a bluegreen algae and chlorophyll is a gu as saric lorella is a green algae now the pigment that makes the bluegreen algae blue is called fico sinan and it has been found have was called anti angiogenesis properties this is on this means that it stops the growth of blood vessels to cancer to tumors and to cancers frankly i didn't even know this until a couple of years ago we were contacted by something called the anti ngo genesis associations a 20yearold nonprofit actually based here in cambridge massachusetts funded by bill gates and bill clinton and all the big bills of the world so it's a very reputable organisation and they contacted us because they they said did you know that hurst pure leinna stocks cancer we said oh no we didn't and they invited us to be part of their their global conference that they were holding this was two years ago so it's quite remarkable and the reason why one of the reasons why so so.

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