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    -Yes, I have noticed this as well. Oral/dental health problems are largely caused by several bacterial species (e.g., Streptococcus mutans which erodes enamel with lactic acid). Removing carbohydrates leaves them without a food supply. It is reasonable to expect that so-called primitive peoples had much better oral health than do those now living in the modern world (excluding those who adhere to a ketogenic diet). ...

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      JohnnyP, I am sorry to hear your perception of the care received from your physicians. This is unexpected as we live in such a virtual and superintensive Artificial Intelligence world now that one might expect that competitive forces would emerge to counteract patient/consumer dissatisfaction. There have been transformative changes in almost all areas of our lives that have put consumer satisfaction and choice as the...

      Friday at 4:08 AM view post
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        You might consider 3-Bromopyruvate. This is a quote from the first url below. "The rate of tumor necrosis due to 3BP treatment seems to exceed all known cytostatic drugs." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=22328020 3-BP has demonstrated extreme effects on cancers in these 2 human reports. The studies in mice resulted in profoundly extreme responses. The melanoma patient below, as opposed to the liver patie...

        Friday at 2:48 AM view post
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          JohnnyP, I will try to listen more to others, it will be difficult, though I'll give it a try. In this spirit, I will review your previous comments that I left unanswered. - Your post about high glucose levels is important. Ketone production is one positive step, though the next part of the plan is to move to lower glucose levels. Lowering glucose should not be that tough; reducing caloric intake and some light exe...

          January 17 at 3:02 AM view post
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            JohnnyP, I want to bring to your attention an overview diagram for the metabolism pathways. The metro map on the page below integrates the research efforts of many thousands of scientists likely over at least the last few centuries. This is to a very large extent what our thread has been discussing over all of these years. Now we can finally see a top level view. Clearly the complexity shown in the figure represents...

            January 16 at 4:18 AM view post
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              JohnnyP,When reviewing those early posts I cringe. I was posting through so many discussions without carefully considering the high level knowledge that was being demonstrated. The take away message is when life is confusing, it is very important to listen to those who have greater insight. I still  need to work on this skill.My information on HowardA was that the chicken salinomycin caused him to have a substan...

              January 16 at 1:27 AM view post
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                JohnnyP, so much exciting research out there to explore. -Remember that ketosis is only stage 1 of the metabolic cancer plan. Of course, for many it would be the most difficult to achieve. Step 2 is to lower glucose levels. This greatly amplifies the anti-tumor effect. -Exercise appears to be an intriguing and powerful anti-cancer treatment approach.  I was reading about exercise research research where runne...

                January 14 at 4:11 AM view post
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                  Yesterday, I posted my first skim through on the C11 acetate PET scan. Today, I did a check through and it appears to hold together. Acetic acid enters cancer cells through MCT-1. For clarity acetic is the second simplest carboxylic acid aside from formic acid (aka ant acid). At physiological pH acetic acid would be in the form of acetate, so a C11 acetate PET scan could be fairly cancer specific. (MCT-1 stands for ...

                  January 13 at 4:57 AM view post
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                    JohnnyP, this is a very exciting time for me! I have been thinking a great deal about cancer recently and some of the pieces are falling into place for me. Thank you again for posting the video link! I believe that I have some insight into how this clinic achieved their results. It is diasppointing, though, how skimpy their patient reports are. In this current age of open science, patient files and all data points s...

                    January 12 at 3:57 AM view post
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                      JohnnyP, I am not sure how to cope with that one. It would be so much easier if doctors could be partners in helping their patients. This typically does not seem to be how the system works out. Having a centralized treatment regimen for disease clearly makes sense when there are highly effective treatments that have been developed. In fact, in such a scenario there would be no other morally acceptable system. Yet, w...

                      January 11 at 5:28 AM view post
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