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    Table 1 of US Patent 8,993,587 B3 shows the cancer types that have been tested with the syro/metformin. Nearly all types tested show response, but a few did not.  MD-231 (triple negative) breast cancer is one of the non responders. I'm pretty sure my wife's is ER+.

    Monday at 12:38 PM view post
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      Link to Steven's thread on another forum: https://tinyurl.com/Syro-plus-Metformin-thread

      Monday at 12:23 PM view post
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        Yes, I have seen that, just watched it again, thanks. I have been making a high fat ptotein shake for her, made with 1/4 cup MCT oil (mixed with 2 tablespoons cocoa powder), added to 1 scoop protein powder, 2oz cream cheese, 1 cup water, plus double hand full of ice, blended. But, her appetite is poor so it sometimes takes her three days to finish it.  I have recently started giving her two or three tablespoon...

        Monday at 12:06 PM view post
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          Shirley is still losing weight, down to 131.  I just placed an order for a one gram vial of syrosingopine... They are out of stock, say it will take about twenty days to get it in.

          September 11 at 4:31 AM view post
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            Wow, KoDiscovery (Dr. Ko?) is liscening to a Korean drug company.

            September 11 at 4:21 AM view post
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              No, I haven't tried to contact Dr. Ko. I'm waiting to hear back from my pen pal who is using syrosingopine/metformin.  His next PET scan is the end of the month.

              August 11 at 4:59 PM view post
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                Did Dr. Ko have anything to say about progress on 3BP? Is the delay due to the lawsuit, or technical issues?

                August 10 at 8:56 PM view post
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                  I have been emailing back and forth with a guy on another forum that is using metformin in combination with syro. The combination was recently patented.  A comment from my pen pal about this: Prof Dr Dom Benjamin in switzerland who discovered syro works with metformin was paid by a pharmisutical Co to discover a drug to go with metformin. when the only one turned out to be syro they shelved it. no profit in it...

                  August 08 at 11:45 PM view post
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                    Thank you so much.  I'm sorry you lost your husband. Whatever happened to 3BP?  It would be nice to get an update from Dr. Ko. I've been looking into metformin in combination with syrosingopine, an old blood pressure drug.  I posted about it earlier. The combination was recently patented, but I've heard the drug company is not interested in marketing it, since both drugs are off patent. The syr...

                    August 07 at 9:35 PM view post
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                      Good news, Shirley's CA15-3 cancer marker only went up two points this month, to 89, high normal is 25.  And, she put on two pounds. I've been giving her a tablespoon of fish oil every six hours, when she takes her pain med. We met with her oncologist's PA yesterday.  I asked her about getting a prescription for dipyridamole.  When she asked what it was for, I told her it's a blood thinner to prevent...

                      August 07 at 8:57 PM view post
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