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    Calin is probably referring to a hardcopy. It appears that the online html copy I purchased from http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/172318   and the hardcopy are paged differently. I was referring to the online html copy of the book which costs $7.99 USD. It would help in our discussion about Salvestrols if everyone were to obtain a copy of either the ebook, online version or hardcopy.  http://www.sal...

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      The link from my previous post is fixed here. Suggested cruciferous vegetable extract that should be okay combine with Salvestrols: Life Extension's Triple Action Cruciferous Vegetable Extract  http://tinyurl.com/aphabdy   "Amount Per Serving: Broccoli (Brassica oleracea l.) Super Concentrate Extract (plants and sprouts) [std. to 4% glucosinolates (16 mg)] 400 mgIndole-3-Carbinol (I3C) 80 mgWatercress...

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        Hi, To quote Macdon: "Then it would be wrong to combine this product below which contains D-Glucarate with salvestrols?Would it be wrong to combine cruciferous vegetable extracts with salvestrols?Looking at the internet it would seem that calciumn D-Glucarate is contained in a number of popular fruits and vegetables.The product is Estrosense – It contains D-Glucarate, Indole-3-Carbinol, Sulforaphane, Sunpheno...

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          Allow me to reiterate. Based on the steps involved, Salvestrols may be rendered ineffective by the following ways: 1. When there is no CYP1B1 protein in cancer cells, or 2. When there is CYP1B1 protein in cancer cells but there is a malfunction in the glucuronidation process in the body, or 3. When there is CYP1B1 protein in cancer cells but no β-glucuronidase. Regards, Swift

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            Hi everyone, This post serves as a caution to anyone who takes Salvestrols in combination with Calcium D-Glucarate: "Calcium D-Glucarate inhibits B-glucuronidase thereby enhancing glucuronidation, in which foreign organic compounds, fat-soluble toxins and excess steroid hormones such as estrogen are detoxified and excreted from our bodies.' Glucuronidation helps to transport the Salvestrols to the cancer cells. Ho...

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              Hi all, Researchers have shown that CYP1B1 was not detected in all cancer samples and yet all cancer types have CYP1B1 expression. This statement may seem contradictory so I shall provide an explanation here along with links and quotes from resources. By reading this, I hope that it helps you to obtain clarity on this issue. To quote Calin: "Could you be so kind as to provide a link or resource...

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                Hi all, I'd like to thank you all for sharing your findings and especially to Bigsky20 (i.e. Kami), from whom I've learned a lot lately based on the links provided in recent posts.   And to Macdon, who also posted two interesting questions recently that I'd like to answer. To quote Macdon: 1. "I think we should get back on track and find out how to make salvestrols work in 100% of people. ...

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                  Hi, Here's a pdf link to the report Bigsky20 quoted:   http://mcr.aacrjournals.org/content/4/3/135.full.pdf This excerpt is found on pages labelled 143 and 145: "CYP1B1 may also be involved in the causation of endometrial cancers brought about by tamoxifen therapy (140-142). Tamoxifen is a potent antiestrogen used for the treatment of several estrogen-mediated cancers. CYP1B1 is the primary catalyst of ...

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                    Here is an article "Salvestrol Beat Breast Cancer" by Gerry Potter  http://goarticles.com/article/Salvestrols-Beat-Breast-Cancer/6525603/ To find out more of such articles, please go to that website and search for "Salvestrols" So I agree with AJoan and Indie43 that it makes sense: Salvestrols should work better with the CYP1B1 enzyme especially in breast cancer.  If it doesn't or doesn't seem...

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                      Hi all, Here are the two links (corrected): http://www.salvestrols.co.za/professor-dan-burke/ http://www.salvestrols.co.za/professor-gerry-potter/ In my view, people with any type of hormonal cancer imbalances (testosterone or estrogen), who don't have comparable results such as those documented in the Salvestrol case studies may want to give it a reasonable amount of time (not ...

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