Treatments

Rigvir

Rigvir subcutaneous What is it? RIGVIR is a virus therapy that has been promoted to treat melanoma. How does it work? The drug consists of live viruses that cannot cause disease. According to the manufacturer, the viruses specifically infect tumor cells and lead to their death. Against which cancer types can it be used? RIGVIR …

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resveratrol

Resveratrol

Resveratrol intravenous How Effective Is Resveratrol Against Cancer? What is it? Resveratrol is a natural substance with anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties. How does it work? Resveratrol can prevent the formation of cancer cells by preventing damage to our genes (DNA). If cancer cells already exist, resveratrol activates a self-destruction mechanism that leads to cell death. …

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Quercetin

Quercetin intravenous What is it? Quercetin is an antioxidant substance that is found in many vegetables and fruits. How does it work? Quercetin inhibits cancer growth by forcing cancer cells to commit suicide. Each cell has a suicide program, which is activated whenever it becomes too old or too sick. Cancer cells deactivate this program …

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Naltrexone

Naltrexone

Naltrexone oral What is it? Naltrexone is a drug that is used in some countries as part of addiction therapy for alcohol and opioid addiction. How does it work? Low-dose Naltrexone binds to specific receptors (opioid receptors), causing the body to produce short-acting opioids (met-enkephalin). These substances can block the growth of cancer cells while …

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Metformin

Metformin

Metformin oral What is it? Metformin is a widely used drug for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. How does it work? Metformin blocks important enzymes in cancer cells that are responsible for cancer growth and reproduction. It also directly affects energy production within the cells. Responsible for energy production are the mitochondria. Metformin inhibits processes …

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Melatonin

Melatonin

Melatonin oral What is it? Melatonin is a hormone that is produced in the brain and controls the day-night rhythm of humans. How does it work? Melatonin can inhibit the growth of cancer cells by inhibiting tumor vessels and thus slowing the supply of oxygen and nutrients to cancer cells. Melatonin also activates a type …

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L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine intravenous What is it? L-carnitine is an amino acid compound and plays a vital role in energy metabolism. How does it work? Each cell can produce energy from the following three components: Glucose, fatty acids, and amino acids.Glucose can be mobilized quickly and is the preferred method for energy production. However, fatty acids are …

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Hydroxytyrosol

Hydroxytyrosol intravenous The Olive Oil Ingredient Against Cancer What is it? Hydroxytyrosol is a substance from the olive with potent antioxidant properties. How does it work? Hydroxytyrosol works specifically against cancer cells by inhibiting their growth and pushing the cancer cell to programmed self-destruction. This is done by inhibiting substances that originally block self-destruction. Hydroxytyrosol …

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GcMAF

GcMAF

GcMAF subcutaneous What is it? GcMAF stands for GC protein-derived macrophage-activating factor and is a protein that occurs naturally in the body. How does it work? GcMAF is said to stimulate specific immune cells (macrophages) and thereby activate them to fight cancer cells. Against which cancer types can it be used? The usage of GcMAF …

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EGCG

EGCG, Epigallocatechin gallate intravenous The Green Tea Ingredient Against Cancer What is it? EGCG stands for epigallocatechin gallate and is an important antioxidant of green tea. How does it work? For rapid growth, every tumor needs blood vessels that transport nutrients and oxygen to the cells. EGCG inhibits the growth of cancer cells by preventing …

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