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rice bran (RB)
30 g of rice bran and 35 g of navy been power a day
Addition of rice bran (RB) and navy bean (NB) powder to meals and snacks alters gut microbiota in a way that dramatically reduces the risk for colorectal cancer (CRC) based on exciting new research presented during the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2017 Annual Meeting.

Valaciclovir

Reduction of serum prostate-specific antigen levels following varicella-zoster infection and valaciclovir treatment in prostate cancer.

Eur Urol.  2009; 56(2):392-4 (ISSN: 1873-7560)

Jurhill RR; van der Veen H; van Leenders GJ; Verhagen PC
We present two prostate cancer patients, including one with a castration-resistant cancer whose rising serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels showed a remarkable drop after a reactivated varicella-zoster virus infection treated with valaciclovir. In one patient, we found a temporary decrease in serum PSA lasting for at least 4 mo. In the patient with castration-resistant prostate cancer, serum PSA decreased to <0.01 microg/l and has remained undetectable since.

4-Methylumbelliferone
400 mg 3x day
4-Methylumbelliferone (4-MU or Cantabiline) in one study 4-MU inhibited prostate cancer and bone metastasis in 100% of subjects. Even after stopping treatment, no bone metastases developed. Used in Germany in 1930s to treat metastatic prostate cancer successfully. In recent declassified documents that were originally seized in Operation Paper Clip at the end of World War II, studies by German doctors on German Military Officers and prisoners in concentration camps showed a complete reversal of metastatic prostate cancer.

Isosilybin B
60 mg 3x day
Scientists recently uncovered Isosilybin B, a novel component of over-the-counter supplement, milk thistle, that is active against both hormone-dependent and hormone-independent prostate cancers. Anti-tumor action in bladder and prostate cancer. 

Pterostilbene
50 mg 3x day
Pterostilbene (trans-3,5-dimethoxy-4-hydroxystilbene) , an over-the-counter supplement suppresses prostate cancer irrespective of androgen status. Inhibits MTA1 associated with prostate cancer aggressiveness. Increases p53 tumor suppressor in breast and prostate cancer. extremely effective against resistant bladder cancer.

PSK and PSP
Polysaccharide peptide (PSP) and polysaccharide-K (PSK) show very strong promise in fightning tumor growth as well as boost the immune system.
EGCG
325 mg 1x day
EGCG, Epigallocatechin-3-gallate, Blocks Most Forms of Cancer, has been shown to help prevent and treat a wide variety of cancers, including Colon cancer, Breast cancer, Prostate cancer, Lung cancer, Ovarian cancer, Hepatoma, Bladder cancer, Leukemia, Myeloma, and Melanoma.

Curcumin (CurQlife®)
400 mg 2xday
Inhibits STAT3 & NF-?B which play key-roles in cancer. Suppresses Sp-1 in colorectal, bladder and lung carcinoma. Effective in osteoarthritis, inflammation, certain skin diseases, Alzheimer's, colitis, stomach ulcers, high cholesterol, scabies, diabetes, HIV, uveitis, and viral infections.

Vitamin D3
4000 IU 1xday
Preliminary results from a recent study indicate that many of the men who received vitamin D showed improvements in their prostate tumors, whereas the tumors in the placebo group either stayed the same or got worse.

Boswellia (AprèsFlex®)
100 mg 1x day
Studies show this may be effective against prostate cancer. Best extract of Boswellia is AprèsFlex® (Boswellia serrata) Extract. A compound in boswellia called AKBA (3-O-acetyl-11-keto-ß-boswellic acid) blocks 5-lipoxygenase (5-LOX).

CoQ10
100 to 200 mg 1x day
CoQ 10 can suppress cancer cell growth but the mechanisms involved are not known.

Metformin
500 mg 3x day
Metformin is a prescription drug that has emerged as a powerful anticancer agent for diabetics that has the ability to lower circulating insulin may be particularly important for the treatment of cancers known to be associated with hyperinsulinemia, such as those of the breast and colon. Moreover, metformin may exhibit direct inhibitory effects on cancer cells by inhibiting mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) signaling and protein synthesis.

Arecoline
Arecoline—the stimulant component of areca nuts—has anticancer properties, researchers at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have discovered. The findings are scheduled for publication in Molecular Cell. Areca nuts are chewed for their stimulant effects in many Asian countries, and evidence links the practice to the development of oral and esophageal cancer. Analogous to nicotine, arecoline was identified as an inhibitor of the enzyme ACAT1, which contributes to the metabolism-distorting Warburg effect in cancer cells.
Melatonin
1 mg 1x day
The research also revealed that men who had higher levels of Melatonin in their urine had a 75 percent decreased risk of advanced prostate cancer, compared with men with lower Melatonin levels. Inhibits estrogen-responsive human breast cancer cells and augment the effectiveness of tamoxifen.

Super Berries
The Super berries include Black Raspberries, Strawberries, and the Jamun Berry (or Indian Blackberry) have been found to have significant anti-cancer effects.

African Cherry/P. Africanum
P. africanum is a tree that grows in tropical zones and is used by African tribes to treat urinary symptoms and gastric pain. In the 18th century, European travelers learned from South African tribes that P. africanum could be used to treat bladder discomfort and enlarged prostate.
Cat's Claw
Named after its hook-like horns, cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is a woody vine native to the Amazon rainforest and other places in South and Central America. The bark and root have been used by South Americans for centuries to treat health problems including cancer, arthritis, stomach ulcers, inflammation, dysentery, and fevers. It was also used as a form of birth control.
Ginger Extract

The British Journal of Nutrition published the results of an American study in 2012 in which ginger extract (zingiber officinale) actually killed human prostate cancer cells, while healthy prostate cells were not affected at all. Researchers found that the results occurred at a daily dose of 100 mg of ginger extract per kilogram of body weight.

Ellagic Acid
40 mg 1x day
Ellagic Acid from Red Raspberries May Be A Cure for Cancer? Studies have shown that consuming one cup of red raspberries per day (40 mg of ellagitannins) prevents the development of cancer cells

Flufenamic Acid
200 mg 1xday
An over-the-counter cold medicine, flufenamic acid, an inhibitory factor for AKR1C1, suppressed cancerous bladder cells' invasive activities and restored the effectiveness of anticancer drugs. This latest research could pave the way for medical institutions to use flufenamic acid—a much cheaper cold drug—which has unexpectedly been proven to be effective at fighting cancers.

LXR-623
In mouse models, LXR-623 easily crossed the blood-brain barrier to bind with LXRs in normal cells, stimulating the production of oxysterols and the reduction of cholesterol. There was no effect upon healthy neurons and other brain cells, the scientists found, but GBM cells were deprived of vital cholesterol, resulting in cell death and tumor regression.
Avasimibe
50-500 mg 1xday
Avasimibe selectively kills prostate cancer cells by preventing the cholesteryl ester accumulation by inhibiting desertification enzyme ACAT-1 and inducing free cholesterol related toxicity in cancer cells.

Beta-Sitosterol
60 mg to 130 mg 1xday
Beta-sitosterol is extracted from plants like Pygeum africanum, saw palmetto (Serenoa repens), and some legumes can contain rather high concentrations. Beta-sitosterol has a similar structure to cholesterol. Research has also suggested that phytosterols may have anticarcinogenic properties, but the exact mechanisms are unknown. Phytosterols may exert antitumor effects by acting on immune and hormonal systems, or by directly targeting cell cycles and inducing apoptosis in tumor cells.
Beta-sitosterol only at very high has been shown to significantly inhibit growth of PC-3 prostate cancer cells and induce apoptosis.
Beta-sitosterol is very poorly bioavailable, with an estimated 0.41% of dietary beta-sitosterol absorbed.

Aspirin
80 mg 1xday
Aspirin - Turbocharges Cancer Immunotherapy

Tripterine
Tripterine shows promise in prostate cancer via cell-penetrating peptide-coated nanostructured lipid carriers in a prostate cancer model.
Marijuana (Cannabidiol or CBD)
Marijuana (Cannabidiol or CBD) which is chemically, 2-[(1R,6R)-3-Methyl-6-prop-1-en-2-ylcyclohex-2-en-1-yl]-5-pentylbenzene-1,3-diol. When the researchers applied CBD to tumors in mice using human breast cancer cells, interaction between two cannabinoid cell receptors, CB2 and GPR55, were responsible for THC’s anti-tumor benefits. 
WBM
8 to 14 Grams 1xday
White Button Mushroom Powder (WBM ) - Agaricus Bisporus Powder Shows Amazing Potential in Prostate Cancer and in Preventing the Recurrence of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Survivors.

Sulforaphane
400 mg 1xday
Sulforaphane, found in broccoli and Brussels sprouts, slows the growth of human breast cancer cells in the lab. It disrupts the action of protein 'microtubules' within the cells.

IP-6
800 mg 1xday
IP-6 has been reported to have in vivo and in vitro anticancer activity against numerous tumors, such as colon, prostate, breast, liver, chronic myeloid leukemia, and rhabdomyosarcomas.

Maitake Mushrooms
300 mg 2xday
A dose-response study showed that almost complete cancer cell death (more than 95%) was reach in just one day with higher doses of Grifron-D, i.e. beta glucan extract from Maitake.

Modified Citrus Pectin
5 Grams 3xday
Some research suggests PectaSol-C® (MCP) may be protective against various types of cancer, including colon, lung, and prostate cancer. MCP may exert its anticancer effects by interfering with tumor cell metastasis or by inducing apoptosis. MCP was also shown to activate natural killer cells in leukemic cell cultures, suggesting it may be able to stimulate the immune system.

Betulinic Acid
Betulinic Acid Selectively Increases Protein Degradation and Enhances Prostate Cancer-Specific Apoptosis: Possible Role for Inhibition of Deubiquitinase Activity.

Ursolic Acid
200 mg 1xday
Ursolic acid is a constituent of the American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) and other Vaccinium fruit found primarily in the peel.  Studies indicate that ursolic acid can affect the cell growth behaviour of human prostate cancer cells in vitro. [Cranberry Institute (Wisconsin Board) & Telus MRFD Prostate Cancer Research Fund (PEI Division) funded] .
 Ursolic acid reduces prostate size and dihydrotestosterone level in a rat model of benign prostatic hyperplasia.

Berberine
500 mg 1xday
Berberine Inhibits the Metastatic Ability of Prostate Cancer Cells. Berberine is a natural alkaloid compound which is extracted as a quaternary ammonium salt from a variety of herbs in the berberis family. It is commonly used in Chinese herbal medicine and is a well-used medicinal plant in Indian Ayurvedic and Unani treatments.

Maslinic Acid
Maslinic Acid inhibits colon cancer cells and A549 lung cancer cells.
Oleanolic Acid
Oleanolic Acid (3ß-hydroxyolean-12-en-28-oic acid) is a pentacyclic triterpenoid compound with various pharmacological activities and a widespread occurrence throughout the plant kingdom. Oleanolic acid (OA) is a naturally occurring pentacyclic triterpenoid and possesses diverse pharmacological activities, including anti-cancer effects that have been confirmed in multiple types of human cancers. 

Noni
2550 mg 2xday
Noni Morinda Citrifolia Extract contains a polysaccharide-rich substance called Noni-ppt with anti-tumor activity. AVOID THE JUICE which is very high in sugar.

Kaempferol
Kaempferol (3,4’,5,7-tetrahydroxyflavone), is a natural polyphenol of the flavonoid family and exhibits various biological properties including anti-tumor activities. It induces apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in various cancer cell lines, including lung cancer cells (Nguyen et al., 2003), breast cancer cells (Kang et al., 2010), colon cancer cells (Li et al., 2009), besides inhibiting the migration and invasiveness of glioma cells (Shen et al., 2006). The effect of kaempferol on the growth and invasiveness of lung cancer is not yet deter-mined and the mechanism involved needs to be defined. 
Flaxseed & Enterolactone
Enterolactone is a common chemical in Flaxseed and probably not effective in breast cancer as claimed by supplement pushers.We advise people NOT to use flaxseed unless directed to do so by a physician.
Triptolide (Thunder God Vine)
WARNING
Triptolide from Thunder God Vine (Tripteryglum wiifordii) has been reported to reduce growth of tumors in mice in a dose-dependent manner. It turns out triptolide interacts with a second pathway that involves a family of proteins called TNF (tumor necrosis factor). Although TNF can effectively kill cancer cells, it also activates an inflammation-inducing protein. The severe side effects associated with the protein make TNF a problematic treatment. However, when TNF is combined with triptolide, inflammation from the protein all but disappears, and TNF becomes even more effective at driving cancer cells to, in effect, commit suicide at low doses.
Triptolide Preserves Cognitive Function and Reduces Neuropathology in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease.

Artemisia Annua
WARNING
Commonly known as wormwood or sweet sagewort, Artemisia annua has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for reducing fevers, inflammation, headaches, bleeding and for treating malaria. Artemisia annua L, artemisinin and artesunate reveal profound activity against cancer in vivo and clinical trials. Common names include: Qing Hao, Sweet sagewort, Sweet wormwood, Annual wormwood.

UMI-77
WARNING
UMI-77 blocks pancreatic cancer growth in vitro and in vivo.

Gossypol
WARNING
Any possible anti-cancer effects are NOT impressive and not worth the serious side effects. Research suggests that taking gossypol by mouth does NOT help shrink tumors in people with advanced cancer.
Gossypol causes permanent inability to father a child (sterility) with long-term use. When women take gossypol by mouth, it might be toxic to cells lining the uterus and could prevent normal function of the ovaries.
Gossypol can also cause loss of energy, changes in appetite, decreased sexual desire (libido), may lower potassium levels dangerously, and cause digestive tract problems. High doses of gossypol can cause malnutrition, blood circulation problems, heart failure, changes in hair color, and other serious problems.

Lycopene
WARNING
Developing laboratory research suggests lycopene might worsen established prostate cancer by increasing the spread of cancer without having any effect on cancer cell growth. Until more is known, avoid lycopene if you have a prostate cancer diagnosis.

Withaferin A (WA)
WARNING
Withaferin A (WA) is a compound isolated from Aswagandha plant (winter cherry) extracts used as traditional Ayurvedic Indian medicine in the treatment of fatigue and stress. In one study, researchers at the University of Louisville, isolated WA and observed that the substance inhibited the survival of several human and murine B cell lymphoma cell lines preventing them from dividing. WA targeted signaling pathways in cancer cells that are necessary for survival, such as proteins involved in stress response. Importantly, they demonstrated that WA also prevented the growth of lymphoma cells in animal models without affecting other tissues. As opposed to other chemotherapy drugs, a major advantage of WA is the effectiveness in killing cancer cells without side effects such as fatigue and pain. 


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