Alkaline PH

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mozart13
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Alkaline PH

Postby mozart13 » Fri Jun 16, 2017 10:33 pm

I am sure this topic has been explored many times. This am was watching TV, they had guest from moffit research:
https://moffitt.org/newsroom/press-rele ... ll-growth/

They use mathematical approach , very interesting approach, wonder if any body on this board is involved in.
Here is the link to their May issue, where use of sodium bicarb slows the growth of cancer cells:
http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/conte ... 2242?iss=9
55 year at the time of diagnosis, male
Diagnosed with T1,T2 N0 M0 rectal cancer
Total neoadjuvant therapy or TNT (chemoradiation followed by systemic chemotherapy)
Negative since Feb. '17
No surgery
Watch&Wait approach 8)
I don’t come much to forum , so if this is not updated it means I remain negative!
Wish good luck to all!

Pat
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Facebook Username: Pat Henderson Sins
Location: Southern California

Re: Alkaline PH

Postby Pat » Sat Jun 17, 2017 1:09 am

Very informative. Thanks
57 yr old. Dx 9/2015, Stage IIIc T4aN2bM0 BRAF/V600e
10/2015 Right Hemicolectomy
High Grade, poorly differentiated Adenocarcinoma of the Hepatic Flexure
25 of 30 lymph nodes cancerous extranodal extension
Barrett's Esophagus
11/2015 Folfox 12 cycles stopped 3x for month each due to low blood counts
7/30/2016 - finally finished Folfox
9/15/2016 - Clear colonoscopy, 1 sessile polyp
9/7/2017 - clear colonoscopy, next due in 3 yrs

mozart13
Posts: 133
Joined: Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:38 pm
Location: Toronto

Re: Alkaline PH

Postby mozart13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 10:50 am

You wellcome Pat.
Here is the link to CTV interview:
http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/math-could ... -1.3462151
55 year at the time of diagnosis, male
Diagnosed with T1,T2 N0 M0 rectal cancer
Total neoadjuvant therapy or TNT (chemoradiation followed by systemic chemotherapy)
Negative since Feb. '17
No surgery
Watch&Wait approach 8)
I don’t come much to forum , so if this is not updated it means I remain negative!
Wish good luck to all!

Nextgen
Posts: 24
Joined: Sun Aug 07, 2016 12:38 pm

Re: Alkaline PH

Postby Nextgen » Sat Jun 17, 2017 11:31 am

Very impressive cancer research team! Salute!
I like the idea of controlling and living with cancer just like other chronic disease. Glad to know !
My mum 55yr on first diagnosis
Dx cc T3N2bM0 on Dec2011 CEA5.0, extended right hemicolectomy Dec2011, 12x Folfox CEA1.9,
Liver mets on Feb2014 CEA6.4, liver resection on May2014, 8x xeloda+cetuximab CEA2.8,
CT scan shows eccentric bowel wall thickening of rectosigmoid region Jul2016 CEA1.8
Colonoscopy on Aug2016 NED
CT on Mar2018 NED
CEA 1.4 Nov2016
CEA 1.5 Mar2017
CEA 2.1 Jun2017
CEA 1.1 Aug2017
CEA 2.7 Nov2017
CEA 1.3 Dec2017
CEA 1.8 Mar2018
God have mercy, bless & save mum! Amen!

sjywolf268
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Joined: Fri May 26, 2017 4:50 am

Re: Alkaline PH

Postby sjywolf268 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:42 pm

Any way to put in practice alkalynisation?
With sodium bicarbonate?
colon cancer - April 2016
51 yrs old at diagnoses
stage 4 - 6/14 lymph positive
surgery - April 2006
FOLFOX 12 rounds august 2016
5FU 6rounds Febrary 2017


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