from the paper linked
... evidence that implies that HBO might have tumor-inhibitory effects in certain cancer subtypes
One of the occasional visitors here had his son treated with HBO and a metal ion adjuvant, for brain cancer, $$$$$$. The son showed a lot of response, with tumor shrinkage in multiple MRI scans, buying some months (6?). Also SkiFletch, a former stage IV patient here, now NED after several steps, had a passing interest in HBO, since he actually did experimentation for diver breathing mixtures.
My exploratory thoughts for our situation were that we'd have to invest in a home HBO unit and training, as a frequent adjunct to metronomic immunochemo treatments, for hypoxic cell areas. A need for HBO reflects hypoxia effects, perhaps evidenced by elevated LDH or LDH5, HIF-1a, HIF-2a, KRAS mutants, BRAF, or CA19-9.
One of the continuing problems that I see for many people is that they over rely on individual alternative therapies as monotherapies rather than as well monitored and measured, incremental additive ingredients.
watchful, active caregiver for stage IVb CC since early 2010. immuno"Chemo forever," for mCRC