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The Prevention and Treatment of Cancer

A significant number of experimental and clinical research studies suggest that certain dietary practices and the use of specific nutritional supplements may be of value in help to prevent recurrence or progression of certain cancers. These measures are not to be used in place of recommended medical protocols, but rather, may be considered as additional interventions that may further help in these cases. In all instances, the following considerations should not be employed without the attending physicians knowledge and consent. Dietary and supplement considerations to manage and/or prevent cancer include:

Prostate Enlargement (BPH), Prostatitis & Prostate Cancer Prevention

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Recommended Supplements

High Potency Multiple Vitamin and Mineral

For those with a history of cancer the following adjunctive measures may be used in conjunction with standard medical treatment and/or after medical More

Essential Fatty Acids

For those with a history of cancer the following adjunctive measures may be used in conjunction with standard medical treatment and/or after medical t More

Herbal Detoxifiers and Immune Support

For those with a history of cancer the following adjunctive measures may be used in conjunction with standard medical treatment and/or after medical t More

Natural Anti-Inflammatory Herbs

For those with a history of cancer the following adjunctive measures may be used in conjunction with standard medical treatment and/or after medical t More

Additional Recommended Supplements

Additional Vitamin E Succinate

Dose

2000 – 3000 IU

Additional Vitamin C

Dose

2000 – 10,000 mg

Additional Selenium

Dose

500 mcg

Additional Beta-Carotene

Dose

50,000 – 100,000 IU (unless history of lung cancer or mesothelioma)

Additional Vitamin D

Dose

2,000 – 20,000 IU (requires monitoring of blood Vitamin D levels)

Quercetin

Dose

1,000 – 2,000 mg per day

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