An estrogen antagonist treats many cancers, including triple-negative breast cancer

Just a portion of the title is already paradoxical, according to mainstream medical dogma. Namely, how can an estrogen antagonist treat triple-negative breast cancer that is supposedly fully immune to any hormonal effects!? Well, maybe the whole idea of hormonal “receptors” as the only mechanism through which hormones exert their effects on cells is rather … Read more

Vitamin D can prevent, and even reverse, the cancerization process

The study is on ovarian cancer but I don’t see why its findings won’t apply to all other cancers, as the study itself states, especially the ones forming in the abdominal cavity and involving the peritoneum. he study found that vitamin D can actually restore the “cancer” cells back to normal, which is reminiscent to … Read more

Blocking androgens causes inflammation and prostate disease/cancer

Yet another study striking directly the incredibly corrupt theory known as the “androgen hypothesis” – i.e. that androgens are the cause of many of the issues aging males experience, especially prostate enlargement (BPH) and/or prostate cancer. For almost a century now, the so-called standard of care “treatment” has been androgen deprivation therapy. Originally done through … Read more

Estrogen may cause/exacerbate reflux disease (GERD)

A very interesting study, which once again corroborates the hypothesis that there is no chronic condition, which is not either caused or heavily influenced by steroids. Among the conditions medicine considers not to be linked to hormone imbalances is the extremely common “reflux disease”, medically known as GERD. The official dogma is that GERD is … Read more

Stem cells availability, and their differentiation, depend on metabolism

Once again, the master controller role metabolism plays in human life is revealed in yet another experiment. The study below demonstrated that the degree of cell “stemness”, as well as its differentiation into a specific organ/tissue depends entirely on the metabolic rate of the cell, and thus can be easily/simply modulated based on health needs. … Read more

Even briefly elevated lactate is a “master” cause of chronic diseases

The title of the post actually does not do justice to how strongly the study authors word their statements in regards to lactate. The lead study author called lactate “a master regulator of carcinogenesis” (with “regulator” being a euphemism for “cause”, otherwise the study won’t get published), while the rest of the study goes to … Read more

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine inhibits OXPHOS, creates the same metabolic state as cancer

I typically avoid posting about vaccines, considering the highly politicized nature of the debate, but this study is just too shocking to ignore. It basically demonstrated that within 4 days of cell exposure to the Pfizer vaccine solution (containing mRNA), there was a significant decline of the critical mitochondrial enzyme cytochrome C (CyC), which is … Read more

Blocking serotonin may treat leukemia and other blood cancers

Yet another cancer is revealed to be metabolic of origin and potentially treatable with cheap and widely available anti-serotonin chemicals (e.g. Benadryl, cyproheptadine, the ergot derivatives, etc). Conversely, the study raises serious questions in regards to whether the explosion in blood cancer rates over the last decade (and especially in the group younger than 20) … Read more

Prostate levels of androgens/DHT drastically lower in prostate cancer patients

Yet another study, which raises serious doubts about the so-called “androgen hypothesis” of prostate cancer (PC). The study found that androgen levels, and especially DHT, are drastically (90%+) lower in PC than in people with benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH). In fact, 1/3 of the PC patients included in the study had undetectable DHT levels in … Read more

DHT may treat thyroid cancer

Yet another “non-endocrine” tumor turns out to be anything but. Thyroid cancer rates have been rising for the last 30 years and parallel the increase in diagnoses of its likely precursor – i.e.  the “autoimmune” disorder Hashimoto Disease. While there is solid evidence implicating endocrine disruptors, especially from plastics (proven to have estrogenic, anti-androgenic, and … Read more