Doxycycline can CURE melanoma in humans

A great study and perhaps the first that confirmed in humans the already well-known anti-cancer effects of the tetracycline antibiotic family. Considering the almost complete ban on the word “cure” scientific journals have bestowed on cancer-related publications using non-mainstream therapies, the fact that this article/study was allowed to utter it speaks volumes by itself. Unfortunately, … Read more

Blocking cortisol may treat terminal pancreatic cancer

Recently, I made a post about some truly amazing results in treating terminal cancer patients with the glucocorticoid/progesterone antagonist Mifepristone (RU486). Some of the cases were stage 4 and possibly terminal. Now, a new case study below reports possibly curative effects on a confirmed terminal case of pancreatic cancer using 200mg daily dose of RU486. … Read more

Testosterone therapy (TRT) reverses hair loss (in women)

The evidence undermining the fake/corrupt hypothesis of “androgenic alopecia” keeps accumulating. I really wish the study below was conducted in men instead of women, since its findings would have probably finally put an end to the debate as to whether androgens promote or inhibit hair growth. However, even in women the findings are quite important … Read more

Androgens (e.g. DHT) curative even for treatment-resistant breast cancer

As many of my readers know, back in the “good ol’ days” (when medicine was slightly less evil and berserk) breast cancer in women was treated with androgens, and the results were so impressive that a synthetic DHT-derivative known as Drostanolone / Masteron (2α-Methyl-DHT) was approved by the FDA in 1960s as the main therapy … Read more

The Cure for Aging Might be the Cure for Alzheimer’s

Almost 25 years ago, Dr. Peat himself wrote a 2-article series in which he outlined arguments in favor of the hypothesis that aging and Alzheimer Disease (AD) are just examples of a more and less systemic sign respectively of declining energy production, and that curing one would lead to a cure of the other. http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/alzheimers.shtml … Read more

Blocking cortisol may treat even terminal cancers

The metabolic causes of cancer are slowly starting to be recognized, and especially the role of cortisol. I recently did a post on the role of cortisol in triple-negative breast cancer and the protective effects of androgens such as DHT. Now, mainstream medicine does not deny that androgens have therapeutic role in breast cancer (BC) … Read more

Doxycycline akin to Meldonium / Mildronate, may cure triple-negative breast cancer

Once again, the role of excessive fat oxidation is on full display. While mainstream medicine is slowly and reluctantly admitting that cancer may in fact be a metabolic disease, it still views glucose as the primary oncogenic factor in the diet. Yet, little by little, research demonstrates that it is the excessive FAO driving cancer … Read more

Vitamin B3 may treat “incurable” muscle disease

Over the last 2-3 years I have seen a dramatic increase in the number of studies and popular press articles using the keywords “controversial”, “paradox”, “paradigm shift”, “ameliorates an incurable condition X”, etc. This is just a thinly veiled attempt to mask the collapse of the corrupt dogma that has controlled medicine for more than … Read more