Lung Tumor

 

lung-small.jpgIn spite of the development in the therapies, the survival time of lung cancer patients is still remained unsatisfactorily short. Finding new adjuvant strategies is therefore in the focus of cancer therapy.

 

DDW, applied as supportive therapy, extended the survival of lung cancer patients through the suppression of cancer-related genes [In vivo (2000) 14:437-440].

 

The effect of DDW on the disease and the survival was evaluated in a retrospective study. In lung cancer the MST increased to 22.5 months instead as a consequence of DDW-treatment (without DDW it was of 8 months). In certain cases, several years of survival or complete resmission (CR) was observed instead of the few months mentioned above. Case history of 4 lung cancer patients with brain metastasis was reported in Integrative Cancer Therapies.

 

References:

 

Z. Gyöngyi, F. Budán, I. Szabó, I. Ember, I. Kiss, K. Krempels, I. Somlyai, G. Somlyai (2012) Deuterium Depleted Water Effects on Survival of Lung Cancer Patients and Expression of Kras and Bcl2 Genes in Mouse Lung. Nutrition and Cancer, 65:2, 240-246.

K. Krempels, I. Somlyai and Gábor Somlyai (2008) A retrospective evaluation of the effects of deuterium depleted water consumption on four patients with brain metastases from lung cancer. Integrative Cancer Therapies 7(3):172-81