hyd-no-vizet-iszik.jpgThe results of the basic research and long-term animal studies provided conclusive evidence on the cancer preventive effect of deuterium depletion. These results confirm, that decreased D concentration can intervene in the signal transduction pathways, and deuterium depletion induces increased apoptosis via inhibition of COX-2 gene expression and prostaglandin formation. In a long-term animal study, oral DDW administration inhibited the development of tumors in carcinogen-treated mice, proving the preventive effect.


DDW might be a harmless means of prevention, enabling us to interfere with the multi-level process of oncogenesis not only in its last phase but at a much earlier stage.


According to our present knowledge, for preventive purpose it is sufficient to make a 2-3 months DDW cure once a year.