Question: I have a friend who has been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. How can one treat this naturally?
Dr. Blaylock's Answer:
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is a highly aggressive form of leukemia. However, I have worked with several such cases and most have had an excellent result.
Recent studies have shown that combining curcumin with quercetin not only greatly increases the effectiveness of the chemotherapy agents, while also significantly reducing the complications from the drugs.
A number of other flavonoids used in combination are also very beneficial. These include
EGCG (a 95 percent pure extract called Teavigo), apigenin, and resveratrol.
High dose IV vitamin C and mixed tocopherol/tocotrienols also have significant anticancer effects.
DHA has also been shown to inhibit the growth of cancer cells.
It is important to avoid iron and food-based excitotoxins — such as MSG, hydrolyzed proteins, vegetable proteins, soy products, carrageenan, autolyzed yeast and other such additives. These promote tumor growth.
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