~ Nutrients Stop Cancer Metastasis
Cancer metastasis can be stopped in mice by using a combination of nutrients, according to a study presented at the annual combined meeting of the World Congress on Advances in Oncology and the International Symposium on Molecular Medicine, held in Crete (Greece) in October 2005.
The study documents that vitamin C used in combination with the amino acids L-lysine, L-proline, and a polyphenol fraction of green tea known as Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG) not only killed cancer cells and significantly limited tumor growth and its infiltration by blood vessels, but also completely stopped the invasion and spread of more than two dozen cancer cell types. The study was conducted by Dr. Rath and colleagues of the Dr. Rath Research Institute (Santa Clara, CA, USA), who note that this marks the first time nutrient synergy has been shown to stop the spread of metastasis in the body of a living organism.
The study results came on the heels of a recent study by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, MD, USA), which strongly confirmed that vitamin C has the potential to fight cancer when injected intravenously in high dosages.
A growing number of researchers confirm that Dr. Rath was right, and nutrients, especially when used in a synergy, can control all critical stages of cancer, said Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, Ph.D., director of the institute.
The conference was organized by Demetrios A. Spandidos, professor of virology at the Medical School, University of Crete, who personally invited the Dr. Rath Research Institute team to the event. The institute is calling for a radical change in the therapeutic approach to cancer, one that takes advantage of new natural approaches.
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