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Author Topic: The Argument Against Blocking Lipid Metabolism In Cancer Cells  (Read 371 times)

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The Argument Against Blocking Lipid Metabolism In Cancer Cells
« on: October 30, 2021, 12:30:23 pm »
Cancer cells have defects in executing cell death. To enable growth, cancer cells demand higher levels of iron and lipid metabolism than normal cells. Fortunately, this also makes cancer cells more vulnerable to ferroptosis. Studies have revealed the interaction of ferroptosis and lipid metabolism in the initiation, development, invasion, metastasis, and treatment-resistance of cancer.

Because of the interaction of lipid metabolism and ferroptosis, I do not recommend taking supplements and/or repurposed drugs that inhibit lipid metabolism in cancer cells. Doing so may block ferroptosis and its ability to eradicate cancer cells and cancer stem cells.

Dr. Daniel Thomas, DO, MS
Mount Dora, Florida

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This information is for educational purposes only and not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring by your doctor. Therefore, I cannot answer questions regarding appropriateness in your situation nor give treatment advice.
Located in Mount Dora, Florida, Dr. Thomas is one of the most educated, experienced, and innovative physicians in North America. Over the past 30 years, he has helped people throughout the United States and Canada to prevent and overcome disease, improve their health, slow aging, and increase their lifespan. As an active translational researcher, Dr. Thomas has spent over 35,000 hours poring over the latest scientific discoveries and translating max. discoveries into promising theories

 


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