Blog: Brexit, the COC and more research
Brexit and the COC:
Some of you may have been worried about getting hold of the COC drugs because of Brexit, however Care Oncology Clinic in the UK have confirmed that post-Brexit, all European and other international patients (outside USA and Canada) can continue to access their service and COC Protocol treatment. Please contact the clinic for more details: t: +44(0) 20 3855 5839; e: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patients in USA and Canada should visit https://careoncology.com/
The COC provide a wonderful support to any of you wanting to follow a cancer-starving approach such as I did to beat stage IV cancer. I strongly recommend them.
Latest Cancer Starving Research:
Meanwhile some more cancer starving news was announced by Professor Lisanti and his team at the University of Salford in collaboration with three universities in Italy:
Bedaquiline, an FDA-approved drug, inhibits mitochondrial ATP production and metastasis in vivo, by targeting the gamma subunit (ATP5F1C) of the ATP synthase | Cell Death & Differentiation (nature.com)
Many researchers have focused on glycolysis, the abnormal fermentation used by cancer cells and first noted by Otto Warburg as the key target for treatment, e.g. following a low GI or ketogenic diet, IV Vit C, DCA, melatonin, fermented wheat germ – all will target specific enzymes in this process. Yet these researchers ignore the fact that OXPHOS, the production of ATP, the energy currency of all cells, is also a key marker of metastasis and a major source of energy for the cancer cell.
When you realise that in some cancer cells most of the energy is actually produced by OXPHOS not glycolysis, it is crazy to just focus on the latter without addressing the former. This is the case for hormone driven breast cancer, where 80-90% of the ATP comes from OXPHOS not glycolysis and also, but to a lesser extent, for triple negative cancer. Each cancer will vary in its ratio of OXPHOS: glycolysis, but Lisanti shows that in these cancer types, blocking OXPHOS with an already approved off label antibiotic, Sirturo (bedaquiline) will help stop metastases. Remember that metastases are what generally kill patients rather than the primary. This latest drug adds to the list of antibiotics currently showing an ability to help stop the OXPHOS process, including doxycycline and azithromycin.
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