Cesium therapy in cancer patients

@article{Sartori1984CesiumTI,
  title={Cesium therapy in cancer patients},
  author={Hellfried E. Sartori},
  journal={Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior},
  year={1984},
  volume={21},
  pages={11-13}
}
  • H. E. Sartori
  • Published 31 December 1984
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior

Fatal cesium chloride toxicity after alternative cancer treatment.

A 61-year-old woman presented in cardiac arrest 20 hours after injecting 9 mL of an oral CsCl preparation around a mass in her breast and died at home less than a week after exposure, believed to be the first reported patient with Cs Cl toxicity secondary to subcutaneous exposure after attempted intratumoral injection.

Blood and tissue concentration of cesium after exposure to cesium chloride

The high accumulation in the liver suggests that hepatotoxicity from Cs might be an initial presenting symptom in Cs-poisoning cases, as well as suggesting exposure to an alternative medical treatment.

Nutrients and cancer: An introduction to cesium therapy

Clinical Response of Metastatic Breast Cancer to Multi-targeted Therapeutic Approach: A Single Case Report

It is concluded that such combination treatment might be a useful option for treating already formed metastases and for providing protection against the formation of metastases in ER positive breast cancer.

Association of urinary cesium with breast cancer risk.

It is suggested that cesium may have anticancer efficacy and urinary cedium has potential as a biomarker for breast cancer risk assessment and women in the second and highest tertile showed a decreased risk of breast cancer in a dose-dependent manner.

Assessing the therapeutic and toxicological effects of cesium chloride following administration to nude mice bearing PC-3 or LNCaP prostate cancer xenografts

CsCl may have a therapeutic effect against prostate cancer, but one cannot overlook the acute toxicities also described.

Cesium Treatment Depresses Glycolysis Pathway in HeLa Cell.

BACKGROUND/AIMS Cesium (Cs) is an alkali metal element that is of no essential use for humans; it has no known beneficial function that is verified by clinical research. When used as an alternative

Life-threatening Torsades de Pointes resulting from “natural” cancer treatment

The key points in the management of nonradioactive CsCl poisoning include cessation of cesium exposure, vigorous electrolytes replacement, and oral Prussian blue therapy.

Cesium & Rubidium Nanoparticles Induce Apoptosis in A 549 Cells

Cancer becomes one of the leading cause of death in many countries over the world. Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectra of human lung cancer cells (A549) treated with PMF (natural product

PMF, Cesium and Rubidium Nanoparticles Induce Apoptosis in A549 Cells

Cancer becomes one of the leading cause of death in many countries over the world. Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectra of human lung cancer cells (A549) treated with PMF (natural product