Alt-vaxx: A mixed-methods examination of vaccine discourse in white nationalist online communication
- SociologySocial Science & Medicine
The potential therapeutic effect of Amygdalin (B17), Cobalamin (B12), and Cucurbitapepo (pumpkin seed) extract on Blastocystis in the murine model.
- Medicine, BiologyAnnals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
Background:The pathological role of Blastocystis sp. is very controversial which has led to debates on the treatment of this organism, apart from the absence of established diagnostic criteria.…
Drug repurposing for cancer treatments: a well-intentioned, but misguided strategy.
- MedicineThe Lancet. Oncology
Open notes in cancer care: coming soon to patients
- MedicineThe Lancet Oncology
Cyanide Poisoning—“I’m Mr. Blue…”
The treatment is supportive care while trying to remove the cyanide from the electron transport chain and reverse its devastating effects.
Fruit Quality, Phytochemical and Diversity Studies of Apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) along an Altitudinal Gradient in Trans-Himalayan Ladakh, India
HORTICULTURE : POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGY Red Wine : Its Importance and Uses
Genome or gene editing includes several new techniques such as mega-nucleases, zinc finger nucleases, ZFNs, transcriptional activator-like effector nucleases and the CRISPR/Cas nuclease system to help scientists precisely modify genome sequences.
Synergistic and protective effect of atorvastatin and amygdalin against histopathological and biochemical alterations in Sprague-Dawley rats with experimental endometriosis
- Biology, MedicineAMB Express
It is suggested that combined treatment consisting of atorvastatin and amygdalin attenuates endometriosis.
POTENTIAL BENEFITS AND CONTROVERSIES RELATED TO USE OF AMYGDALIN ( VITAMIN B 17 )
Vitamin B17 is safe for human consumption, but the bottom line is that more research needs to be done to determine safety for both shortand long-term periods of supplementation.
A critical discussion on diet, genomic mutations and repair mechanisms in colon carcinogenesis.
- BiologyToxicology letters
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Laetrile toxicity studies in dogs.
These studies demonstrate that oral laetrile is highly toxic when taken with some common table foods and predict that there will be an increased incidence of cyanide poisoning in man as laetile becomes more readily available.
Special report on Laetrile: the NCI Laetrile Review. Results of the National Cancer Institute's retrospective Laetrile analysis.
- MedicineThe New England journal of medicine
A retrospective analysis of Laetrile treatment undertook in response to widespread public interest allowed no definite conclusions supporting the anti-cancer activity of Laetsrile.
The current status of laetrile.
- BiologyAnnals of internal medicine
Acceptable clinical studies in humans are lacking, but such ventures would appear to be contraindicated from animal studies and observed human toxicities, and current legal-judicial aspects of laetrile therapy for cancer are discussed.