tumor microenvironments are now fully understood. acidic microenvironments may have been described for tumors but this is a gross overinterpretation of what really is happening. I assure you that attempting to make yourself more alkaline will just get you in more trouble than necessary. if there is anything that may be more useful than what you say... it would be to prevent inflammation. inflammations in all its forms are a dangerous reaction to injury that often causes secondary and tertiary effects.
I dout it. But possibly. As far as I know, we are a long ways from a cure for cancer. We keep working though. We will soon get there.
Just as we feel so confident that the spam e-mail we receive (with promises of instant cash winnings or free cruises to the Bahamas) are false or scams, we should be aware that there are similarly many claims to cancer "cures" that are exaggerations, misleading, and dangerous. A silver bullet against all forms of cancer does not exist. Current scientific research does not yet support the existence of any such substance. While the development cycle of a drug may take a decade before commercial production, the medical community should already be aware of potential drugs in the early phases of development. Who else will provide the human subjects to test these drugs on? And if this supposed miracle drug is already on the market, it is at the very least untested and unverified for safety and efficacy.It saddens me that the shysters who sell these fake products would prey on cancer patients, those who are at their most vulnerable moments and perhaps willing to try anything.
I completely agree with you webintern. It's sad what people will do for a little cash. They prey of the weak like animals. Lions when attacking a herd of animals go for the sick and the weak because they're easier. People are the same way sometimes. They go for the most desperate because it is the easiest way. It amazes me how animal-like people can be. On the otherhand I wish there was a perfect cure for cancer.
Did you ever hear of smartcells. My wife is pregnant and she is due in June. I heard about smartcells in one of the pregnancy classes that we are following. Incidently, I also saw an advert on the Sunday newspaper, so I went to their website:
Do you think its a cure for cancer. Do you believe that this really works? Do you know of any experiences of friends?
I have found a similar website may be this might help .... http://cellslimited.com/