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Apoptosis for Cancer Cells: Read Chapter 7 To Find Out Why This Tiny, Normal, Natural Body Process Is the Heart of My Approach to Full Spectrum Dog Cancer Care

…thing. Apoptosis is also called “programmed cell death” and occasionally “cell suicide.” Apoptosis is also called “programmed cell death” and occasionally “cell suicide.” Apoptosis Happens When It’s Time, When There…

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Luteolin, Apoptosis, and Cancer: New Research That Can Help Your Dog with Cancer

…ability to stimulate a process called apoptosis, a necessary process of cell death in the body. Apoptosis: Natural Cell Suicide Apoptosis is a means for cells to actually cause themselves…

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Guardian Versus Dog Lover in Dog Cancer

Apoptosis, oncosis, and necrosis. An overview of cell death. Majno G and Joris I. Am J Pathol. 1995 Jan;146(1):3-15. Apoptosis signaling in tumor therapy. Fulda S and Debatin KM. Ann…

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Modified Citrus Pectin, Dogs, and Cancer

…all manage to avoid apoptosis, the natural process where cells are supposed to end their own life when they are old, damaged, diseased, and so on. Avoiding apoptosis is how…

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Low Dose Chemotherapy and Cancer

…of metronomic chemotherapy as an attack against angiogenesis. Perhaps most importantly however, when COX-2 is active, cancer cells are able to avoid apoptosis. Apoptosis is a naturally occurring process which…

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Dr. Dressler: an Introduction to The Dog Cancer Vet

apoptosis off, allowing themselves to grow indefinitely, at the expense of the body. Certain botanicals, called “ apoptogens,” can turn apoptosis back on in the cancer cell, causing it to…

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Nobel Prize Winning Research, Once Again, Can Help Your Dog

Once again, Dr. Dressler’s obsession with reading the scientific literature has been invaluable. This time, it’s not his insights into how important apoptosis is to treating cancer — it’s his…

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Curcumin

…the nuclear factor-kappaB pathway. Lin YG, et al. Clin Cancer Res. 2007 Jun 1;13(11):3423-30. Therapeutic potential of curcumin in human prostate cancer. III. Curcumin inhibits proliferation, induces apoptosis, and inhibits…

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New Approaches to Squamous Cell Cancer

…resist apoptosis, which means they don’t die (like they should). Apoptosis genes that are supposed to be turned on in cancer cells, after they get deranged and start multiplying. Chemical…

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Herbs in a Dog Cancer Diet?

…induce apoptosis. What is apoptosis? Programmed cell death of deranged cells. This is the strategy used to create Apocaps, and the goal of this product, and how dogs benefit. Eugenol…

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Berries

…prevent esophageal tumors in rats. Wang LS, et al. Cancer Prev Res (Phila Pa). 2009 Jan;2(1):84-93. Anthocyanidins induce apoptosis in human promyelocytic leukemia cells: structure-activity relationship and mechanisms involved. Hou…

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Dog Cancer and the Malaria Drug Artemisinin

…to chemo drugs, making them more effective Increasing apoptosis Decreasing cancer cell communication Decreasing angiogenesis, the creation of new blood vessels that feed the tumor Problems with Using Artemisinin One…

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Supplements for Dogs with Cancer

…often want to use pro-oxidant strategies for cancer, because they can help cancer cells become unstable and commit natural cell suicide, or undergo apoptosis. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are also…

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Astragalus: Immune Booster and More

…in the body actually induce apoptosis (programmed cell death) of cancer cells. Read more here. Astragalus is commonly found in teas. However, the amounts of tea needed are likely too…

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Homeopathy for Dog Cancer?

…check it out for yourself: https://www.dogcancerblog.com/blog/apoptosis-and-dog-cancer/ Scroll down to the comments section to see your comment about your resveratrol-containing product, Canine Resvantage. Unfortunately, I am trying to avoid advertising in…

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Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs: some advances in conventional care

…masitinib, which has helped it cases like your dog. Next, dogs need help supporting normal apoptosis levels, as well as helping to stabilize mast cell release of histamine: https://www.dogcancerblog.com/blog/mast-cells-and-luteolin-in-cancer-treatment-part-1/ https://www.dogcancerblog.com/blog/apoptosis-and-dog-cancer/…

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Why is Canine Cancer Still Winning? Part 1

…apoptogens (substances that turn on apoptosis) to encourage replacement of deranged cells with healthy cells. We need to get our dogs on diets that mirror one eaten in the wild….

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Dog Cancer Surgery: What I’ve Learned So You Don’t Have To

As the editor of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, I’ve been thinking about dog cancer every day for over a decade. I have been managing this website for Dr. Demian…

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Diet and Dogs with Cancer

…have potentially cancer-fighting properties that promote cell death (apoptosis) in cancer cells – they help get rid of deranged cancer cells. Epidemiologic studies in people show protective effects of diets…

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