Corrective Cancer care – summary and references

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on February 1, 2011

Corrective Cancer Care Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on March 5, 2004

Corrective Cancer Care The Problem with Conventional Cancer Treatment Nowhere does modern medicine fail patients so much as in oncology when the pathologist, after having only examined a tiny cluster of stained cells under a microscope, presumes to give a diagnosis as well […]

Corrective Cancer care – inhibiting the lethal cancer stem cells

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on January 31, 2011

Dr. Weeks’  Comment:      Take a look at this video    (and encourage your oncologist to look also!) `  ` Here  Prof. Max Wicha is speaking on cancer stem cell growth actually being promoted by chemotherapy treatments.  (Say WHAT???) This is the first time a top tier researcher is saying the chemotherapy is selectively killing the […]

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on January 15, 2010

Corrective Cancer Care Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on March 5, 2004

Corrective Cancer Care The Problem with Conventional Cancer Treatment Nowhere does modern medicine fail patients so much as in oncology when the pathologist, after having only examined a tiny cluster of stained cells under a microscope, presumes to give a diagnosis as […]

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on June 3, 2011
Dr. Weeks’ Comment: The research is clear now  – if your doctor is neither assessing the number and virulence,  or targeting and killing your cancer STEM cells,  then you need to read about cancer stem cells  (see www.weeksmd.com and search “Max Wicha”  and “corrective cancer care” for more info) and rethink your treatment protocol. Ponder […]

The best primer on cancer stem cells.

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on April 17, 2011 |

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:   This group at Stanford is doing exciting work.  Share this article with your oncologist if he or she is recommending conventional chemotherapy or radiation. Therapeutic Implications of the Cancer Stem Cell Hypothesis Maximilian Diehn, MD/PhD,1,2 Robert W. Cho, MD,2,3 and Michael F. Clarke, MD2,4* 1Department of Radiation Oncology, Stanford University School of […]

Strike the cancer at its root – the stem cells.

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on February 27, 2011 |

Blocking inflammation receptor kills breast cancer stem cells, U-M study finds Max S. Wicha, M.D., Distinguished Professor of Oncology and director of the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center ` WATCH THESE VIDEOS to LEARN MORE ABOUT CANCER STEM CELLS than  perhaps even your ONCOLOGIST knows….. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yax8MW0rloY (especially focus on info starting at the 2 minute mark) […]

Killing the Stem cells – all else is futile in cancer treatment.

Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on February 25, 2011
Indirect path to attack breast cancer stem cells found January 18, 2011 (PhysOrg.com) — Scientists at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a potential new way of attacking breast cancer stem cells, the small number of cells in a tumor that fuel its growth and spread. Researchers found that breast cancer stem […]

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