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Published in Brain Cancer

Expert Opinion / Cases · May 22, 2019

Recurrent High Grade Glioma in a Man With Multiple Cancers

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Julie J. Miller MD, PhD

 

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  • Rob Hendershot

    Tmz is the underlying issue I’d avoid reuse of tmz as it’s a powerful carcinogenic compound and possibly triggered the reoccurrence. Go with a metabolic solution like DCA to chock off the energy to the cancers and then you will be fine with the cancer cells which are the immune cells of the brain immune system glia cells gone wild and cancer cells are not the cancerous immune system that cancer is not a tumor cells which can have a cancer ♋️


  • Benjamin Hu

    I suggest putting the stem cells transplantation on the agenda as soon as possible. Besides, given the condition that the patient has hematologic tumor, immunotherapy should be given a try.


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