Category Archives: Oxygen Model of cancer

WHY DOESN’T EVERYONE HAVE CANCER? THE DNA-DAMAGE RESPONSE

Majid Ali, M.D. The human body has an estimated 50 to trillion cells in the body. All cells containing DNA are vulnerable to DNA-altering stresses. So, why doesn’t everyone have cancer? That is a legitimate question given the vulnerability of trillions of cells susceptible to gene mutations that could spark uncontrolled cell proliferation and clinical cancers. It has long been

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THE CANCERIZATION/DE-CANCERIZATION DYNAMICS

Altering the Behavior of Cancer Cells: Fermentative-to-Respiratory (FTR) Shift. A cancer cell, like T. pantotropha, is also a metabolic two-timer, but with a difference: it survives in the presence of oxygen, but thrives in its absence. The singular challenge in the field of cancer—in my view—is this: Can we create oxygen conditions in the body that coax a cancer cell

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The Grease and Detergent Model of Obesity

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Statins for Breast Cancer – Say YES to Nystatin and NO to Statin Drugs

Majid Ali, M.D. A cancer mass is a tribe of fermenting cells. Nystatin is an ant-fermentation agents. It is not absorbed from the gut and so has remarkable safety record when used intermittently in small doses. So I use it liberally for my patients with breast cancer, as well as cancers of other body organs. Statin drugs (Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor,

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Oxygen Model of Cancer-Inflammation Co-Morbidity Dynamics

  Oxygen Model of Cancer-Inflammation Co-Morbidity Dynamics Majid Ali, M.D.   The subjects of cancer and inflammation are inherently intertwined. Inflammation sets the stage for the beginning of cancer. Cancer, by its nature, triggers and perpetuate inflammation. So “nflammation-cancer comorbidity” is a crucial aspect of the cause, diagnosis, progression, and treatment of cancer. The clonal growth of cancer cells is

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Evidence for Oxygen Model of Cancer

  Evidence for Oxygen Model of Cancer – Hypoxia-Inducible Factor Dynamics in Breast Cancer Majid Ali, M.D. On April 10, 2014, the journal Nature Reviews Cancer published an important paper providing direct support for my Oxygen Model of Cancer. Cancer cells are continually subject to various cellular stresses during their development, multiplication, and spread. The most important among these stresses

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