Scientists say tamoxifen may increase...

Scientists say tamoxifen may increase the risk of oestrogen-receptor negative cancers

There are 1 comment on the The Independent story from Aug 26, 2009, titled Scientists say tamoxifen may increase the risk of oestrogen-receptor negative cancers. In it, The Independent reports that:

A drug widely used to treat breast cancer has been found to increase four-fold the risk of developing a second tumour in the opposite breast, scientists have said.

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andrew langham


#1 Sep 18, 2009
use evening primrose oil talets this will help;
Evening primrose oil contains Salicylic Acid; gamma-linolenic acid; urase; lipase; lipoxgenase enzymes also hydroperoxide and asparagine and water; Urease is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of urea into carbon dioxide and ammonia
Lipase breaks down saturated fats and cholesterol so reduces all hormones directly; and can act to thin the blood slightly in respect of reducing fibrin thus slowing platelet coagulation;

Lipoxygenases are a family of iron-containing enzymes that catalyse the dioxygenation of polyunsaturated fatty acids in lipids containing a cis,cis-1,4- pentadiene structure. It catalyses the following reaction:
fatty acid + O2 = fatty acid hydro peroxide it is an anti-flammatory agent and work predominantly within the liver and kidneys; and endocrine system; note well; only in a very very low concentration 0.03 percent or it would damage the liver and endocrine system; most strains of harmful bacteria (and cancer cells) are anaerobic and cannot survive in the presence of oxygen or H202.natural hydroperoxide note; it is absorbed by cells; and excreted after use;
5 Lipoxygenase is used to combat asthma and over cytokine responses as with uterine wall membrane diseases; ie endometriosis; Unlike menstrual fluid from the uterus which is shed by the body, blood from the misplaced tissue has nowhere to go, resulting in the tissues surrounding the endometriosis becoming inflamed or swollen. This process can produce scar tissue around the area which may develop into lesions or growths. In some cases, particularly when an ovary is involved, rogue testosterone in the blood can become embedded in the actin cells and uterine tissue where it is located, forming blood blisters that may become surrounded by a fibrous cyst. Or fibroids; ie fibrous cell tissue;

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