Treating deadly brain tumors by combining drugs
This fails to address what causes the brain cancer in the first place, it’s a broken reactive model.
“A pinch or prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Benjamin Franklin
In the food, and technical, recommended reading sections of this web site, there is overwhelming evidence such aggressive tumors are not genetically predisposed, but triggered by lack of nutrient absorption, harmful and combinational cumulative exposures, with ensuing erosion of telomere length and expression, chromosomally.
Microwaving your head with cell phones, and not consuming real and nutrient dense food sources, plus consuming harmful chemically altered ingredients or substances, even in small amounts, is not a good thing.
~ Uncle Russ
Lab studies show that combining drugs that target a variety of developmental cell signaling pathways may do a better job of killing deadly brain tumors than single drugs that target one pathway at a time, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers. The combined therapy approach apparently reduces tumor resistance to chemotherapy, they say.