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Alternative cancer therapies and ideas

Cimetidine (Tagamet)

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on August 25, 2008


A further statement from grouppekurosawa.com:

Cimetidine (aka Tagamet), by lowering cyclic AMP levels in cells, can reactivate the immune response against cancer, HIV and other diseases while inhibiting angiogenesis and the growth of cancer cells. The daily dose is 800 mgs a day, 200 mgs four times a day.

One Response to “Cimetidine (Tagamet)”

  1. emma greener said

    Hi THere Does anyone have any research or personal experience of using CImetidine to treat cancer? Can it be taken with chemo? Can it be obtained without prescription? My sister is desperately ill, and has been told she’ll be lucky to see Christmas. SHe has stomach and duodenal cancer and has trouble tolerating oral medication and liquids. any ideas gratefully received. THankyou

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