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selenium and cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on June 17, 2010


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Selenium and Cancer

Even the FDA agrees that selenium has a measurable anti-cancer effect. But what is the best form of selenium? It appears that the bioavailability of pure selenomethionine is almost twice that of selenite.


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10 Responses to “selenium and cancer”

  1. Richard D. said

    I use Sodium Selenite (10ml per day) combined with 40 gram ascorbic acid orally per day. It reversed my terminal leukemia in 4 weeks (idiopathic myelofibrosis). My oncologist was amazed. In Australia, it is almost impossible to get selenium in pure form, so I purchased mine from veterinary supplier like others do here in Australia. Visit Elaine Hollinsworth’s website doctorsaredangerous dot com . She is an American living here in OZ. The website has a lot of details.

    • cancerfighter said

      when you say “10 ml” – that suggests a liquid form. Is that the equivalent of 10 mg? ie is the concentration 1 mg/ 1 ml

      • Richard D. said

        10 ml is 10 milligram and it is in liquid form. I can’t take it in one dose as it makes me feel sick, but others have no problems. I take 5 ml in the morning and 5 ml before bed.

      • Richard D. said

        If you have other problems, you should visit http://www.laetrile.com.au – wonderful stuff on apricot kernals. I have spoken to many who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer. All except one refused conventional treatment and all have been clear of cancer for years after taking 40 kernals a day. One had multiple tumours that cleared after 5 weeks.

  2. Alice said

    I wonder if using liposomal vitamin C would allow a lower dose?

  3. Sougat Misra said

    Hi Richard,

    I am a selenium researcher working at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm. I would very much like to be in contact with you as we are currently running clinical trial with sodium selenite in cancer patients.

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