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S-Hepcidin 25 increases in inflammation due to IL-6. If above reference interval, I don´t think there is any use to give iron to a cancerpatient with functional irondeficiency since Hepcidin will block the release of iron from gut to the bloodstream.
Does chemichals measured in blood correlate to different types of cancers? It would be interesting to examine.
Ferritin measured in the blood has two origins. If the ferritin that leaks out from the liver was measured specifically the chances of detecting livercancer/metastasis or hepatocellurdeath would increase compared to only measuring Serum-Ferritin.
HAMLET detects and binds to tumorcells. Inject HAMLET directly into metastasis in for example skeletton, muscle, liver, brain to prolong survival for cancerpatients and hopefully in some cases cure the patients.
By analyzing exhaled volatile organic compounds biomarkers of cancer can be identified. Different patterns of biomarkers could be identified between different groups of patients. The procedure is not invasive and could be used to find lungcancer.
Human papilloma virus can cause cancer. It is well known that vaccination against certain types of HPV reduces the risk of getting cancer.
I have heard that dogs can get cancer from being infected with cancercells from their partner while mating. I have heard of families where two individuals die of cancer or of the same type of cancer shortly after eachother. Is this a coincidence?
I have heard that there is a correlation between life-expectancy and levels of D-vitamin. Is there a correlation between D-vitamin and cancer? Are certain types of cancer more rare among people that has optimal levels of D-vitamin?
I have heard that there is a microbiology instrument that from one drop of blood can find traces of over 100 different infections that a person has been exposed to during her lifetime.
I have heard that color/tattoo pigment can be seen in the bonemarrow if a person recently has made a tattoo. What are the consequenses of this on cells in the bonemarrow, lymfnodes, spleen, liver and in the skin/dermis?
HAMLET binds to and kills many different types of cancer cells in vitro. It has been successfully tested on animals and has also had good effect in humans with cancer. The effect is to my knowledge limited in plasma. Hamlet has no known sideeffects..
Analyze tumor markers in young healthy adults. Repeat testing these individuals when they are middle age and old to dectect significant change in the tumor markers which indicates the need for further examination of the patient to exclude cancer.