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Alternative therapies for prostate cancer. Other points of view.
Good morning Guillermo,
You might consider adding a supplement "Modified Citrus Pectin" to your diet. I too have Postrate Cancer & my research yielded some positive results in it use…
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Here's more information about modified citrus pectin (MCP).
– 8 Questions About Modified Citrus Pectin https://www.healthline.com/health/8-questions-about-mcp
It appears that the evidence is limited but promising for helping prevent or treat cancer. MCP is a supplement and therefore not regulated by the FDA. For that reason, you should always be cautious about the product you buy and mention it to your oncologist or oncology pharmacist. They will check for potential drug interactions.
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