What exactly is CAR-T therapy?
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I take 1000 mg of Drs. Best brand of curcumin because It has one of the largest concentrations of curcuminoids, 95%curcuminoids. Products labeled turmeric/curcumin usually don't contain muck curcumin, which is want you want.. I checked with a couple of Drs. and they both said it would be O K, Depending on your medications it would be wise to check with your Drs. also. They would not recommend taking curcumin if you are on blood thinners, like those containing Warfarin.
After radiation for follicular lymphoma four years go and having C T or P E T scans every year since, without any detectable sign of cancer I guess you could say I am on watch and wait. My next scan will be in March 2019. It is always a stressful time of year for me, wondering if there will be a recurrence.
Four years ago after treatment for Lymphoma I started taking curcumin for my cancer. I also sprinkle liberal amounts of turmeric on two boiled eggs, and fresh ground pepper on them also,every morning. After a few months I noticed the pain in my knees was gone. None of this was prescribed, I just did it on my own from from research I had done on turmeric and curcumin.
I take 1000 mg. curcumin, once a day, Also I sprinkle turmeric on my boiled eggs every morning for breakfast. Its been four years now and no cancer. As a bonus I also have no arthritis problems and I am 82 years old. Still have my fingers crossed. Good luck.
Three and 1/2 years ago I had a large tumor on my neck and a small one by my groin, both cancerous.I had radiation on both. A pet scan showed no cancer. There was nothing to do but watch and wait to see if and where it would occur again. I knew my follicular lymphoma was incurable at the time. I did not want to just wait until it came back, and with no other options I decided to research other options on my own. I decided to try curcumin. Over three years later and two PET scans and a CT scan last month found no cancer. I know that it can go into remission on its own, but it makes me feel better doing something that might be helpful. Next PET scan next March.