Partial and Complete Regression of Breast Cancer in Patients in Relation to Dosage of Coenzyme Q10
 
   

Partial and Complete Regression
of Breast Cancer in Patients
in Relation to Dosage of Coenzyme Q10

This section is compiled by Frank M. Painter, D.C.
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FROM:   Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1994 (Mar 30);   199 (3):   15041508

Lockwood K, Moesgaard S, Folkers K

Pharma Nord,
Vejle, Denmark


Relationships of nutrition and vitamins to the genesis and prevention of cancer are increasingly evident. In a clinical protocol, 32 patients having -"high-risk"- breast cancer were treated with antioxidants, fatty acids, and 90 mg. of CoQ10. Six of the 32 patients showed partial tumor regression. In one of these 6 cases, the dosage of CoQ10 was increased to 390 mg. In one month, the tumor was no longer palpable and in another month, mammography confirmed the absence of tumor. Encouraged, another case having a verified breast tumor, after non-radical surgery and with verified residual tumor in the tumor bed was then treated with 300 mg. CoQ10. After 3 months, the patient was in excellent clinical condition and there was no residual tumor tissue. The bioenergetic activity of CoQ10, expressed as hematological or immunological activity, may be the dominant but not the sole molecular mechanism causing the regression of breast cancer.


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