Ways to Stop Stage 4 Cancer beyond Chemo
Avoiding apoptosis (programmed cell death) is one sure way that cancer develops and progresses. This naturally-occurring event rids the body of damaged cells and serves to maintain healthy tissue function. Apoptosis is usually triggered when cell stress, DNA damage, and other signals come about. Cancer cells, on the other hand, are able to skirt the process and continue to endure. See, the body already has the functionality to protect us from cancer and actually may do so up to 10,000 times per day. What we have to determine is why stage 4 cancer patients divert apoptosis.
Mutations Bring About Stubborn and Resistant Stage 4 Cancers Apoptosis may be triggered internally (from within a cell) or externally (from without.) When it occurs from within the cell, the process relies on the functionality of a protein called p53. Certain mutations can cause this proteinâ€™s gene can cause inactivity, thereby preventing apoptosis. This type of mutation is seen in about half of human cancers. A treatment that targets such mutations will significantly increase effectiveness.
Silver Bullet known as Chemo, Can be Dodged by Stage 4 Cancers While it is true that radiation and chemotherapy indirectly promote apoptosis by damaging cell DNA, cancer found a tricky loophole to side-step this matter. DNA damage is triggered from within the cell via protein p53. But, because mutations to p53
can shut down apoptosis, cancer is often adept at avoiding chemotherapy’s chief mechanism. For patients undergoing such standard protocols, it is not uncommon to see cancer progress and recur, regularly. Envita works to overcome p53 oncogene mutations through nutritional cancer treatments. The goal is to allow the body to begin and maintain healthy apoptosis. After all, it does stand to reason that nutritional, immunological, or impairments in toxin elimination deficiencies could all trigger environments leading to cancer development. Why not take the measures necessary to bolster these functions as an added defense.
Launching an Offensive on Cancer By promoting apoptosis from outside the cell, as well as other methods from within, we may illicit programmed death in cancer cells that were previously resistant to conventional treatments. And, depending upon the type and stage of cancer, there are numerous approaches Envita employs. Mitochondria dysfunction support coupled with recommended nutrients aim to restore healthy mitochondria functionality and thereby normal apoptosis. It is unique treatments such as this one, that help the body to attack and eliminate cancer cells. Our track record over the last decade is impressive, having fought against the most challenging stage 4 cancers.
Treatment Improved – Results Achieved Envita’s Comprehensive Smart Oncology® program (link to Envita cancer page) integrates successful oncology combinations with our aggressive natural therapies that affect apoptosis in cancer cells by using tumor destruction methods that actually rely solely on p53. Visit our PPMR process (link to Envita PPMR page) or contact us speak to one of our patient-care educators so that we can put an immediate plan in place for you.