Timing of Therapies

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding the effects of timing of therapies with cancer.

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Statins

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding statins’ effects with cancer.

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Propranolol and Other Beta Blockers

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding propranolol’s and other beta blockers’ effects with cancer.

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Non-aspirin Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are used to reduce inflammation, with notable benefits in increasing survival and reducing risk of several types of cancer; expert consensus is that the risks of harm from using these drugs long-term for prevention are greater than the benefits for many people.

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Metformin

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding metformin’s off-label effects with cancer.

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Low-dose Naltrexone

This prescription drug is used off-label in low doses to treat people with cancer, with notable but very preliminary successes in cases where the cancers were difficult-to-treat or quite advanced.

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Hyperthermia

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding hyperthermia’s effects with cancer.

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Copper Chelation

Copper promotes the formation of blood vessels, including those that supply tumors. Depleting copper can deprive the tumor of its suppliers.

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Cimetidine

Our predecessor site BCCT summarizes the evidence regarding cimetidine’s off-label effects with cancer.

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Aspirin

Aspirin is a widely available over-the-counter medication that shows substantial effects at promoting survival and reducing risk of many types of cancer, plus reducing inflammation and managing pain due to inflammation.

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