Homeopathic Remedy – Calc Carb – Shown to Kill Cancer Cells

Homeopathic Remedy – Calc Carb – Shown to Kill Cancer Cells

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Research published in the BMC journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine has looked at the dilemma created by earlier research that showed that calc carb demonstrated the ability to kill cancer cell in vivo – it didn’t demonstrate the same effects ‘ex vivo’.

The results showed that clac carb achieved this cancer-killing effect through a "two-step" mechanism.

Calc carb started by inducing cell death in tumour cells through the activation of the immune system and then through down regulating a key process linked to p53 (the Bcl-2:Bax ratio).

This causes a loss in the mitochondrial transmembranes - and the release of cytochrome c which is followed by the activation of a caspase cascade.

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