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Is there any interaction between tamoxin and graviola?

Is there any interaction between tamoxin and graviola?

Graviola: I have searched and can find no data with any human research performed with this supplement. I would advise against using it, regardless of the tamoxifen. ...Read more

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Is it okay to take graviola and arimidex (anastrozole) at the same time?

Is it okay to take graviola and arimidex (anastrozole) at the same time?

Ask Your Oncologist: 1) take your Arimidex (anastrozole) faithfully this will reduce your risk of recurrence 2) there are no human studies looking at graviola in breast cancer risk reduction 3) graviola is a supplement so it should be ok 4) be aware that one major side effect of graviola is neuromuscular damage and can lead to something similar to parkinson's 5) most importantly talk to your oncologist. ...Read more

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Does the graviola tree treat any cancer?

Does the graviola tree treat any cancer?

No.: There have been zero studies in humans regarding graviola fruit extract efficacy in the treatment of cancer. There was one study published in 2011 that showed promising results in vitro (i.e. Plastic dishes) and in vivo (i.e. Mice), but this was a very limited study with a small number of samples. Overall, the data regarding gfe as a cancer treatment is exceedingly limited. ...Read more

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Could graviola(sour soup) really kill cancer?

Could graviola(sour soup) really kill cancer?

Of course not: This is one of the most vicious cancer frauds being promoted. Unlike laetrile, the plant is actually a deadly poison and causes brain damage in the guadeloupe islanders who eat it. There is nothing "spiritual" or "open-minded" about believing obvious lies. Don't reward these people for lying to you by buying their product "because it doesn't cost that much.". ...Read more

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Is it safe for graviola/ramphal to be taken by people without cancer?

Is it safe for graviola/ramphal to be taken by people without cancer?

Absolutely: Yes, absolutely you can eat soursop fruit. It is yummy actually. ...Read more

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What to do if I have read a lot about graviola and zeolite for treating cancer.?

What to do if I have read a lot about graviola and zeolite for treating cancer.?

Cruel frauds: I was actually the guy who blew the whistle on the zeolite fraud. It's the clay used in water softeners, now sold for $100/drop. Graviola is a poisonous plant that's promoted by the hate-mongering charlatans for gullible cancer victims. Don't let these people have a penny -- they are maliciously deceiving you. ...Read more

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What effect does graviola have on blood platelets?

What effect does graviola have on blood platelets?

No one knows: As best as i can tell, there has not been a single research study published on graviola. Many people have tried this for cancer and other conditions, but without any scientists studying the safety and effects of graviola in humans there is absolutely no way to know if graviola has any effect on platelets. See http://www.Raysahelian.Com/graviola.Html. ...Read more

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What's your opinion on graviola as an alternative cancer treatment?

Not Effective: Graviola or soursop is a fruit grown in rain forests in s.America, africa & se asia. The fruit contains substances known as annonaceous acetogenins which may be able to kill certain cancer cells in a test tube (according to a perdue u study). No studies in humans have been done so there's no evidence that it can work to kill cancer in your body. It can also cause parkinson's like symptoms. ...Read more

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My friend has leukemia and i heard about the new cancer fighting properties of graviola. Is it safe to give her dynamic health graviola juice blend in?

My friend has leukemia and i heard about the new cancer fighting properties of graviola. Is it safe to give her dynamic health graviola juice blend in?

Cruel fraud: This is the thorn-apple, a semi-poisonous plant. The hateful language that many of its salespeople use about a "conspiracy to suppress a cure" should be enough to tell you that it's phony. I'm sorry about your friend, but don't give a penny to the people who are seeking to make a fast buck by smearing the physicians who've tried to save her -- and still may. ...Read more

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