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Cancer Support Formula

Cancer Support Formula

Dr. Zhang's proprietary herbal formula of effective, fast-acting Cancer Support Herbs.

Price: $59.99
Availability: In Stock
Size: 500mg, 200 Capsules
Manufacturer: Herbalmax USA
SKU: 859283001194

The HERBALmax™ Cancer Support Formula is a potent herbal supplement that has helped many fight cancer and enhance immunity. The all-natural ingredients found in this remedy are comprised of two groups of herbs traditionally used in alternative remedies to help patients recoup their health and support their body in the battle against cancer.

Building on the time-tested herbal ingredients and modern scientific research, the Cancer Support Formula helps to restore your body’s internal balance and strengthen your immune system. This formula has been used by herbal pharmacology expert Dr. Marshall before, during, and after chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and cancer surgery. It has no known side effects or negative drug interactions, making it extremely safe and effective.

  • Enhances the immune system
  • Complements cancer treatment
  • Can be taken at any stage of cancer
  • No known side effects or drug interactions
  • Uses all-natural, fast-acting herbal ingredients

Astragalus Membranaceus, Sparganium Simplex, Curcuma Zedoria, Prunus Persica, Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Oldenlandia Diffusa, Lobelia Chinensis.

*Disclaimer: Cancer is a serious condition. If symptoms persist, contact your physician. HERBALmax products are dietary supplements. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary.
Directions for Use:

Take 5 capsules with water, twice a day between or after meals.
Take 10 capsules twice a day between or after meals when going through chemotherapy.
Take 10 capsules, three times a day between or after meals, when facing a cancer that modern medicine has failed to help.

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a. Overview

Cancer is a class of disease characterized by the abnormal and out-of-control growth of cells. There are over 100 different types of cancer named after the tissue/organ initially affected, some of which include breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. Thus, symptoms of cancer also vary greatly depending on the type of cancer.

Cancer is extremely harmful to the body because the defective cells that divide uncontrollably can form lumps of tissue called tumors. These tumors interfere with bodily systems and can release hormones that alter bodily functions. Tumors can be benign, when abnormal cells stay in one spot, or malignant, when a cancerous cell divides to form new blood cells or moves throughout the body. When a tumor spreads to other regions of the body, it has metastasized and becomes very difficult to treat.

b. Causes of Cancer

Cancer is ultimately the result of cells that undergo unregulated cell division. There are certain reasons why cells might experience uncontrolled growth. For example, if there are damages or mutations in DNA, the genes involved in cell division might be affected. Examples of affected genes may include oncogenes that tell cells when to divide, tumor suppressor genes that tell cells when not to divide, suicide genes that control apoptosis (programmed cell death), and DNA-repair genes that instruct a cell to repair DNA. Patients may also inherit a genetic disposition to certain types of cancer through family members.

In addition, carcinogens are commonly cited causes of cancer. Carcinogens denote a class of substances that are directly responsible for damaging DNA and promoting cancer. Some examples include tobacco, asbestos, arsenic, radiation, and car exhaust fumes. During exposure to carcinogens, our bodies can form highly reactive free radicals that steal electrons from other molecules, thus damaging normal cell function. Other medical factors such as the onset of old age also play a role in causing cancer. In addition, several viruses have also been linked to cancer, such as hepatitis B and C or HIV.

c. Symptoms and Signs

Cancer symptoms are highly varied due to the many different types of cancer that differ in size, location, and origin. Some cancers may be felt or seen through the skin as a lump or may take shape as a wart or mole. However, most often, cancers leave few physical signs to announce their presence, up until they begin to impair bodily functions either. In addition to using the body’s energy, cancer cells also interfere with normal hormonal functions. Thus, symptoms such as fever, fatigue, excessive sweating, or anemia could be signs of cancer. However, these also could be signs of many other diseases. As the cancer metastasizes, the symptoms in that region become more pronounced.

d. Classifications of Cancer

Cancers are classified into five main groups:
  • Carcinomas: cells that cover internal and external parts of the body
  • Sarcomas: cells that are located in bone, cartilage, fat, connective tissue, muscle, and other supportive tissues
  • Lymphomas: cancers that begin in the lymph nodes and immune system tissues
  • Leukemias: cancers that begin in the bone marrow and accumulate in the bloodstream
  • Adenomas: cancers that arise in the thyroid, the pituitary gland, the adrenal gland, and other glandular tissues

e. Diagnosis and Treatment

Accurate and early diagnosis of cancer is very important for improving one’s odds of survival. Physicians rely on many imaging techniques such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, PET scans, and ultrasound scans to detect the location of a tumor and which organs are affected. An endoscopy, where the doctor inserts a thin tube equipped with a camera and light, is another way to search for abnormalities in the body.

After making a diagnosis, the doctor determines the stage of the cancer. This will in turn determine the choices available for treatment. A common cancer staging system is the TNM system. T (1-4) measures the size and direct extent of the primary tumor; N (0-3) measures the degree to which the cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes; M (0-1) indicates whether or not the cancer has metastasized to other organs.

Cancer treatment depends on the type of cancer, the stage of cancer, and the age, health status, and personal characteristics of the patient. Treatments usually fall under the following categories:

  • Surgery: best for when the cancer has not metastasized; can cure patient by removing cancer from body
  • Radiation: focuses high-energy rays on cancer cells and leads them to commit suicide
  • Chemotherapy: utilizes chemicals that interfere with the cell division process so that cancer cells commit suicide, but also target any rapidly dividing cells. Generally used to treat metastasized cancer
  • Immunotherapy: aims to get the body’s immune system to fight the tumor; is non-specific by improving cancer-fighting abilities
  • Hormone therapy: designed to alter hormone production in the body so that cancer cells stop growing or are killed completely
  • Gene therapy: replaces damaged genes with ones that work to address damage to DNA

f. Cancer Prevention

Refraining from risky behaviors such as smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol can significantly lower the risk of several types of cancer. Staying in the shade, consuming a proper diet, and even getting certain vaccinations may also help. Regular screenings will ensure early detection even when no symptoms are present. Finally, being physically active, controlling cholesterol, managing blood pressure, and reducing blood sugar will all help in reducing risk for cancer.

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