Angiogenesis Inhibitors Therapy
at Oasis of Hope

The Place for Alternative Cancer Treatment

Angiogenesis is the process whereby new blood vessels form, in response to chemical signals produced by wounded tissue or by tumors. Angiogenesis is normal and essential for a body to be healthy because it promotes wound healing and restores blood flow to tissues after injury. But, angiogenesis also plays a crucial role in the promoting the growth and spread of cancer.

An important cancer fighting strategy is to inhibit angiogenesis. If we can stop cancer from growing blood vessels, we can slow the growth of the cancer or sometimes shrink it. Agiogenic inhibitors have become an important part of treatment for many types of cancer as they stop tumor from growing their own blood vessels.

A key growth factor many cancers produce is vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). VEGF promotes angiogenesis by aiding multiplication and survival of the endothelial cells needed to form new blood vessels.

Both our Core and Enhanced protocols include a regimen designed to suppress tumor production of VEGFand/or block the receptors in endothelial cells that enable them to respond to VEGF. We also utilize NF-kappaB inhibitors and EGFR inhibitors because they both boost tumor production of VEGF and other angiogenic growth factors.

Some of the agents—nutrients, phytochemicals, and safe drugs—that our regimens employ to inhibit the overactive signaling pathways VEGF, NF-kB and EGFR, and promote cancer survival include:

  • Fish Oil

  • Silibinin

  • Green Tea Extract

  • Boswellic Acids

  • Salsalate

  • Diclofenac

Most people facing cancer want to know what causes it. Oncologists often don’t discuss cell signal transduction with patients. But the health of the cell and its ability to generate a healthy replacement cell is the key to explain how cancer forms and how to reverse the process.

Pollution, chemicals, poor diet, lack of exercise, and other facets of life stress our bodies even at the cellular level. Stressed cells can undergo small and irreversible structural changes that alter their behaviors.

If changes go uncontested, the cell can become unhealthy and mutate into a cancer cell that will begin to multiply, form a tumor, and spread. Fortunately, research is uncovering information on how to re-regulate unhealthy cells’ behaviors.

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