Is There an Alternative to Tamoxifen?

Posted by Robin (Rural, VA) on 12/01/2008

Ted, I have successfully managed to find alternatives to using several medications. But I still take Tamoxifen. I had Breast Cancer in 2004, and have been taking Tamoxifen since. I am not having any bothersome side effects. What is your thought on the continued use of this?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Tamoxifen can uterine cancer. A friend who has a breast tumor and after better oral (bacteria is introduced from cavities in the wisdom tooth) that goes to the lymph node that resulted in a small tumor buildup. The reduction was seen after regular alkalization, such as 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon of potassium bicarbonate in 1/2 glass of water a day taken twice a day. Taking enzyme supplements tends to increase the body's ability to digest the tumor further, or at least soften them. I have found people with tumors to have lower digestive enzymes, have frequent constipation, metabolically acidosis, for example. It came from the fact that she didn't drink enough water and that stresses the body in digesting the food, because the body is dehydrated, and enzyme production is limited whenever excess meats is taken and other difficult to digest foods. However, eating more vegetarian foods is less taxing to the body as it has some enzymes too. Therefore getting a balance between progesterone to estrogen, and avoiding bisphenol a, found in nearly all canned food with plastic lining is the common contaminatns that leads to excessive estrogen. I have also found heavy metals to promote cancer, and some oral disodium EDTA, or cilantro to remove them to be most helpful. But most importantly is to change diets to more vegetarian, but with more carnosine supplements to limit the short fall on certain amino acids and perhaps some B12 and B complex maybe taken weekly.