Drug of choice when toxicity is involved.
In chemotherapeutic treatment of a disease, two drugs of choice can be used in the treatment. If one of the drugs is nephrotoxic while the other is hepatotoxic, which will you select and why?
Wow, what a tough question. One is going to damage your kidneys, while the other is going to damage your liver. I would say take the most extreme avenue possible to get the cancer and deal with the side affects down the road. This is really a no win situation if the cancer cannot be stopped.
Great answer. Myself? I would try naturals first, dependant on the progression. They just did a clinical trial, using turmeric, and is showing great promise, along with beta glucans. Again never faced with this decision, sisters cancer in remission
Well, I think the liver has a higher regenerative ability compared to the kidney in that over 80 percent of the liver has to be damaged before any serious problem while the kidney have little of such ability.
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