Viagra to prevent colorectal cancer metastasis

Patients so have undergone surgery for colorectal cancer were less likely to die of metastasis if they took phosphodiesterase inhibitors

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  1. Another interesting article
    However another drug the researchers experimented with, linaclotide – used to treat constipation and irritable bowel syndrome they found this was even more effective than Viagra.
    But it comes with a nasty drawback: diarrhoea, even in small doses, which makes it ultimately unsuitable for prolonged use, My procedure would be to amplify the drug and have the patient take this in drop form. Using this protocol one gets the same benefits without the side effects so using this protocol could be useful.
    In contrast, Viagra at low doses isn’t known to produce side effects in humans, which could make it a safe, convenient way to stop the spread of polyps, thanks to it promoting production of a chemical called  cyclic GMP inside the body.
    I will try amplifying Viagra to establish any benefits working this way.
    The exact process by which cyclic GMP benefits the intestinal lining is still being investigated, but the research so far suggests the chemical suppresses excessive cell proliferation – the formation of new cells – in the gut.

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