Are there side effects?
No, the clinical work that we have examined declare actively that they have not detected any side effect. The factors of differentiation of the zebrafish are equal to those of human that are already naturally present in physiological amount of healthy people and control the correct cell multiplication. Their lack can leave space to abnormal cellular and cancer cells replications. Their integration has not produced intolerances.
Why my doctor does not know about this topic?
The use of the factors of the zebrafish is a recent integrative treatment. The approach falls within the line of research on the epigenetic and there are still improvements of the experimental phase.
Can I integrate the chemotherapy with the zebrafish?
Yes, because the use of peptides of zebrafish fits in a physiological mechanism and does not interfere with the therapies.
It is also useful for prevention?
We have not found scientific works on primary prevention. However an important oncologist as Richard Ablin, famous throughout the world for having discovered the PSA, suggests it as standard treatment after the operations of prostate cancer for the purpose of preventing relapses.
For which tumors is adviced the integrative treatment with the zebrafish?
The peptides of zebrafish are not targeted for a specific tumor. The clinical works that we have found are mainly treating the hepatocellular carcinoma but there are others who have worked on glioblastoma cells, breast cancer, kidney and colon. We keep open the update for any other jobs that will be reported.
I follow other alternative therapies, is it a problem?
No. The factors of differentiation of the zebrafish are equal to those of human that are already naturally present in physiological amount of healthy people. Their integration when there are deficiencies does not create problems because it restores a state that should be normal.
How can I access to these treatments?
We tell you some specialists who know the subject.
The key words to learn more about this topic are:
zebrafish, tumor, cancer, cell differentiation, factors embryonic differentiation