Cancer Care: The Role of Repurposed Drugs and Metabolic Interventions in Treating Cancer

"This is a review of the published literature showing options for repurposed drugs that can be used in cancer treatment." — Paul E. Marik, MD, FCCM, FCCP

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This information should be of particular interest to patients with cancer, to help guide them through the complicated issue of using repurposed drugs for cancer treatment. However, as noted above, it should not be used by patients to self-treat and should be supervised by a qualified healthcare provider. Primary care providers and integrative providers of patients with cancer will find essential information within this document. Furthermore, this will be of interest to people who would like to reduce their risk of getting cancer. Patients with existing cancers should attempt to discuss the topics of dietary caloric restriction and adjuvant (concurrent) repurposed drugs with their regular oncologist; however, for obvious reasons (vested interests) many oncologists may be unwilling to broach these topics.

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