CoQ10 – an alternative treatment for cancer

Interest in coenzyme Q10 as a possible treatment for cancer began in 1961, when it was found that some cancer patients had a lower than normal amount of it in their blood. Cancer is both the result and a significant cause of free-radical damage related to inflammation. A growing awareness of this critical and intimate association has led scientists to explore ways of controlling cancer growth by limiting free-radical damage. As an antioxidant, the advonced form of coenzyme Q10 – Ubiquinol – may help prevent cancer from developing. Melanoma and breast cancer are two types of malignancies for which CoQ10 has demonstrated substantial clinical benefit.

Another useful property of coenzyme Q10 for treating cancer is that it boosts the immune system. Also,clinical trials have shown that CoQ10 helps protect the heart from the damaging side effects of doxorubicin, a drug used to treat cancer. The medical researchers turned to CoQ10 as a possible means of preventing chemotherapy-related damage after the teatment.

Coenzyme Q10 is found in most body tissues. The highest amounts are found in the heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas. The lowest amounts are found in the lungs. The amount of coenzyme Q10 in tissues decreases as people get older. Ubiquinol is the reduced form of ubiquinone (the oxidised form of CoQ10) and in some research studies it seems to be more bioavailable

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