阻止吗啡 它加速了肿瘤的生长和扩散

STOP The MORPHINE! It Accelerates The Growth of Cancer


癌症引起的疼痛? 停止疼痛,长出癌症
如果医生给你开了处方,告诉你它会让你的肿瘤生长或者更糟会引起转移或者刺激癌症的发展,你会服用药物吗?大多数人告诉我:绝对不是——你疯了吗? 然而,当我告诉他们,他们的医生经常这样做的时候,他们却拒绝了我的建议,因为我敢说他们的医生开的药增加了癌症的发病率,他们相信医生会治疗和缩小癌症的范围。


癌症和疼痛在很多情况下是相伴而生的。骨痛是非常痛苦的,那些骨转移的患者以及那些骨癌患者都认为疼痛是一个不受欢迎的伴侣,甚至是入侵者。癌症手术后疼痛总是伴随着阿片类药物的使用。既然这是癌症患者的标准,我们为什么要担心或质疑医生开出的处方呢?


吗啡是处方中最常见的麻醉剂。癌症因接触阿片类药物,尤其是吗啡而滋长。用于普通的癌症疼痛和癌症手术后的疼痛。当肿瘤暴露在阿片类药物中时,肿瘤生长得更快,并发展出更广泛的血液供应网络,肿瘤利用这些网络来促进其进展。这个过程叫做血管生成(Angiogenesis)。


帕特里克·辛格尔顿博士告诉美国癌症研究协会峰会,吗啡似乎也使癌症更容易侵入其他组织。
不仅吗啡有助于进一步的生长和转移,特别是在手术后,但另一个问题是研究人员发现全身麻醉可能有助于手术后癌症的扩散。手术后,病人的免疫系统被麻醉削弱了,对癌细胞中受体施用吗啡可以让他们生长得更快。Jonathan Moss博士,芝加哥大学医学麻醉学和危重护理教授说:“流行病学发现表明我们对癌症手术的麻醉类型会影响复发率,实验室研究表明阿片类药物会影响肿瘤的进展和转移。这些研究促使麻醉师重新评估如何最好地为癌症患者进行麻醉和疼痛控制。


研究人员发现,人类肺癌细胞中阿片类受体的数量是非癌性肺癌细胞的5到10倍。他们在绘制出Akt和mTOR的生化通路后发现,Akt和mTOR是化疗的靶点,当内源性阿片类物质接触受体时被触发。这种相互作用会增加肿瘤细胞的增殖、迁移和侵袭。在同一项研究中,他们发现带有这些额外阿片受体的人类肺细胞的生长速度是缺少额外受体的肿瘤细胞的两倍多。他们还发现,这种癌症扩散和导致身体远处转移的可能性要高出20倍。如果用纳洛酮或甲基纳曲酮等药物阻断了受体,扩散就会减少。这个发现的结论是,如果你能阻断受体,它可能有助于阻止这一进程。


在2002年的癌症研究中,有报道说:“这些结果表明临床使用吗啡可能是有害的。”
明尼苏达大学(University of Minnesota)的研究人员发表的一项研究显示,吗啡的剂量与用于缓解疼痛的剂量类似,会刺激人类乳腺癌细胞的生长。怎么会这样呢?吗啡是癌症患者最常见的止痛剂,常用于临终关怀。2006年在爱尔兰,接受手术切除乳腺癌或前列腺癌的患者如果使用局部或局部麻醉而不是全身麻醉,转移的可能性较小;他们通常不会服用吗啡,因为疼痛程度通常不那么严重。这让我们有理由认为免疫系统没有受到损害允许他们在没有麻醉干扰的情况下更容易找到没有通过阿片受体刺激生长游离细胞。
近十年来,癌症专家仍对此持高度怀疑态度,他们正在寻找试验,以确定使用吗啡与癌症进展之间是否存在真正的相关性。我们是继续十年前的基础研究和现在的研究,给癌症患者注射吗啡还是我们决定谨慎地发现其他药物来减轻疼痛? 一个人怎样才能同时治疗和喂养癌症呢?


许多癌症患者在接受大规模的外科手术后被给予临终关怀处理,或在发现治疗无效时被给予临终关怀处理。对许多人来说,他们可以在临终关怀中心生活并短暂好转一段时间,但大多数病人的病情会突然恶化。通常给临终关怀病人使用的吗啡是否与病人病情突然恶化有直接关系?许多护士或医生对晚期癌症病人有一种看法。他们发现经常使用吗啡是可以接受的。
 

患者和家属有必要知道吗啡的危险作用,无论是在癌症的进展过程中,你都要努力去对抗和克服,以使自己能够活得越久越好。当医生开吗啡处方时,你需要问为什么。如果你想活下去并战胜癌症,你需要通过要求一种止痛剂来保护自己,而这种镇痛剂并不是一种阿片类药物,可以促进癌症的发展。没有人可以一种你必须有尊严地死去的理由开出吗啡处方——这不是他们的选择——这永远是你的选择,是你与癌症抗争的权利。


如果你正在寻求癌症治疗来治愈你的癌症,问一下疗愈Oracle或Mother Nature的工作人员,你的名字是mary@healingoracle.net。我们相信生命和你在无癌症中生存的权利。选择是可能的,没有人需要相信没有希望。我们是你治病的途径。

 Pain Due To Cancer? Stop the Pain, Grow the Cancer

If an MD gave you a prescription and told you it would make your tumor grow or worse would create metastases or stimulate progression of the cancer, would you take the drug? Most tell me: absolutely not – are you crazy? Yet, when I tell them their doctors are doing this routinely they draw back from me for daring to suggest their doctors are prescribing drugs that are increasing the cancer they are trusting the doctors to treat and shrink.

Cancer and pain in many cases go hand in hand. Bone pain is extremely painful, those with bone metastases as well as those with bone cancer find pain an unwelcome companion or more so an intruder. Pain after cancer surgery is always followed by the administration of opiates. Since this is the norm for cancer patients why should we worry or question what doctors are prescribing?

Morphine is the most common of all opiates prescribed. Cancer thrives on being exposed to opiods, particularly morphine. It is used for common cancer pain and used for post surgical pain in cancer surgeries. When tumors are exposed to the opiods the tumors grow faster and develop more extensive networks of blood supply that the tumors use to feed their progression. This process is called angiogenesis.

Dr Patrick Singleton told the American Association for Cancer Research summit that morphine also appeared to make it easier for cancers to invade other tissues.

Not only does the Morphine contribute to further growth and metastases especially after surgery but another concern is researchers have discovered is the general anesthesia used may contribute to the spreading of the cancer after surgery. After surgery patients’ immune system is weakened by the anesthesia and the administration of the morphine presented against the receptors in the cancer cells allows them to grow faster. Dr Jonathan Moss MD, PhD, professor of anesthesiology and critical care at the University of Chicago Medicine stated: “Epidemiologic findings suggest that the type of anesthesia we do for cancer surgery influences recurrence rate, and laboratory studies demonstrate that opioids influence tumor progression and metastasis. These studies have caused anesthesiologists to re-evaluate how best to do anesthesia and pain control for cancer patients.”

Researchers have found cells from a variety of human lung cancers had 5 to 10 times as many opioid receptors as non- cancerous lung cells. They discover after mapping out the biochemical pathways Akt and mTOR, targets for chemotherapies and are triggered when the receptors are contacted by the endogenous opioids. This interaction can increase proliferation, migration and invasion of tumor cells. In this same study they found human lung cells with these additional opioid receptors grew more than twice as fast as tumor cells that lacked the additional receptors. They also found the cancer was 20 times more likely to spread and cause metastases in distant areas of the body. If the receptors are blocked using such medications as naloxone or methylnatrexone reduced the spread. The findings concluded if you can block the receptors it may help stop the progression.

In 2002 in Cancer Research it was reported: “These results indicate that clinical use of morphine could potentially be harmful.”

Researchers at the University of Minnesota published a study showing doses of morphine similar to those that are used to ease pain will stimulate the growth of human breast cancer cells. How could this be? Morphine is often the most common pain easer for cancer patients and often used in hospice. In Ireland in 2006 patients that underwent surgery to remove breast or prostate cancer were less prone to metastases if local or regional anesthesia was used rather than general anesthesia; they are usually not given morphine as the pain level is usually not as severe. This gives cause for us to consider the immune system is not compromised allowing them to find stray cells easier without the interference of the anesthesia and the morphine is not stimulating the growth by way of the opioid receptors.

Still after near a decade cancer specialists are highly skeptical and look for trials to determine if there is a true correlation between the use of morphine and cancer progression. Do we continue based research done a decade ago and present research, to administer morphine to cancer patients or do we decide to err on the side of caution therefore discover other drugs that can relieve the pain? How can one try to treat the cancer and feed it at the same time?

Many cancer patients after extensive surgery are in a hospice situation or are put into hospice when treatments are found not beneficial. For many they could live and thrive for some time in hospice but there is usually a sudden decline in patients put into hospice. Could the morphine usually administered to hospice patients have a direct link to sudden worsening of the patients? Many nurses or doctors have an attitude about late stage cancer patients. They find it acceptable to use morphine regularly.

Patients and family members need to know the dangerous effects of morphine, both in the progression of the cancer you are trying to fight and overcome to the ability to live as long as possible. When a doctor prescribes morphine you need to question why. If you want to live and beat your cancer you need to protect yourself by demanding a pain relief that is not an opioid that will further your cancer’s progression. No one should prescribe morphine with an attitude that you need to die with dignity – it is not their choice – it is always your choice and right to live and fight the cancer.

If you are seeking cancer treatment to cure your cancer ask a staff member at Healing Oracle or Mother Nature And You mary@healingoracle.net . We believe in life and your right to survive cancer free. Options are possible and no one needs to be made to believe there is no hope. We are your pathway to cures.

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 https://mothernatureandyou.org/2016/08/28/the-truth-about-the-cure-for-cancer-told-by-cancer-researcher-of-almost-2-decades-and-holistic-practitioner 

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https://mothernatureandyou.org/stop-the-morphine-it-accelerates-the-growth-of-cancer/