See my main cancer page about ginkgo biloba or any other supplements you have questions about, as well as Dr.

Organic Barley Grass (I use Now brand) is good in a green drink; I mix powdered Magnesium Ascorbate (buffered Vitamin C), Magnesium Citrate and Mg Malate, and some other water soluble powders and capsules that I open in my green drinks (2/d), also.

Artemisinin would also help against cancer, but I only took the concentrated extract capsules for 2 months.

Milk thistle, curcumin, quercetin, garlic, ginger, cayenne (all organic) are oil-soluble (see main cancer page) and help a lot to reduce inflammation -- a big part of cancer -- as well as attack cancer directly.

I wouldn't take too much manganese except what is in a good multivitamin (I use Activite Sport 4/d per 150 pounds; proportionally less for smaller person).

--- Cancer is a systemic, not a localized, disease; it is a warning from your body that your diet and lifestyle need to be changed.

80% of your genetic predisposition towards disease can either be activated or held in check by proper diet and lifestyle.I use Morton blue salt substitute with more potassium chloride than sodium chloride as a source of potassium, along with some additional KCl (or potassium Citrate).I get most of my nutrients from specific raw organic blenderized vegetables (see my raw food and cancer page).The information you need is here: please read it and use it!There is no easy way out of reading and learning what you need to do to help save your life by simply talking for a few minutes on the phone or exchanging a couple of emails: you're trying to undo a lifetime of bad habits and it's going to take some work, and after you beat the cancer, you are still going to have to follow a very good diet and lifestyle and take supplements (fewer than when you had active cancer, but still substantial) to help keep the cancer from returning.Also, red meat and too much iron stimulates cancer and pathogen growth.