Paul Edwards Posted February 18, 2014 Share Posted February 18, 2014 Most of us take supplements as part of our cancer treatment. I’d be interested to know what supplements other members are taking. My supplements (which I've run past my oncologist to ensure that they don't interfere with the drugs that I'm on) are: Vitamin D and Calcium recommended by my urologist to maintain bone density whilst on hormone therapy. Lecithin and Co-enzyme Q10 recommended by my GP to mitigate the cognitive side effects of hormone therapy. Fish Oil and Curcumin as recommended by Dr Snuffy Myers. Pomegranate Juice – In my opinion the jury is still out on scientific evidence that Pomegranate Juice is beneficial to prostate cancer sufferers. But It doesn’t do any harm and might do some good! I buy the juice made by Bickfords, an Australian company, rather than the more expensive imported American product. MultiVitamin Tablet Dr Mark Moyad in the February 2014 Us Too Hotsheet suggests that there is adequate research to suggest a multivitamin tablet could correct some minor nutritional deficiencies. Please let us know what supplements you are taking and why? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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