Is Glutathione safe if you have papillary thyroid cancer?

by Patricia
(New York, NY)

I was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer and had surgery in 2007. Current blood tests shows the presence of cancer. Would raising my glutathione with glutathione precuror help? I am 52 years old.


Patricia,

Thanks so much for your question. The positive effects of raising glutathione when it comes to cancer are well documented. Glutathione precursor may be taken alone or adjunctively with radiation, chemotherapy, or surgery. I would suggest you do some research and consult with your doctor on this regarding your particular form of cancer.

Here are some pages about glutathione and cancer I've written that link to medical studies and will get you started:

Cancer Research

Glutathione and Cancer

What Is Immunocal?

You may wish to bring the medical studies referenced to your doctor for discussion for your best treatment options.

You can order Immunocal here.

Good Health To You!

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