I've been wondering about this also. I picked up somewhere that chemo drugs containing metals should not be compromised by using cellular zeolite at the same time eg carboplatin or other platinum based drugs. It makes sense I guess in case the chemo drug is absorbed by the cellular zeolite. Anyone else know?
I got the same information yesterday. There is one chemo drug out there called Alimta that as a stand along drug you may be able to use zeolite. See what you can find.
Also theres a product called Del Immune that seems to be good for stabalizing the immune system. I have the question in to our oncologist as to whether it will conflict with current chemo drugs.
DelImmune vistit www.zeofreedom.com/getmeds Roger Schanz has been helpfull.
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