Heartburn drug cure.

Q: We gave our 6-year-old daughter a heartburn medicine, cimetidine, for her warts. It’s amazing! She had up to 40 warts, and they were starting to spread to her wrist and other hand. Finally, we gave her cimetidine daily for eight weeks, and they just disappeared.

A: The cimetidine (Tagamet) “cure” for warts was first written about in the early 1990s. This was an unusual use; Tagamet was a popular prescription drug for ulcers at that time.

Since then, studies have tested such acid-suppressing drugs against warts. Although some research subjects had a good response like your daughter, most of the well-controlled trials showed no benefit over placebo (Annals of Pharmacotherapy, July/August 2007).

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What If’s-2018-03-31

What if…Something as simple as Prilosec or Nexium could aid in disrupting the lifecycle of cancer? Imagine that. An over the counter antacid used in an off-label manner leading to countless spontaneous remissions of various types of cancers.

I think I have connected those dots and I’m not the only one. Yay…

Utilization of omeprazole to augment subtherapeutic voriconazole concentrations for treatment of Aspergillus infections.

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Repositioning of proton pump inhibitors in cancer therapy.

ASPERGILLUS TREATMENT: Black Mold-Utilization of omeprazole to augment subtherapeutic voriconazole concentrations for treatment of Aspergillus infections.