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What Diseases Are Enzymes Used To Cure, Control, And Diagnose?

Postby Reilley » Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:39 pm

Enzymes are used in cancer treatment (ie. the chemo drug asparaginase is an enzyme) but the evidence that enzyme therapy will treat/cure/prevent cancer is inconclusive. Pancreatic enzymes can be given to treat digestive problems secondary to removal/disease of the pancreas. Digestive enzymes are used for gastrointestinal issues such as ulcers and food sensitivities (for example, lactase enzyme for people who are lactose sensitive/intolerant). There is some suggestion that enzymes can be used in the management of rheumatoid arthritis. They can be used in parts of metabolic therapy. Enzyme replacement therapy can also be used for Gaucher and Fabry diseases, Mucopolysaccharidosis (I, II, and VI), Gylcogen Storage Disease type 1. There is some evidence that enzymes could be used to cure peanut allergies and stop hair from graying. Serum enzyme levels are used in the detection of conditions like muscular dystrophy, acute MI (heart attack), obstructive diseases in the biliary tract, cancers, the assessment of liver function (esp. w/ alcohol use), hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver or kidney problems.
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Postby Hurst » Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:42 pm

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What Diseases Are Enzymes Used To Cure, Control, And Diagnose?

Postby Glifieu » Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:47 pm

Enzymes In Diagnosis Of Diseases
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Postby Mihaly » Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:48 pm

This is where you ask your dr. all the questions you can think of. Write a list and call. Each case is different and there's no way to tell you what your future with Crohns will be without your Doctor's information and knowledge. He can tell you the best. That is part of their obligation to the patient,
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