More of my philosophy about statins and more of my thoughts..

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Amine Moulay Ramdane

Sep 27, 2022, 11:36:17 AMSep 27


More of my philosophy about statins and more of my thoughts..

I am a white arab from Morocco, and i think i am smart since i have also
invented many scalable algorithms and algorithms..

"Many people have to take statins to lower their cholesterol levels. But statins may be able to do even more: Researchers report that these drugs inhibit a gene that promotes cancer cell metastasis. Statins, which are prescribed as cholesterol-lowering drugs, inhibit MACC1 expression in tumor cells, and in their search for MACC1 inhibitors, the researchers conducted high-throughput drug screening with colleagues at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany. They independently hit upon statins. They tested this discovery on various tumor cell lines, with favorable results: All seven drugs tested reduced MACC1 expression in the cells but to varying degrees. The scientists then administered the cholesterol inhibitors to genetically modified mice with increased MACC1 expression. This almost completely suppressed the formation of tumors and metastases in the animals. "What is particularly remarkable is that the benefits continued in the animals even after we reduced the dose relative to the amount that humans normally ingest," Stein says. Robert Preißner and scientists at the University of Virginia also examined data from a total of 300,000 patients who had been prescribed statins. This analysis found a correlation: "Patients taking statins had only half the incidence of cancer compared to the general population," Preißner explains."

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More of my philosophy about how multivitamin may improve cognition and possibly protect against decline and more of my thoughts..

"New research shows that taking a daily supplement of multivitamin may improve cognition in older adults. In the study, researchers estimated that three years of multivitamin supplementation roughly translated to a 60-percent slowing of cognitive decline (about 1.8 years)."

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More precision of my philosophy about Bisphenol A (BPA) and more of my thoughts..

I think i am smart, and i have just read the following interesting serious article about Bisphenol A (BPA), and it says:

"..The results were published in 2018, concluding that doses of 2,500 µg/kg and below did not cause any adverse effects in rats, while a dose of 25,000 µg/kg caused some impact, including effects on the female reproductive tract and male pituitary gland. Over 100 studies have investigated the potential health risk from exposure to BPA in humans. The vast majority have shown no health effects."

Read more here:

How Low Can It Go? The Story Of BPA

So i think so that to be safe, you can set the dose of BPA
to 2,500 µg/kg or even to 25 ug/kg as is saying it the above article.

Read my previous thoughts and writing:

From the following article in french from LeDevoir in Quebec Canada, it says that in the study the researchers calculated that consuming a serving of canned soup daily for five days led to a 1221% increase in BPA levels in urine compared to that of a serving of soup prepared from fresh ingredients, read more here and translate the article in french to english so that to understand:

But i think that according to a 2014 report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), exposure of less than 2.25 milligrams per pound (5 mg per kg) of bodyweight per day are safe( Read about it here: ), so then i can conclude that for a canned soup for 5 days it has given in the above article 20,8 µg * 12.21 = 253.968 µg, so it is not even a 1 mg, so i think it is not problematic.

And more precision about I3C (Indole-3-carbinol) and cancer..

I have just read the following article, i invite you to read it:

Broccoli and Brussels sprouts: Cancer foes

But i think that the above article is not speaking about the following
research that says the following about I3C (Indole-3-carbinol):

"In vivo studies showed that I3C inhibits the development of different
cancers in several animals when given before or in parallel to a
carcinogen. However, when I3C was given to the animals after the
carcinogen, I3C promoted carcinogenesis. This concern regarding the
long-term effects of I3C treatment on cancer risk in humans resulted in
some caution in the use of I3C as a dietary supplement in cancer
management protocols"

Read more here to notice it:

So i don't advice to take I3C(Indole-3-carbinol) as a dietary
supplement, because I3C(Indole-3-carbinol) can reduce the risk of cancer
, but still you can have cancer even if you take I3C(Indole-3-carbinol)
, so it is dangerous to take I3C(Indole-3-carbinol) because taking
I3C(Indole-3-carbinol) after the carcinogen promotes carcinogenesis(read
my writing above to notice it).

More of my philosophy about Protein-designing AI that could discover new cures and materials unknown to science and more of my thoughts..

Protein-designing AI could discover new cures and materials unknown to science, and the real-world applications are limitless.

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These shape-shifting microrobots can brush and floss your teeth

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More of my philosophy about how A.I. excels at creating new proteins and more of my thoughts..

"Over the past two years, machine learning has revolutionized protein structure prediction. Now there's a similar revolution in protein design. Biologists show that machine learning can be used to create protein molecules much more accurately and quickly than previously possible. By creating new, useful proteins not found in nature, they hope this advance will lead to many new vaccines, treatments, tools for carbon capture, and sustainable biomaterials."

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Beyond AlphaFold: A.I. excels at creating new proteins

More of my philosophy about cancer and about a breakthrough anti-aging drug..

I think the following new treatment will allow to beat cancer,
so i invite you to read about it carefully in the following article:

Scientists attempt to beat cancer by suffocating cells within four hours

Elixir of life? A breakthrough anti-aging drug may be just around the corner

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Thank you,
Amine Moulay Ramdane.

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