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Ed Dixons
Menopause Maggie

National Cancer Institute

Age is change in our cells, over time. We rust as we age. 
The metals, fats and proteins in our body become oxidized. 
Antioxidant’s prevent and reverse the process of oxidation. Free Radicals are chemicals produced in our body through normal pathways by the food we eat and the environment around us. Free radicals damage our cells and the DNA within the cells. 
A leading theory of aging today is based on the production of free radicals inside the mitochondria. We can change the pathways of our aging by providing effective 
antioxidants andnatural vitamins to our cells.

The ANTIAGING® Institute of California has been an advocate of Coenzyme Q10.  Our recommendation is one Softgel of 100 mg CoQ10, for men and women over the age of 40, after a meal, preferably breakfast. Depending on the body’s requirement and with your physician’s suggestions you can increase the daily dose.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has recently proposed a PDQ, a study to provide accurate information on the use of CoQ10 in cancer patients.
PDQ is an online database developed and maintained by the National Cancer Institute. Designed to make the most current, credible, and accurate cancer information available to health professionals and the public, PDQ contains peer-reviewed summaries on cancer treatment, screening, prevention, genetics, complementary and alternative medicine, and supportive care; a registry of cancer clinical trials from around the world; and directories of physicians, professionals who provide genetics services, and organizations that provide cancer care. Most of this information, and more specific information about PDQ, can be found on the NCI's Web site at 
http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq Also called Physician Data Query.

Purpose of This PDQ Summary 

This 
PDQ
 cancer information summary for health professionals provides comprehensive, peer-reviewed, evidence-based information about the use of coenzyme Q10 as a treatment for cancer. The summary is reviewed regularly and updated as necessary by the 
PDQ Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine Editorial Board.
You can follow this information on the link below.
www.cancer.gov/cam/attachments/cam-news-spring-2008.pdf 

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