Is Viagra And Agriflu Destined To Prevent Cancer: What You Need To Know

Viagra is a top-ranked impotence treatment medication that helps men maintain a firm erection when they are sexually aroused. Once administered in the body, these blue-shaped pills provide men with a firm erection that lasts up to 5 hours. Is Viagra destined to prevent cancer from spreading to other organs?

Recently, scientists noted that the combination of Viagra pills with flu vaccine could prevent cancer from spreading to other organs. According to scientists, the ultimate combination of Viagra with Agriflu boosts the immune system and helping it clear the tumour cells that are left behind after surgery operations.

The experiments

Cancer has become a killer disease globally. According to researchers, cancer is an epidemic that should be well looked into. Dr Auer Rebecca (Head of cancer research and a surgical oncologist at Ottawa Hospital) implies that the recent research has come to the rescue of many patients. Viagra is destined to repair the immune system that is weakened after the surgical operations.

Dr Rebecca also adds that surgery suppresses the immune system making it easier for the remaining cancer cells to spread to the other organs. A recent research conducted by Dr Auer indicates that combining impotence treatment drugs with Agriflu (flu vaccine) helps prevent cancer cells from persisting after surgery.

The combination of Agriflu and ED treatment medication was first used on mice. The results indicated that the drugs reduced the spread of cancer cells to other organs by 90%. In real time, cancer patients will be given unconventional therapy, where doctors will monitor and record the progress of the stomach cancer patients.

Viagra is also used to treat a host of other primary disorders such as;

  • Infertility
  • Premature births
  • Heart failure
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Lung problems

Another study illustrates that the combination of Cialis, flu vaccine and Viagra prevents the formation of clumps of cells (polyps), which are rendered cancerous. After the successful experiments in mice, Dr Rebecca is now more than determined to lead the human trials. The trials will involve more than 24 patients suffering from abdominal tumours. After the surgery, the patients will be administered with Agriflu (flu vaccine) and Cialis.

Dr Auer aims at checking for changes in the patients’ immune system and evaluating the safety of the patients. If the trials will be successful, more trials will follow at the Ottawa Hospital. Cancer patients have a reason to be happy. Agriflu and Viagra are inexpensive and safe therapies destined to solve the cancer problem.

How Viagra and Agriflu affects cancer after surgery

Dr Rebecca has been using human models and mice to evaluate the performance and safety of Viagra and Agriflu. Dr Auer notes that natural killer cells (immune cells) play a key role in killing cancer cells and preventing the cells from spreading to other organs. However, surgery leads to the formation of myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSC) that blocks the natural killer (NK) cells from functioning.

According to Dr Rebecca, Viagra and Agriflu are successful as they block the MDSCs from working, which in turn allows the NK cells to fight the cancer cells.

The bottom line

Over the past few years, cancer has turned out to be a killer disease. A recent study carried out by Dr Rebecca Auer aims at attending to cancer patients using inexpensive and safe therapies. ED treatment drug and flu vaccines are readily available in the pharmacies. This poses a great danger to patients. According to Dr Auer, patients should avoid self-medicate practices unless instructed by an oncologist to do so.