DMSO “binds” to certain kinds of chemotherapy drugs
The most important feature of DMSO (Dimethylsulfonoxid) is called bipolar behavior, which enables the DMSO to penetrate barriers in the body and enter into the cell nucleus. The pharmaceutical industry uses the physical advantage of DMSO to dissolve substances is able to bind to bring it to a destination application.
Furthermore DMSO binds free radicals and neutralizes them so they can be excreted through the kidneys. At the cellular level DMSO helps to detoxify the cell, DMSO affects inflammation, strengthens the immune system and inhibits bacterial growth. As with DCA, DMSO has a positive influence on the mitochondria.
Countless studies and publications (over 11,000) are written on DMSO, which confirm the efficacy for the treatment of cancer.