Enzymes and Cancer
-enzymes help expose antigens on the surface of cancer cells, so they can be recognized as foreign and destroyed by the immune system.
-circulating immune complexes (CICís), produced when cancerous cells shed their antigens into the circulation to avoid detection by the immune system, can be destroyed by pancreatic enzymes.
-pancreatic enzymes can stimulate natural killer cells, T-cells, and tumor necrosis factor, all toxic to cancer cells.
-Finally, Dr. Solorzano reports that by removing the "sticky" coating found on tumor cells, enzymes reduce the risk of tumors adhering to other areas of the body and allow the enzyme to enter the cancer cell during itís reproductive phase. Vitamin A increases this effect.