Does Polydox help against cancer?

Polydox is a synthetic product containing lipoic acid-palladium complex and B complex vitamins. There is no scientific evidence to support that it can treat cancer. Although animal studies suggest antioxidant properties, Polydox has not been evaluated in clinical trials. The inventor of Polydox claims that it is a metalo-vitamin with antioxidant activity capable of repairing damaged genes. Polydox is said to alter electron flow in cancer cells at the mitochondrial level, resulting in cytotoxicity. The manufacturer reports reduction in cancer-related pain. However, no independent scientific data support these claims.

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