BetOnline is now offering an affordable, non-surgical way to reduce prostate cancer risk.
The site announced on Monday that it is introducing a beta hydrocyanic acid, which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that can be taken by mouth to treat low-grade inflammation and other conditions.
The product, which retails for $100 a bottle, is a combination of a nonprescription medication called beta hydrocylcystic acid (BHCA) and a topical prescription to treat symptoms of low-risk conditions like acne and psoriasis.
The FDA approved beta hydrocephalic acid in 2018, and it has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of psororrhea and other skin conditions.
However, the new product will be available to men and menopausal women who have not yet had surgery.
The beta hydroctase-boosting compound in beta hydrocephaly reduces inflammation in the prostate, and the combination has been shown to have an anti-tumor effect.
“There’s been a lot of concern about the increased risk of prostate cancer with beta hydrocalciferol,” BetOnline CEO and cofounder Michael G. Kestel says.
“But there’s no evidence that beta hydroacetic acid has any risk to prostate cancer.”
Beta hydrocyanide, a nonsteroidal steroid that can act as an antihistamine and antiseptic, has also been used in clinical trials to treat pain, anxiety, and depression.
While it has never been tested in humans, BetOnline says it has worked with a number of medical research institutions to test the product for potential benefits.
In the beta hydroactone trial, Betonline used an intravenous injection of the beta-hydroxybutyrates and beta-acetylcysteine (a non-specific anti-angiogenic) in healthy men who had not had surgery and had been diagnosed with low-level prostate cancer.
After six months, the patients had an average of 0.9 per cent fewer prostate cancers, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in April.
But the researchers cautioned that the trial was small and that the patients in the trial received a placebo.
The new beta-cyanotic acid beta-HCA will also help men who are already experiencing prostate cancer symptoms and who may be more likely to develop symptoms, like irritability, irritable bowel syndrome, and acne.
But it is not a cure.
“The reason we’ve done this trial is to try to find a way to help men and to help people who are having low-quality symptoms,” Kestell says.
The trial also aimed to test whether the new beta Hydrocyanic Acid would help women.
According to the company’s website, the company aims to develop new formulations of the product to help women who are diagnosed with the disease, as well as other women with low risk factors.
The company plans to test this product in women with chronic pelvic pain and other medical conditions.
A beta hydrocyclic acid product is also being tested to treat psorrhoea, according a study in the journal Gastroenterology.
In another trial, the researchers tested beta-actin-enhanced beta hydrocoumarin (BHA) for the reduction of symptoms of psoriatic arthritis, including a worsening of pain and swelling, in men with advanced prostate cancer, according the company.
While beta hydrochloride is not approved by Health Canada for the use of topical medications, BetToday says it will begin to distribute the product in the coming months to customers who are taking other topical treatments.
The BHA-beta hydrocyanism is also available as a topical drug that has been tested to help treat psoriacs.
The drug is currently available as an oral tablet that is supposed to be taken daily for six months and then gradually increased in dose.
BetOnline has already started testing the beta Hydroxybutyrside and Beta Hydrocyanate, and says it expects to have the products in the store in the next few weeks.
“We are excited to be able to provide this affordable, effective, and affordable alternative for those with low or moderate risk factors to reduce risk for prostate cancer,” Kiestell says, adding that the company will also continue to work with research institutions in the U of T and the UQAM to improve the product.
While BetOnline’s beta hydrohydroxybenzylate is a synthetic version of the alpha hydroxybenzene molecule, BetScience is the only other company in the market that uses the natural alpha hydrocyanoic acid, according Kestels co-founder Peter Gavaghan.
The synthetic beta hydrobutyric acid is the most effective of the four beta hydrobutyric acids, but has not yet been approved as a medicine.