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EBC-46 the Queensland drug that has cured cancer

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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:40 AM
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Stunning news about to go to local air tomorrow

Being a local development its a buzz here in my home state – Believed to be going to air tomorrow on local TV. EBC-46 the first drug discovered from Australia's unique rainforests to enter human clinical trials.

Heard it all before well rad this, pets reap the benefit in trials first


Many pet owners involved in veterinary trials of EBC-46 have ... literally watched the deadly tumours on their pets disintegrate within five to seven days of being treated," she said in a statement. "It is absolutely amazing to see this drug in action. "The tumours almost shrink before your eyes." The drug was developed over six years of research into the seed of a Queensland rainforest plant.


Link Here

I'm hoping someone can capture the TV and post on the tube

MJ2




posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:55 AM
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This story's going national tonight on channel 7's 'Sunday night'.
I'll try and youtube it, or it will probably appear in the videos section of their website below.

au.tv.yahoo.com...

edit: it's now online .. it's called 'nature's solution' under the featured videos section.

[edit on 13-6-2010 by ppk55]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:55 AM
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How *incredibly* exciting! OMG!

Is there *anyone* whose life hasn't in some way been touched by cancer?!

www.qbiotics.com...
EBC-46 and Humans

EBC-46 An outstanding candidate for a human anti-cancer treatment

EBC-46 is a novel and highly potent, short-chain diterpene ester in development for local treatment of
solid tumours.

Potential indications for the drug include:

- Skin cancers including Melanomas, Squamous Cell Carcinomas (SCC) & Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC)
- Head & neck cancers
- Breast cancers
- Prostate cancers
- Other tumours where injection can be guided by imaging

Although only in late pre-clinical development for the human market, QBiotics has already demonstrated very compelling proof-of-concept of the drug’s efficacy and safety both in cancer models in mice and in successful treatment of advanced, spontaneous tumours in dogs, cats and horses that were considered untreatable with current standards of care. Few, if any, oncology drugs at a similar pre-clinical stage of development have such convincing proof-of-concept of efficacy in treating a wide range of tumour types in diverse patient populations with no apparent side effects.

In addition, the mode of action of the EBC-46 drug class has been demonstrated to be both safe and effective in humans through the development of Peplin’s compound PEP005 successfully into Clinical Phase III
(for a pre-cancerous skin condition) and thus the potential for successful clinical development of EBC-46 is
extremely high.



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:02 AM
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New Cancer Treatment For Dogs
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The chemical, now known as EBC-46, was discovered when the scientists noticed that rainforest animals happily ate the flesh of the fruit from a particular tree, but spat out the seeds. These seeds contained a chemical which made their tongues swell, so they didn't like it. When the chemical was isolated, it was found that it caused inflammation, and it is this characteristic that makes it useful in treating cancer.

EBC-46 is given as a single injection into a tumor, and leads to inflammation and the death of cancer cells. It also causes the body's own white blood cells to attack and kill the tumor.

[snip]

The beauty of this drug is that it is easy to give to the animal, and it causes very little, if any, trauma or tissue damage. So far, scientists haven't seen any significant side effects from the use of the drug.

The rainforest plant that is the source of EBC-46 can be rapidly grown in plantations in North Queensland, providing a renewable source of the drug.




[edit on 13/6/10 by Geeky_Bubbe]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:12 AM
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and does anybody mention a price tag
for this cancer cure???

I'm sure it's not gonna be cheap

$1,000 a shot ????

$10,000 a shot ????

what is the price for curing cancer ???



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:14 AM
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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:14 AM
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Wow thanks for the extra info Geeky_Bubbe
By my reckoning we should just start using it



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:22 AM
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My thoughts exactly! The we should just use it. Then I found this and it...well... it kinda made me mad:

Possible cancer cure found in blushwood shrub

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She said it was "immoral, illegal, and unscientific" to seek to be administered the drug before approval, likely to take up to seven years, by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

My thought: Yeah, like it's moral and ethical for people to die painful agonizing deaths while such a promising drug remains unavailable to them... but not their DOGS.



[edit on 13/6/10 by Geeky_Bubbe]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:23 AM
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Awesome Find!

Although Im sure TPTB, will find someway to prove that it does not cure cancer, because Cancer makes them extremely wealthy. Besides- if they continue poisoning us with their modified foods, chemtrails, and vaccinations- well continue getting cancer regardless.
And round and round in circles we go.


[edit on 13-6-2010 by xynephadyn]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:36 AM
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Very informative posts, if you're correct, this is looking very promising, if it doesn't take 7 years to be released that is.



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:42 AM
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Its almost like we need everyone to know what we have, but the longer we keep them waiting the more people accept the high cost.

They could sell it now at $100 a dose but in five years it would be acceptable to folk to pay 10x that - if you see what i mean.

MJ2



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:45 AM
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Would this be real? And if so, wah would it take to let someone from belgium use this drug to get cured?



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:46 AM
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lets hope this wont get "reproved"

lets not forget, we live in a bad world, full of $% ...

lets see ...

but I dont trust that the Big Pharma would just accept some cheep medicament ... they would try to make you dependent to the thing, make you take something your whole life or something else

they freaking use vaccine like its totality safe ... the swine flu was a joke



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:49 AM
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I would say BREAKING AND ENTERING

it will take years to be available to human, IF it doesnt get REPROVED in the trials

but you may be able to try to participate in the trials, I dont know how it works ...



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:50 AM
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Hey guys found this nice blog it includes EcoBiotics ......




Another eco-discovery company is the Australian company Ecobiotics(ref), which works in rainforests in Australia. “The researchers at EcoBiotics take a more encompassing approach to exploring the Australian rainforests than do companies who search for new compounds in South America’s rainforests. EcoBiotics’ cofounders, Victoria Gordon, Ph.D., and Paul Reddell, Ph.D., are chemical and forest ecologists who live and work at the company’s headquarters near Cairns in the Daintree Rainforest of northeastern Australia.


Nice read....Link

MJ2



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 04:09 AM
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Originally posted by ppk55
This story's going national tonight on channel 7's 'Sunday night'.
I'll try and youtube it, or it will probably appear in the videos section of their website below.

au.tv.yahoo.com...


Just watched it. Very interesting despite the medical fraternity wanting longer tests. Nevertheless it will be available for veterinary use real soon within months. First human trials early next year. I recorded it but I have a silly process to go through to convert from my PVR.

Rally interesting showing 3 pet examples all with positive results within weeks

MJ2



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 04:49 AM
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for those of you who cannot wait
7 yrs. You can purchase DCA from
most chemical companies and even
purchase it online.






[edit on 13-6-2010 by boondock-saint]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 11:06 AM
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Originally posted by majestictwo
reply to post by Geeky_Bubbe
 


Its almost like we need everyone to know what we have, but the longer we keep them waiting the more people accept the high cost.

They could sell it now at $100 a dose but in five years it would be acceptable to folk to pay 10x that - if you see what i mean.

MJ2


Well, given the current costs of treating cancer, even the easily treated cancers, that $10,000 would be *cheap* indeed.

That said, many countries, but not the US, have strict laws about what can be charged for a drug. Depending on the price of what it takes to get the compound into this efficacious state would be the biggest component to the cost factor. Rarity does not seem to factor too much: Fast growing easily cultivated. But there *are* costs associated with extracting the singular compound from the seed.

Then, there are licensing costs. It is only fair that the company make those back. It's expensive to find a new drug. I can only imagine how many tests the company went through to find the seed, extract its various components, test each one, test each one at any number of strengths, animal model tests, animal trials in outside veterinary practices. Now, there will be the costs of human trials. Those are HIDEOUSLY expensive. Then the costs that come along with approval.

No, this drug will not necessarily cheap, as in the price of an average woman's pair of shoes, but I don't imagine it will be prohibitively expensive either... and let's not forget... it's a one shot per tumor deal. Today, I know a woman who is undergoing radiation treatment for a very treatable case of breast cancer [caught fairly early] and she has to report for radiation treatment *every* working day [M - F] for FIVE WEEKS! And, that's AFTER a TWELVE WEEK course of chemotherapy. And that was AFTER a mastectomy.

So, yes, EVEN $10,000 would be CHEAP, but like I said, I don't imagine it will be that expensive. Governments will be highly motivated to get this drug approved if it is efficacious in humans.

I do wonder if they did any porcine model tests and what the results showed there. Maybe they have not, but maybe the results were not as stunningly promising as in dogs/cats/horses. Still, it's *incredibly* exciting news of a potentially *incredibly* wonderful new treatment option.



[edit on 13/6/10 by Geeky_Bubbe]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 11:19 AM
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In the program vets were using the drug quite liberally. This stuff is quite potent just a smear of cream one dose only on a cats cancer ear virtually had it cleared up in just a few weeks. It may be some hundreds of dollars but its not looking like many thousands and its a one dose only injected directly in the tumour.
I do hope this is all for real - it really looks like it.
MJ2



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 11:35 AM
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Thanks for posting the vids! I hadn't even thought about searching out YouTube [blush].

So! It's already a *GENERIC* compound! Interesting!!

The Alberta university study showed just drinking it as opposed to the Australian injecting directly into the tumor which is quicker - one shot - and appears to be either 100% or close to 100% effective. The Canadian mouse model still had ~30% of the tumor after several weeks of drinking it. Still, even that is *exciting* but the Australian one is even more so.

Thanks again!





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