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Originally posted by xenongod
With all the new commercials on TV for drugs, with a hundred different side-effects and warnings. It all comes together rather well, and lawyers loving it too with all the health issues and deaths that drugs have created 10 years after the release of a NEW drug. Almost every commercial is now drugs or lawyers wanting to get rich quick. My head is spinning too fast again, think we had another polar shift! Xenongod
Originally posted by rival
Is there anyplace to get this in the states?
I know someone with a pancreatic tumor and was just wondering. The outlook is bleak...
Originally posted by mbkennel
Originally posted by golemina
Doctors that force 'chemotherapy' on their patients are basically murdering them.
Our motto here at ATS is deny ignorance...
So here we go... quick summary.
Chemotherapy = Murder!
Uh mebendazole is a tubulin inhibitor. Here are some other tubulin inhibitors, which include all sorts of well known chemo agents.
Actually the fact that mebendazole has a reasonably familiar mechanism of action should make its uptake into a clinical trial (if there's funding) easier. I don't think it would happen except in a nation with socialized medicine, where they would actually care about treating patients for less money.
Scientists Cure Cancer, But No One Takes Notice Posted on January 27, 2012 by Gekko Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada have recently cured cancer, yet there is but little ripple in the news or on TV. It is a simple technique using a very basic drug. The method employs dichloroacetate, which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders, so there is no concern of side effects or other long term effects. The drug doesn’t require a patent, so anyone can employ it widely and cheaply compared to the costly cancer drugs produced by major pharmaceutical companies. Canadian scientists tested dichloroacetate (DCA) on human cells; it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells and left the healthy cells alone. It was tested on rats inflicted with severe tumors; their cells shrank when they were fed with water supplemented with DCA. The drug is widely available and the technique is easy to use, but why are the major drug companies not involved, or the media not interested in this find? In human cells there is a natural cancer fighting organelle, the mitochondria, but it needs to be triggered in order to be effective. Scientists used to think that the mitochondria of cancerous cells were damaged and thus ineffective. They used to focus on glycolysis, which is less effective in fighting cancer and wasteful. The drug manufacturers focused on the glycolysis method to fight cancer. DCA treatment on the other hand doesn’t rely on glycolysis but instead on reactivating the mitochondria; which allows the cell to die and prevents the cancer from spreading. This reactivation is a process called apoptosis. You see, mitochondria contain an all-too-important self-destruct button that cannot be pressed in cancer cells. Without it, tumors grow larger as cells refuse to be extinguished. Fully functioning mitochondria, thanks to DCA, can once again be allowed to die. With glycolysis turned off, the body produces less lactic acid, so the bad tissue around cancer cells doesn’t break down and seed new tumors. Pharmaceutical companies are not investing in this research because DCA method cannot be patented, and without a patent they cannot make money. They’re currently making fortunes with their AIDS patent. Since the pharmaceutical companies won’t develop DCA drugs, independent laboratories should start researching DCA more to confirm all of the above findings and begin producing drugs. All of the groundwork can be done in collaboration with the universities, who will be glad to assist in such research and can develop an effective drug for curing cancer. This article hopes to raise more awareness of dichloroacetate, and to hopefully inspire some independent companies and small startups to pick up on this idea and begin producing life-saving drugs… because the big companies won’t be touching it for a long time. Note: You can watch the video from which this article was written here. Please help others become aware of this article and share it by hitting the like button below. You never know how you may help someone just because you clicked the mouse a few times.
Originally posted by darkbake
Thanks for the information. I saved it to my computer. If I ever end up in a situation where I have the chance to conduct a study on this, I will. I did start a business with the purpose of pursuing technologies like this... I'll just have to talk to my business partner and it might happen one day.
I'm sure there would be a lot of bureaucracy to wade through, so no promises.
A report for the President's Cancer Panel, a three-person panel that reports to the U.S. president on the National Cancer Program, said approximately 41 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime and about 21 percent will die from cancer
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