reply to post by orbitbaby
Do NOT get radiation/chemo. It is terrible for your healthy cells. Research something called 'antineoplaston' therapy. When a person has cancer,
simply put, there are too many oncagenes turned on, and not enough cancer suppressor genes turned on. This is a gene therapy that targets many
different genes. It has been clinically tested with no side effects, and has been proven to CURE malignant brain tumours in children among many other
types of aggressive cancer.
Do not believe the lies the medical industry feeds you. They want to put you on radiation/chemo and then have you buy an assortment of drugs to combat
the ill-feelings these 'treatments' give you.
The FDA has tried to get Dr. Burzynski's medical licence removed from him on many occasions (he is the doctor who invented the therapy).
Look up Dr. Burzynski and antineoplaston therapy.
What are Antineoplastons?
Antineoplastons (ANP) are peptides and amino acid derivatives, discovered by Dr. S. Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D. in 1967.
Dr. Burzynski first identified naturally occurring peptides in the human body that control cancer growth. He observed that cancer patients typically
had deficiency of certain peptides in their blood as compared to healthy individuals. According to Dr. Burzynski, Antineoplastons are components of a
biochemical defense system that controls cancer without destroying normal cells.
Chemically, the Antineoplastons include peptides, amino acid derivatives and organic acids. They occur naturally in blood and urine and they are
reproduced synthetically for medicinal use. The name of Antineoplastons comes from their functions in controlling neoplastic, or cancerous, cells
(anti-neoplastic cells agents).
How do Antineoplastons work?
Antineoplastons act as molecular switches, which turn off life processes in abnormal cells and force them to die through apoptosis (programmed death
of a cell). While they trigger the death of cancer cells, they do not inhibit normal cell growth. They specifically target cancer cells without
harming healthy cells.
It is generally known that the cancerous process results from increased activity of oncogenes and decreased expression of tumor suppressor genes.
Antineoplastons "turn on" tumor suppressor genes and "turn off" oncogenes restoring the proper balance in gene expression.