Monday, September 26, 2011
CANCER DRUG IS 'HOLY GRAIL'
The Ultimate Trojan Horse Cancer Killer
dichloroacetate can not be patented so don't expect to invest in a company that makes it is public domain because it was made or discovered as far back as 1864.
What is dichloroacetate?
"New Cancer Therapy and Treatment - Known as DCA, NaDCA, Sodium Dichloroacetate. This is a Pharmaceutical Grade Pure DCA in powder form. DCA is a small, simple molecule that cannot be patented. DCA is a compound, not a drug, and does not require a prescription. To use as a cancer care treatment, simply mix DCA with water . It's small molecular size allows it easy absorption by the body unlike conventional cancer treatments like chemotherapy, radiation, and prescription drugs. It is also important to note that DCA only affects cancerous cells and leaves the healthy cells intact. This pure DCA (Sodium Dichloroacetate, NaDCA) contains: NO Organic Solvents NO Acetone NO Phenols NO Toluene NO Fillers DCA became widely known after Cardiologist Evangelos D. Michelakis, MD, FACC, FAHA, Associate Professor of Medicine working at the Department of Medicine, University of Alberta, Canada discovered that DCA is a non-toxic, odorless, and colorless small molecule that reactivates the mitochondria in cancerous cells inabling them to function properly again. This 2007 discovery caused tumor mass to shrink 70% in just 3 weeks. It was affective in several types of cancer. DCA has been used safely for decades to treat other diseases affecting cell mitochondria."
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