Friday, September 12, 2008

There is a Cure for Cancer but Drug Companies won't Invest!

Researchers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada found a cheap and easy to produce drug that kills almost all cancers. The drug is dichloroacetate, and since it is already used to treat metabolic disorders, we know it should be no problem to use it for other purposes.

The drug also has no patent, which means it could be produced for bargain basement prices in comparison to what drug companies research and develop.

Scientists tested DCA on human cells cultured outside the body where it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells, but left healthy cells alone. Rats plump with tumors shrank when they were fed water supplemented with DCA.

Cancer cells don’t use the little power stations found in most human cells - the mitochondria. Instead, they use glycolysis, which is less effective and more wasteful.

Pharmaceutical companies probably won’t invest in research into DCA because they won’t profit from it. It’s easy to make, unpatented and could be added to drinking water.

Spread the news about this because the media sure won't. The news stations were probably bought out by medical giants. Wouldn't you think if there's a cure for cancer there would be an enormous planetary party? Of course no party, because there's too many politics involved and money to be made. If the cancer cure was known about by everyone then all the companies that make cancer "treatment" pills and equipment would lose all of their money, investors would be angry, and so on and so on. If you think the oil industry is bad by hiking up prices, then take a look inside the medical world. Lives are lost and never saved when they can be due to politics and money. What a shame!

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