Cheap, safe drug kills most cancers!!!
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01/31/2007 04:03 AM
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I just glanced over your post. My initial reaction is that, even if is all you say about curing cancer is true, it still sounds dangerous if reactions with tranquilizers are known to cause death. Looks like you have to be very careful what you might take it with. So it doesn't sound safe for it to be released for unsupervised use by the general public.
There are some things available for general use that are safe AFAIK and often effective in cancer cases
IP6 and Inositol
Regarding the question of whether metabolism or mutations spark off cancers, I think the issue is really if the immune system is able to defend the body. When the immune system is weak or overwhelmed, then cancerous cells can multiply. If you have something in the body that is screwing up the metabolism, say a toxin secreted by a virus, fungus, or bacteria or some micro-organism, or some chemical that came in from the external environment (pollution or pesticide, etc), then this will make mutations more likely to occur - if the metabolism is thrown off then mutations are more likely... Likewise, if mutations happen, even by random chance or cosmic ray etc, then that may affect the metabolism. So the subjects of mutations and metabolisms are interwoven together, you can not separate them apart from each other very well.
"The drug's discoverer, Dr. Joseph Gold, had found that HS reacted badly if patients were taking other drugs, especially tranquilizers. Several warnings were given to NCI before it began its test. The warnings were explicit. Patients could DIE if they were taking tranquilizers."
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