Dichloroacetate: University Of Alberta Doctors Discover A Cure For Cancer
A cure for cancer has been discovered by Dr Evengelos Michelakis, associate chair and medical researcher at the University of Alberta’s faculty of medicine and his team of researchers. Even though their work has been published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), Circulation (2002, 2006), Circulation Research (2004), PNSAS (2007), and Science Translational Medicine (August 2010),it hasn’t received any support from the medical industry.
Namely, they are the first to demonstrate that a cancer marker called survivin, which was thought to be found only in cancer cells was also heavily expressed in abnormal pulmonary arteries. This was the first case that showed a link between pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and cancer.
Part of the work was published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). It was discovered that Dichloroacetate (DCA) is able to shrink solid tumors, including the aggressive primary brain cancer glioblastoma multiforme in human beings.
Dr. Michelakis’s work agrees with the idea of altering the metabolism of tumors as a new direction of treatment for cancer, by using the drug called dichloroacetate (DCA), which has been proved to reverse cancer growth.It works by tricking cancer cells into normal energy production by changing the ways they handle nutrient fuels. This invokes suicide among the cancer cells without affecting the healthy ones. The research has been confirmed by many researchers around from the world.
In fact, this small molecule called Dichloroacetate (DCA) has been already used treat congenital mitochondrial abnormalities. The mitochondria do several functions which makes it a vital part of the cell, including acting as oxygen sensors and control, as well as controlling programmed cell death. The important part is that this process is suppressed in cancer, a disease that’s characterized by uncontrolled cell growth.
Shockingly for some, major cancer studies have turned out to be false, suggesting that the mainstream treatments we use are based on fraudulent findings and false science. This means that we should pay attention to those studies that aren’t being majorly promoted and are basically kept away from the public. There’re even researchers from the University of Michigan who suggested increasing public funding of research to decrease potential bias from industry ties, and the Alberta research is publicly funded.
According to findings published in the journal Nature, 88% of major studies on cancer that have been published in reputable journals over the years can not be reproduced to show their accuracy, making them questionable.
But, there is a problem. Even though The University of Alberta team has conducted tests on humans, the pharmaceutical sector of medicine is responsible for funding clinical trials that lead to the approval of medical treatments and since the rights to the DCA compound are not owned by any pharmaceutical company it is a problem because the university’s researches are publicly funded.
Moreover, the industry’s support is needed, and without that support it is impossible to do anything with this research and infiltrate the health industry.
Plus, pharmaceutical companies are not interested in drugs that won’t make them profit. Also, every big pharmaceutical company has the same ownersas all of the big biotech giants like Monsanto and other food corporations. They’ve basically created a profitable circle: the food companies load our food with toxins and GMOs which have been proven to be the reason of many diseases we face today, making them dependent on pharmaceutical drugs.
Conventional drugs aren’t the only way to treat the disease. There are various other natural remedies that have been proven to be effective, and more importantly don’t cause any side-effects. Hemp oil, soursop, and baking soda are just the few of them.