Laetrile is the trade name for laevo-mandelonitrile-beta-glucuronoside, a
substance allegedly synthesized by Ernst T. Krebs, Jr., and registered with
the U.S. Patent Office for the treatment of "disorders of intestinal
fermentation." This compound is chemically related to amygdalin, a
substance found naturally in the pits of apricots and various other fruits.
On September 1, 2000, a United States District Court Judge issued a
preliminary injunction against World Without Cancer, Inc., The Health World
International, Inc. of Bay Harbor Island, Health Genesis Corporation, an
Arizona concern that does business in Bay Harbor Island, Florida and David
E. Arizona, an officer of the three corporations. The ruling enjoins the
defendants from introducing or causing the introduction into interstate
commerce of laetrile products, apricot seeds, or any other unapproved drug
product as well as manufacturing, processing, packing, labeling, promoting,
or distributing these or any other new drug. The order also requires the
defendants to modify their Internet websites to cease using the websites to
promote the sale of or offer for sale their laetrile products.
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Cesium with some additional potassium and magnesium has
been touted for fighting cancer, with some impressive results. Take it while
working with a doctor or naturopath, as you can get your mineral levels
messed up using it.
Artemisia has been advertised by some as a cancer killer.
There has been some concern about making sure you don't take too much of
this herb, though it is claimed to be much safer than chemotherapy or any
extract from the Venus Flytrap, is a highly publicized "cancer
cell killer." It dissolves primitive cells including cancer cells but does
not harm healthy cells.
are just a few examples. ALWAYS consult with your doctor before purchasing
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM)
is the federal government’s lead
agency for scientific research on complementary and alternative medicine.
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
conducts and funds major cancer research programs. Its website has
information on a variety of cancer topics, including complementary and
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