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Posted on 06-21-2017

Yesterday I posted about why I'm more confident about cancer cases these days than ever before. It's because of an amazing new drug called Neoplasene.

Neoplasene does not burn tissue like whole bloodroot. Instead it causes cancer cells to die by a process known as apoptosis. This means that instead of cells being attacked and rupturing, they quietly and prematurely come to an immediate end of their life cycle and they die of “old age.” They enter into a self termination process and fold up like a tent, so to speak. The immune system of the patient handles them as they would other dead cells. There are chemotactic factors and inflammation and macrophages that act like the video game Pac Man critters eating up all the little bits.

It does all this while sparing healthy, normal cells! That means its effect is selective and exclusively against cancer cells. Research suggests that the distinction is made by way of a bonding affinity for the sugars unique to the cell membranes of cancer cells. This makes it extremely unique and valuable. It knows the difference between cancerous and healthy tissue. It sticks to the bad guys and leaves the good guys alone. Actually, given a high enough dosage over a long enough time, healthy cells would also succumb. However, by adjusting concentration and exposure time the neoplasm is destroyed while normal cells are spared. So, unlike most conventional “chemo” treatments, it’s not toxic at recommended doses.

Furthermore, with all of the information gathered so far, again unlike most conventional chemo treatments, Neoplasene works on any type of cancer! A dog or cat could have two different kinds of tumors or cancer simultaneously, not a rare situation, and the treatment would still be just as effective!

Treatment with Neoplasene must be performed by a veterinarian and has some nuances. In my next post I'll discuss some of the variables.

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