But in the past few years, thanks to the Internet, various potential cures have emerged – some of them featuring intravenous treatments such as Vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide.
Two of the most promising use ingredients from the human body itself: One well known and the other still a top secret. This article will provide information about both. The second one, far less well known than the first, apparently holds the promise of curing cancer as we know it.
It may be that powerful! Thanks to the Internet, it is becoming impossible to suppress information about such advances.
Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski’s potential cure is the well-known one. It is now in the throes of being approved in Japan, though it is (predictably) lagging in the US. Burzynski won a protracted legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration to continue his research in the area of targeted medicines called Antineoplastons.
Antineoplastons have currently completed Phase II FDA-supervised clinical trials and Burzynksi is apparently still searching for the US$300 million he needs to fund the final phase of FDA clinical trials. The treatments provides cancer patients with peptides (pieces of protein) that is in the blood of healthy people but curiously not in cancer patients.
Various peptide mixtures – Anteneoplastons – are customized for cancer sufferers. They have been targeted to some of the most difficult and aggressive cancers, such glioma and brain tumors. Antineoplastons are set to be approved in Japan long before the United States.
The other potential cancer cure is perhaps even more intriguing.
This one is hush-hush. We just learned about it from sources that are hoping to help bring it to the public’s attention. They told us that the Swiss secret cancer cure – around some 30 years or more – may soon receive top level “scientific” testing in the United States.
The effective agent is known as “Tauroline,” though the website Tetrahedronsci.com tells us that Tauroline in various forms is known as “Taurolidine” or “Taurultam.”
Sources tell us that right now the only way to get tauroline is to go to company that makes it in Switzerland. Wikipedia has information on taurolidine, as follows:
Taurolidine ([bis(1,1-dioxoperhydro-1,2,4-thiadiazinyl-4)-methane) is a drug with antimicrobial and anti-lipopolysaccharide properties. Derived from the amino acid taurine, its immunue modulatory action is reported to be mediated with priming and activation of macrophages and polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
Taurolidine has been used to treat patients with peritonitis and as an antiendoxic agent in patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome. Additionally, taurolidine demonstrates some anti-tumor properties, with positive results seen in early-stage clinical investigations using the drug to treat gastrointestinal malignancies and tumors of the central nervous system.
Taurolidine has been investigated for the prevention of central venous catheter-related infections; while there is positive in vivo and in vitro evidence supporting such an application, the current evidence is “insufficient to warrant routine use of taurolidine”.
We can see from this Wikipedia squib that Tauroline (AKA Taurolidine) is reputed to have “positive results seen in early-stage clinical investigations using the drug to treat gastrointestinal malignancies and tumors of the central nervous system.”
But this is apparently understating the significance of Tauroline considerably.
“It is effective with every kind of cancer,” our sources told us. “It shrinks them, retards the growth of the blood supply and creates an environment where the cancer cannot return. Everyone who uses it goes into remission.”
Yes! claims our source. And without side effects.
Those involved with Tauroline have struggled to bring it to market. The Swiss pharmaceutical establishment made it very difficult, putting many obstacles in the way. The reason the treatment survived nonetheless, is because it is produced by a pharmaceutical company.
Thus, the manufacturer of Tauroline is part of the “club.” But that doesn’t mean it’s been easy. Our main source – who claims to have had first-hand experience with this supposed miracle drug – told us that for a long time Tauroline had been delivered intravenously and there were problems with the dosage. But recently an oral delivery system had been developed.
It is the oral system that is being advanced now, making Tauroline a patentable curative. Before oral delivery, the basic ingredient had complicated the process of bringing Tauroline to market because there was no way to patent a physical process.
Tauroline, from what one source told us, is a human enzyme that has been reconfigured. Because the base is human-derived, there are few if any side effects.
The Internet is a hotbed for fantasy as well as reality. But if one sorts through the false flags – intentional or not – one can arrive at some significant truths.
Regardless of the eventual efficacy (or not) of the above potential treatments, one such truth would seem to be that there are promising treatments for cancer that are on their way to becoming available. They simply cannot be suppressed anymore.