Is Cancer Being Cured Right Before Our Eyes?Submitted by Bob-45 on Sat, 06/22/2013 - 05:03
Cancer Center In Japan Reports Startling Remissions Using Vitamin & Immunotherapy Regimen
by Bill Sardi
In May of 2008 this health writer published an almost unbelievable report of four published studies of 4-7 year remissions from colon and breast cancer facilitated by weekly injection of an abundant sugar-like protein in human blood serum called Gc macrophage activating factor (Gc-MAF). A year later I wrote a follow-up report showing lack of interest by the cancer care community in this remarkable development.
Cancer cells secrete an enzyme called nagalase that completely blocks the conversion of Gc-protein to Gc-MAF which is needed to kill cancer cells via activation of white-blood cells known as macrophages. Macrophages track down and engulf cancer cells.
The startling aspect of these published reports is that the cancer community is ignoring them when there are simply no published studies showing long-term cures for any adult cancers. For example, typical survival for lung and colon cancer is 2 years or less.