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Thank you for the great info,

Thank you for the great info, and personal testimony, but laetrille does NOT contain cyanide. From what I read and have heard from personal testimony, it is an inactive cyanide (different name) that is contained in laetrille, which turns into cyanide when enough of the enzyme "glucosidase" comes into contact with it. Which cells in your body contain enough of that glucosidase to release the cyanide? You guessed it, the cancerous cells. The pharma industry will never replicate it. I consume 7+ on a regular basis. Only cancer cells are in danger. DISCLAIMER; I am not a doctor, proceed at your own risk.
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