Combating Cancer

The researchers have not yet officially found a solution to cancer because many of them depend on pharmaceutical companies for their good and their livelihood. Many people are not aware that disease does not have a viable solution because pharmaceutical companies tend to focus their research on cancer treatment methods to generate the best possible revenue for their business.
Patients diagnosed with cancer are often prescribed treatment involving surgery, radiotherapy, or chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is expensive, and therefore beneficial for pharmaceutical companies that provide facilities and equipment for this type of treatment. To treat cancer, chemotherapy kills cancer cells through the use of powerful chemicals. Patients are very aware of the many side effects of chemotherapy. Perhaps the best known is hair loss. Another is the general feeling of nausea that therapy induces in patients. Depression is another side effect of chemotherapy application to treat cancer.
When the patient is depressed, the effects of depression affect his body in a negative way. This is called the psychosomatic impact, which has been replicated correctly in psychological studies and real-world experiments. Depression causes worse physical conditions, particularly damage to the immune system. The immune system is responsible for fighting cancer cells. When immunity is compromised, it is only a matter of time before the bad cells take over the functional cells. These are often the circumstances that cause the tumor to return after a so-called remission. To better understand cancer as a disease, it is essential to know what cancer cells are and how these cells behave within the human body. A manager at a 7-Eleven store in Vancouver, Canada, believes that cancer cells exist in virtually every human body. The fact that a person smokes does not necessarily mean that he will get cancer sooner or later. It just means that smoking predisposes them. Theoretically, in addition to smoking, there are other risk factors: type of diet, low water intake, hygiene and beauty products, too sedentary lifestyle. In short, a possible solution would be to keep the immune system healthy so that it can continue to fight cancer cells.
Returning to cancer treatment, Signs of the Times reports that “scientists have found the cure for cancer, but no one takes note.” We say the article published as far back as May 15, 2011. “Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada, have found a cure for cancer, but it is ignored by the media. It is a simple technique that uses a straightforward drug. The method uses dichloroacetate, a substance that is currently used to treat metabolic disorders. Therefore, there is no concern for side effects or long-term effects. This drug does not require a patent, so anyone can use it widely, and it is cheap compared to expensive cancer drugs produced by large pharmaceutical companies. The drug is publicly available, and the technique is easy to use because large pharmaceutical companies are not involved? Why aren’t the media interested in this discovery? In short, a cure has already been found, but no one is happy about it. The article continues, “However, finding the treatment does not mean that all cancer research should stop. On the contrary, it is in the interest of science to continue to rigorously pursue studies on the subject. Canadian scientists have tested this dichloroacetate (DCA) on human cells and have found that diseased cells in the lungs, breast, and brain have been killed, leaving only the healthy cells.
In the human body, there is a natural element of the human cell, the mitochondria, which can fight a tumor but need to be triggered to be effective. Scientists have realized that these mitochondria cells have been damaged and, therefore, ineffective against cancer and have ended up focusing on glycolysis, which is less effective and more expensive. Drug manufacturers have focused on the method of glycolysis to combat the disease. This DCA is not based on glycolysis, but on the mitochondria, mitochondria are grafted, which in turn fight cancer cells. The side effect of this is that a process called apoptosis is also reactivated. Pharmaceutical companies do not invest in this research because the DCA method cannot be patented; without a patent, they cannot make money, as they are doing now with their AIDS patent. Since pharmaceutical companies will not develop this product,” the article continues, “other independent laboratories should begin to produce this drug and do further research to confirm all the conclusions of that research. Everything can be done in collaboration with universities, which will be happy to assist in this type of research that can develop an effective drug to treat cancer.
Unfortunately, in the light of this further boycott of simple care systems, it seems clear at this point that the medical industry will never find a cure for cancer. Why is that? Because there is too much money going on in this area. Unfortunately, the so-called “best” existing treatment, the costly and devastating chemotherapy, does not work and can even make the tumor worse. The intent of this article is to raise public awareness and the medical environment about this Canadian study, without detracting from the efforts made by many serious researchers, to verify its effectiveness and undertake a spread of the drug.