Two Ultimate types of Cancer Treatment Strategies, you would like to share with others
About the Author: Usman Zafar Paracha is the owner of SayPeople.com. He is Assistant Professor, Pharmacuetics, in Hajvery University, Lahore, Pakistan.
While writing about the “Alternate Cancer Treatment” on SayPeople.com, I found that cancer treatment is present, with little or big impact, in a huge number of natural sources. In further studies, I found the following two sources to be the best among the natural sources of cancer treatment. In the future, I will try to post further compounds with best efficacy against cancer.
I suppose that you will share this article with the people around you, so that one day you would become the hero of a cancer patient.
Milk of the Camel:
Researchers at Arab Biotechnology Company developed a medical formula from the milk and urine of camel for the treatment of leukemia, a blood cancer. They tested the compound on laboratory mice by injecting the drug to the mice for six months and found that the mice remained alive and healthy. That therapeutic strategy was reportedly having smart cells that can target poisonous substances in the cancer cells without any side effects.
Researchers reported that they got 100% positive results against cancer in the mice.
“The medicine, a combination of camel’s milk and urine, has been tested on experimental mice and will be tested on human being,” Abdalla Alnajjar, President of Arab Science and Technology Foundation said.
The experiments began at Sharjah University in United Arab Emirates and completed at the Cancer Institute in Baghdad, Iraq. The new medicine has been registered with the UK Patents Office.
Source: Ashok Saluja
Thunder god vine:
Thunder god vine is a Chinese Plant. It is also known as lei gong teng. This plant has been used in Chinese traditional medicine for a long time for a number of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers have found that a compound from this plant, known as triptolide (synthetic analog Minnelide), completely removes the tumors in the mice with pancreatic cancer. The mice were found free of cancer after 40 days of treatment even after discontinuing the treatment with the compound.
“This drug is just unbelievably potent in killing tumor cells,” Ashok Saluja, vice chairman of research at the center and the study’s leader, said in a telephone interview to Bloomberg. “You could see that every day you looked at those mice, the tumor was decreasing and decreasing, and then just gone.”
Chugh, R., Sangwan, V., Patil, S., Dudeja, V., Dawra, R., Banerjee, S., Schumacher, R., Blazar, B., Georg, G., Vickers, S., & Saluja, A. (2012). A Preclinical Evaluation of Minnelide as a Therapeutic Agent Against Pancreatic Cancer Science Translational Medicine, 4 (156), 156-156 DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3004334