Canadian scientists have found a simple cure for cancer, but large pharmaceutical companies are not interested.
Scientists at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada last week found the cure for cancer. It is a simple method that is based on a fundamental cure. The method includes dikloracetat, which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders. Therefore no concern about possible side effects or other long-term consequences.
The drug does not require patenting so that you can apply any quick and cheap, unlike the expensive drugs for cancer of the large pharmaceutical companies. Canadians dikloracetatot tested it on human cells - and worked!
'I kill' the cancer of lung, breast and brain, while healthy cells remain intact. The drug was tested on rats that suffered from various tumors.
But despite all the good results and the availability of the drug, the big pharmaceutical companies are not interested. Reason - DCA method can not be patented, a patent has no earnings.