Cure for cancer = DCA?
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'This site is to help inform people of the exciting research done on DCA by scientists at the University of Alberta. In January 2007, a team of scientists at the University of Alberta published a paper in the scientific journal, Cancer Cell, describing the discovery that a simple, cheap molecule, DCA, worked to reactivate the apoptosis mechanism of cancer cells, causing rapid shrinkage of tumors in rats. Mitochondrial reactivation represents an entirely new approach to treating cancer.
The tumors shrank 70% in three weeks.
DCA is not patentable as a molecule. There is no incentive for private companies to spend the millions of dollars needed to get DCA approved as a cancer treatment by the FDA. This is where we, all of us, need to step in. We intend for TheDCAsite.com to be the meeting place, for the world, where all the important information on DCA is gathered and shared. '
TL;DR, theres some cheap pre-existing chemical that causes cancer cells to 'turn back on' and kill themselves, large companies not interested as it's not patentable so no huge amounts of cash to be raised.
So, what do we think cadred? Potential cure for some forms of cancer or more conspiracy internet crap that gets spread around by people desperate for hope?
Apologies if this is old news, I'd never heard of it before and it kept me interested for the last half hour or so.
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