Oncologists Accidental Discovery – The Juice That Kills Cancer
Cancer kills millions of people annually, and scientists haven’t been able to find a cure yet. However, there are many natural remedies that are giving hope to cancer patients around the world, and the latest comes from the University of Windsor from Canada.
Recently, a group of Canadian scientists discovered that there’s an effective herb that can kill cancer naturally and without side-effects in just 2 days! Terrific news come from the University of Windsor, where scientists have been examining the effects of dandelion against cancer since 2009.
Pamela Ovadje, a post-doctoral candidate at the University of Windsor, explains how the project started. “One oncologist who worked with us, told us the incredible improvement in a patient’s daily drinking tea from dandelion root. We immediately started to investigate this tea to see how other patients react to it, but we were pretty skeptical. I thought that dandelion grows everywhere, and if at all there is something good in it, people would have long ago discovered. Since we started this project, we were able to get out of dandelion root extract and apply it to different types of human cancer in the laboratory. In the laboratory, we observed its effectiveness against leukemia cells, colon cancer and pancreatic cancer, and chronic myelomonocytic leukemia. We’ve found that dandelion root is very strong effect on them without damaging healthy cells.
Moreover, studies have confirmed the efficacy in mice transplanted human cancer cells,” she says, and continues to say how the team of scientists is excited by the progress.
The extract works by inducing apoptosis in the cancer cells, which effectively tells them to self-destruct. It is completely cytotoxic, which means that it won’t harm healthy cells in the process, and it probably the most powerful natural cure for cancer science has ever come to.
At the moment, the remedy is in the first stage of human trials for treatment of leukemia and lymphoma. One of the leaders on the project, Dr. SciaraPandi, says that the results are very promising.