Post by mainframetech Post by Clay
A few years back, scientists at the biotechnology company Amgen set
out to replicate 53 landmark studies that argued for new approaches to
treat cancers using both existing and new molecules. They were able to
replicate the findings of the original research only 11 percent of the
In 2011, Bayer pharmaceuticals reported similar reproduction work. Of
the 67 projects they conducted to rerun experiments (47 of which
involved cancer), only about 25 percent ended with results in line
with the original findings.
Hundreds of studies done with the compound Artemisinin have come up
with the same result. It kills most types of cancer without losing hair,
"Conclusion: This rapid induction of apoptosis in cancer cells after
treatment with DHA indicates that artemisinin and its analogs may be
inexpensive and effective cancer agents."
apoptosis = the death of cells that occurs as a normal and controlled
part of an organism's growth or development.
"Generally, chemotherapy is toxic to both cancer cells and normal cells.
In the case of artemisinin this is not true; only the cancer cells are
damaged. In more than 4000 case studies, no significant toxicity from
artemisinin has been found, which makes it far different than conventional chemotherapy."
And on and on.