They Find A Cure For Cancer, But They Can Not Sell HerSunday 29th of January 2012 10:33:13 PM
Canadian researchers manage to cure cancer using dicloroacetato, however, this substance does not require patent, so it does not represent business for Big Pharma and could be blocked
Researchers at the University of Alberta have managed to cure cancer using a drug called dicloroacetato, however, as this substance does not require patent and is cheap in comparison to medications used to combat cancer by the large pharmaceutical is research has not received much support, nor is echoing in the media, perhaps blocked by the same pharmaceutical.
Canadian scientists tested the dicloroacetato in human cells and noticed that it kills cancer cells in the lungs, the brain and chest, leaving only the healthy cells. In rats with severe tumors cells cowered to be fed with water with this substance.
The dicloroacetato detonates an action in mitochondria so this ends up in a natural way with the cancer cells (traditionally focuses on Glycolysis to fight it).
Dr Michelakis of the University of Alberta was concerned not to find funds to clinical with dicloroacetato since it would not make strong gains to investors private when not be patented.
This fits exactly with what said the prize Nobel of medicine Richard j. Roberts in this interview about how drugs that cure are not profitable and therefore are not developed by drug companies who develop instead Yes drugs cronificadores which are consumed in a serialized manner.
My opinion: everything in this world revolves to the rededorthe money is ending little gain that can stop a medication that could save thousands of lives, blocking your access, a major disappointment.