Researchers can cure cancer (but unfortunately not profitable for pharmaceutical)

Canadian researchers achieved using dichloroacetate cure cancer, however, this patent does not require substance which is not to big business and could be blocked Pharma

Researchers at the University of Alberta have been able to cure cancer using a drug called dichloroacetate, however, as this substance does not require a patent and is cheap compared with drugs used to fight cancer by Big Pharma's research has not received much support nor is echoing in the media, perhaps by the same pharmaceutical bloqueda.

Canadian scientists tested dichloroacetate in human cells and noted that kills cancer cells in the lungs, brain and chest, leaving healthy cells alone. In rats with severe their cells shrank tumors when fed water with it.

Dichloroacetate triggers an action in the mitochondria to this end naturally with cancer cells (traditionally focuses on glycolysis for combat).

Dr Michelakis of the University of Alberta was concerned not find funds for clinical trials because they do not represent dichloroacetate strong gains for private investors to not be patented.

This fits exactly with what he said the Nobel Prize in Medicine Richard J. Roberts in this interview about how the drugs that cure are not profitable and therefore are not developed by the pharmaceutical drug developers instead cronificadores itself to be consumed in serialized form.

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