New research conducted at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer
Center shows that vitamin A cures as many as 33% of patients with a rare
form of leukemia -- without using chemotherapy. In the study, the
vitamin A was being delivered inside "bubbles of fat" to enhance
bioavailability. Out of 34 patients participating in the trial, an
astonishing 10 remained cancer-free after five years, despite receiving
So what's the real story here? Researchers are
calling this form of vitamin A a "drug," which seems odd, since it's
just vitamin A. Perhaps they don't want to admit that a vitamin is
better than chemotherapy for curing cancer. And this is definitely a
cure -- that term is even being used by the researchers here. To take a
group of cancer patients and watch them remain cancer-free for five
years is nothing short of astonishing, especially since they were only
taking one vitamin. Imagine how well they'd do if they also consumed
chlorella (a strong anti-cancer superfood), spirulina (another superfood
containing phytochemicals known to destroy breast cancer tumors),
graviola (an Amazonian herb known for its powerful ability to destroy
cancer cells), licorice root (a more popular anti-cancer herb) and other
health-promoting foods and supplements. With the help of this collection
of health-promoting substances, the cure rate could have easily risen to
75% or more.
Still, that's just a guess. Organized medicine isn't
really interested in studying things that don't generate profits, and
herbs and superfoods certainly fall into that category. But it is
exciting to see vitamin A having such a dramatic, positive impact on
patients with leukemia who might otherwise be subjected to chemotherapy.
And perhaps someday these researchers will have the courage to admit
that it's a vitamin, not a drug, that's working the healing magic here.
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