We have some exciting news to share with you about the battle to combat cancer. A Cleveland State University professor is convinced he’s discovered a cure. And the best medical institutes in the U.S. are confirming his findings.
The breakthrough comes from Professor Michael Kalafatis. He was born in Romania, but raised in France. And he earned his doctorate from The University of Paris. In the next 10 years, he made breakthroughs in blood coagulation and thrombosis research for Vermont University. And he was recognized for his work by the American Heart Association (AHA).
For the last 10 years he’s headed up research for CSU. And it’s there that he stumbled on his cancer “cure”.
He has discovered a compound that he calls CancerX. In test after test it kills cancer cells. But doesn’t harm healthy tissue or cells.
He’s tested his compound in the petri dish. And on lab mice that he injected with human cancer cells. And again and again has found the same result: CancerX shrinks tumors and kills cancer cells.
The next step was submitting the compound for independent testing. So both the Cleveland Clinic and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) ran a series of exhaustive tests on CancerX.
In fact, NIH tested the compound on almost 60 different types of cancer: breast cancer… lung cancer… even prostate cancer. And all the tests came back the same. Cancer cells were killed… without any of the damage of chemo or radiation.
“This definitely has promise,” says Dr. Daniel Lindner. He heads up the Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute and Lerner Research Institute.
He’s convinced that if Kalafatis can get his compound out there… a cure is just years away.
“It’ll take about 10 years in total,” says Dr. Linder. “But there’s been a push to speed that up.”
We’ll bring you more on this in Friday’s Health Watch…
To your health,
Managing Editor, Natural Health Dossier “Health Watch”