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Sodium Dichloroacetate Does It Work (pancreatic Cancer) ??

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Sodium Dichloroacetate Does It Work (pancreatic Cancer) ??

Postby Weardhyll » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:42 am

The product is currently in Clinical Trials to test dosage levels, safety, toxicity, side effects, types of cancer that might benefit or not . . . there have been deaths associated with taking this product because it can cause lysis in some cases . . which means the tumors dissolving overwhelm the body too quickly (chemo can do this also) so the product is not without risk and should be administered by medical personnel who can monitor your health should you get into trouble. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lysis

There is a clinic in Canada that will oversee patients using this product if this is the direction you wish to pursue. No one really can tell you if it will work or just be a waste of time . . you should know within a few months though .
if you have that time to spare. http://www.medicorcancer.ca/DCAtherapy.h...

You should not try to self medicate.
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