DCA and Cancer Melanoma long-time remission and stabilisation (Case presentation)

A success story based on a recent clinical observational study done in Canada. This time a young man with BRAF-positive, stage III recurrent melanoma, which failed to respond to a handful conventional treatments, managed to control his skin cancer with the help of DCA. Learn more about how he continued living a normal life while experiencing no debilitation.

Potential Glioblastoma cancer cure with the help of DCA

Glioblastoma is known to be an aggressive form of brain cancer with high resistance to cell death and poor response to existing healing methods. All of this leaves us keen on exploring new treatment possibilities.

Healing breast cancer with arsenic trioxide and dichloroacetate

Breast cancer continues to be one of the leading causes of death among women. While someone is looking for a miracle cure, coincidence prevents breast tumours in a region of Chile. Later on, studies prove that dichloroacetate could have a synergistic potential with other substances.

[Video] Global News report on DCA

DCA researchers say their findings are "proof in principle" that this treatment approach works. ‘’That was the biggest challenge in the beginning: no industry support, no clinical applications,” explained Dr. Evangelos Michelakis. Nevertheless, with the generous support of potential donors and the work of the scientific community, anything can happen. Watch the short TV report aired previously in Canada.

Neuroblastoma growth inhibition by Dichloroacetate

For some time it was thought that DCA should most likely be ineffective against neuroblastoma, however, a recent study proved otherwise and its discoveries brought to light relatively unexpected results.

[Video] Khan Hippocrates Lecture on DCA Therapy

Dr. Akbar Khan the medical director at Medicor Cancer Centre gives an excellent lecture on DCA Therapy based on his experience treating patients with Sodium Dichloroacetate.

Sodium dichloroacetate in nature? More than you’ve expected

It's clear that organic, biologically active compounds are associated with various health benefits. Can Sodium dichloroacetate be considered natural ? Or is it just a chemical bi-product of water chlorination ? Let's take a closer look at the origins of DCA.

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