Cancer’s Cause Cancer’s Cure
Cancer is an illness we all dread simply because it is very difficult to cure. Massive amounts of money have been spent not only trying to find a cure but to help potential victims prevent the disease from occurring in the first place.
Cancer is scary for many reasons. While modern medicine has found ways to combat the disease, standard treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation harm as much as they help for these treatments are not selective—they kill both healthy and cancerous cells thereby causing horrendously painful and debilitating side effects. However, if you or someone you love has cancer, you are very willing to endure just about anything if it means that you get to live. Survival is a powerful motivator, after all.
Beljanski was able to make these discoveries because he constantly asked hard and unpopular questions: Cancer is also something that seems very difficult to understand. It is in fact a growth disorder and not a disease, for at the heart of cancer are cells that have somehow gone haywire. They replicate out of control, and many scientists believe that this rogue behavior is somehow tied to mutations in the cell. How can you control mutations with any kind of medication? You can’t. You can only handle the side-effects.
In the late 1950s, scientists discovered that DNA, one of the two essential acids found in our cells that are the foundation for all biological life, has a unique structure—the double helix which means that it looks like a ladder twisted around itself. That led to ground breaking research on genetics which led to all manner of different studies, cancer included.
In the 1960s, working quietly at his laboratory bench at the esteemed Pasteur Institute of France, Dr. Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D. in Microbiology, was as excited about the doors DNA and its counterpart RNA opened and thus could tell us about diseases. But Dr. Beljanski, not one to give into the French fondness for intellectualizing, did not get along with his boss, Jacques Monod, Ph.D. They disagreed fundamentally about some of the principles of DNA, a disagreement that got Beljanski unceremoniously thrown out of the Institute.
The Pasteur Institute’s loss, however, was humanity’s gain. For Mirko Beljanski went on to discover some fundamental truths about cancerous DNA, and in his search to help humanity overcome this terrible scourge, he also found botanicals that corrected the problem at the level of DNA. In other words, Dr. Mirko Beljanski discovered a highly powerful and scientifically proven agent that kills cancer cells. And not only that, Beljanski found that his botanicals were selective—they only harmed the cancerous cells but didn’t harm healthy cells.
Most surprising of all, though, was the discovery that when combined with standard cancer therapies, the botanicals helped kill cancer cells very effectively—in some studies in mice the kill rate was an unheard of 100 percent!
Beljanski was able to make these discoveries because he constantly asked hard and unpopular questions: was cancer caused by mutations of the DNA or could it be something else? He found the “something else”: environmental carcinogens (cancer-causing substances) do not mutate the DNA, they simply mess with the natural process of DNA replication, causing the DNA and thus the cell to replicate ad infinitum.
There is a way to make this most feared of diseases manageable. The implications of the work of Dr. Mirko Beljanski are enormous. There is a way to effectively kill cancer cells holistically—that is, through an herbal product that has never shown harm to the person who takes it. But the patient has the option of using Dr. Beljanski’s supplements integratively with other cancer treatments which means that they don’t have to be put into the awkward position of an “either/or.”
Integrative cancer therapy is the wave of future cancer treatments, and because of Beljanski’s success in the laboratory as well as the thousands of people in France who, through their doctors, took Beljanski’s botanicals when they were at death’s door but are alive sometimes twenty-five plus years later, American researchers are taking notice. Human clinical trials have been conducted on patients with prostate cancer through the Columbia Center for Holistic Urology with great success. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America also conducted a human clinical trial on another of Beljanski’s formulas that help restore low platelet and white blood cell counts so that those undergoing harsh chemotherapy and radiation are able to continue their treatments without stopping.
There is more research that needs to be done to confirm Dr. Mirko Beljanski’s major breakthroughs in cancer treatments. But it is research that must be done quickly. There is a way to make this most feared of diseases manageable. The war on cancer is winnable, but only if we all band together and demand that the research be done so that everyone who ever hears the dreaded words, “you have cancer” doesn’t feel like they’ve been handed a death sentence.