February 7, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

I heard about this one from several people who emailed me this article, and I thought this was important enough to share, in case you haven't heard of it.

Proof that the cancer industry doesn't want a cure - even if it's a pharmaceutical

Of course, rumors cancer cures (and theories about cancer) have been around for decades, from Royal Raymond Rife's and even Dr. Mary Sherman's viral theories of cancer, to genetic theories, to cures based upon this or that drug (remember Laetril?), to cures based on resonant  frequency vibrations of the virus (Rife, Priore) and so on. And of course, in each instance, there are the familiar stories of suppression by big corporations, big pharma, and a corrupt pill-and-chemo-and radiation-addicted medical profession.

The newest cure is dichloroacetate  or DCA. But in this instance, it is not a Mexican clinic peddling laetril, or a lone doctor working with a curious microscope, it is the Universityof Edmonton, and the results, as the article notes, were nothing less than astounding.

"Evangelos Michelakis and the Alberta University research team tested DCA on human cancer cells outside the body and in cancerous mice with profound success. DCA was once used for unusual metabolic disorders. The worst side effects, which rarely occur, include some numbness and an affected gait.

"The mice were fed DCA in water, and in weeks they had remarkable tumor shrinkage. This indicates DCA can be taken orally. DCA works by restoring the cells' mitochondria. Michelakis and his team had discovered that the mitochondria in cancer cells are not permanently damaged and irreparable. This is what mainstream medicine thinks."

There you have it: the latest cure conflicts with a medical dogma that mitochondrial DNA is irreparable. But the real question here is a philosophical one, and it goes to the heart of our corporatized medical industry:

"DCA offers the cancer industry an opportunity to come up with a pharmaceutical cure that is much cheaper and safer than their current standard of care. Yet the cancer industry is ignoring this opportunity. Instead, DCA is a homeless orphan begging for research funds to avoid legal issues with off label use on cancer."

And this:

"The medical mafia has created a matrix that demands big bucks to make big bucks for sick care instead of curing. Everyone in on the scam makes out financially. The cancer industry accuses alternative cancer therapists of quackery and taking advantage of the desperately ill for financial gain. Accusing others of your motives and crimes is called projection."(Emphasis in the original)

What is needed, as is by now evident, is a debate on the relationship of corporations to the public good, and to the science edifice itself. But let's not forget, that while this debate proceeds, people are needlessly dying at the hands of the cancer therapy industry. And we can rest assured, that while the same elites are regulating prohibitions against such therapies for other folks, they are accessing it themselves. We have, in other words, banksters in league with docstors... after all, the meaning of "pharma" comes from a Greek word for sorcery....

See you on the flip side.