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Today, the future of cancer treatment and the chances of survival look more promising than ever. There’s a healing tree that grows deep within the Amazon rain forest in South America that could literally change how you, your doctor, and possibly the rest of the world think about curing cancer. With extracts from this powerful tree, it may now be possible to…
- conquer cancer safely and effectively with an all-natural therapy that doesn’t cause extreme nausea, weight loss, and hair loss
- protect your immune system and evade deadly infections
- feel strong and healthy throughout the course of treatment
- boost your energy and improve your outlook on life
Through a series of confidential communications involving a researcher from one of America’s largest pharmaceutical companies, this ancient tree’s anticancerous properties have recently come to light. Although not yet tested in human trials, the tree has been studied in more than 20 laboratory tests since the 1970s, where it’s been shown to:
- effectively target and kill malignant cells in 12 different types of cancer, including colon, breast, prostate, lung, and pancreatic cancer
- be 10,000 times stronger in killing colon cancer cells than Adriamycin, a commonly used chemotherapeutic drug
- selectively hunt down and kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells, unlike chemotherapy.
So why isn’t every health publication extolling the benefits of this treatment? Why hasn’t it been made widely available throughout the natural-medicine community? And, if it’s only half as promising as it appears to be, why isn’t every oncologist at every major hospital insisting on using it on all his patients? Especially when you consider that since the early 1990s, extensive independent research–including research by one of today’s leading drug companies and by the National Cancer Institute–confirms that the tree’s chemical extracts attack and destroy cancer cells with lethal precision.
Graviola is 10,000 times stronger in killing colon cancer
than Adriamycin, a commonly used chemotherapeutic drug.