Friday, December 7, 2012


Cancer cure is through death of the cancer cell.  To date, the main way of death for the cancer cell
is through Caspase activation cascade.  In most cells, we know how the main way the activation of Caspase occurs.  That is Cytochrome C is naturally anchored at the membrane inside the Mitochondria. The Anchor is in fact a chemical bonding or attachment through electrons, like molecules do attach to each other.  We believe there, Cytochrome C is attached to a Cardiolipin which is part of the lipids of the membrane.  Just imagine another molecule showing up with a free electron, the free electron could attract and pull the one involved in the attachment and break free the Cytochrome C.  That Cytochrome C electron no longer attached comes out and activates the Caspase (mostly Caspase 9 which eventually activates members of its family) and there starts the Caspase its work to coagulate DNA and genes start breaking,  thus leading to cancer cell death.  One of the molecules that produce such disturbing free electrons is Arsenic Trioxide.  This delivery of free electrons by arsenic trioxide is not limited to the mitochondria.   It occurs through the cytosol (liquid milieu of the cell) disrupting many cellular pathways, delivering global intracellular disruption.  ( for those savvy people, do remember that the " breaking" of the anchor could be induced from outside the Mitochondrial membrane through the AKT or Bax effect- this is where Bcl-2 negative effect is the strongest ) arsenic trioxide

This global disruption has been established to treat Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APL)  (by the way, Chinese researchers lead the way on this one).  Frankly speaking, this "Global disruption"can be used in any cancer.  The problem is that it can occur in any cell, including our normal cells.  Giving caution to the amount you use because of a narrow safety index. 

Vitamin C and Microhydrin have also free electron, that is why they can cool down free radicals and therefore are called Anti-Oxydants . The free electrons of these compounds seem to add to those of Arsenic Trioxide to Increase toxicity to the cancer cell.   It is worth mentioning that, at the DNA level, these free electron break the strand, triggering our first law (activation of P53 and stoppage of cell cycle).

3 main problems

1. Good and bad pathways are stopped, mitigating the effects of global destruction.
2. (non selectivity) Good and bad cells are killed. This effect is worse in patients with poor reserve of free electron clearing molecules (Gluthatione based, Superoxide based and others).  (CAUTION TO EVERYONE)
3. Arsenic is hard to get rid of, and chronic exposure signs will result.

But frankly speaking, you can use this to kill any Cancer.  Research will continue at CRBCM no matter what!

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