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Artemisinin -effective cancer treatment

Artemisinin is one of the most interesting treatments for cancer and the right one is good
& very effective.

But if one searches for artemisinin – many, many reports healing & improving

but Looking for cures, none or few.

I believe the cure rate for Artemisinin - is low, probably 5% but these are combined with herbs and other stuff so cure is even lower perhaps 3 or lower to 2%.

The Real cure is the Success story of artemisinin combined chemically or conjugated to
transferrin which is taken up & accumulated into cancer cells and together
with iron, boom, the reaction kills cancer cells just like it kills malaria infection.

This Success is with scientists from the University of WAshington in 2004. But that is several years ago & some obstacle or problem is preventing this treatment from being available.

A big problem is cost - transferrin is expensive. But the cost would be affordable only to the wealthy.

But one company took up & continued the work of the University of Washington team with a slight modifaction & the cost is affordable
They found a way of replacing transferrin , This method targets a protein called vimentin
which accumulates artemisinin into cancers.

What is important is this company solved the cost problem and it works.
I used their stuff and treatment is only 5 courses. The treatment is short since each course is
Minimum of 4 days , so after the first course – the 2nd course and all consecutive courses are at least 4 days thereafter.

The company site is

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