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Aloe Vera: The Books Washington Does Not Want You To Read
 
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Aloe Vera: The Books Washington Does Not Want You To Read


Aloe vera has been proven to be effective in cancer in animals. In fact, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved Aloe vera in 1992 for the treatment of soft tissue cancer in animals as well as feline leukemia.

There is clear scientific evidence that, in vitro, Aloe vera will suppress cancer tumor growth, stimulate immune system response, raise tumor necrosis levels, and promote healthy tissue growth - and countless studies have been published on this subject. For the past thirty years researchers have known that there is significant evidence that Aloe vera is highly effective in fighting cancer. But the FDA, and the major cancer research institutions have not conducted a single test of the efficacy of Aloe vera as a cancer treatment, nor have they even considered it as a complement to conventional therapy. In his assessment of Aloe vera and the treatment of benign and malignant tumors, Dr. Plaskett sums up the frustrations that many Aloe advocates feel: "It is amazing, however, that in view of all of the positive indications which exist for the anti-cancer effects of Aloe vera that no medical studies have been initiated in human cancer."

There is clear evidence that Aloe vera is effective in the treatment of cancer in animals - and it is approved by the USDA for such use. There is clear clinical evidence that Aloe vera is effective in boosting the immune system response in the treatment of AIDS in humans - and it is approved in Europe for such use. There is a large amount of anecdotal evidence that Aloe vera use in humans is effective in boosting the immune system response in the treatment of cancer - both in healing the cancer directly and in enabling the immune system to withstand the onslaughts of radiation and chemotherapy - but providing this information to cancer patients, or supplying them with high quality Aloe vera concentrate is NOT approved by the government. On the contrary, merely providing the information about cancer and the benefits of Aloe vera use can lead to prosecution, as in the case of T-Up, Inc.

The only explanation is that the development of Aloe vera as a treatment, or adjunct to conventional therapy, does not represent a profitable investment for the cancer industry. The pharmaceutical industry cannot patent whole leaf Aloe vera concentrate and without a patent there is no way to reap the immense profits that chemotherapy treatments bring. The National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society are so effectively dominated by the cancer industry business interests, that research projects that do not serve these interests never get the funding necessary for clinical trials. Additionally, the FDA has demonstrated a consistent bias against dietary supplements. And, there is not much prestige for a researcher in the discovery of a cancer treatment that has been used for four thousand years.

Perhaps it is not so amazing after all that although this is such a promising possibility in the search for a cure for cancer, no medical studies have been initiated in human cancer…


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Aloe vera has been proven to be effective in cancer in animals. In fact, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved Aloe vera in 1992 for the treatment of soft tissue cancer in animals as well as feline leukemia.

There is clear scientific evidence that, in vitro, Aloe vera will suppress cancer tumor growth, stimulate immune system response, raise tumor necrosis levels, and promote healthy tissue growth - and countless studies have been published on this subject. For the past thirty years researchers have known that there is significant evidence that Aloe vera is highly effective in fighting cancer. But the FDA, and the major cancer research institutions have not conducted a single test of the efficacy of Aloe vera as a cancer treatment, nor have they even considered it as a complement to conventional therapy. In his assessment of Aloe vera and the treatment of benign and malignant tumors, Dr. Plaskett sums up the frustrations that many Aloe advocates feel: "It is amazing, however, that in view of all of the positive indications which exist for the anti-cancer effects of Aloe vera that no medical studies have been initiated in human cancer."

There is clear evidence that Aloe vera is effective in the treatment of cancer in animals - and it is approved by the USDA for such use. There is clear clinical evidence that Aloe vera is effective in boosting the immune system response in the treatment of AIDS in humans - and it is approved in Europe for such use. There is a large amount of anecdotal evidence that Aloe vera use in humans is effective in boosting the immune system response in the treatment of cancer - both in healing the cancer directly and in enabling the immune system to withstand the onslaughts of radiation and chemotherapy - but providing this information to cancer patients, or supplying them with high quality Aloe vera concentrate is NOT approved by the government. On the contrary, merely providing the information about cancer and the benefits of Aloe vera use can lead to prosecution, as in the case of T-Up, Inc.

The only explanation is that the development of Aloe vera as a treatment, or adjunct to conventional therapy, does not represent a profitable investment for the cancer industry. The pharmaceutical industry cannot patent whole leaf Aloe vera concentrate and without a patent there is no way to reap the immense profits that chemotherapy treatments bring. The National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society are so effectively dominated by the cancer industry business interests, that research projects that do not serve these interests never get the funding necessary for clinical trials. Additionally, the FDA has demonstrated a consistent bias against dietary supplements. And, there is not much prestige for a researcher in the discovery of a cancer treatment that has been used for four thousand years.

Perhaps it is not so amazing after all that although this is such a promising possibility in the search for a cure for cancer, no medical studies have been initiated in human cancer…


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