One of the most widespread “weeds” could now become the most effective cancer treatment available. Dandelions grow across the globe and wreck havoc on people’s landscapes. Consequently, many consider them to be a nuisance. However, new research has proven that dandelion extract fights cancer more effectively than chemotherapy.
Health Canada gave biochemist Siyaram Pandey the green light to begin human clinical trials using dandelion extract to treat terminal cancer patients. Dr. Pandey and his research students at the University of Windsor have had incredible success in the lab treating mice with cancer. The results showed that dandelion root extract caused the cancer cells to “commit suicide,” yet left the healthy cells untouched.
The Dandelion Root Project is dedicated to the memory of Kevin Couvillon. Keven lost a three-year battle with acute myeloid leukemia in 2010. Shortly after his death, his parents made a significant donation to Dr. Pandey’s project.
“We strongly feel that Kevin would want us to continue to fight against cancer so that others would be spared such a cruel fate,” says Donna Couvillon. “Natural medicine allows one’s own immune system to be part of healing process and we wholeheartedly support this endeavour and the excellent research done by this team.”
The clinical trial utilizes extract five times more concentrated than available for over-the-counter purchase. This strength proved to be very successful in mice, killing leukemia, melanoma, and pancreatic cancer cells. The clinical trial began two years ago, accepting a total of 30 patients. Researchers are still gathering data but, so far, seeing excellent results. Understandably, the Couvillons, the medical community, and the world anxiously await the final results from the completed trail.
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