The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer: One solution to the medical enigma of our time
Nicholas Gonzales M.D.
This groundbreaking analysis reveals how more than 100 years ago, the English scientist Dr. John Beard uncovered not only the likely origins of cancer but also its solution, the use of pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment. As a research embryologist, he proposed that the early mammalian placenta, or trophoblast connection between the embryo and the maternal uterine blood supply represents an ideal model for the study of malignancy. In its ability to divide rapidly, invade maternal tissues, and generate a blood supply, the trophoblast, Beard reasoned, behaves as any growing tumor might. Beard then proposed that since pancreatic enzymes regulate trophoblast growth, they must be our main defense against cancer. Subsequently, in animal experiments and in human cancer patients, Beard found pancreatic enzymes could attack and destroy cancerous tumors.
[ISBN:9780982196502 – 220 Pages – Paperback – 10×7 – Pub:2009]
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