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Immune System Quirk Protects Some People from Cancer – May Hold Hope of a Cure for All

By Lee Euler / July 26, 2015

In 1999, Dr. Zheng Cui was in the middle of studying how mice produced antibodies in the presence of cancer.

But one mouse just wouldn’t grow a tumor for him to study. Did he miss that mouse during his rounds? Was it a mistake?

Dr. Cui kept increasing the dose of cancer-causing injections … until he’d given the animal one million times the lethal dose.

Still no tumor. The reason why could save your life. . .keep reading. . .

Continued below…

Breast Cancer Survivor was told:
“You’ll be dead in a year”
(Pssst!! That was 12 years ago!)

Doctors didn’t give Wiltrude much hope when they diagnosed her with cancer in the year 2000. Wiltrude, a German psychologist, never thought cancer would happen to her. But it did. And it came as a big shock.

One doctor told her, “You’ll be dead in a year.” Late stage breast cancer is virtually incurable using conventional treatments. Even M.D.s admit it. They talk about “buying you more time.” (Don’t count on it. The evidence shows you’re better off doing nothing than chemo.)

When Wiltrude told her doctor she was going to try alternative treatments, he said, “You are committing suicide with what you’re doing.” But she was determined to find a way to beat her cancer.

Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, this European woman came across a book by my good friend Bill Henderson, one of the smartest and wisest people I know when it comes to cancer treatment.

She tried Bill’s top, number one recommendation — a gentle treatment you can do at home for just $5.15 a day. What’s more, the cost goes down to $3.50 after six weeks because you just need a maintenance dose. And it even tastes good.

Not only has Wiltrude passed the five-year cancer survival mark, she’s survived for 12 years. We just interviewed her recently for this publication. The radiologist who tests her every year told her, “You’re the only one with this kind of result.”

You can find out more about Bill’s proven cancer treatment plan if you click here.

When I ask him about some of the treatments that top alternative doctors use, Bill sort of shrugs and says, “They’re fine, but why bother? My treatment works, you can do it yourself, and it costs practically nothing.”

He’s coached thousands of cancer patients with all different types and stages of cancer. Most of the people who follow the detailed, specific plan in this Special Report get over their cancer and live for years.

“Almost any kind of cancer is reversible,” says Bill. “I never give up on anyone.”

Click here to learn more about Bill’s amazing cancer protocol.

Dr. Cui decided this mouse was far more interesting than his antibody study. He dropped everything to figure out what made this mouse so special … and so resistant to cancer.

What he found has led to a decade and a half of research and clinical trials … and — potentially — to a truly non-toxic cancer treatment that could change how we fight cancer forever.

Granulocytes: The immune system’s solution for cancer

You’re probably familiar with white blood cells and their role in the immune system. “White blood cells,” or leukocytes, are responsible for helping your body fight off bacteria, parasites, viruses, and infections … and generally keeping you healthy.

Several studies since 1999 — and many anecdotal stories — indicate that there’s one “super” white blood cell that can break down tumors like a champ.
This hypothesis started with Dr. Cui and his mouse.1

After looking further into the literature and collaborating with a leading cancer researcher, Lloyd J. Old, they tried a new experiment.

Dr. Cui gave mice that were prone to cancer the white blood cells from the cancer-resistant mouse. Lo and behold, the tumors in those mice withered away as well.2

It was thanks to the largest class of white blood cells — called granulocytes.

Like all white blood cells, granulocytes are created in your bone marrow from stem cells. And, like other immune cells, granulocytes are on patrol to fight infections waiting to happen. They’re even known to digest bacteria we take in from food.

What makes them so unique and powerful is their “granules.” Under a microscope, granulocytes appear to have tiny balloons or “grains of sand” in their membranes.

These balloons contain a variety of molecules that serve many different immune functions. They contain such things as histamine and a vasodilator that brings blood to the site of infection.

Their granules also contain what is essentially bleach that blasts open bacteria on sight.

That’s what makes them super-cells … and makes them tumor-killers, too, as we’ll soon see.

Granulocyte production differs from person to person

So, if everyone has white blood cells (including granulocytes), why aren’t we all cancer-resistant?

Dr. Cui and his associates discovered that granulocyte levels in humans, like those in mice, not only differ from person to person, but they also differ in strength.

Older people tend to have lower levels and weaker cells, while younger people have stronger granulocytes and more of them.

But, levels can even vary depending on the season.

Eventually, Dr. Cui was able to determine that 10-15% of people have granulocytes that make them virtually resistant to cancer … and some people had granulocytes up to 50x more powerful than others.3

Most importantly, he discovered these super-cells could be harvested from donors and safely transfused into cancer patients’ blood to fight tumors for them.

He called it “transferable anticancer immunity.”2

The concept quickly gained momentum, and in 2008 Dr. Cui got FDA approval to move forward with a clinical trial.

But the economy crashed and budgets were slashed, including those of the NIH and Wake Forest University, the institutions that were supporting his work. The trial was cancelled abruptly.4

On top of this setback, Dr. Cui’s wife was diagnosed with stage IV squamous cell carcinoma. She was given months to live.

Thankfully, Dr. Cui had set up a second trial site in China and planned to take her there. As of early 2014, she was stable without any other treatment … and the success stories don’t stop there.5

Anecdotal stories from Dr. Alexander Payne and the Nova Cell Institute in Mexico speak of similar success, combining donor granulocytes with umbilical cord stem cells.

One prostate cancer patient was given two weeks of the treatment, combined with a diet and supplement program. Just eight months later, his U.S. oncologist declared his cancer was in full remission.

Two other men with metastatic prostate cancer found partial remission–to the point of being able to resume normal life without pain medication.

The clinic also wrote that, in 2012, many other patients suffering from advanced and terminal cancers had been treated and had found rapid tumor shrinkage.6

Funding from Life Extension and serious clinical trials

More recently, the South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute, under the direction of Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj, received $200,000 in funding from the Life Extension Foundation to pick up where Dr. Cui left off.

The trial received FDA approval under rules governing investigational new drugs and is testing granulocytes from healthy young donors in patients with advanced-stage cancer.

With these transfusions, the patients are essentially “rebuilding” their damaged immune systems … and, hopefully, beating cancer while they’re at it.

Though it’s too early to report results, Dr. Maharaj is hopeful. The trial is expected to be complete in December 2018.7

I will send you an update when this exciting research is finished and we finally get to see the results of nearly two decades of work in human trials.

An effective, non-toxic cancer treatment may be on the horizon yet.

While we wait for this miracle, there are plenty of things we can do right now to protect ourselves from cancer. In the last issue, I wrote about a good one – a healthy tea. If you missed it, the article runs again just below this.

References for “Immune System Quirk”::

1 The winding road to the discovery of SR/CR mice
http://archive.cancerimmunity.org/v3p14/031016.pdf
2 Transferable anticancer innate immunity in spontaneous regression/complete resistance mice
http://www.pnas.org/content/103/20/7753.full
3 Prognostic significance of disseminated tumor cells as detected by quantitative real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction in patients with breast cancer.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16800974
4 Donor white blood cell infusion in treating patients with metastatic or unresectable cancer.
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/study/NCT00607802?term=leukocyte+infusion+therapy+for+cancer
5 The mouse that wouldn’t die
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mary-manning-cleveland/the-mouse-that-wouldnt-di_b_5472369.html
6 Donor granulocyte-based treatment saving end-stage cancer patients
http://www.novacellsinstitute.com/articles/Donor%20Granulocyte-based%20Treatment%20Saving%20End-Stage%20Cancer%20Patients-May-20-2012.pdf
7 Life Extension is funding study of therapy that cured cancer in 100% of mice
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00900497
About the author

Lee Euler

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