The fascinating link between
crime scenes and cancer patients
If you’re one of thousands of folks who search for information on alternative cancer treatments, you may have run across a treatment called Galavit®.
Bach Pharma, Inc. of Andover, Massachusetts holds the rights to this medication. But its anti-cancer potential was first explored in laboratories halfway ’round the world.
This is not a “natural” treatment — it’s a drug that’s accepted in many European countries and may be on its way to winning approval in the U.S. I think this is one you may want to know about. . .scroll down for more.
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Here’s what we’ve been able to learn
about this potential cancer cure…
Just what IS Galavit?
Galavit is derived from compounds known as phthalazine diones. One of its main substances is amino-tetrahydrophthalazine—the same component in the product Luminol used by crime scene investigators to detect traces of blood.
Typically, Galavit is a white or light yellow crystalline powder that is dissolved in saline solution or water to produce an injectable form.
Where did it come from?
An article in the Spring 2009 Johns Hopkins Memory Bulletin1 said the history of this drug can be traced to the 1960s Soviet space program. The first Russian cosmonauts traveled through space in capsules that did not provide proper safeguards against radiation.
Doctors noticed that many of these space pioneers developed serious health problems from radiation exposure, such as leukemia, lymphoma and skin cancers. As the cosmonauts’ medical problems became more pronounced, the military dedicated itself to finding an effective treatment.
After investigating thousands of potential treatments, they settled on Galavit, or GVT. The Russian doctors determined that Galvit could be used to:
1. Complement and improve results of traditional cancer treatments (surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy);
2. Decrease side effects of therapy;
3. Increase quality of life;
4. Serve as an efficient immune modulator; and
5. Provide anti-inflammatory relief for a variety of diseases.
What are some common uses?
In Russia, Galavit has been prescribed to treat a wide range of chronic inflammatory diseases. These include illnesses with an autoimmune component—such as Crohn’s disease, liver diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcers and ulcerative colitis.
Doctors have also used Galavit to treat immune deficiencies arising as side effects of radiation and chemotherapy.
You should know that Galavit suffered some bad press related to its use as a cancer treatment in a clinic in Bad Karlshafen, Germany. In the summer of 2000, some doctors there declared that the drug could CURE cancer. Desperate cancer patients came from around the globe in hopes of experiencing miracle healing from this Russian wonder drug.
The clinic charged upward of $13,000 for treatments valued at less than $500! (To be fair, I’m not sure that practice differs much from what we see in conventional medicine.)
Sadly, the inflated promises rang hollow as all of the patients eventually died. Three people who ran the clinic were sentenced to serve three to seven years in jail for making fraudulent claims about the drug.
But despite this bungled attempt to profit from the misfortunes of others, many well-intentioned researchers still believed in the drug’s potential to help fight disease—including Bach Pharma.
When they acquired rights to the drug, they renamed it MSL (monosodium luminol) and began a series of laboratory studies to validate research previously started in Russia and Germany.
Are there any scientific studies to prove that it’s safe and it works?
Russian researchers conducted two clinical trials with Galavit on non-cancer patients. In one study, Larina et alia2 examined the immune status of 28 patients who experienced narrowing of the trachea due to scar tissue (cicatricial stenosis).
When the patients received Galavit before and after operations, doctors noted an increase in levels of T-helper and natural killer cells — both are important immune system cells. The patients’ white blood cells (neutrophils) also stepped up their rate for digesting and killing harmful bacteria.
In the second study, Maev et alia3 examined 95 patients suffering from severe inflammation of the stomach lining (chronic gastric erosions). After triad therapy eliminated erosions in 80% of patients, doctors administered Galavit therapy and noticed that patients experienced a significant improvement in blood flow.
The Bach Pharma website states the safety of MSL-based products has been clearly established by clinical trials and over 20+ years of use outside of the United States. Also, the original licensed compound has been registered and approved for commercial human use and sale in seven European countries through Bach Pharma, Inc.
What are future plans for Galavit/MSL?
Bach Pharma intends to file an initial investigational drug application (IND) for treatment of children with ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T). This rare neurological disorder is caused by a gene deficiency. An institutional review board approval has already been obtained for the use of MSL® in a US clinical trial in A-T patients and the company intends to begin the trials shortly.
Bach is also making final preparations for a program with Harvard Medical School and Children’s Hospital Boston to conduct A-T clinical trials through a multi-university program in the United States, and possibly in Europe. Additional clinical trial protocols are currently in development and under review.
So while it might be a stretch to call Galavit/ MSL a cancer ‘cure’—it’s no exaggeration to say the product shows significant potential as a complementary treatment.
So if all goes well, a version of the same white powder that helps unmask violent crimes could also help solve baffling health mysteries too!