The Fundamentals

The term "cancer" is a broad, generic term used to describe an estimated 200 different kinds of malignant growths, or "neoplasms." "Cancer" means "crab" in Latin (earlier, from the Greek word "karkinos") and the term describes the great veins or tentacle-like structures that surround these growths, which appeared to the ancients to look like the claws of a crab.
Most cancers fall into one of four categories: (1) Epithelioma, or " epithelial cancer," (also known as "carcinomas") in which there is no trabecular framework, (2) " Scirrhous" or hard cancer, where the framework is dominant, and the tumor has a hard consistency which tends to grow slower, (3) Colloid cancer, where the cancerous structure is gelatinous, and (4) "Encephaloid," also known as "medullary" or soft cancer, where the cellular structure predominates, the tumor is soft, fast-growing, and often ulcerated.
Two other common terms used to describe cancers are sarcomas, which come from mesenchymal tissue; and leukemias, which are also considered malignant growths.
There are four characteristics that separate cancer from normal cells:
(1) Clonality - cancer cells originate from genetic changes in a single cell, which then multiplies to form a clone of malignant cells. (2) Autonomy: Cancerous growth is not controlled or regulated by the normal biochemical and physical forces present in the body, (3) Metastatis - Cancer cells are able to grow in the parts of the body other than their site of origin. The process by which normal cells develop into cancer cells is called "malignant transformation," and (4) Anaplasia - The abnormally growing cells do not develop into normal cells similar to the one from which the clone arose.

SYMPTOMS: Warning signs for cancer have been grouped together to form the seven-letter acronym C-A-U-T-I-O-N.
(1) Change in bowel or bladder habits;
(2) A sore that does not heal;
(3) Unusual bleeding or discharge;
(4) Thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere;
(5) Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing;
(6) Obvious change in a wart or mole;
(7) Nagging cough or hoarseness.

If any of these warning signs manifests, you should seek your physician's attention as soon as possible.

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C ancer is an area of great interest to us and defined our early work (our original domain name, "," short for "Alternative Cancer (Approaches)," is still the most widely used address for Alpha Omega Labs to this day.
The proliferation of effective, alternative cancer therapies (including some by Alpha Omega Labs) that have been successfully suppressed for over a century led to the founding of our company - which operates in Ecuador - where the motivations to squelch useful therapies are greatly mitigated.
Some points of shared belief between ourselves and the orthodox community are worth mentioning: (1) cancer is easier to prevent than to cure, (2) early detection is greatly adviseable, (3) don't wait to take action, (4) diagnostic tools (particularly the newer blood antigen tests for uterine, breast, and prostate cancer) are very valuable, particularly because they provide positive indications in the symptomless stages.
We radically disagree with most current orthodox therapies, particularly most chemo, radiation, and even some surgical protocols - that form the basis of cancer treatment in the West. Our belief is that 100 years from now, physicians will regard these therapies as we now regard the more aggressive bloodletting techniques used in medieval medicine. These therapies, with their poor success rates and outrageous cost, live on and survive not because they work, but because they are highly profitable and they feed a $200 billion a year industry that is too politically powerful to either rein in or hold accountable.
For those of us who possess the advanced tools, we know that cancer treatment is not so much a medical challenge, as it is a political disease.
We cannot claim to have discovered a "cure for cancer." What we can do is provide nutritional "support products" for our customers and then offer our extremely liberal moneyback guarantee. Stated in a nutshell, it is this: either the product WORKS for you, or you have a right to demand, and get, your purchase cheerfully refunded. We can provide no greater assurance than this.
Our most popular products in connection with cancer are: (1) Cansema Black Topical Salve, for skin cancer; (2) Cansema Capsules, which are taken orally (systemically); (3) Cansema Tonic I, an escharotic -- essentially Cansema Salve in liquid form; (4) Cansema Tonic III, which is far easier to take the Cansema I, but not as aggressive; (5) CanSupport, an internal support line, divided by cancer type; (6) HRx -- a product for alkalizing the non-serous body fluids and creating a hostile environment for growing cancers (results can be monitored using our pH strips); (7) our electronic anti-microbial blood purifier, the Microbe Electrifier. (For info on how it affects every type of cancer click here.)

Not everyone reports back favorably -- to be anticipated, since so many of our cases are advanced Stage IV that came to us after conventional medicine had turned them away. (We have a return rate under our warranty of about 0.7%, or well under one percent.) But, as our testimonial pages do attest, our products (both those that we manufacture and those which we acquire from others) are considered invaluable by the vast majority of people who have used them.

To U.S. Users: None of the products mentioned on this page have been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Therefore, none of them are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The material on this page is for educational and research purposes only.

Note: This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the use of a qualified health care professional. We strongly recommend the use of a physician for the diagnostic phase of any treatment. With an accurate diagnosis in hand, we believe the consumer, at that point, has a basic, unalienable right to seek out factual information on all therapeutic approaches, both orthodox and alternative, and choose those approach(es) that are right for them. Nonetheless, a "good doctor" should be considered a requisite starting point.

Your regular physician can diagnose cancer using several conventional techniques, most of which are effective: (1) biopsy, (2) radiography, (3) X-ray, or other devices, which can be used to visualize hollow organs, (4) computed tomography, or "CT," (5) mammography, (6) cytological techniques, such as the Papanicolaou stain or test, (7) ultrasound, and (8) palpation for growths.

The factors that cause cancer are as varied as the types they produce. They include cancer-causing chemicals (or "carcinogenic"), microbes (certain viruses, or even bacteria), physical agents such as ionizing radiation and ultraviolet light, even some cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs, which, ironically, are administered to fight cancer. Lifestyle factors that can contribute include dietary high-fat, low-fiber intake, regular tobacco usage, and excessive exposure to sunlight. Lastly, genetic predisposition has been shown in certain types, particularly breast cancer, so one should be aware of his or her family history for cancer as a possible guide or emphasis in getting regular checkups for diagnostic purposes.

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