I presume that at that point the immune system kills the cancer cells. While they believe it may save one in twelve of the terminally ill patients who turn to it on their death beds, and maybe one in six of the advanced cancer patients who try it as a last hope, when it is given early in the disease process, they feel that it might help almost everyone. Further, anecdotally, even in advanced cancer, X may greatly improve quality of life. Regarding the theory behind this homeopathic medication, Naessens is one of several well-known alternative health researchers who believes a microorganism is involved with cancer. While some consider this microorganism to be a cause of cancer, others simply consider it to be a symptom of cancer. In any case, the attempt to deal with this microorganism leads to the death of the cancer cell.
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Stephen Barrett, M. However, his theories clash with what is known, and no evidence exists that X is effective. CERBE claims that X can be used for prevention as well as for treatment — with 1 to 3 cycles recommended for prevention and a minimum of 6 to 8 cycles for curative purposes.
Naessens provides professional seminars, private courses, and public conferences through the International Academy of Somatidian Orthobiology, which he and his wife founded in Background History In , the American Cancer Society published a detailed report on its investigation of Naessens .
The report stated: Naessens had proposed two treatments for cancer and leukemia. The first called G. The second, called Anablast, attracted worldwide attention in when Naessens used it to treat a 4-year old boy. Although Naessens claimed to have studied biology at the University of Lille, the school records fall to verify this.
In , Naessens was convicted of illegally practicing medicine. Denoix concluded that Naessens was mistaken in the premise on which the serum was based, and that an investigation of cases of cancer and leukemia treated with Anablast bad proved that the serum had no therapeutic value. In every allegedly successful case Denoix was able to investigate, the patient had first received standard therapy.
Soon afterward, Naessens was indicted for practicing medicine and pharmacy illegally . Denoix reported that the particles he had seen were well known by hematologists to be products of red-cell disintegration. He also concluded that microorganisms that Naessens cultivated were the result of secondary contamination of the material studied.
In , two researchers at Ontario Veterinary College concluded that X was ineffective against lymphomas in dogs and cows . FDA officials warned Pixley that X was an unapproved new drug and could not be legally imported or marketed in the United States.
The agency also issued an Import Alert to block its importation . When subsequent investigation revealed that Pixley continued to import and sell X, the FDA warned again and eventually initiated criminal proceedings In , Pixley was found guilty of 18 counts of selling an unapproved drug and was sentenced to one year in prison plus three years of supervised release and hours of community service. He appealed the verdict but lost .
The authorization should not be interpreted to mean that the agency either supports or approves of its use . In , Naessens was tried in Canada for practicing medicine without a license, but the jury acquitted him . References Technical data and injection technique of the X. American Cancer Society. Naessens serum, or Anablast.
Position paper, Medicine et Hygiene , Canadian Health Protection Branch. Issues, Jan 24, , revised March Pixley C.
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And this is so with good reason. For the men of popular fame are busy on popular matters. Roger Bacon c. In paradise, he was bestowed a gift granted to few, one that has allowed him to see far beyond our times and thus to make discoveries that may not properly be recognized until well into the next century. Able to manipulate light in a way still not wholly accountable to physics and optics, this microscope has allowed Naessens a unique view into a "microbeyond" inaccessible to those using state-of-the-art instruments. This lone explorer has thus made an exciting foray into a microscopic world one might believe to be penetrable only by a clairvoyant.
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Stephen Barrett, M. However, his theories clash with what is known, and no evidence exists that X is effective. CERBE claims that X can be used for prevention as well as for treatment — with 1 to 3 cycles recommended for prevention and a minimum of 6 to 8 cycles for curative purposes. Naessens provides professional seminars, private courses, and public conferences through the International Academy of Somatidian Orthobiology, which he and his wife founded in Background History In , the American Cancer Society published a detailed report on its investigation of Naessens . The report stated: Naessens had proposed two treatments for cancer and leukemia.