The University of Alabama at Birmingham announced on May 30th, at a meeting of the American Society for Clinical Oncology annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, that they had come across a treatment that stops the advance of Glioblastoma multiforme, one of the most dreaded, and most hopeless, diagnoses a doctor can give a patient.
A 100% fatal form of brain cancer, prognosis at diagnosis is a few months of life at best.
Dr. John Fiveash, M.D., an associate professor in the UAB Department of Radiation Oncology and the lead researcher on a new study, demonstrated that their experiments with a new treatment AT-101 stopped new growth of multiforme dead in its tracks.Â It has also shown effectiveness in halting progress of other cancers.
Why won't you ever see it?Â It's a natural substance found in cottonseeds and it's cheap.Â Big pharma and the A.M.A. won't make much from it, so it will be suppressed.