Experimental Molecular Frequencies for Dichloroacetate - USE AT OWN RISK -
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Chemical Names: Dichloroacetate; Dichloracetate; Dichloroacetate ion; 2,2-dichloroacetate; Dichloroacetic acid ion(1-); 13425-80-4 More...
Molecular Formula: C2HCl2O2-
Molecular Weight: 127.928 g/mol
Dichloroacetate (DCA): This New Drug Appears to Cause Cancer Cells to Self-Destruct.
The first clinical trial, although small, involving patients with brain cancer (glioblastoma) was encouraging, and the results were published in Science of Translational Medicine in 20102 . However, there is still a great deal more work to be done before DCA can be pronounced a safe and effective cancer treatment.
An interesting aspect of DCA is that it's an inexpensive, non-patentable molecule, which makes it of minimal value to pharmaceutical companies that profit by patenting expensive new drugs. Therefore, clinical trials are slow to get going due to lack of funding by Big Pharma. Researchers must await sufficient money to trickle in from government sources and public donations before moving forward.
Tumor tissue was compared before and after DCA treatment in three of the five patients. In all three, there were signs that the tumor growth had slowed, and more cancer cells were undergoing programmed cell death after the treatment with DCA. Unfortunately, one of the five patients died. Another had "debulking" surgery before completing the full course of DCA treatment.
Below are some of the other DCA cancer studies, all within the past five years. (Note that none of these involved human subjects.)
- Endometrial Cancer: DCA causes apoptosis in endometrial cancer cells.10
- Prostate Cancer: DCA produces significant cytotoxic effects in prostate cancer cells11
- Breast Cancer: DCA has anti-proliferative properties against breast cancer cells and caused apoptosis of those cells12
- Colorectal Cancer: DCA reduced colon cancer tumors by 20 to 40 percent13
- Cervical Cancer: Researchers concluded DCA is a quick and effective cure for advanced cervical carcinoma14
DCA's Side Effects Can Be Daunting:
DCA is not a natural agent—it's a chemical produced in the water chlorination process. It's a small molecule, which accounts for one of its major advantages: DCA is easily absorbed by your body and can reach areas other drugs can't, such as your brain, which is why it's of particular interest for treating brain cancers. This, however, can be a two-edged sword, because any compound that easily permeates your brain can exert all sorts of unexpected and worrisome neurological effects.
DCA is a byproduct of another chemical called trichloroethylene (TCE), a volatile organic compound believed to cause cancer. TCE is used mainly as a solvent to remove grease from metal parts, but is also used in adhesives, paint removers, and typewriter correction fluids. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry reports TCE is "reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen" and may cause birth defects. They state TCE may also cause the following17:
- Skin rashes
- Nerve, kidney, and liver damage
- Impaired heart and immune function
When DCA is added to the drinking water of laboratory mice, it causes liver cancer. While DCA may offer hope and a novel approach to treating cancer, it is far from a "miracle cure." Of course, chemotherapy drugs are quite toxic as well!
DCA has been used successfully in children with metabolic disorders, with no signs of toxic poisoning. But adults appear to suffer more adverse effects—especially peripheral neuropathy and encephalopathy, such as the case described in a letter to the editor of the Journal of Neurology18. According to a survey performed by The DCA Site19, there are a fair number of serious side effects reported by those taking DCA, many of them neurological. Research suggests the side effects are at least somewhat dose-dependent, but safe dosing guidelines have not yet been established.
Remote frequencies for Dichloroacetate sub-harmonics 64-87 (24 frequency steps)
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Contact frequencies for Dichloroacetate sub-harmonics 62-87 (26 frequency steps)
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