Cancer and Protocel
This unique, liquid formula is one of the easiest and least expensive alternative approaches to cancer, yet may be one of the most successful. Protocel is non-toxic and, because it is so easy to use, is often ideal for administering to small children or elderly with cancer. It was developed by Jim Sheridan, a chemist, to interfere with the anaerobic (without oxygen) function of cancer cells. The fact that cancer cells obtain their energy primarily through anaerobic means (glycolysis) was proven in the 1930s and 1940s by two-time Nobel Prize-winner, Otto Warburg. Since all healthy cells in the body use aerobic functioning, Protocel leaves healthy cells unharmed. In 1990, the National Cancer Institute tested this formula (under its previous name of Cancell®), and the results showed it to work better than chemotherapy on a large variety of cancer cells lines. A great book to help understand Protocel is Outsmart Your Cancer, the only source in print to present the history, theory, and correct usage of Protocel, and it also presents 16 inspiring testimonials from cancer patients who used it successfully to fight their cancer.
After decades of perfecting his Protocel formula, Sheridan was able to achieve about an 80 percent cure rate on lab animals with cancer. His work was done at various prestigious laboratories including the Detroit Institute of Cancer Research (now called the Michigan Cancer Foundation) from which Sheridan had received a private grant, and the Biosciences Division of the Battelle Institute in Columbus, Ohio.
Between 1978 and 1980, Jim Sheridan was able to get the NCI to run animal tests on his Protocel formula several different times. But, try as he might, he could not get the NCI to administer his formula to the mice according to his instructions. Thus, the NCI kept running the animal tests incorrectly and coming back with negative results. (Which is why their official website currently claims that Protocel doesn’t work.) Finally, in 1990, the National Cancer Institute performed in vitro testing of Sheridan’s Protocel formula on a variety of different cancer cell lines. These tests did not involve animals and they had extremely positive results. To see 9 graphs of the NCI’s official test results, go to Chapter 11 in OUTSMART YOUR CANCER.
Originally, Sheridan called his Protocel formula Entelev, then a slightly modified version of it was named Cancell. From about 1988 to 1992, thousands of bottles of Cancell were given away for free to desperate cancer patients and an extremely high cure rate was achieved. But Sheridan’s efforts to get his Protocel formula scientifically evaluated and approved for mainstream medicine were blocked over and over again by various arms of the cancer industry. Chapter 11 in OUTSMART YOUR CANCER provides all the details of how this amazing and easy cancer cure was suppressed by various tactics of the American Cancer Society, the National Cancer Institute and the FDA.