Recently, a local New York newspaper, “AM New York” featured a full-page advertisement for the Lustgarten Foundation, which together with Cablevision (cable TV), claims to support pancreatic cancer research (curePC.org).
Seeing this made me consider sending them a file with the results of a recent study by Kansas University. The findings of this study done on extracts of Pao Pereira and Rauwolfia Vomitoria on pancreatic and ovarian cancer cell conducted with the financial support of the Beljanski Foundation, were published in the BMC journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine in 2012. (June 12, 2012).
The abstract submitted by Dr. Yu J, J Drisko and Chen Q indicates that:
- The two plant extracts of Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria serve to neutralize cancer cells (independant of chemotherapy), even ones resistant to antimiotics (cases in which chemotherapy is considered ineffective).
- The healthy cells remained undamaged, thus demonstrating the safety of the plant extracts prepared and examined with the Beljanski method.
- The research team also studied the behavior of the extracts when combined with chemotherapy. The synergy of action first demonstrated by Mirko Beljanski during his work as a researcher, has again been confirmed on both pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells.
Since these results are extremely promising, new and coming from a renown institution, we will soon see if the media is interested in working for the common good by promoting research based on natural products, or cares only for further subsidizing the research departments of pharmaceutical companies. All too often the generous contributions of people that want to help are used to fund studies and patents for synthetic and often toxic molecules, while at the same time generating big profits for those involved.
Couple of years back, I was contacted by a foundation claiming to support research against autism. I sent them some observations of a physician who noticed a significant improvement in the condition of autistic children whom she had recommended the elimination of gluten, lactose and sugar from their diet combined with the removal of heavy metals and supplementation with Pao Pereira, Omega 3 and Beljanski RNA fragments. According to the doctor, in only a few weeks the improvement was spectacular, especially given the relatively low cost of the treatment. I believed that results like these should immediately draw attention of an autism research foundation….. and I was wrong! After receiving a polite little note acknowledging the receipt of the file and saying that my email is very interesting and will receive full consideration… complete silence. I have received nothing from the foundation, except further requests for financial support, and not even one report on the research that the money is supposedly being spent on.
With the Beljanski Foundation, you know the money you contribute goes to funding life-saving research. You can read the results of the studies published by Columbia University, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), or Kansas University yourself. The donations made in France, with CIRIS, or USA, with the Beljanski Foundation, Inc., are tax deductible in those countries, so you also know you will receive the maximum deduction possible, while at the same time supporting an important cause.
Personally, whenever I am approached by a charity asking me for money, I always ask them where are their results and publications and explain why I choose to give to the Beljanski Foundation.
Believe me, it quickly gets annoying for them!