Could the answer to successfully fighting cancer be hiding in your garden?

In the years since Dr. Bill Cham’s first book The Eggplant Cancer Cure (2007) was published, evidence has continued to accumulate that his discovery – natural substances found in the Australian Devil’s Apple plant (Solanum linnaeanum), and eggplant [aubergine] – can successfully help fight cancer: without surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.

Dr. Cham honoured me by asking me to write a foreword to The Eggplant Cancer Cure.

Part of it read this way: Perfection or near-perfection is rare in any area of medicine. Dr. Bill Cham has achieved it in the treatment of two common cancers, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Dr. Cham’s treatment also eliminates actinic keratosis, a usually benign (but potentially malignant) skin condition of middle ages or older.

What’s near-perfection? A treatment that:

  Works nearly every time

  Is incredibly simple to use

  Has no adverse side effects

  Is inexpensive compared with other treatments

Even better, for those who want to know “how does it work”, this book tells us exactly how. The explanation is simple, easy to understand, and yet scientifically elegant, a molecular ballet.

Here’s the explanation in one line of simple English: Dr. Cham has found substances which can penetrate and kill skin cancer cells but can’t penetrate normal skin cells, so normal skin cells are untouched and unhurt while the skin cancer cells die! (Those who want the full technical explanation will find it – again, in simple English – in the following pages.)

What you’re about to read is absolutely breathtaking. You’ll read about relatively small squamous and basal cell cancers disappearing in just 12 to 16 weeks. You’ll see large, neglected cancers as large as 2 by 3 inches first get bigger as cancer cells “beneath the surface” die, and then reverse course and slowly heal over the next few months. Surgical treatment of such large skin cancers is almost always disfiguring, and sometimes not correctable with plastic surgery. Dr. Cham’s treatment enables healing of even the largest cancers with minimal if any disfigurement and normal function of the treated area is unaffected or restored.

Natural substance could help fight different types of cancer

In The Eggplant Cancer Cure, the major focus was on successfully fighting skin cancer, safely and effectively, with these natural substances, since named Curaderm BEC5. Who would have believed that the reach of this treatment would go so much further one day, becoming a potential breakthrough for dozens of different types of cancers?

The subtitle of The Eggplant Cancer Cure hinted at this possibility. It read: “A Treatment for Skin Cancer and New Hope for Other Cancers From Nature’s Pharmacy.” But The Eggplant Cancer Cure itself put little emphasis on other cancers, so what could that mean? For the answer, let’s focus on a sentence from the foreword reprinted above – but with one word missing:

Dr. Cham has found substances which can penetrate and kill cancer cells but can’t penetrate normal cells, so normal cells are untouched and unhurt while the cancer cells die!

BEC penetrates cancer cells causing them to commit suicide

The word that’s missing is ‘skin.’ Years ago, Dr. Cham also discovered that the same membrane change that occurs in skin cancer cells occurs in the membranes of all other cancer cells he examined. That means that if those skin-cancer-fighting natural substances (BEC) are introduced to other types of cancer cells, they will penetrate them too, causing them to also commit suicide, just like skin cancer cells do. And any nearby normal tissue, without that membrane change, will not be harmed.

BEC targets cancer cells leaving normal cells unharmed

The title of his data summary for this research was: “[Cell culture] studies using a wide spectrum of human cancers determined that BEC could selectively kill cancer cells without harming normal cells.” The data demonstrated that cells of ovarian cancer, Wilm’s tumour, mesodermal cancer, Merkel cell carcinoma, choriocarcinoma, colon cancer, bladder cancer, breast cancer – as well as squamous cancer and melanoma – were killed off in degrees varying from 17% to 100% with relatively tiny doses (1mcg to 10mcg per millilitre) of BEC. Normal, non-cancerous bone marrow cells growing in the same cell cultures were not harmed until the very highest 09 BEC dose was used (much more than needed to kill cancer cells), and even then only 5% to 6% of those were harmed. Dr. Cham tells me that adjusting the frequency and amount of the BEC dose allows the killing of cancer cells without harming normal, non-cancerous cells.

Another data summary showed the cancer-killing capabilities in live mice with terminal cancer, this time sarcoma. Sarcomas can originate in bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, or bone marrow. Sarcoma is relatively rare in humans, making up 1% or less of all human cancers. But sarcoma is more common in children, with estimates ranging up to 15% of childhood cancers. When sarcoma has severely metastasized, it’s considered terminal, and the five year survival rate is estimated at only 10% to 15%.

92% of mice given 3 or 4 doses were treated successfully!

One group of mice with terminal sarcoma was given no BEC at all, a second group was given one dose of BEC, a third group was given two doses of BEC, a fourth group received three doses, and a fifth and final group was given four doses. None of the mice in the first two groups (zero and one dose of BEC) survived, but 42% of the mice receiving two doses overcame their terminal sarcoma. Even better, 92% of the mice given three or four BEC doses were successfully treated!

A more recent review article by Dr. Cham tells us that BEC… and its individual components… have been shown to be effective in inducing apoptosis [cell death] in cancer cells of these types: colon, liver, lung, stomach, pancreas, kidney, uterus, ovary, prostate, breast and skin, as well as leukaemia, mesothelioma, glioblastoma, astrocytoma, melanoma, osteosarcoma and Ehrlich carcinomas.1 The article also tells us that – unlike what happens with currently used, unnatural chemotherapeutic agents – cancer cells don’t become resistant to BEC.

Let’s stop here with the research that supports the use of BEC for treating many other types of cancers beyond skin. As revolutionary as these findings are, Dr. Cham’s soon-to-be-published new book (Inspired by Nature, Proven by Science) goes into much greater detail on the subject than I can possibly cover here.

As Dr. Cham’s new book will show you in precise scientific detail, Curaderm BEC5 may be a promising breakthrough not only for skin cancers, but for all cancers, as they all appear to have the same membrane change that allows BEC to enter and kill them. While the question of how we can effectively put BEC in direct contact with the cell membrane of cancers buried – sometimes deeply – in the body still needs a definitive answer, there is evidence and considerable hope that this hurdle can be overcome with further research.

There’s no better way to conclude this article than to repeat the conclusion of the foreword to The Eggplant Cancer Cure:

“If anyone deserves a Nobel Prize in Medicine, it’s Dr. Bill E. Cham.”

Wishing you the best of health,

Dr. Jonathan V. Wright
Editor
Nutrition & Healing

Volume 7, Issue 9 – September 2013


Full references and citations for this article are available in the downloadable PDF version of the monthly Nutrition and Healing issue in which this article appears.

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