Pine Needles Cure Cancer and Autism

Common Pine needles contain Suramin

Mentioned by Dr Judy Mikovits in the movie Plandemic, Banned by Monsanto / Glyphosate producer Bayer

Suramin Cures:

  • Breast Cancer
  • AIDS
  • African sleeping sickness
  • River blindness therapy
  • Intervertebral disc degeneration
  • Detox from Vaccines
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Suramin Cures Breast Cancer

Suramin Cures Breast Cancer

Suramin (SM), a drug for African sleeping sickness and river blindness therapy, has been investigated in various clinical trials for cancer therapy. However, SM was eventually withdrawn from the market because of its narrow therapeutic window and the side effects associated with multiple targets. In this work, we developed a simple but effective system based on a nontoxic dose of SM …..

significantly reduced tumor burden and extended the lifespan of animals with triple-negative breast cancer lung metastasis. GCS-SM/DOX NPs attenuate cardio and renal toxicities associated with the DOX and SM. The GCS-SM/DOX system is highly translatable because of its simple, one-pot, and easy-to-scale-up preparation protocol.

Keywords: Antiangiogenesis; Antimetastasis; Doxorubicin; Nanoparticle; Suramin; Triple-negative breast cancer.

Suramin cures Aids

NCBI

Suramin is a potent inhibitor of the reverse transcriptase (RNA-directed DNA polymerase) of retroviruses, including the HTLV-III/LAV (human T-cell lymphotropic virus type III/lymphadenopathy-associated virus) reverse transcriptase. Although suramin is far from specific as a reverse transcriptase inhibitor and known to interact with a multitude of proteins and enzymes, it is able to suppress the replication and cytopathic effect of HTLV-III/LAV at concentrations which are nontoxic for the host cells and readily attainable in humans. Consequently, suramin is also able to block HTLV-III/LAV replication in patients. The mechanism of action of suramin at the molecular biological level, its mode of transport and accumulation by the infected host cells, and the bases for its rather selective virustatic activity remain, to a large extent, to be elucidated.

Suramin for inflammatory intervertebral disc degeneration

“ Suramin administration represents a novel and effectively therapeutic approach, which could potentially alleviate IDD by reducing extracellular matrix (ECM) deposition and inhibiting apoptosis and inflammatory responses in the NP cells

Keywords: ADAMTS-4; ADAMTS-5; Apoptosis; IL-8; Inflammation; Intervertebral disc degeneration; MMP-13; NF-κB; Suramin; aggrecan; apoptosis; cytokines; intervertebral disc degeneration; matrix metalloproteinases-3; western blotting.”

NCBI

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Clinical Oncology Program, National Cancer Institute, wrote:

“We administered suramin, an anti-parasitic drug and reverse transcriptase inhibitor, to 15 patients with metastatic cancer. This compound is known to inhibit the binding of growth factors (eg, epidermal growth factor [EGF], platelet-derived growth factor [PDGF], tumor growth factor-beta [TGF-beta]) to their receptors and thus antagonize the ability of these factors to stimulate growth of tumor cells in vitro. There were no complete responses (CRs), four partial responses (PRs) (two of ten adrenal cortex, one of four renal, one of one adult T-cell leukemia-lymphoma [HTLV-1]), and two minimal responses (MRs) (two of ten adrenal cortex). Toxicity included proteinuria (14 patients), reversible liver function test abnormalities (eight), vortex keratopathy (five), adrenal insufficiency (three), coagulopathy secondary to increased circulating levels of glycosaminoglycans (11), and one case of a reversible acute demyelinating polyneuropathy resembling the Guillain-Barrè syndrome. We conclude that suramin is an active agent in the treatment of metastatic cancer, and further work is necessary to define its scope.

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