Cancell Or Entelev
This treatment modality is used in place of conventional therapies to treat cancer. Seek advice from a qualified physician before replacing standard cancer therapy with Cancell therapy.
What does Cancell treatment involve?
Cancell, also known as Entelev, Cantron, Jim's Juice, Crocinic Acid and Sheridan's Formula, is a dark brown liquid consisting of chemicals (sulfuric acid, nitric acid, potassium hydroxide, sodium sulfite) envisioned by James Sheridan, a chemist. Sheridan said the idea came to him in a dream inspired by God. Cancell can by administered both internally and externally. In order to obtain Cancell, it is necessary for patients to have "a letter from their physician and a signed statement with proof that the cancer condition is terminal."
How is Cancell thought to treat cancer?
Proponents of Cancell have proposed two different hypotheses to explain how Cancell functions. One is that in the "cancer relationship," cellular proteins become less differentiated. Cancell causes cancer cells to return to their "primitive state" and self-destruct. The second hypothesis is that cancer is caused by a mutated anaerobic cell that causes electrical and chemical damage. Cancell changes the vibrational frequency and energy of cancer cells until they reach the "primitive state," and subsequently self-destruct. The cellular waste material then passes out of the body any way it can, and the cancer cells are replaced with normal healthy cells.
What has been proven about the benefit of Cancell treatment?
There is no evidence that Cancell works against cancer. The National Cancer Institute conducted laboratory and animal tests on Cancell in 1978, 1980 and 1991, and no anti-cancer activity has been found. Although patient testimonials have been offered, no clinical trials have been done to show effectiveness of Cancell.
What is the potential risk or harm of Cancell treatment?
According to the FDA, Cancell is not produced in conformity with good manufacturing practices and is considered to be adulterated, misbranded and inadequately labeled. The composition and potency may vary from batch to batch, and the bottles fail to carry warnings or directions. Patients may experience temporary, moderate fatigue and flu-like symptoms after ingestion.
How much does the therapy cost?
Cancell was provided free of charge to patients with serious forms of cancer because its formula was received through "divine inspiration." The FDA now holds a permanent injunction against the makers of Cancell to ensure that Cancell is no longer manufactured, distributed or advocated by its developers.
For additional information:
Cancell Home Page:
National Cancer Institute Cancer Information Service
Telephone: (800) 4-CANCER
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Post Office Box 7923
Gaithersburg, MD 20898–7923
Telephone: (888) 644–6226
Web site: http://nccam.nih.gov
Note: Information about therapies is intended to help you make informed choices, not to endorse any particular therapy. The information is courtesy of "Integrating Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Cancer Patients," a handbook written as an independent study project by Heather Morein. For more information, see the full text of the handbook (PDF), including all references and appendices.