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Antineoplaston

One of the ineffective pseudoscientific methods of alternative cancer treatment .

Antineoplastons are a phenomenon that fortunately has not yet entered Central Europe. The point is that some Dr. Burzynski in America treats cancer patients with simple compounds, which were originally isolated from urine and is now produced separately in their laboratory. (This is phenylacetic acid and 3-N-phenylacetylaminopiperidine-2,6-dione). Burzynski does not look like a bad guy on the photo, and I just hope his methods do not get to Bohemia before he can really work out effective healing treatments for his affluent patients - somehow it was also in mainstream medicine.

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