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CanCell

Pseudomedicing
A pseudo-therapy consisting of “plant-energised” water, promoted as a cure for AIDS, arthritis, cancer, diabetes and systemic lupus erythematosus, administered topically or per rectum. Although this alleged therapy was deemed fraudulent by the FDA, CanCell makes no claims of efficacy and the FDA cannot stop its sale and distribution; it is now sold as a dietary supplement.

Components
Inositol, nitric acid, sodium sulphite, potassium hydroxide, sulfuric acid, catechol.
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