Greek cancer cure

An unproven method for managing cancer, in which a blood test of an unknown (dubious) type is used to diagnose, stage, and treat cancer

Greek cancer cure, a questionable cancer treatment propounded by Athenian microbiologist Dr. Hariton-Tzannis Alivizatos, in which a blood test is said to determine the presence, type, size, and location of cancers after which the patient receives daily injections of a secret serum (including niacin in water) for a period of one to four weeks. Also called
Cellbal or
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