Mixtures of various chemicals (for example, amino acids and peptides) with theoretic support as natural defense acts against various cancers.

antineoplastons (anˈ·tī·nēˈ·ō·plasˑ·tnz), chemicals derived from phenylacetate salts, phenylacetate, glutamine, and isoglutamine; claimed to have anticancer effects.
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Information contained in forward-looking statements is based on current expectations and is subject to change, and further events may differ materially from those discussed herein due to a number of factors, including, but not limited to, risks and uncertainties related to an ability to use Antineoplastons A10 and AS2-1.
His review of "undocumented therapies" introduces the reader to Essiac tea, Naessens's frequency treatments, and Burzynski's antineoplastons.
After decades of trying to shut him down and take away his license, the FDA and National Cancer Institute have finally admitted antineoplastons are the only known cure for brainstem glioblastoma and are effective in other malignancies.
He called them antineoplastons and he prepared four formulations (produced synthetically), which were active against cancer cells.
Having discussed the matter with trusted friends, she became convinced that she might benefit from receiving antineoplastons, a nontoxic, experimental drug discovered more than 30 years ago by medical researcher Stanislans Burzynski.
Alternatif kanser tedavisi ile ilgili bir derlemede bu tur tedavilerin etkilerinin kanitlanamadigini soylemenin yanlis oldugu, aksine alternatif kanser tedavileri ile ilgili yapilan calismalarda (Livingstone-Wheeler, Di Bela Multitherapy, antineoplastons, vitamin C, etc.
But according to Eric Morola's 2010 documentary Burzynski, which compellingly chronicles the doctor's long-running battles with state and federal regulators, the Phase II clinical trials that the FDA approved in 1996 under congressional pressure have supported what the teary testimonials of patients and their families suggested: Although Burzynski's antineoplastons are far from a cure-all, they seem to be more effective, and are certainly much less devastating in their side effects, than radiation and chemotherapy for certain deadly, intractable cancers.
For years, the doctor has claimed that antineoplastons, compounds found in blood and urine, have the ability to "turn off" cancer genes by interrupting the signals for cell multiplication.
Topics covered in this book include therapeutic diets, traditional Chinese medicine, mind-body approaches, immunomodulating substances, Burzynski's antineoplastons, Coley's toxins, the Newcastle virus, and Sun's Soup.
It seems possible that the antineoplastons will work against all forms of cancer.
Take Janice Temple of San Francisco, who opted in 1994 for a controversial therapy called antineoplastons to help prevent her breast tumors from recurring.
I then told him about three alternative therapies: (1) antineoplastons, peptides found in blood and urine that Stanislaw Burzynski, M.