Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for COVID-19 or any other disease.
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Cancell, also known as Cantron, Protocel, and Entelev (depending on the company that manufactures it), is a special medicinal formula that works by lowering the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) available in targeted pathogens and rogue human cells. The lack of ATP (the energy source for pathogenic cells), causes pathogens to fall apart and lose their structure. Cancell has been used successfully to fight viral diseases like the common cold and influenza as well as HIV, AIDs, and herpes. For those who are looking for an alternative treatment for coronavirus, Cancell is worth considering.
While a coronavirus vaccine may take more than 18 months to develop from the time of this writing (March, 2020), Cancell is a treatment that’s available now. And though there are medications that are being vetted for safety including convalescent plasma, remdesivir, and chloroquine, Cancell is a product that’s been in use for cancer patients as well as those afflicted with HIV and AIDs since the 1940’s. Yes, that’s right…Cancell has been around for nearly 80 years! Scientists are currently looking closely at HIV drugs for the treatment of coronavirus, which is just another compelling reason why Cancell deserves some consideration since it too, has the ability to treat and cure HIV and AIDs.
WARNING: Do not use Cancell with any other treatment including prescription medications, vitamins, or minerals. To do so will cancel out the positive effects of treatment. If you choose to use Cancell/Protocel, use it alone, not in conjunction with other treatments.
WARNING: Do not use Cancell if you are suffering from any fast-growing brain cancer such as glioblastoma.
There have been no scientific studies done to determine whether or not Cancell can kill coronavirus, but this treatment has been effective at killing cold and flu viruses. And it has demonstrated strong antiviral capabilities in general. Cancell has been used to cure diseases like AIDS and herpes as well as cancer, so it might be a valuable addition to the medicine cabinet, if only as a last resort if doctors are unable to cure coronavirus. If nothing else, you can keep a jar of it on hand to treat other serious diseases like:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- AIDs and HIV
- Crohn’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Lewy Body Disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- High blood pressure
- Low blood pressure
It is extremely difficult to get information about this treatment formula because it is an alternative medication that could put Big Pharma out of business if too many people use it and find out that it works.
Why You’ve Never Heard of Cancell
The formula was developed by Jim Sheridan and though he was able to get the National Cancer Institute to run animal tests on his formula between 1978 and 1980, he could never get the researchers to run the tests according to his instructions. This is a common scenario that has happened to other scientists who discovered cancer cures including Dr. Sugiura, the co-inventor of chemotherapy, who also discovered Laetrile or Vitamin B17, and Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, a researcher who exhumed Dr. Kelley’s research on pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment. Cancell is not only an important cancer cure, but it can also be used to treat infectious diseases like Herpes and HIV. It is a worthy tool to consider using against coronavirus and other infectious organisms that threaten to become pandemic.
The FDA works hard to stop the distribution of Cancell for obvious reasons. If people find out that a substance like Cancell works against serious illnesses like coronavirus, profits for Big Pharma will dry up.
How Cancell Is Administered
Cancell can be purchased under the name Protocel from several vendors in the United States and Sweden. It is most famous as a medication that can cure cancer, but it is also well-known for its ability to cure serious viral diseases like HIV and AIDs, Herpes, and influenza. Researchers cannot get funding to find out whether Cancell works to cure coronavirus because this medication is already a threat to Big Pharma because of its ability to cure cancer. So patients must decide for themselves if they want to try this method of treatment, note the results, and share their experiences with others who might benefit from knowing their results.
This treatment must be administered ALONE and NOT IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER TREATMENTS LIKE PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS. It is a stand-alone treatment! Other treatments applied at the same time to cure coronavirus may cancel out the effects of Cancell.
Cancell (which may be packaged and marketed as Cantron, Protocel, or Entelev) may be taken as a tablet or liquid. The best resource that details how to take this medication is the book: Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work by Tanya Harter Pierce.
Other Important Links:
 Wikipedia (2016). CanCell. Retrieved May 4, 2018 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cancell
 Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (2018). CanCell®. Retrieved May 2, 2018 from https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/integrative-medicine/herbs/cancell
 Kehr, W. (2017). Protocel or Cantron Cancer Treatment. Retrieved Mary 4, 2018 from https://www.cancertutor.com/protocel/
 Godin, J. (n.d.). The True Origins of *Entelev, *Cancell and Cantron. Retrieved May 4, 2018 from https://www.cantron.com/html/OriginsofCancell.html
 Isaacs, T. (2018). What Otto Warburg Actually Discovered About Cancer. Retrieved May 4, 2018 from https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/otto-warburg-cancer/
 Cancer Tutor (2018). Independent Cancer Research Foundation Reference Manual. Retrieved June 25, 2018 from https://www.cancertutor.com/reference/
 Outsmart Your Cancer (2018). Protocel History and Description. Retrieved May 4, 2018 from https://www.outsmartyourcancer.com/what-is-protocel/history-description/
 Brewer, A. K. (1984). The High pH Therapy for Cancer Tests on Mice and Humans. Retrieved March 14, 2018 from https://20975-presscdn-pagely.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/The-high-pH-therapy-for-cancer-tests-on-mice-and-humans.pdf
 Spinney, L. (2020). Coronavirus vaccine: When will it be ready? Retrieved March 27, 2020 from https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/27/coronavirus-vaccine-when-will-it-be-ready