This treatment modality is used in place of conventional therapies to treat cancer. Seek advice from a qualified physician before replacing standard cancer therapy with 714-X treatment.
What does 714-X treatment involve?
714-X is a liquid medicine developed by Gaston Naessens of Quebec and is used as a cancer cell attractor. It contains camphor, nitrogen, ammonium salts, sodium chloride and ethanol. Treatment consists of injection with 714-X into a lymph node in the groin for twenty-one consecutive days followed by two days of rest. Patients receive three twenty-one-day cycles total. Some patients are advised to prolong treatment based on cancer type and stage. A healthy diet following holistic nutrition guidelines is encouraged as part of the treatment.
How is 714-X thought to treat cancer?
According to Naessens, cancer cells need and use a large amount of nitrogen obtained from healthy cells in the body. In order to obtain nitrogen, cancer cells release a substance Naessens calls co-cancerogenic K factor (CKF). CKF is a toxic compound that inhibits the efficacy of the human immune system. Naessens claims that when 714-X is injected into a patient, cancer cells are attracted to it due to its nitrogen-rich characteristic. Because the cancer cells are no longer excreting CKF, the immune system can be mobilized. Without CKF, cancer cells have no protection from the body's immune system and are killed. 714-X also contains organic salts that help unclog the lymph system so that it can carry away toxins accumulated during the illness.
What has been proven about the benefit of 714-X?
The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center conducted an extensive human studies literature review of 714-X and found four studies applicable to cancer. All were case reports from Naessens himself. No other scientific evidence is available to support the use of 714-X in treating any type of cancer. The National Cancer Institute is currently reviewing patient medical records from patients who apparently benefited from 714-X. No results are currently available.
What is the potential risk or harm of 714-X?
714-X has no reported side effects but proponents warn that vitamins E and B12 should not be taken when using 714-X. The FDA has not approved 714-X for sale or for treatment purposes in the U.S. The drug is legal in Canada.
How much does 714-X treatment cost?
Cost of the treatment is $300 plus shipping.
For additional information:
CERBE Distribution Incorporated
5270 Mills Street
Rock Forest, Quebec J1N 3B6 Canada
Telephone: (819) 564-7883
Web site: www.cerbe.com
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard
Houston, TX 77030
Telephone: (800) 392-1611
Web site: www.mdanderson.org/departments/CIMER/
Note: Information about therapies is intended to help you make informed choices, not to endorse any particular therapy. The information is courtesy of "Integrating Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Cancer Patients," a handbook written as an independent study project by Heather Morein. For more information, see the full text of the handbook (PDF), including all references and appendices.