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¡¡Eradication of Cancer Cells via Regeneration

1. Killing of Cancer and Transformed Cells in vitro
2. Selective Killing of Cancer Cells Co-Cultured with Normal Cells
3. Promoting Growth of Normal Cells in vitro
4. Differential Metabolism of MEBO Regenerative Nutrients in Cancer and Normal Cells
5. Killing of Cancer Cells in Tumor Tissue in vitro
6. Suppression of Ascites Tumor Growth in Animal Tumor Models
7. Eradication of Skin Cancer in Patients
8. Eradication of Leukemia in Patients
9. Regeneration of internal organs of cancer patients
10. Ongoing Clinical Studies of End-Stage Cancer Patients

7. Eradication of Skin Cancer in Patients

Topical formulations of the MEBO regenerative nutrients were used to successfully treat various forms of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. 

As shown in Figure 10.7.1, a patient with squamous cell carcinoma (Figure 10.7.1a) on his leg was treated with a topical formulation of the MEBO regenerative nutrients.  Twenty (20) days later pathological examination of the tissue at the cancer site revealed that the original cancerous tissue (Figure 10.7.1b) disappeared, replaced with normal healthy granulation tissue (Figure 10.7.1 c-d).  

As shown in Figure 10.7.2, a patient with low differentiated squamous cell carcinoma (Figure 10.7.2a) near his genital was treated with a topical formulation of the MEBO regenerative nutrients.  Ten (10) days later pathological examination of the tissue at the cancer site revealed that the original cancerous tissue disappeared, replaced with normal healthy granulation tissue (Figure 10.7.1b-c).  Continued treatment with the MEBO product resulted in eradication of the cancerous tissue and healing of the wound (Figure 10.7.1d).

 

As shown in Figure 10.7.3, a patient with severe erosive, necrotic wound caused by basal cell carcinoma (Figure 10.7.3a) on his neck was successfully treated with a topical formulation of the MEBO regenerative nutrients, resulting in complete eradication of cancerous tissue and healing of the gapping open wound (Figure 10.7.3b).

 
   
¡¡ACHIEVEMENTS
Introduction
Core Science & Technology of MEBO
Exploration of Fundamental Mechanisms of Adult Human Body Regeneration
Eradication of Cancer Cells via Regeneration
 









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