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ESCOZUL is healing cancer patients

ESCOZUL is an alternative cancer treatment based on the blue scorpion venom. My cousin who has breast cancer has been taking it for 4 months and the results are very positive, the tumor is stopped. The ESCOZUL is a natural solution obtained from the venom of the blue scorpion Rhopalurus junceus. The blue scorpion exclusively inhabits Cuba and the properties of its venom were discovered more than 20 years ago. Hundred of cancer patients from all over the world travel annually to the Carribean island to obtain the ESCOZUL treatment. Many people have been healed with the ESCOZUL or at least their life quality has improved considerably although until the moment, there is no scientific publication that endorses the anticarcinogenic properties of the ESCOZUL. It is well known that the Cuban goverment is developing scientific researches to demonstrate the ESCOZUL properties. The research has been developed in LABIOFAM (Havana, Cuba). But the cancer patients cannot wait the end of the clinical trials and they decide to try with the ESCOZUL. The truth is that the ESCOZUL is healing cancer patients without side effects. The clinical trials undertaked in LABIOFAM are in phase 3. The ESCOZUL has shown very promissed results in laboratory mice. Actually, LABIOFAM has more than 2000 people who have been taking ESCOZUL for more than 4 years and they have survived cancer. But, at the same time there is a lot of misinformation and manipulation around the ESCOZUL treatment in Internet. After reading all the information I could about the ESCOZUL, I have found a website were it is explicite explained the truth about the ESCOZUL. I strongly advice all the cancer patients to carefully read what it is said in www.escozul-cancer .com. Later you can choose to try or not the ESCOZUL as an alternative cancer treatment.  (Mar 7, 2007 | post #3)


ESCOZUL is healing cancer patients

There is a lot of lies about escozul and we must be pretty well informed  (Mar 6, 2007 | post #2)

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