Vidatox - a chance

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Vidatox - a chance

Postby MOE » Thu Aug 21, 2014 2:27 pm

This stuff is basically a synthesized version of the poison of blue scorpions found in Cuba that has proven to be effective with some forms of cancer. It might be worth a try:

http://vidatoxonline.com/

My neurosurgeon had tried to put me on an experimental drug to reduce bloodflow to tumors made by Roche but it was very expensive and with a long list of side effects. Well pharmacies here will begin selling it this Friday.

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Update:

I've read up further on the product and it says its a 33% solution of a 30CH (10x30th power) product. I believed this to be a 33% solution of the pure product so its my mistake and now believe this to be a scam.

Nature does offer a lot of things that are good and things (in its pure natural state) and surprisingly I have met people that swear that they were cured by homeopathy but I have not met anyone that can explain scientifically why it is that diluting them so much that it takes away any possible medicinal value works.

Well here's a short video on homeopathy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWE1tH93G9U

Please excuse me for causing the admins grief.
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Re: Vidatox - Effective Cancer Treatment

Postby kirkmc » Sun Sep 14, 2014 2:59 pm

So, let's see, this is something at a concentration where not a single molecule of the "active" ingredient remains in the final product, yet it cures cancer... Sorry, this sort of quackery isn't helpful.

If it makes you feel better to spend that kind of money for a placebo effect, that's your business, but I think others should steer clear of any such scam.

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Re: Vidatox - a chance

Postby kirkmc » Mon Sep 15, 2014 5:24 pm

The photo of the product says 30 CH; that's a homeopathic dilution.

Circumstantial, as you say; marketing. Also known as quackery.

Sorry, we're going to take a firm line here and not allow this sort of thing in the future. There are currently no treatments that have been proven to do anything beneficial for CAs, other than surgery. Even the gamma knife hasn't yet proven itself sufficiently.

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Re: Vidatox - a chance

Postby Elizabeth » Mon Sep 15, 2014 6:16 pm

Surgery IS CURRENTLY the ONLY tx for cavernous angioma. That is the point of this forum and why so many of us need support. If there was a scientifically proven noninvasive tx we wouldn't need this forum or support. The fact is brain surgery sucks and so do bleeding angiomas. We are trying to support one another and help drive/increase/encourage proper scientific research so that there will be better tx. A clinical observation with n=1 is NOT a valid scientific study. If you need support or want to help drive towards a cure consider fundraising or start an awareness campaign in your area. We are trying to work together for a cure for all of us and support one another while we need it! :)
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Re: Vidatox - a chance

Postby kirkmc » Thu Sep 18, 2014 2:46 pm

I've deleted much of this thread at the request of the original poster, MOE, and because the other replies don't add anything to the discussion. But I think we should leave it as it is now, with the update to the first post, to help anyone who stumbles on this product understand that it's clearly a scam.

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