Childhood Leukemia (1 testimonial)

My 7 year old daughter, K. has Leukemia.  The treatment for Leukemia is 2 1/2 years for girls and 3 1/2 years for boys.  Being on Chemotherapy for years can be very destructive to the body. When I purchased your products I must admit that I was really worried about…

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Cancer: Childhood leukemia responds to wheatgrass

What is leukemia? Leukemia literally means “white blood”. It is a type of cancer that develops from the stem (immature) cells of the bone marrow which leads to excessive production of abnormal “leukemic” white blood cells. They then “crowd out” normal white cells and red cells, slowing their development and…

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Leukemia cells may be eliminated by chlorophyll

Pheophorbide a, a moiety of chlorophyll a, induces apoptosis in human lymphoid leukemia Molt 4B cells. Hibasami, H. et. al. Int. J. Mol. Med. 2000. 6(3):277-9 Background:  Pheophorbide is a product that occurs when chlorophyll—the green plant pigment—breaks down.  Pheophorbide can sensitize cancer cells to light (photosensitization) and is currently…

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