A small group of scientists from Cuba, working with a limited budget, have been able to develop a vaccine against cancer that has been successfully tested on more than 4,000 people.
The scientific community is impressed by the Cuban discovery, and many doctors claim that the cure for cancer has finally been found.
The vaccine has produced incredible results even in the more advanced stages of cancer. It finally saw the light of day after 16 years of intense research, and doesn’t have any adverse side-effects.
The vaccine works by attacking a protein known as EGF (epidermal growth factor), which allows lung cancer cells to grow.
The CIMAvax vaccine reinforce the immune system and accelerates the production of antibodies that bind to EGF, preventing it to feed cancer cells and not allowing the disease to spread.
This improves the longevity of the patient and effectively stops the disease from progressing. The administration of the vaccine also relieves the symptoms of cancer and reduces the pain – after a few therapies, patients have seen a significant weight gain and got their appetite and energy back.
The vaccine has already arrived in countries such as Bosnia & Herzegovina, Paraguay, Colombia and Peru.
There are high hopes among Cuban scientists that the vaccine can cure breast, uterus and prostate tumors, while further research on other types of cancer is underway.
The vaccine is free for Cubans, while people from other parts of the world may inform themselves on the vaccine by contacting the Cuban medical services:
How to get the vaccine and how can you contact experts from Cuba
EscoZul is produced only in the Cuban company Labiofam: AvenidaIndependencia km. 16 1/2 Boyeros, Santiago de las Vegas, Havana, Cuba Tel: +53 683 3188/683 2151, fax: 683 2151, tel. 537 683 2151 Phone Dr. Verges – radiologist and Niudis Cruz: 537 683 0924, email: [email protected] and [email protected].
The National Center for Health has the following contacts:
Director — Dr. Jose Andres Lopez Losada, [email protected] Number is +5378322202, and “Health Tourism”: Calle 230 entre 15A and 17, Siboney, Havana, Cuba, tel. +53 7 33-7473 al 74 Fax: +53 7 33-7198 y +53 7 33 -7199, email: [email protected]
Web: Centro Internacional de Salud La Pradera
Another useful contact is the National Institute of Oncology
They perform many studies, develop drug treatments: InstitutoNacional de Oncología y Radiobiología — INOR, address: Calle 29, esq. F, Vedado, Plaza de la Revolución, Havana, Cuba,
tel. (537) 8325865, (537) 8382576, (537) 8382578, (537) 8375440. Fax (537) 8382593,