My sister-in-law has been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. So, I was strolling around the web and happened upon a new treatment using dichloroacetate in Canada which is getting excellent results. Medicor has been using it for a while now.
Naturally I continued my exploration to see where it could be procured in the USA. That's when I discovered that the FDA has banned it in the US... It has been used for years to treat “congenital lactic acidosis”, and consequently can not be patented. In other words, the drug companies can not make money off it.
So, I checked the FDA website to see why they've banned it, but couldn't find it listed anywhere. It's like they never have even heard of it, let alone banned it. How weird is that?
It can be bought online and shipped to Canada, Italy and Russia for those who are interested. I also read (not verified) that it is actually manufactured in the US. You just can't buy it here.