"Everyone should know that the 'war on cancer' is largely a fraud."
Dr Linus Pauling (Nobel Prize (Chemistry) 1954, Nobel Peace Prize 1962 )
The Internationally Recognised
Skin Cancer Treatment System
GENERAL INFORMATION & USER'S GUIDE
This brochure contains background information, user instructions and technical support material on the skin cancer treatment system Cansema. If instructions are followed, Alpha Omega Labs guarantee 100% success in the removal of dermal or epidermal malignant lesions - regardless of type, size or variety... or the treatment is free and payment is refunded.
Although designed for self-administration, Cansema is not a replacement for timely, competent medical advice and attention. Alpha Omega Laboratories highly recommends that prior to usage the user obtain a biopsy or other diagnostic determination of the suspected cancer site. On the basis of reliable diagnosis, and in conjunction with medical consultation, the user may then make the decision as to whether or not to use the Cansema system.
A SHORT HISTORY OF "ESCHAROTICS"
Cansema is a topical ointment that, when applied to cancerous lesions of the dermis and epidermis, necroses the aberrant tissue (i.e. kills the cancer cells), creates an "eschar" (what would appear to the layman as a pus formation) -after which the body itself expels the "scab" leaving a pit ("decavitated area"). Over a period of several weeks this "decavitated area" heals over, usually leaving a slightly depigmented area where the lesion was removed.
Cansema is the latest and most advanced in a category of cancer-killing ointments historically known as "escharotics" (Gk. "escharotikos"). Most of those which have been discovered, manufactured, utilized and/or patented in the U.S. over the last 100 years have been composed of the caustic compound zinc chloride, plus one or more medicinal herbs, of which most have anti-microbial properties. These have included parts from bloodroot (or "sanguinana"), bittersweet, ginger root, galanga, and even capsicum (red pepper). Other non-active additives have included kerosene oil, glycerine, lard, metallic cobalt, and, of course, water.
The U.S. Patent Office
lists not less than four patents using zinc chloride as their caustic base
which claim to have had at least some success in removing skin cancer and
related growths. Moreover, there are thousands upon thousands of documented
"cures" using escharotics, not only with Cansema, but with
similar compounds, going as far back as the 1920's through to the 1950's with
the famous Harry Hoxsey escharotic formula. And the legacy of that formula
still lives today at the Hoxsey Clinic in
Cansema's supremacy in a field of proven, effective cancerolytic ("cancer killing") ointments rests on its ability to work in one application, work quickly, and work with no known side effects - other than some pain in certain cases within the first 4 to 14 days, in which case an analgesic (pain killer) such as ibuprofen should be administered. (See "Range of Physiological Response").
Although the etymological root to "escharotic" means "burning" and the word is, in fact, commonly used in orthodox medicine to characterise the effects of a skin burn caused by acids, alkalies, metallic salts, phenol or carbolic acid, carbon dioxide, or electric cautery - this interpretation would not be accurate for Cansema. Although Cansema does contain some zinc chloride which will cause serious burns it applied in high concentrations, it is hardly a scorcher. In fact, Cansema is very selective in its action, it is escharotic to cancerous tissue and only mildly irritating ( or "rubefacient", causing redness) to healthy skin. Some individuals have used Cansema to determine if a lesion is cancerous by simply applying it, although Alpha Omega Laboratories does not recommend it for this purpose.
In summary, Cansema is the latest, most widely used topically applied skin cancer ointment; it is the most advanced salve of its kind, belonging to a class of compounds known as "escharotics." Empirical case studies to date show that it has successfully removed every malignant carcinoma, adenocarcinoma (i.e. breast cancer) and even melanoma to which it has been applied. In the case of larger tumors, the application of Cansema can produce some pain, even though the end results are successful. Therefore, it is important to have aspirin, NSAIDs (i.e. like iboprofen) or some other pain killer readily available prior to treatment.
Is Cansema legal?
Why hasn't the FDA approved this valuable product!
and if it's so valuable, why haven't we heard more about it!
In one word, no. Cansema
is not approved by the FDA. For reasons that will soon be clear, it will be
a very, very long time before it's ever approved - if that day comes at all.
Since we at Alpha Omega are ourselves
Some folks have difficulty understanding how a product that is proven to be safe, effective, and inexpensive, would get into trouble in a country that boasts of "free trade" and a 200-year-old "Bill of Rights."
Only the uninitiated will
be unaware that there is a powerful consortium of interests in the
To be sure, this is no news
to many people. Very little goes on in
You can imagine, therefore, how threatened the MIC, a far more powerful lobby employing millions, must be with a product such as Cansema which takes care of skin cancer. Are they really threatened? You bet they are!
The folks at the FDA, FTC, AMA and throughout the MIC are "biting at the bit" to take effective cancer remedies, such as Cansema, off the market, label us quacks, con men, or cheats, and make sure that you remain ignorant of how easy it now is to manage skin cancer, something that would otherwise call for expensive surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and/or whatever else can pump your bill into the thousands, yet not guarantee that your problem has been completely eliminated. Who knows, maybe this is the greatest irritation of all, we have and do honour a money back guarantee. That would be a disastrous policy for someone who sold something that did not work. Compare our policy to that of the medical establishment. When was the last time you went to a doctor, received treatment that was not effective, and was able to go back for a cheerful money back refund? Get the picture?
(Nevertheless, if anyone thinks that Cansema is not exactly, and we mean exactly, what we propound it to be, we highly recommend not using the product.)
There are many books on the market which deal with this unique area of corrupt American politics. Many of the major book dealers have been pressured by the MIC into not carrying at least some of the titles we list below, so you may have problems finding them, depending on where you live.
the medical profession this era may well be one of the most shameful and
ethically questionable periods of its history"
Cansema in conjunction
with Medical Counsel
Although Cansema can and is self-applied by a great many people worldwide who are not trained in the healing arts, it is often a good idea to seek out a competent health care professional. Many medical doctors have worked with Alpha Omega associates who are not members of the American Medical Association, and, therefore, are open-minded to alternative programs that really work, such as Cansema. You may also seek out a competent N.D. (naturopathic doctor) or D.C. (doctor of chiropractic medicine) who has worked in this area.
Often, the worst people to go to are orthodox cancer specialists, such as oncologists, because they are usually too arrogant to concern themselves with approaches that are not solidly in the mainstream. They are the most vocal proponents of such expensive, ineffective and potentially harmful conventional treatments as radiation and chemotherapy. Rarely will they jeopardise their career by deviating from the "party line." Moreover, they must contend with the old system of "peer review," which has, in modern times, become a kind of Stalinist tool to support medical techniques and practices that are the most profitable, but not necessarily effective.
Well, so much for medical science and adherence to the Hippocratic oath.
WE advise all Alpha Omega customers that if they so choose a health care professional to monitor their progress, they do so with discretion. The practitioner must not only be sympathetic to the condition of the patient (member), but have a sincere respect for the patient's right to make and educated, informed choice - and in this case that means the right to choose Cansema as an alternative treatment.
If you have questions about this matter, contact our office for more information or even a referral to a competent physician in your area.
WARNING: Please read the following instructions through carefully before applying Cansema. Do not, in any way, deviate from the following. If you have questions after a thorough reading, please call Alpha Omega for any clarification.
(1) PREPARATION: First, as stated earlier, the user may want to have a biopsy or other diagnostic procedure performed to ascertain whether or not there is, in fact, skin cancer. Many people prefer to go to their medical doctor to confirm with a biopsy first. There is certainly nothing wrong with this approach.
Many people, on the observation that they have a "mole" or similar pigmented growth that is growing and getting darker, have elected to use Cansema. The decision as to whether or not to use Cansema is entirely at the discretion of the user; there is no danger, toxic or otherwise, of applying Cansema to healthy tissue; although doing so for other than diagnostic purposes is really a waste of good product.
Never, never, never apply Cansema near mucous membranes, do not apply too close to the eyes, mouth, anus, or genital areas - that is any closer than a quarter inch (6 mm) away. Apply to the lips if necessary, but not in the mouth. Do not apply to skin-burned tissue. Do not apply to open wounds that are caused by a puncture or penetration by an intruding object - that is, a cause other than the invasiveness of the neoplasm itself.
(2) APPLICATION: Cansema comes in a 14 oz. container. The product has the consistency of a thick, moist paste. It can easily be self-applied with the fingers and should be spread over the lesion or cancerous tissue in a thin covering, almost lightly "caked." Wash hands thoroughly before and after applying. The applied area will start to tingle shortly afterwards - anywhere between 5 minutes to 6 hours after the one application. In some cases there is a burning sensation, so it is important to have pain killer, available during the process. It is also a good idea to place a bandage over the area, particularly if the forming eschar is on a place on the body that might be subject to being bumped or bruised in the course of daily activity.
(3) MANAGING THE ESCHAR: After 24 hours remove the bandage. Using rubbing alcohol and a Cotton Bud very lightly go over the lesion, removing any excess Cansema and other organic debris (i.e. pus, serous fluid, etc.) Do not use petroleum or Vitamin E at this time, as you may accelerate the healing process before the eschar has a chance to come out. Normally a bandage can be left on for a period of 10 days, however in advanced cases there is considerable "drainage" (that is, a steady emission of pus). In the sense that Cansema kills the cancer cells and takes certain leukocytes (defending white blood corpuscles) with it in the process of eliminating the neoplasm, it is a suppurative agent, that is, drainage should not be viewed as abnormal. The range of possible response is very little pus and only one bandage ever required; to a regular change of bandages required in the case of advanced melanomas. Your case will be somewhere in between. In any event, try to keep the eschar covered with petroleum jelly and a bandage.
(4) REMOVING THE ESCHAR: The eschar itself represents the death of the neoplasm, and this occurs shortly after application. Everything that follows from there is the body's own reparative responses. From here on out, the body knows exactly what to do and wastes no time doing it. However, to us the days and weeks that follow may seem lengthy. The next stage is the removal of the eschar, or scab. This usually happens within 10 days after initial application, unless the case is advanced and/or the cancer(s) cover a large area of the body. As with any scab, let it fall out when it is ready. Do not pull it out prematurely; although you may find that it will eventually be attached with a small thread of skin tissue which can be easily and safely severed.
(5) "HEALING OVER": After the eschar comes out the pit or "decavitation" can look raw and unsightly. Nonetheless, if kept covered and the everyday principles of good hygiene are followed there will be no threat of secondary infection. Use petroleum jelly or a Vitamin E ointment at this stage until completely healed to minimize scarring. Over a period of a few months, or in some cases two years, the entire area will be healed with only some "depigmentation" or scar tissue. The result is never more unsightly than if conventional surgery had been chosen instead, and is usually immeasurably better. There has never been a case of the cancer coming back to the area applied in our nine years of experience, unless a metastasizing has occurred from cancer development in some other area of the body. In other words, once Cansema has finished its work, there are no residual cells from the original neoplasm.
RANGE OF PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE
There are a number of parameters which vary from person to person, depending on the type of cancer, the size, location and the disposition of the individual. Because certain people experience responses that are new to them and for some may even be a bit frightening, it is important to cover the range of possible responses.
(1) SIZE OF ESCHAR: Many people have far more cancer activity beneath the skin than is visible on the surface. Because of this, some users are surprised that what they thought was a small lesion, in fact turns out to be larger than expected. The average lesion is approximately twice as big as an eschar than it appears to be from the skin surface.
(2) DRAINAGE FACTOR: Cansema is a suppurative - it produces an escharotic pus formation. For many people, particularly those with smaller lesions, the pus is self-contained and it dries up within a few days and comes off as a coagulated scab in a matter of a few days. However, this is less likely if the neoplasm is larger - (bigger than one inch or 25 mm), or is really an adenocarcinoma (tumour of a glandular organ, particularly breast cancer). Tumours which are two inches or greater in diameter almost always involve heavy weeping and require changes in bandages, as many as five times a day in some cases. Know this to be a normal part of the healing process.
(3) INFLAMATORY EDEMA: In nearly all cases there is at least some inflammation and build-up in fluids in and around the applied area. Cansema is lightly caustic, so this is a natural physiological response. Often the edema doesn't occur at the site of application, but in nearby joints. For instance, if Cansema is applied to a cancerous lesion residing on the gastronemius (larger calf muscle), it is not uncommon to see edema develop at the ankle. Edema is a natural part of the process and should not cause distress. It rarely lasts for more than a few days.
(4) PAIN FACTOR: The range of response varies greatly from mild tingling to considerable. Our experience is that at its worst Cansema is rarely more painful than that to be endured in the healing process that follows surgery. Users should be prepared with pain killers ("analgesics") before application so that if they need it, it's available.