How Cancell Works

by Paul Winter

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This information was obtained from interviews with Cancell experienced including the Protocel consulting chemist.

Cancell (Cantron and Protocel) work by reducing the ATP energy (adenosine triphosphate) in each cell of your body. (This is also one of the cancer fighting effects of Paw Paw and Graviola.) ATP is the abbreviation of Adenoside-tri-phosphate.
The three phosphates are attached to the sugar component. Releasing two phosphates from the sugar, results in energy for the cell. Our cells have an electrical potential that effects how the cell processes energy producing substances (mostly blood sugar and oxygen) from our blood supply (the red area in the graphic below).

By reducing this voltage level from 70 to 110 mv to something in the 50 mv region, normal cells can still function. However, cancer and viral cells cannot process energy at this low voltage level and start to starve. The process of starving is a slower process than being poisoned which is why Cancell works slower than chemo and why there was a dramatic reduction in the weight of tumor cells in the two day NCI test of Cancell, but only a small number of dead cells. Had that test run longer, all the tumor cells that showed such dramatic weight reduction would have starved to death. For more on the NCI test, go to the Comments on the NCI Test Summary for Cancell page.

More on Oxygen

Respiration in the cells of our bodies is called oxidation reduction. The oxidation reduction system operates numerous chemical reactions all taking place at different electrical voltages. These respiratory reactions produce energy for the cell to operate, but each reaction is different from every other.

There are primitive respiratory reactions that take place without oxygen present. The higher respiratory reactions require the presence of oxygen. The advanced reactions which use oxygen are called "aerobic" and the primitive reactions which do not use oxygen, are called "anaerobic" and is similar to fermentation.

The Critical Point

In the cell, there can be a long term drain of power, but respiration will continue. Eventually the cell reaches a critical point. The individual cell has no way of shutting itself down to rest. It still keeps working, but the lower reactions will start to suffer. When the lower reactions can no longer operate a "critical point" is reached. This critical point is significant for three other reasons:

  • This is the lowest the cell can operate and as a normal cell. However, it's also on one of the highest the cell can operate and still be in the primitive zone.
  • Just as the cell had been "in balance" when it was working normally this is the point at which the cell reaches a new point of balance. It likes it there, it is and will never move back to its old, normal balance in the respiratory system.
  • This is the stage at which the cell is now a cancer.

Past the Critical Point

Cancell pushes the cell into the primitive stage. After the cancer cell is into the primitive stage, the body deals with it in different ways. In the brain the body forms a crusty membrane around the cancer cells. The tumor at that point is dead. For skin cancer the body digests the cancer cells as they shrink from lack of energy (food).

Lower Reactions

Some chemicals, such as catechols, inhibit respiration. Inhibiting the respiration of a cancer cell pushes it into the primitive state. Catechols inhibit the respiration of all cells in the body. Normal cells can handle this reduction, but cancer cell are at that critical point between normal and primitive. With this reduction, they are pushed into the primitive state. If work is being done, but not respiration, the cell is forced further down the oxidation reduction ladder. Thus, once respiration is reduced the cell is forced down completely into the primitive state.

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