Prussian Blue As A Cancer Drug

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carl clingman Says:


There has been some evidence prussian blue is an effective non-toxic fermentation blocker. This would suggest hexacyanoferrate could be an effective (and safe) annihilator of prokaryotic cell types, which would include most if not all cancers. Anyone agree?



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