Is Cansema Legal?
he issue of legality is a complex issue. In most countries of the world, Cansema is completely legal as an herbal preparation. In most Western countries of the world, however, Cansema can be sold as an herbal preparation, but one cannot say what it does or what it's for. That is, one cannot make a "claim." Why? An effective topical skin cancer salve, such as Cansema, poses a serious threat to orthodox treatments for skin cancers that are far more expensive, but far less effective. It is truly ridiculous.
So this point should be made quite clear: Cansema is not an approved drug, as defined by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, or any of its European counterparts. That is, it is illegal for a company inside the U.S. to sell a product like Cansema and have the audacity to say what it does, despite its history of effectiveness. In fact, there will never be a time when the FDA, in its current state of operation as a strong arm for the big pharmaceutical companies, approves an escharotic formula such as Cansema. And there's good reason for this: no sane person would invest the $100 million and 15 years in clinical trials to get a "drug" approved that cannot be truly protected by patent law. And there is no set of patent laws on the planet that will truly protect the owner of an herbal formula. Only chemical compounds with unique empirical formulas not yet patented can get meaningful patent protection. Without this protection there is no intelligent reason for filing a New Drug Application (NDA), investing $100 million and waiting for 15 years to get a government to approve a claim on a life-saving product that has already been curing people of cancer for well over 100 years.
There can be no greater example of corruption in government than an instance of a federal body suppressing compounds that save lives just so a select group can milk the citizenry for the maximum amount of health dollars with second-rate, but "approved" drugs and deadly, questionable therapies, such as chemotherapy. Nonetheless, that is exactly what has been going on. And it has been going on for a long time: in the United States, it's been going on ever since the enactment of the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act (1933), which gave the U.S. Food & Drug Administration its authority. (See Cancer Bureaucracy: How The Real Cures Are Suppressed.)
Sure, we have a very difficult time explaining to some people how a product that is proven to be safe, effective, and inexpensive would get into trouble in countries that boast "free trade," and in the case of the United States, a 200-year-old "Bill of Rights." But only the uninitiated are unaware that there is an all-powerful consortium of interests in the U.S. and elsewhere in the West called the Medical Industrial Complex ("MIC"). It involves powerful interests both within the drug industry, the orthodox medical industry, U.S. government regulatory agencies and even in academia. It involves the Federal Trade Commission and the Food & Drug Administration. It involves the American Medical Association, the National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, the National Academy of Sciences -- in short, it involves all those who benefit, directly or indirectly, from the highly lucrative franchies that comprises the $200 billion a year "U.S. cancer care industry."
To be sure, this is no news to many people. Very little goes on in Washington that is not politically motivated. The widespread introduction of something as simple as "margarine" in the 1940's created years of hurdles for its backers. The dairy lobby (which rightly saw margarine as threatening to the market share of "butter") created so many hurdles that it was not until 1958 that margarine clearly gained the upperhand as the edible fat of choice for consumers worldwide. (We use this as a historical example of political dynamics, by the way, margarine is one of the worst things you can eat.)
Can you 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? The facts would suggest that they are.
The bureaucracies manning the FDA, FTC, AMA and throughout the MIC, are anxious to label providers of effective, inexpensive remedies for cancer as "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 honor a money back guarantee. That would be 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, so you might have problems finding them, depending on where you live. The best book we have come across on the topic is The Cancer Industry: The Classic Expose on the Cancer Establishment. It is written by Pulitzer-prize medical author, Ralph W. Moss, and it's an excellent work. "This is a shocking, disturbing book," wrote a reviewer at the Baltimore Evening Sun. We would add "vital and highly informative."
For a list of other books that provide insight into the current corrupt state of orthodox medicine, and other effective remedies and approaches besides those offered by Alpha Omega Labs, see our other article on government suppression of medical discovery: Cancerolytic Herbs: A History of Supression.