Questions & Answers
Q. Is funding for the cancer project based solely on ‘a theory?’
A. No. Past research showed remarkable results.
Q. Have any animal or human studies been done?
Q. Over what period of time?
A. Several years. However, with the loss of Dr. Brown to an unfortunate accident, some clinical studies done outside the U.S. will need to be repeated. With an appropriate collaborator, we estimate nine to twelve months to repeat the process for the formula and carry out updated studies.
Q. If ‘positive results’ are defined as an amelioration or absence of pain, and/or a reduction or disappearance of tumor(s), what is the minimum amount of time in which positive results are expected to be noted in clinical studies?
A. 3 – 8 months.
Q. What is the maximum amount of time in which positive results are expected to be seen in these patient studies?
A. 8 – 15 months
Q. What is the minimum percentage of patients in which positive findings are expected to result?
Q. What is the maximum percentage of patients in which positive findings are expected to result?