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Anti-Aging, Autism & Viruses


Studies in pancreatic cancer therapy are being conducted to determine the efficacy of a new compound that is reversing the anaerobic metabolism in cancers. We have seen excellent results and remissions in Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Medullary Thyroid Cancers and breast cancer patients with brain metastases.

We are also testing new combination therapies and nutrient support for prostate cancer and pancreas patients internationally. Gastrointestinal tumors appeared responsive to these therapies and new work is being planned for lung cancer patients to coincide with one of the exciting new antibodies that activate the Immune system to fight the tumors. This latter antibody has shown itself successful in melanoma and is presently being investigated at multiple Universities for Kidney cancer and lung cancer.

Anti Aging

Stem Cell Activation: FCMR is evaluating the use of exogenous and endogenous stem cells in regeneration of tissue and organs, particularly in nerve damage, organ damage and anti-aging of skin to reverse the aging process. This valuable research will help to re-establish brain development and organ development after damage from hypoxia, internal bleeding and accident caused damage. We are presently working on more data to be released in a book on the application and activation of stem cells to reverse aging and damage to repair all the organs of the body.


FCMR is collaborating with organizations and foundations to develop new directions in nutrient support to enhance learning capabilities in affected children of this dreaded complication. Early therapy can make a world of difference in the reversal of symptoms, expediting learning capabilities toward a normal development in these children. Recent reports indicate a change in the mitochondrial of these children leading to damage at the very center of the cells energy metabolism. We are presently reviewing successful diet and nutrient interventions to develop the most effective nutrient combination for enhancing the reversal of autism and allowing these children a healthy return to normal life.


Dr. Dana Flavin (the first to reverse mononucleosis hepatosplenomegalies in over 50 children), is researching the cause of viral replication in cells and investigating the use of specific compounds to prevent the incorporation of viruses into the cell and to prevent further replication of these viruses including H1N1 (Swine flu), Influenza B, Mononucleosis, HIV and hepatitis and others.

Successfully Treated Diseases

Autoimmune diseases including Rheumatoid Arthritis, Graves’ Disease, Hashimoto’ Syndromes, Ulcerative Colitis, Morbus Crohn, Borreliosis/Lyme Disease.

Cancers including Gastrointestinal, Thyroid, Pancreas, Breast cancer with brain metastases, Cervical cancers, Lymphoma, Leukemia and many others.

Viral diseases include Mononucleosis (EBV) reversed in 24 – 48 hours. Coxsackie B virus, Herpes, HIV, and upper respiratory viruses.

Recent Completed Research

The newest research in cancer indicates involvement of bacteria and parasites including Chlamydia, borrellia and mycoplasm. In tumor cells, the acidic conditions cause pathogenic changes in normally non-pathogenic bacteria allowing them to release tumor growth factors as well as affecting the immune system.

Some of these bacteria and parasites appear to be pleomorphic, living inside cells including leukocytes, lymphocytes and red blood cells (erythrocytes). We are presently investigating identification of these pathogens and methods for their eradication. This work is being carried out in the UK and the USA and may lead to many exciting and effective new treatments for cancer.

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