Antineoplaston therapy

Antineoplaston therapy is an alternative and controversial cancer therapy available in America, which was developed by Dr S R Burzynski in the 1970s.

Antineoplastons are chemical compounds found naturally in blood and urine. Some people claim that these compounds have anti-cancer properties.

There is no scientific evidence to support these claims.

For more information, please see the Antineoplastons page within Treatment for brain tumours (adults) - Antineoplastons

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