The mission of the Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Research is to seek out promising, scientifically-validated alternative treatment methods, to actively educate the public about them and to provide funding toward research and development of new treatments.
Below are research opportunities, current and ongoing research, and published scientific articles on an alternative cancer therapy that the Foundation feels holds much promise in the realm of non-toxic nutritional therapy for cancer (both as a standalone and integrated treatment).
As our ongoing commitment to excellence in research, the Best Case Series was created to track and document the effectiveness of Poly-MVA (a dietary supplement) with cancer and quality of life. We are gathering data on patients who voluntarily elect to:
These patients must be monitored closely for the duration of the case study with customary laboratory and imaging data. The patient may withdraw from the study at any time and elect to use conventional treatment at any time during the study. For those patients who have financial hardship, Poly-MVA is available with assistance from Charity Research Organizations.
To date we have successfully tracked patients with several different types of cancer. You can view some of the case studies here. We are actively collecting information to assess the best possible outcome when using Poly-MVA. If you are a licensed health care provider who works with cancer patients and would like to participate in this endeavor, please contact the Research Coordinator, or Dr. Jorge Llamas, at 866-5-CANCER (866-522-6237) or by using the form on our Contact Us page.
The FACR, in conjunction with AMARC Enterprises, is conducting a Quality of Life Study. This research study aims to gather information on parameters such as energy, mood, efficacy and others. These will be tracked on a monthly basis in relation to the use of Poly-MVA.
To learn more about the Quality of Life Study, or to download the complete application, please click here.
I. The recent and continuing research on Poly-MVA and what it can accomplish with cancer and other diseases is solid and includes the following: