Understanding, as well as possible modulation, of this mechanism involved in selective cancer cell death could be used as a model for providing safe and efficacious new therapies for cancers.
University of Rochester Cancer Center
Ukrain is a unique product that acts in at least two ways on cancer (by killing cells and by increasing the immune response).
Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D.
…Ukrain is capable of improving the general conditions and prolonging the lives of terminal cancer patients by boosting their immune systems and inhibiting tumour growth.
Douglas Brodie, M.D.
Our results suggest Ukrain as a potent drug for the treatment of unresectable pancreatic cancer.
Prof. H.G. Beger et al., University of Ulm, Langenbecks Arch Surg 2002 Mar;386(8):570-4
Robert C. Atkins, M.D.
- Ukrain-This substance is derived from a combination of a common weed called greater celandine(Chelidonium majus) and thiophosphoric acid (also called thiotepa, one of the original chemotherapeutic agents). This combination appears to neutralize the toxic effect of the alkaloids contained in the plant. By this method, Ukrain has been rendered almost completely nontoxic. Ukrain does not harm the body's healthy tissues and anti cancer defenses; to the contrary, it actually fortifies them.'
- "Ukrain is clearly a potent anticancer agent and also a very safe and supportive one," says Dr. Atkins. So it fits into our cancer treatment system very weil. Ukrain soon become recognized as alternative medicine's most effective nontoxic tumor destroyer." According to recent clinical studies, the optimal dosages for Ukrain appear to be 15 to 20 days of 5-20 mg Ukrain per injection, usually given 3 times a week, depending on the inpidual patient's condition.
Robert C. Atkins, M.D., contd.
Dr. Atkins advises doctors who work with advanced cancer patients to find the dose that causes a mild, tolerable febrile reacrion, as this seems to provide optimal response. Dr. Atkins regards Ukrain as the single best anticancer agent he has used to·date "Like chemotherapy, it kills cancer cells very weil but, unlike chemotherapy, it spares normal, healthl' tissue. If the medical community were willing to give it a try, Ukrain could replace chemotherapl' in treat. all cancers." The majority of terminal cancer patients would benefit fromUkrain through the reduction or stabilization of their cancers as well as through the consistent improvement in their immune cell counts that Ukrain produces, sal's Dr. Atkins. Of the first 52 people who came to the Atkins Center and were treated with Ukrain, 40 have achieved a sigllificant degree of benefit.
Douglas Brodie, M.D.
- The main advantage of Ukrain, Dr. Brodie says, is that apparently it selectively kills cancer cells, and not only does it do no harm to the body's defenses, it actually fortifies them.
- This compound, derived from a plant called greater celandine has shown powerful immune-stimulating effects in people with a variery of cancers. Based on studies of70 cancer patients, the most appropriate dosages for Ukrain appear to be 20 days of 5, 10, 15, or 20 mg ofUkrain per injection, each day or every other day, depending on the condition of the cancer patient.
Jesse Stoff, M.D.
Dr. Stoff frequently recommends the use ofUkrain, a derivative of celandine, for the treatment of cancer patients. "I use Ukrain for solid tumors such as breast, lung, and colon, as opposed to leukemia and myeloma," he says. "I have found that it can be beneficial even when used in combination with Taxol. Ukrain also supports liver function in important ways.“