Cancerfighter’s Weblog

Alternative cancer therapies and ideas

methyl jasmonate cure

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 6, 2008

Reprinted from Steve Martin writes:

I was contacted by a guy whose wife has stage four lung cancer. This is terminal and the oncologists won’t treat her any more. He wanted methyl jasmonate for her treatment. I told him that MJ was her only hope since it could be inhaled directed into the lungs with a simple steam inhaler. He didn’t have a PayPal account so his friend sent me the money. His friend, a woman named Georgie, is a real character. She told me that he knows that his wife is going to die, but he has to do something.

Well…the MJ worked and in a very short period of time.

This woman was confined to a wheel chair. She couldn’t walk. Hell, she could barely breathe. She had such poor lung capacity that in the beginning she couldn’t finish the weekly MJ/steam treatments.

A few days ago she visited her primary physician. With the help of a walker, she walked into his office under her own power. No wheel chair. He couldn’t believe it. Her energy level is returning, she is more alert, and her lung functioning is almost back to normal. There is no question that MJ is inducing necrosis in her massive lung tumors. Otherwise, there is NO way that she could rebound this quickly. Programed cell death is a very slow process, but necrosis is immediate.

And they want to go on the record with their MJ treatments. They want the world to know that maybe, just maybe, lung cancer can be defeated with a simple compound like inhaled methyl jasmonate.

And that’s pretty cool.

After she regains her strength and lung capacity back, maybe they can get a PET or CAT scan to positively document the reduction in tumor load. That would be incredible.

In the last few weeks, I have discussed the importance of targeting cancer stem cells in the treatment of cancer and leukemias. These cells are resistant to programmed cell death induced by chemo drugs and radiation. BUT, and this is a critical point, NO cell is resistant to a reduction in ATP levels resulting in necrosis. Methyl jasmonate is the most powerful inhibitor of ATP synthesis (necrosis) yet identified.

We are getting closer and closer every day to developing simple effective treatments for the treatment of cancers and leukemias.

Note: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (2012) is now available – see

“I can now recommend this book to my group as the book to read.”


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