If you are a patient on GcMAF, please check back here regularly for new information.
Please note that we are manufacturing biomedical scientists, not doctors and if at any time you feel you want to discontinue Gc MAF or to see a physician, please do so. We do NOT suggest you abandon any life saving treatment. If you are on rigorous medications, always confer with your specialist and ask for progress reports before making any changes to your treatment regime.
1. For stage one, a standard dose of 0.25ml GOleic a week, for stage 2 two doses a week, late stage 4 up to a full 1ml a day. The more the better. 2ml a day has been taken without side effects.
2. 10,000iu of vitamin D a day,
3. Eat white meat, fish and vegetables,
4. No sugar or carbohydrates (so no cereals or bread etc) which feed cancer.
5. If your weight drops below your perfect weight for your height, take Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) or Master Amino Acid Pattern (MAP) from a vitamin shop instead.
If you add drugs to this, the more you add the more you will reduce your chances of success. More is less.
We are just as successful with pancreatic cancer, and with our two multiple myeloma cases, but it takes doses of two ml a day initially. We’ve done laboratory experiments on leukemia which indicate we should get good results, that too will need 2 ml doses, but intense chemotherapy does make leukemia treatment fail.
Avoid the five main causes of cancer
1. Too much sugar
2. Lack of vitamin D3
2. Poor nutrition lacking in amino acids and trace metals,
4. Lack of oxygen and exercise,
5. Severe shock stress.
From GcMAF’s discovery in 1990 until 2013, 0.25ml of GcMAF a week was recommended, because it was thought GcMAF only rebuilt the immune system and activated macrophages, where it has a half life of 6 days. In 2013 we carried out laboratory research and published research papers in which we found 3 new actions of GcMAF in the brain, and 4 on cancer. These have a half life of 3 days. So for cancer we now suggest at least two 0.25 doses of GcMAF a week, which is enough for good responders. In our Treatment Centre the maximum we give is 4ml, two vials a day for 2 days only, because the body cannot transport cancer debris away at that level. The most we give continually is 2ml a day.
If you are treating an infection or a cold, give one 0.25-0.5 shot only. It may be gone in 36 hours. If you take shots every day, the immune system will be kept high, producing mucous and maintaining the symptoms long after the cold should have left.
Stay away from: sugar, which feeds cancer, carbohydrates which turn into sugar; and grains beans and potatoes, which also contain cancer inducing lectins and poisons – wheat is the worst. Avoid soya milk which blocks the absorbance of trace metals.
Some sweeteners are damaging in other ways – asparthame lowers your immune system; even Splenda is a chlorocarbon like DDT – See http://www.wnho.net/splenda_chlorocarbon.htm.
The best appears to be the natural plant sweetener Stevia, to which they add relatively harmless maltodextrin for supermarkets. Second best is saccharin.
If you have a root canal, you are advised to have that tooth removed. (See article)
Avoid molybdenum, which makes breast cancer grow. The richest sources of molybdenum are legumes, including beans, peas, lentils and soybeans. Nuts, leafy vegetables and grains like oats, wheat and rice also contain ample amounts.
And ordinary milk contains estrogen, which is a growth factor for uterine cancer, and for breast cancer but less so.
Stage 4 cancer
GcMAF has six attacks on cancer; four direct, where its half life is three days. So most importantly increase the GcMAF dosage, and put into different parts of the body at least twice a week. As a macrophage activator its half life is 5 days (the half life of macrophages is 6 days). These 5 attacks start up in within minutes. You can see the increase in activity in the spleen on live scans. The sixth attack, the immune system, is fully rebuilt by GcMAF in 3 weeks. IV by a doctor is best.
If you can have surgery to reduce tumour mass, do so, but make sure you are on GcMAF for at least three weeks before the surgery, so that your rebuilt immune system can prevent secondaries caused by cancer cells released by surgery settling elsewhere.
And then keep the GcMAF up for 8 weeks after scans show your tumours are gone, or nagalase first drops below 0.65.
Many autistic choldren have very high levels of vitamin D3, and low levels of vitamin D2. We do not recommend vitamin D3 in autism without a vitamin D bloodtest.
We don’t do well with Lyme. The viruses conceal themselves with biofilms and block the VDR (as does HIV), but the dosage is the same as for ME/CFS.
GcMAF is effective at restoring the immune system, and therefore against viral diseases. Most people are surprised that injection of GcMAF is a non event. It can be stored frozen in a freezer at about -20 when it will last nearly 10 years. Don’t refreeze. Then after first used, store at + 4 degrees C, the temperature of a kitchen fridge, for 8 weeks.
Each vial of GcMAF contains 2.2 ml, enough for 8 shots of 0.25ml each, one shot a week. A course for stage one/two cancer is typically 24 weeks, stage four 52 weeks. (If you double dose, take a full shot every 3.5 days.) Autistic children should start on 0.03ml.
Buy a bag of 10 x 0.3ml (one third of a mililitre) insulin syringes; (1.0ml is still suitable) from the internet at around €2.50. Diabetics use these syringes to inject themselves, and they are quite common.
Injection can be either SC (sub cutaneous) or IM (Intra-muscular of into muscle).
How to do a sub- cutaneous injection:
1. A subcutaneous injection is a shot given into the fat layer between the skin and muscle. Subcutaneous injections are used to give small amounts and certain kinds of medicine.
2. There are 3 parts to a syringe: the needle, the barrel, and the plunger. The needle goes into your skin. The barrel holds the medicine and has markings on it like a ruler. The markings are for milliliters (mL). The plunger is used to get medicine into and out of the syringe.
3. Insulin syringes: hold a maximum of 1 mL of medicine. The syringe has markings from 10 to 100. The marking at 100 is the same as 1 mL. The marking at 50 is the same as ½ mL.
4. The Abdomen: Uncover your abdomen. You may give an injection within the following area: below the waist to just above the hip bone and from the side to about 2 inches from the belly button. Avoid the belly button.
5. Pinch your skin and fat and put the needle into the fat and inject the full volume.
6. Clean and place and tape over the area.
How to do an inter-muscular injection:
Firstly unpack and assemble the needle; i.e. push the needle on to the syringe; it may need a clockwise twist on.
Ensure the plunger is pushed down into the syringe to the bottom,
Shake the vial gently, but never remove the rubber seal on top.
Push the syringe until the needle is just through the rubber; rotate the vial and needle so that the vial is upside down with the needle underneath it, with the end of the needle completely submerged in the GcMAF.
Holding the syringe, pull the plunger back at least to the 0.3 mark on the syringe; GcMAF will now be in the needle; but if there is air in the syringe remove it thus:
Keeping the needle in the vial, with the vial still upside down, so you don’t waste any GcMAF, push the plunger back into the vial to the 0.25 mark; all the air should be gone. If not, repeat the process until you get the hang of it, and you have 0.25 ml with no air.
Then pull the whole syringe out of the vial.
You can swab your skin where you plan to inject with an antiseptic wipe; if you are allergic to antiseptics then you may not wish to. But your skin should be clean.
It is easiest to inject at an angle of about 45 degrees to your skin, i.e. slantwise. You may be surprised how painless this is. Push the needle in until about three quarters of it has disappeared, then slowly push the plunger all the way in. When you are sure the plunger is all the way down, pull the syringe out.
That’s it. Take the needle off the syringe, put it in its plastic holder, and dispose of it.
Our GcMAF is fully tested (assayed). You will not get a bump on the injection site, because there is no bacteria in it. You will not get headaches because it is genuine GcMAF; see “Side effects” on the left of the gcmaf.asia front page for the side effects you will get.
You may become tired within 2-4 hours of the injection as though you are fighting off flu; this is your immune system springing in to life. If your immune system is low, it may take some weeks to get to this stage. Some never experience the tiredness.
In 0.3 percent of cases GcMAF causes your immune system to overproduce histamine; if you get symptoms buy some anti-histamine from any chemist (it’s a hay fever remedy).
GcMAF needs normal levels of vitamin D3 to function fully; we recommend 10,000 IU daily. Vitamin C in large quantities helps. Eat the ‘Caveman Diet’: meat, fish, vegetables and fruit. No sugar, grains beans or potatoes.
If you can, avoid medications that block or destroy the immune system (eg chemotherapy, steroids). Check Avoid while on GcMAF for a full list.
Remember, don’t freeze GcMAF unless you are not going to use it for at least some weeks.
There is nothing you need to avoid while on GcMAF.
Worldwide there are six billion healthy people with GcMAF inside them, and you can take anything with our GcMAF that they can. So we are not aware of any contra indications for GcMAF itself.
But there are contra indications for your immune system, which you are trying to rebuild. Generally, do not take medications unless you have to.
So, for the sake of your immune system
You should continue with any supplements that help the immune system. Anti-histamine is fine.
However, try to avoid anything that suppresses your immune system (or you may nullify the good effects of GcMAF:)
LDN appears to stop the action of GcMAF.
Externally administered heparin (used to stop blood clots) can completely block GcMAF.
Aspartame -the well known sweetener – can negatively interact with your intestinal microflora and reduce your immune defences
All kinds of Corticosteroids (Prednisolon, Prednisone, Betapred, Solu-Cortef, Solu-Medrol etc). So avoid Cortisone and steroids if possible.
Anti- inflammatory drugs should be avoided. (NSAIDs like Ibuprofen, Diklofenalk. Celebrex Aspirin etc should be taken in moderation.)
Cytotoxic medications or chemotherapy (Cyclophosphamide (Sendoxan) Etoposide (Vepesid) Metotrexat, Taxotere, Taxol, Navelbine etc etc) although there is some evidence GcMAF may reduce the side effects and the damage these poisons do.
Morphine (Morfine) analogs, (Morfin, Tramadole, kodeine, Fentanylplasters, Oxynorm, Oxycodon etc). Take buprenorphine instead.
Dr Yamamoto also warns against beta blockers (seloken, Selo-Zok etc)
Carrageenan (Chocomel) can block macrophage (gcMAF) activity. Also known as E407 or E407a.
Remember, in men, high cortisol will cause a man to lose his testosterone down the road because cortisol will block testosterone from working at the cell receptor sites. A man will lose his sex drive and be 15 kgs overweight. He will frequently have high cholesterol and high triglycerides. It’s a perfect setup for a heart attack.
1. Sunbathe whenever you can. We recommend 10,000 IU (225 micrograms) of vitamin D3 a day. On a blood test, you want to aim for a vitamin D level of 60-80 ng/ml,which is about 150 nmol/l (multiply by 2.496). Our participants who do well all have high vitamin D levels (and the rate of tumour mass reduction drops as winter approaches)
80 percent of cancer, CFS and HIV patients have low levels of vitamin D (under 30ng/ml). One day of sunbathing gives you 20,000 IU of Vitamin D. But GcMAF needs normal levels of vitamin D (40ng/ml+) to fully function.
Laboratory tests have shown GcMAF is 2.5 times more effective with normal levels of vitamin D.
Do not stop GcMAF until after your nagalase gets below 0.65, when your own GcMAF will take over again.
2. Take plenty of exercise, preferably in the sunshine, and breathe deeply. This gets oxygen around, and disease cannot stand it.
3. Drink at least 4 pints or 2.5 litres of water during a day.
4. Proper nutrition is essential. Get your PINI score checked. Its a blood test, and its: Alpha 1 acid glycoprotein x C-reactive protein / albumin x prealbumin. It should be below one. Eat plenty of lipids, the food of your immune system (see below)
5. High dose vitamin C – 25,000 IU during a day. Better still, get your doctor to give it IV. There are synergistic effects with GcMAF Or up to 10 grams (10,000mg) ascorbic acid. (Side effects appear at 50 grams a day.)
6. Detoxing: Emulsified vitamin A, selenium and vitamin E. This is for the lymphatic system to carry away wastes, and is important. Non responders can respond if they take Chlorella with cod liver oil that has correct ratios of vitamins A to D. This binds to heavy metals and chelates them out and also offers absorption of missing minerals.
7. Maintain an alkaline PH in your body. A teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in water once a day or vegetables like pureed asparagus and broccoli. Broccoli sprouts are particularly good
8. DCA and Tallberg powders (which we supply) Vitamin B 17 (Apricot kernels), zinc, B17′s transport mechanism.
9. GcMAF performs better in the presence of oleic acid. Its an Omega 9 oil, the best source is olive oil.
10. Drink green tea. See this Cancer cells in vitro research.
11. Curcumin, specifically turmeric, is helpful with melanoma and breast cancer.
The highest dose we give in the clinic is 16 shots or 4ml a day, but only for 2 days as the body cannot remove the cancer debris fast enough. Our maximum continuous dose is 2ml a day. But in ME/CFS, autism and Lyme, we recommend you start with a very low dose of 0.03ml.
Food for your immune system (and neurological system)
Dr Tomas Tallberg MD, head of the Helsinki Institute for Bioimmunotherapy, has published numerous research papers over the last 40 years which state that lipids are needed to rebuild your immune and central nervous system where the patient has cancer or autism.
He states you are unlikely to recover if you are on a fast food diet, vegan or vegetarian diets, or processed foods.
Your immune and neurological systems need to be fed with the right amino acids, trace metals and lipids if GcMAF is to rebuild them:
You need the original human caveman diet without red meat or fruits, ie white meat, fish vegetables, and the lipids provided by butter, cream, chicken liver, salmon, nuts coconut milk, offal. (Unfortunately the fastest place to get lipids from is canned (prion free) pigs brain ! Turn it in to a Pina Colada mix below.)
We soon expect to have specific powders containing the right amino acids and trace metals for the 6 cancer groups.
Suppression of allergic reactions by royal jelly in association with the restoration of macrophage function and the improvement of Th1/Th2 cell responses
Hideki Oka, , a, Yutaka Emoria, Naomi Kobayashia, Yoshiro Hayashia and Kikuo Nomotob
These results suggested that RJ suppressed antigen-specific Ig E production and histamine release from mast cells in association with the restoration of macrophage function and improvement of Th1/Th2 cell responses in DNP-KLH mice.
Royal jelly stops macrophages making cytokines
Editor note: Proinflammatory Cytokines as a result of immune activation can cause fatigue and weightloss. The study described below indicates that Royal Jelly might counteract those effects and contribute to your quality of life. Royal jelly inhibits the production of proinflammatory cytokines by activated macrophages.
In this study, we have examined the anti-inflammatory actions of royal jelly (RJ) at a cytokine level. When supernatants of RJ suspensions were added to a culture of mouse peritoneal macrophages stimulated with lipopolysaccharide and IFN-gamma, the production of proinflammatory cytokines, such as TNF-alpha, IL-6, and IL-1, was efficiently inhibited in a dose-dependent manner without having cytotoxic effects on macrophages. This suggests that RJ contains factor(s) responsible for the suppression of proinflammatory cytokine secretion. We named the factor for honeybees RJ-derived anti-inflammatory factor (HBRJ-AIF), and further investigated the molecular aspects of it. Size fractionation study showed that HBRJ-AIF is composed of substances of low ( 30 kDa) molecular weights, with the former being a major component. Chromatographic analysis showed that MRJP3 is one candidate for the HBRJ-AIF with high molecular weights. Thus, our results suggest that RJ has anti-inflammatory actions through inhibiting proinflammatory cytokine production by activated macrophages.