PNC-27 is a protein linked by peptide bonds. In various studies around the world, it has been shown to be effective in targeting certain types of cancers, such as leukemia, breast, melanoma and pancreatic.
What is PNC?
PNC is a set of proteins designed to attach to malformed or undifferentiated cells and kill them via cell necrosis.
PNC proteins were theorized and then created using a super computer in New York by Dr. Matthew Pincus and Dr. Joseph Michl of Suny Downstate Medical Center. ¹
Research Studies on PNC-27 for Cancer
Continue reading to learn how Earth Clinic readers fared with they tried PNC-27 for cancer and let us know if you’ve tried this protein, which is not available in the USA at this time.