New cancer fighting drug to be introduced

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Wednesday February 29, 2012 – A new cancer fighting drug is expected to be introduced to St. Lucia next month.

The drug, Vidatox 30CH, made from the venom of a scorpion indigenous to Cuba, will be introduced to the country by a team from Cuba’s Labiofam Entrepreneurial Group, the Cuban Government’s arm of medical and biological research in Cuba.

The team is on a Caribbean tour to promote the drug, which was researched over the last 15 years, throughout the region, with St. Lucia being their first stop from March 7 to 9.

Following the upcoming visit, the drug should become available to over the counter to cancer patients looking for relief and a cure from cancer diseases.

Vidatox 30CH assists with prolonging the life of cancer patients by boosting their immune systems, reducing their pain, and in some instances destroying cancerous tumours. This includes tumours found in the pancreas, bone marrow, prostate, lungs and other organs. Click here to receive free news bulletins via email from Caribbean360. (View sample)