Fermented Wheat Germ Extract (FWGE) aka Avemar pulvis, is a new subject of concerning the treatment of cancer patients.  In Hungary, where it was developed, it is approved as a nutritiment for treating cancer patients.  

FWGE contains quinones, which are believed to prevent the growth of certain types of cancer cells, and inhibit them from spreading to other areas of the body.  Researchers have studied FWGE as a complement to chemotherapy and as a standalone cancer therapy for patients. Both groups saw significant improvement in their condition.  This is good news, be

cause unlike chemotherapy, FWGE is non-toxic.  However, more research is needed before it can be considered as a standalone option.  Dr. Phelts does a simple non-invasive test in his midtown Manhattan office, to see if FWGE may be an appropriate supplement for you to take.

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