Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. It is estimated that one in eight women will be affected by this cancer in her lifetime. Very rarely, breast cancer can affect men as well (1% of cases). There are several types of breast cancer. Among the two most common are the non-invasive cancer that forms inside the breast lactation ducts and the invasive cancer that affects the tissues around these channels. The latter is more likely to spread in the breast and to other organs if it is not cared for quickly.
Apart from a hard lump in the breast, the most common early sign of breast cancer is a change to the look and feel of the nipple or a nipple discharge. Redness or dimpling of the skin of the breast or under the arms are also signs. In all cases, if breast cancer is detected early, it can be treated well by removing the affected area of the breast.
Mirko Beljanski, PhD shared the same passion that drives the fearless explorer, the patient archaeologist or the innovative inventor: the passion for discovery. At the Pasteur Institute, where he specialized in the field of cellular biology and carcinogenesis, he pursued his lifelong dream of bringing Nature and Science together to improve the health and well-being of people.

The fame of Dr. Beljanski exceeded the limits of The Pasteur Institute and soon after his first discoveries, Dr. Mirko Beljanski was invited to China by a group of scientists to help them with their research. The result of the collaboration went above and beyond expectations. Upon leaving, Dr. Beljanski was presented with a large sample box filled with many of China’s finest teas including Ceylon Green, Bi Luo Chun, Organic Gunpowder and Dragonwell.

The gift was a thoughtful present as at the time as tea was already associated with valuable antioxidant properties, but Dr. Beljanski was determined to test his samples for specific anti-cancer properties.

Once back in his laboratory, Dr. Beljanski subjected each sample to his famous Oncotest to reveal their anti-cancer properties. Dr. Beljanski wrote down the results on a piece of paper and filed it in a drawer for a later use, where it stayed for over a decade.

Years later, after the passing of Dr. Beljanski, the list was found and next to four of the teas Dr. Beljanski had written a note “very very anti-C!”

The image below is directly from the notebook of Dr. Beljanski:

To find out more information on this story please read Sylvie Beljanski’s book, Winning the War on Cancer.

This handwritten note was the catalyst for The Beljanski Foundation to take the next step and test the activity of these four green teas against human breast cancer cells. Green teas have long been associated with anti-oxidant and anti-cancer benefits, but could Beljanski’s results for the specific teas he used be reproduced within a modern day laboratory? Would a combination of all four teas yield a superior result? How would the four-tea combination compare to other widely available teas when tested side by side?

Can the blend of four-green teas help fight breast cancer? Is it asking too much of a tea to have a real effect in cancer prevention? Current models of carcinogenesis—how cancer starts—tell us that the first stages most often occur by the gradual, but persistent exposure to carcinogens in our environment, which is exactly what Dr. Beljanski stated forty years ago. Many of these carcinogens get into our cells, bind to our DNA and have a harmful effect on DNA structure, which is exactly the point of environmental medicine. After chronic interactions with carcinogens the DNA is destabilized, no longer structurally healthy, and the two strands of the duplex are sporadically separated making the DNA more vulnerable to the onset of cancer.

But if cancer starts by gradual buildup of DNA destabilization, might daily consumption of a mix of green teas with relatively potent anti-cancer effect be part of the antidote? It takes years for the DNA damage associated with cancer to develop and the habitual consumption of a tea with “very, very anti-cancer” effect can indeed be part of a prevention strategy.

  • All Green Teas are Not Equal in Anti-Cancer Effect

    All Green Teas are Not Equal in Anti-Cancer Effect:  Research shows that a special green tea blend is more effective against breast cancer.



    The results of a new study comparing the anti-cancer effects of several well-known teas has shown that a newly developed blend of green teas was superior at inhibiting the growth of two breast cancer cell lines, including one highly metastatic cell line. This blend combines four different green teas: Ceylon Green, Bi Lou Chun, Organic Gunpowder and Dragonwell.

    Blend of teas selected by Mirko Beljanski

    The anti-cancer potential of each of these teas was originally identified by Prof. M. Beljanski of the Pasteur Institute using the Oncotest, an assay he developed for detecting carcinogenic and anti-carcinogenic compounds. The new study confirms the activity of a combination of the four green teas against breast cancer cells.

    Green teas have long been associated with anti-oxidant and anti-cancer benefits, but the new research shows that the activity of this specific combination stands out. When tested against other teas including Bigelow®, Kusmi®, and Lipton®, the four green tea blend had the most potent anti-cancer effect on the cultured breast cancer cells. Data in the figure below show the viability of the breast cancer cell lines after exposure to extracts of each of the teas tested (400 micrograms/ml). The green tea blend (OnkoTeaTM) was the best at reducing the number of breast cancer cells.

    Onkotea and breast cancer

    This research was conducted at a prominent medical center that has conducted many successful projects on behalf of The Beljanski Foundation.  Further research is planned to explore the effects of the green tea blend on other types of cancer.

The Oncotest has been used to discover other anti-cancer plant extracts.

Before testing the green teas, Beljanski used the Oncotest to discover two plant extracts, Pao pereira (also known as PB-100) and Rauwolfia vomitoria. Beljanski’s research and the research of other laboratories have demonstrated that both extracts are selectively active against a broad spectrum of cancers from all organs in both men and women. Neither extract induces negative side effects or toxicity.  Regarding breast cancer, Beljanski found that both extracts were active against breast cancer cells—just like the green tea essay (reference publication 133).

Pao pereira is known to produce apoptosis (death of cancer cells) while rauwolfia inhibits the replication cycle of cancer cells. More over rauwolfia is especially active with hormonal dependent tissues (including breast, prostate, and thyroid). It makes sense therefore to use them together as recommended by Dr. Markovitch’s protocols and reported by many others.

The green tea extract, while less potent than the Pao and Rauwolfia plant extracts, is expected to share the same pattern of anti-cancer activity, meaning that it will suppress the growth of most types of cancer.

This research was conducted at a prominent medical center that has conducted many successful projects on behalf of The Beljanski Foundation. Further research is planned to explore the anti-cancer effects of this blend of four green teas.

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  • Breast Cancer – Henriette B.

    BOUCHET Henriette

    Her story against Breast Cancer by Dr. Morton Walker

    For homemaker Henriette B., the myriad of methods for treating breast cancer were of little concern until October 1986, when Madame B. discovered a tiny lump in her right breast. A week later the growth had disappeared, so she paid no more attention to it. But the memory remained.

    Mrs. B., like most women, knew that any thickening in any section of the breast could be indicative of malignancy. She counted herself lucky that nothing came from the lump’s presence—it just got rid of itself.

    Then in February of the following year, a small hollow area or indentation showed up directly in the same area of her right breast. Just under the indentation she found a small growth, the size of a pimple. But the gynecologist who had been attending to her hormonal needs for over twenty-five years refused to acknowledge that any abnormality of the breast was present. “He told me that everything was just fine,” explained Mme. B.
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  • Breast Cancer – Mr. Claude F.

    FRERE Claude

    December 9, 2005, I discovered a lump in the left breast. I got a diagnosis through an ultrasound and biopsy. The verdict was cancer, and my doctor suggested sessions of chemotherapy and radiation.

    After reflection, and because I didn’t feel comfortable with this treatment, in February 2006, I consulted another doctor who gave me more hope. This doctor recommended the Beljanski’s ingredients associated with the Breusse cure. On February 11, I started taking 18 capsules per day: 6 capsules 3 times a day, a half hour before each meal: 2 capsules of Pao pereira extract + 2 capsules Rauwolfia vomitoria extract + 2 capsules of Golden leaf of Ginkgo biloba extract.

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  • Breast Cancer – Genevieve T.

    Breast Cancer

    “Breast cancer was discovered in April 2005, and I had an operation in July 2005.

    The carcinome had spread, was grade 3, and my lymph nodes were very swollen. I refused treatment the first time, and then I agreed to radiation sessions. I stopped after 13 sessions. My body and my mind could no longer handle it. I met a young, attentive oncologist and told her that I would do chemotherapy only if the cancer became metastatic. She called me in September 2005 when the metastases began. I did three of the six sessions. The diagnosis of the specialists were unanimous, and they estimated that I wouldn’t live beyond Spring 2006.

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  • Breast Cancer – Monique de P.

    Breast Cancer

    I am a patient with breast cancer. I underwent a complete mastectomy, but there remained a lump in the pectoral muscle, where they could not operate because it would do too much damage.

    I underwent a treatment called ARIMIDEX, which was not effective. My cancer was complicated, with bone metastases. The doctor decided on a drip chemotherapy, which did not reassure me, knowing the side effects, as I am a nurse.

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  • Breast cancer – Mrs. Irène P.

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