I received a newsletter from Dr. Hulda Clark with several subjects.
One of them was this (Machine translation from German):
Old drug against cancer discovered in Canada
Dichloroacetic Acid, briefly DCA, was used during decades to the treatment of some of the rare illnesses.
Dr. Evangelo Michelaki of the university of Alberta in Canada has mixed it in the drinking water of the rats who suffered
from tumours. Within weeks the tumours shrank, without side effects appeared – with brain cancer as well as with breast
cancer and lung cancer.
This old drug permits to the cells her original function to take up again and to initiate the normal cell death (Apoptosis).
Dedicate yourself, however, not to the illusion that the pharmaceutical industry will begin in the close future to investigate
the potential of this material further. It cannot become patented and also costs only couple of cents per dose.
Hence, the other investigation or licensing is not worthwhile, and it is not available as an admitted drug in chemist's shops
and chemist's shops.
Info about DCA
Info about DCA at Wikipedia