the experts on Alsihum's anti-cancer effect

Al Leyva, Ph.D., Director
Cancer Pharmacology Lab
Kansas City, MO

"Our initial results showing that the plant extracts from C.E.D. Tech do contain cytotoxic substances with differential effects against several human tumor cell lines. Very encouraging are the tests with 3 of the plant extracts showing cytotoxic effects in 8 tumor specimens obtained from patients, even when the tumor shows resistance to conventional anti-cancer drugs."

Warren Z. Jacobson, MD, Director of Gastroenterology
Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel

"I am familiar with CED Tech's research. . . in the field of ancient medicines. With these ancient writings in combination with modern herbal formulas, they have developed several formulas, and I find them to have a very substantial scientific basis. I am very impressed with the results of the treatments.

Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D., Director Healing Choices Consultation Service
Author of: "Cancer Therapy"; "Questioning Chemotherapy"; "The Cancer Industry"
Advisor to the National Institute of Health, Office of Alternative Medicine

"Alzium is no secret nostrum in the usual sense of the word. CED Tech's orientation is to put together a traditional formula, some of whose components work by killing cancer cells, while others support the natural defenses of the body. I am very excited about the potential of this product"

*The name, "Alzium", has been changed to Alsihum due trademark issues. No change has been made to the patented product formula.