GcMAF: Another Suppressed Cancer Treatment?

Reports have been circulating around the natural health community of a compound known as Gc-protein derived macrophage activating factor, or GcMAF, and its remarkable effects on cancer.

One of these is a video clip (above) of an in vitro attack of macrophages, a type of immune cell, which have been treated with GcMAF against human breast cancer cells. This can be best described by the common internet meme caption of “nom nom nom,” as the clusters of cancer cells are mercilessly devoured. Fortunately for humans, research on real patients has shown that its effects are not confined to a laboratory.