Dear Mr. Obama, USA’s presidente, here in Brasil (I write with “s”) a chemical researcher called Gilberto Orivaldo Chierice developed sintetic phosphoetanolamine and since last 25 years he has used it in terminating cancer patients with surprising results.
Sintetic phosphoetanolamine is cheap, costs about US$ 0,02 each capsule, can be easily synthetized in anywhere in world, and has no undesirable effects. Its function is simply to mark the carcinogen cells in order to immunological system eliminate them. So, phosphoetanolamine can’t be used together with chemical and/or radioterapies today usually used, because these treatments reduce immunological system actions.
Here in Brasil this discovery is causing a fight between pharmaceutic industry and medical class against Chierice, who doesn’t want money by his invention, which is patented since 25 years ago. The pharmaceutic industry refuse to make the substance for people consumption and medical class claim enough tests, what never was made in 25 years. Terminating patients enter with juridical processes in order to obtain the substance, which is only produced in University of São Carlos/SP. There are countless of patients who returned from death’s edge, given up by doctors, because they decide by theirselves to use the phosphoetanolamine as their last hope.
I suggest, please I ask, the you determine that somebody from your government came to Brasil in order to investigate the sintetic phosphoetanolamine and all its dramatic environment. This is a subject of great international importance. Otherwise develop this substance in your laboratories and test its efficacy in your patients. Phosphoetanolamine can be easily sythetized. Please don’t ignore this message, it is in true a denunciation.
I write in English with a little electronic dictionary installed in my computer. Please forgive my English, I know that it is improved.
Kind regards. I sincerely desire long life to you.
Renato Neubert de Souza (email@example.com)
Phone 0055 12 3027-6543.
Location: São José dos Campos/SP – Brasil