Category Archives: Reference Materials

Revici’s Patents

I must be truthful with you. Dr Emanuel Revici’s textbook is damned hard to read, and it’s even harder to  keep yourself oriented to what he’s talking about at any particular moment… At least it was and is for me.

Making it even more difficult is the fact that you MUST have his corrections sheet or you will NEVER get his diagnostic tables to work out right – and as far as I know, my site is the only place other than the book I scanned it out of, that you will find a copy.

But, his U.S. Patents are extremely clear and concise. It is as if he left his recipes for anyone smart enough to track them down and use them. And the explanations of some of his theories are much easier to keep track of in his patents.

Because there seems to be a lot of interest in Dr Revici among those who visit this site, I’m going to upload copies of some of his patents – with my annotations on them – so that you who are interested can see if it makes more sense that way…..

You can find them here:


TSEL Patent

SECOL Patent

BS Patent

Tung Oil Deficient

Neoplastic Symptoms Patent

AntiNeoplastic Form Patent


You can find a copy of the errata sheet for his book here..



As always, I’ve done my best to interpret Dr Revici’s patents… but I am not Dr Revici, and I don’t guarantee that I got it right… Hopefully, you will find the information helpful.




Emanuel Revici’s Book – ‘Research in Physiopathology As Basis of Guided Chemotherapy – With Special Application To Cancer’

This book was written by Dr Revici to explain his theories and to show results of his cancer treatments. It’s difficult to find a copy, although there is an online copy available that you can read.

You can read the online version here:

Or, you can read and download the book by clicking the file links below. These files are pdfs of the book organized by chapter.

If I were you I’d definately save copies of these files so that you will always have access to them.

Dr Revici was quite controversial! Many people from a broad spectrum of backgrounds thought he was a genius. Influential elements of the mainstream medical community portrayed him as a quack and worked very hard to destroy him.

I present this info without comment beyond the fact that I’m trying to understand his work, and the pdf files were manually generated so that I could more easily access and read them.

Warning, it’s a very big book.

EmanuelReviciPart1, ERChapter1, ERChapter2, ERChapter3, ERChapter4, ERChapter5, ERChapter6, ERChapter7, ERChapter8, ERChapter9, ERChapter10, ERChapter11, ERChapter12, ERChapter13, ERChapter14, ERChapter15, ERChapter16, Notes1, Notes2, Notes3, Notes4, ReviciErrata

Again, I’m crazy. But I find Dr Revici’s story and theories quite compelling and interesting.

Results of Screening of Medicinal Herbs for Tumoricidal Properties

Every once in awhile I run across a journal article that I end up reading and re-reading over and over again.

This is one of those articles –

In Vitro Screening for the Tumoricidal Properties of International Medicinal Herbs. Elizabeth A. Mazzio and Karam F. A. Soliman. Phytother Res. 2009 March ; 385-398. doi:10.1002/ptr.2636.

and you can get a free copy of it at this web address:

The study appears to have been done very well, and their article provides ranking and tumoricidal concentration data for a vast number of herbal substances that have been reported to be useful for the treatment of cancers.

Although the rankings provide numerous surprises, the convergence of their data with the ingredients of past healer’s elixers is quite interesting….. and, yes… a Boswellia extract is included in their analysis and scored as one of the most potent tumoricidal agents.

As always, don’t run off and start chewing on grass based on what this report says… Talk to your physician, take this report to him or her and discuss the results with her/him. Recruit his/her assistance to help you or help you find someone who is knowledgeable enough to consult with you regarding your particular circumstances and physiological conditions.

I’m a Pharmacist. Pharmacists Pharmacist. Physicians Physician. As it should be.

Proposed Mechanisms For Aspirin and Other NSAIDs Reduction of Cancer Risk

This post will be short.

Every once in awhile I come across a journal article that I feel establishes a new reference point for understanding of a phenomenon.

This article is one of those them – , and you can get a copy of it for free.

It is a review article, and pulls together a lot of other teams’ research results to support their proposal of two paths through which COX-2 enzyme pathways and the P53 tumor suppressor protein might interact to allow or prevent cancer occurence. It also discusses how the NSAIDs, aspirin, and COX2 Inhibitors might impact these two pathways to lower cancer risk.

The reference for the article is:

Emanuela de Moraes, Nazir Ahmad Dar, Claudia Vitoria de Moura Gallo, and Pierre Hainaut. 2007. Cross-talks between cyclooxygenase-2 and tumor suppressor protein p53: Balancing life and death during inflammatory stress and carcinogenesis. Int J Cancer: 121, 929-937.

The reading is a little challenging if you’re not a pharmacist, scientist, etc… but… I think lots of people might find it interesting anyway.