Disclaimer

Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult with your health care professional before undertaking any course of treatment.

We do not encourage anyone to take any of the abovementioned substances. NaDCA or DCA should be taken under medical supervision.  Everything that is written here are either our personal opinions and our subjective interpretation of data provided by the doctors from the University of Alberta and Medicor Cancer Centres. We do not take any responsibility for possible effects of taking DCA.

Please bear in mind that literature often defines NaDCA as DCA – it is just an abbreviation. If somebody writes about using DCA in humans or animals, it is certain that he or she relates to the neutralized acid – NaDCA.

We feel that it is our duty to inform you about sodium dichloroacetate or NaDCA (abbreviated as DCA or dichloroacetate) and its uses (e.g. the future possibility of using DCA as a treatment for various forms of cancer and trials conducted on humans and animals). On this site not only will you be able to find research data and many articles on the subject of DCA, but also buy the best quality Sodium Dichloroacetate (DCA).

Should you wish to take personal responsibility and use DCA on your own, we insist that you consult your physician. You have to be aware of the fact that not all doctors accept DCA as a drug and it may be prescribed formally only in few countries.

DCA may be described as a compound, a pure substance composed of two or more elements whose composition is constant, or as a simple molecule with two oxygens, two chlorines, and two carbons according to the University of Alberta.

If you are interested in learning more about DCA, feel free to browse the site and look for research publications on the topic.