There is no scientific evidence to support the use of 714X.
714X is a chemical mixture that was developed by Gaston Naessens, a French biologist from Canada. Although several claims have been made for 714X, such as cancer regression and revitalizing the immune system, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration analyzed the contents of 714X and found that it contains relatively inactive ingredients: 94% water, 5% nitrate, and tiny amounts of sodium, chloride, and camphor. Whereas such a mixture may not be harmful to the body, there are no data to show that 714X can treat cancer or HIV.
There is no scientific evidence to support the claims below:
To prevent and treat cancer
To treat chronic fatigue syndrome
To treat HIV and AIDS
To relieve muscle pain
To treat rheumatoid arthritis
To treat lupus
714X is not legal in the United States. The F.D.A. has prosecuted Americans caught selling this product.
Injection site reactions such as redness, swelling, and soreness have been reported.
The manufacturer of 714X, Cerbe, Inc., warns that combining 714X with vitamin B12, vitamin E, shark cartilage or bovine cartilage may reduce its effectiveness.
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