The Drs. Banerji, three generations, have seen so many patients that they analyzed the results and were able to formulate homeopathic remedies that are used like regular medicines. This approach eliminates the guesswork involved in using classical homeopathy. The remedies I have tried for four conditions have worked very well. It is very helpful to be given a specific remedy with the dose and frequency of administration determined.
The Banerji Protocols have drawn attention internationally, and the Banerji Protocols for cancers of various types--including brain cancer--are being investigated by prominent US medical institutions such as MD Anderson, in Texas, and the National Cancer Institute, in Bethesda, Maryland.
Here is what the Drs. Prasanta and Pratip Banerji write about Ruta graveolens and Calcium phospate:
"Both in vivo and in vitro results showed induction of survival-signaling pathways in normal lymphocytes, and the induction of death-signaling pathways in brain cancer cells. Cancer cell death was initiated by telomere erosion and completed through mitotic catastrophe events. [Cancer cell division was disrupted and inhibited.] We proposed that Ruta, in combination with Ca3(PO4)2 [Calcium phosphate], could be used for effective treatment of all types of brain cancers, particularly glioma." (p. 16)
"Rutin, the active ingredient of Ruta, is known for its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory activities, and also for reducing oxidative damage in a rodent model. In addition, Ruta is also known to protect from DNA strand breaks and to prevent mutagenesis. Calcium phosphate activates phospholipase, which cleaves a membrane bound molecule that activates protein kinase C." (p. 17)
This book is worth the price!
It's really amazing what these guys have accomplished and are doing. There are about 260 protocols in the book. Hopefully at some point they'll put out a second book, though, because not every protocol is in the book. Evidently they wanted to get the most important ones out there so they went ahead and published.