CNN: Possible Benefits for Cancer Patients

Miracle Fruit

Miracle Fruit

CNN reports that a Miami hospital is studying whether miracle fruit can restore the cialis brand name appetite of cancer patients, whose sense of taste has been dulled by chemotherapy.

“What happens in patients is the viagra non prescription food tastes so metallic and viagra through canada bland, it becomes repulsive,” said Dr. Mike Cusnir, a lead researcher on the buy cialis fedex shipping project and purchase viagra online oncologist at Mount Sinai Medical Center. “Most of the discount viagra patients undergoing chemotherapy have weight loss. Then they cut further into their diet and cialis professional 100 mg then this furthers the viagra tablet weight weight loss. It causes malnutrition, decreased function of the body and viagra rx in canada electrolyte imbalance.”

One of Cusnir’s patients, Don Blechman, told him about the cialis once daily fruit after discovering it while he and discount canadian cialis his wife volunteered at a tropical fruit garden in Coral Gables, Florida.

“We didn’t need it, but we thought it’s wonderful and buy cheap cialis told a lot of people,” said his wife, Terry Blechman. “If you can’t eat because everything tastes bitter, and one berry gives you back your taste for a meal, what is it worth? It’s worth everything.”

Cusnir addresses the buy cialis online patient feedback thus far:

“The majority have given good feedback that it did improve taste,” Cusnir said. “A few patients felt there wasn’t much change. The feedback is mixed as it usually is in any situation. It’s been encouraging, but we haven’t analyzed the buy cialis data so far.”

If you are a cancer patient or researcher, and you have your own experience with miracle fruit to report, we would love to hear from you!  Please contact us.