International distributors; who are they?- These are groups of people located outside of Cuba who claim to offer "original escozul" in the countries where they are located. However, not all of them indicate the origin of the "escozul" they sell.
Some say that they sell "escozul" produced outside of Cuba as if ESCOZUL could be produced with any scorpion venom. This is false, ESCOZUL has to be produced in Cuba because that is the only country where the R. junceus scorpion lives.
Currently the only producers of concentrated ESCOZUL that meets the anticancer properties are in Cuba, in the provinces of Matanzas and Guantanamo. So how come there are so many "escozul" producers in Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, USA, Panama? Who are and what offer these people?
They take advantage of the popularity and properties of the concentrated ESCOZUL and engaged in illegal marketing of a supposed "escozul" which can not be verified to be of Cuban origin.
Some of them obtain concentrated ESCOZUL in Cuba but then dilute it to sell more and display a media campaign about the product. By diluting ESCOZUL make it loses its effect. Also, they may be using venom of scorpions from other species to produce a false "escozul."
How they work.-Generally these suppliers base their activities on the manipulation of information through their websites where they promote the use of the blue scorpion venom.
Next, we talk about the groups that have been saying false information and therefore should not be relied upon.
1) Corporativo Atlas Group has
several Mexican web sites which claim to offer genuine escozul at
an affordable price. All these individuals belong to the same group
of people who sell "ESCOZUL" for two months at a sale
price of 4400 Mexican pesos. The reference page is www.escozulmx.org
, but there are many others (read
more information). These people have a trade network throughout
Mexico and they also sell ESCOZUL in Venezuela, Ecuador and the United States.
Moreover, in their web sites they openly state that they want to
expand the trade of ESCOZUL abroad, encouraging anyone, anywhere
to become a distributor of ESCOZUL.
2) Dellser Group. The leaders
of the Dellser group are Antonio Duek and Diana Arus; they also
own the site www.escozul.com Dellser is a Mexican health centre
which provides therapies using natural products. Different websites
imply that there is an agreement between Dellser and LABIOFAM in
order to promote their health products, among them ESCOZUL, in Mexico;
however this is completely untrue (read
Panama: At the beginning of 2007 we
published this information based on testimonies from patients and
on information from the website of the corporation Escorpion Azul
S.A. - www.escorpionazul.com. This site was closed immediately after
and today there is no proof that what we said is true. Cuban laboratories
have no distribution agreements with any company.
"The owners of the Panamanian Corporation Escorpion Azul S.A.
claim to have a clinic where they offer diagnose and alternative
treatment with ESCOZUL to cancer patients. On their website they
claim to have an agreement with LABIOFAM for the distribution of
ESCOZUL, but this is untrue. Moreover, on this site they also say
that their mission is to invest in the research and development
of alternative natural medicines such as ESCOZUL, in which they
will reinvest up to 80% of their net profit. However, this Panamanian
site and its creators have been discredited many times on the Internet.
Bernard Campo and Ruben Tribaldos, the leaders of this corporation,
sell low quality blue scorpion venom. They provide ESCOZUL for three
months at a selling price of $1200 USD"
Standford is a homeopathic pharmaceutical laboratory
in Colombia that offers traditional Cuban medicine and homeopathic
alternative medicine. Among its products is ESCOZUL, but given the homeopathic nature of its products, it is reasonable to think they are producing a homeopathic version of the venom, which would not be ESCOZUL but VIDATOX. The ESCOZUL they produce is not genuine
as it is based on different elaboration and active principles from
the Cuban ESCOZUL. The Colombian laboratory produces a homeopathic
ESCOZUL with no scientific basis, and the solution they make has
been diluted in water 5000 times. According to their web page, it
is clear that "a homeopathic medicine does not require a health
register for its commercialization". Moreover, they say they use the venom of
two other Cuban scorpions, the Rhopalurus junceus and the Prionurus australis, when making their ESCOZUL. Clearly,
what they produce is not genuine ESCOZUL as the certified product,
produced in Cuba, only contains the blue scorpion venom and it is
not a homeopathic solution. Clinical trials have demonstrated the
effective action of ESCOZUL in its liquid form which is administered
orally. However, Silicon Stanford produces ESCOZUL in cream for
external use, vaginal ovules and nasal spray. There is no doubt
that this laboratory produces a medicine without any kind of validity.
The treatment costs around 300 US dollars per month.
Argentina: On their website www.escozulargentina.com
(no longer exist) they claimed to have the authorization of Misael Bordier to distribute
ESCOZUL in Argentina. However, we do not know if after the death
of Mr Bordier these people still have the authorization to distribute
and sell ESCOZUL from Guantanamo. The treatment for one month consisted
of two bottles, of 900 cc each, containing a liquid of an unknown
concentration and that needs to be diluted five times before taking
it. The price for one month treatment was 175 US dollars.
USA: Sherry LeRoux, a cancer patient
successfully treated with escozul, claimed to have a clinic called Cancer Hope Research in Las
Vegas (Nevada). They hd a web site (no longer exist) that was very ambiguous
for a long time. When we started our website in early 2007, we published
the following information:
"Cancer Hope Research purports to work as a functioning clinic
that evaluates cancer patients and then refers them to LABIOFAM
in Cuba where, according to what they say, they will be treated
by different doctors, one of them Dr Ruben Tribaldos. However, Tribaldos
is neither a doctor nor is he Cuban; he is one of the owners of
the dubious Panamanian Corporation Escorpion Azul S.A. On the web
site of Cancer Hope Research they also claim that the patients can
receive the same treatment in either LABIOFAM or in Panama; yet
there is no connection between Cancer Hope Research and LABIOFAM.
Certain relationship between Sherry Leroux and Escorpion Azul S.A.
in Panama may exist. The site also says that if a patient is unable
to travel he can still obtain ESCOZUL through Cancer Hope Research".
All the above has been proved after the publication of our web
site in early 2007, when the owners of Cancer Hope Research deleted
all the evidence of what we have said; they removed the name of
the Cuban laboratory LABIOFAM from all their web pages as well as
the photographs of a smiling Ruben Tribaldos. Later, they claimed
that ESCOZUL is the basis of the treatment offered at Bordier's
clinic and at Cancer Hope Research, and after that that the ESCOZUL
they sold at 2.400 US dollars per month came from a clinic of the
Guatanamo Group that does not exist. There are many testimonies
about the bad reputation of Sherry Le Roux and her clinic on the Internet.