So the compound's design is intended to work by a further lowering of the already low voltage running, fuel choice compromised but efficient mass cells, to be seriously metabolically challenged and die off. With a few advised diet avoidance protocol adjuncts.
In comparison, isn't it interesting, how raising the voltage of a mass cell will cause the cell's massing activity to stop, not by killing them, but rather by, in that correcting of cellular voltage, trigger the gene activity to reverse the dedifferentiating process that produced the mass, back to the systems present health needs state.
The Sheridan compound's ease of use is pertainant, while it's also, staying within protocol, having reletivly minor side effects. The caveats being the advised avoidance of certain healthy nutricional factors and the negative effect that chemicaly lowering voltage may have on overall and specific cell system, thus the claim that it has a toxicity factor, and the rate of it's success being in the range of 50% to 80%.
The voltage raising treatments may not be as easy, tho they may be quicker, more successful,and less dismaying to the system at large, (in this link's instance using only water diet as treatment)
since it is working on the tumor's DNA genesis affecting level rather than an antibiotic metabolistic level. And contrary to the Sheridan compound protocol, raising voltage protocol advises an increased ingestion of healthy metabolism factors, while also promoting overall system's health functioning by that increased voltage inducement.
Of course the importance of discovering and eliminating the original trigger origin factor(s) of the tumor production, plays a role in our long term success with either therapy.
Like E. Cayce's simple alternative health treatments, Sheridan claimed the compound came to him in a dream. Furthermore similar also in their protocols being discounted by conventional medicine, while showing great promise in efficacy, ease of use and above average safety compared to many other health treatments.
Like many have reiterated, its not surprising that in a society structured around and driven by profit, Sheridan's compound (as well as other simple anecdotally proven cancer therapies) would languish in obscurity.