Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal, “renegade” cells in the body leading to the annihilation of the surrounding healthy tissue. Cancer is diagnosed through biopsy and pathological examination. The American Cancer Society estimates that over 150 people are diagnosed with cancer per hour and that more than 1,500 Americans will succumb to this disease each day.
The most common cancers affecting women today are breast, lung and colon cancer.
The most common cancers affecting men are prostate, lung and colon cancer. It is estimated that 50% of all men in the United States will develop some form of cancer in their lifetime, women 33%.
There are many causes of cancer including radiation, microbes, environmental chemicals, and excessive cellular damage. In 2005, the Biological Examination of Ionizing Radiation report number 7 published astonishing data that sent shockwaves through the medical community. It published data on the excessive dangers of receiving CT and PET scans which greatly increase the risk of cancer through a single scan. It stated that children are twice as likely to develop cancer from exposure to radiation and that radiation exposure is cumulative.
The prognosis for survival depends upon the type of cancer, if it has metastasized, what organs are directly involved, and the overall health of the individual.
Standard treatment for cancer includes radical surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The treatment protocol depends upon how the cancer is staged, graded, and your oncologist’s decision.
The use of chemotherapy has little impact and with the exception of a few cancers should be abandoned all together due to overwhelming evidence showing that the risks far exceed the benefits. A landmark study which examined 22 major malignancies showed that chemotherapy contributes to a 2.1% and a 2.3% survival over 5 years when compared to individuals who did not receive chemotherapy (1). The use of chemotherapy is extremely toxic to all the cells in the body and often causes irreparable harm. Evidence shows that chemotherapy should only be reserved for the few cancers that respond to it: Lymphoma, Testicular.
Dr. Otto Warburg discovered the biochemistry of cancer in 1923 and he received the Nobel Prize for doing so in 1931. He demonstrated that all forms of cancer are characterized by two conditions: acidosis and hypoxia (lack of oxygen). Lack of oxygen leads to anaerobic respiration which results in an intracellular acidic environment.
We use numerous therapies to target and destroy the cancer cells, while rebuilding the body of the person. The ultimate goal is to restore the health of the person so that the cancer never returns.
Therapies may include:
Major Autohemotherapy = Increases white blood cell reproduction and activation, increases blood flow, increases oxygenation release from red blood cells, increases energy production and mitochondrial activity, increases antioxidant systems
Iscador injections = Induces thermogenesis and white blood cell reproduction and activity (6) (7)
Sodium Bicarbonate IV therapy = alkalinizes intracellular environment paralyzing cancer cell’s anaerobic metabolism and growth (4)
High Dose Vitamin C IV therapy = causes hydrogen peroxide levels to increase leading to a cytotoxic effect upon cancer cells lacking in catalase, resulting in cellular death. (2) (3)
Glutathione pushes = antioxidant and helps with elimination of environmental chemicals and DNA damage (8)
HCL pushes = increases white blood cell counts
Homeopathic remedies: Nosodes may increase cancer cell death by helping the body identify the cancer more effectively (5)
Infrared Saunas = induces thermogenesis activating immune cells and eliminates environmental chemicals that are linked to cancers.
Colon Hydrotherapy = Eliminates environmental chemicals that are linked to cancers and improves elimination
Heavy metal chelation = Eliminates heavy metals such as Mercury, Cadmium, Lead and others that are linked with cancers (8) (9)
Dichloroacetate use = Pharmaceutical drug that affects the biochemistry of the cancer cells paralyzing their ability to thrive and re-activating mitochondria and intracellular apoptosis events (10)
Pharmaceutical grade nutrients, supplements, herbs
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