How to Prevent Cancer – 26 – MEDICAL TREATMENTS
Now I know because you have clicked on the medical treatments section you are expecting me to go through hundreds if not thousands of different complicated treatments. It's like when I went on tour to check out the facilities around the world. I was expecting them to have huge machines and contraptions that I thought were necessary to kill off cancer. However, then when I actually got to the places and travelled around I was quite disappointed, because, to be honest, there is not really a whole lot that can be done.
You can see on the image on the left from our app that the major treatments include:
- Full body hyperthermia
- Local hyperthermia
- Viral fever therapy
- Ultraviolet blood irradiation
- Ozone treatments
- Low dose naltrexone
- PhotoDynamic Therapy
- IV Treatments
When you think about it, it's not really that many different treatments. It's actually rather disappointing when compared to conventional medicine where they have those big machines with lasers and guns and radiation.
Now I have to mention it very briefly because it's not in the image. Surgical removal of a tumour, if it's a possible solution for the cancer type, is not a bad thing. This is because when you remove the tumour externally like that, the body doesn't need to process the cells and detoxify them to get them out of your system, therefore, it can sometimes be a very positive thing to do. However, currently, the removal of a tumour doesn't show any statistical advantage in terms of survival time, so don't think that once it's out it's all good. In conventional medicine, even after surgery they offer you chemotherapy straight away. This is because the cancer is not just isolated to the tumour. There are millions of cancer stem cells still floating around in your blood stream that the chemotherapy still needs to deal with. More on that in a moment.
When tumours are fresh and new, they begin the process of obtaining a food supply. The tumour sends out a signal through to the blood vessels and broadcasts “I need food!” to the body, and blood vessels start to grow to feed the tumour. This is called angiogenesis. Now that the tumour is hooked up to the blood supply it gets the food it needs to start growing exponentially. And now that it's connected to the blood vessel. It's not isolated anymore, it's not hidden somewhere in the fat tissue, it's connected to an all-pervading blood flow.
Now the tumour is established inside of the body. If you squeeze that tumour, no matter how big it is, parts of it will break off and be sent out into your blood stream through the connection it has established. This is especially true with tumour cells that grow fast which are referred to as aggressive tumours. This is because tumours have a very brittle membrane, they are not stable. A cancer cell is growing on the outside and it has an apoptosis effect inside the tumour, so all the necrotic cells and cancer stem cells are then washed out into your blood stream.
We know this because if you are asked to do a floating cancer stem cell blood count now they will ask you to move beforehand so that you kind of squeeze the cancer and those cells are swept away throughout your bloodstream. It's the same thing when they do a biopsy. It's a systemic problem.
Okay, so that's number one. We have no isolation of the tumour, it's everywhere, and it's growing wherever there is fertile ground. Then there are certain predominant secondary cancer types. For example, if you have lung cancer, there will be a predominant area that it will settle, but even then it's not guaranteed to settle there. Secondary cancers do not need to go into the liver or the bone, they can just be everywhere. They are not types of cancer that you can isolate, cut out, and then forget about forever.
The issue with using chemotherapy (which is not a bad option if you have loads of metastases) is that as well as killing the cancer, you also kill off your immune system and highly pollute your body with toxins. And if you are not able to properly detoxify then your system will just continually be poisoning itself. This is where conventional approaches can get very dangerous. But if your detox pathways work and you do a lot of detoxification treatments such as clay baths, sweating, and zeolites, then you can actually recover from that and do quite well. But you need to be aware of these problems and do something about them.
Let's just go back to our natural cancer treatments, I'll briefly discuss what they do. I know we've spoken about hyperthermia many times now, but that's because it's very important. It's a simple treatment that elevates your blood temperature until your body goes into an artificial fever state. As soon as you are in that fever, your immune system activates, it begins to detoxify, and address the cancer cells. When you reach that fever temperature you create heat shock proteins on your cancer cells which make them visible to your immune system. The heat also demobilizes and renders the protective shield around the tumour neutral. Hyperthermia has hundreds of benefits, which is why it's a mandatory treatment in all European clinics.
Extreme is when you get sedated, your whole body goes into a hyperthermia machine and you're “cooked” in the oven until the doctor thinks you are ready. The advantage of this method is that you can extend the time in the fever state because you are unconscious so it's not uncomfortable. However, it's proven to have other side effects because it's extremely exhausting. Plus the brain needs to be temperature controlled. All in all it's not an easy treatment to do. It's still done in emergency rooms, but there are not a lot of clinics that keep doing it this way because they've found that the moderate treatment, just keeping the body at a certain level, is just as effective.
Next we have local hyperthermia which you can see an example of in the image. It works by sending radio or ultrasound signals that are received by the body. This treatment will heat up the tumour tissue and start the same processes as the others, but it's localized as opposed to whole body.
Next we have viral fever therapy. This therapy is very well known to have super effects. How they found out about it is that they noticed everybody who had fevers all the time didn't have cancer. It's a pretty simple correlation. If your body develops a real serious fever then your cancers disappear. If the fever is regular, say once a year you have a solid fever, then you can't get cancer. It's proven. However, if you suppress your immune system with antibiotics, if you use toxins and medication, well then you probably won't have a fever and it won't kick your immune system into gear. That is why this is a really powerful treatment. Unfortunately not many clinics do it because it requires a lot of knowledge on how high the viral load should be and what kind of virus you need to use to induce the fever is. There is a little bit of an art to this science. Dr. Halla is a great doctor who uses this regularly and is very well known for it, but again, it is not widely practiced because the treatment requires experience and expertise.
Next we have ultraviolet blood irrigation. This treatment is in the same vein as our nasal laser. The blood flows through, is marked, and the ultraviolet light kills off bacteria, fungi, mould, and floating cancer stem cells. It's not a mega treatment, but it's a good supporting treatment. Here we prefer ozone because ozone does exactly the same thing. It kills off pathogens, but it can be used without IV. It can be used rectally or as a blood wash.
Galvanotherapy is used if you have a superficial tumour. You set up anodes on one side and cathodes on the other side of a tumour mass, and then run a low currency through the isolated section. It's similar to the Rife device where you hold the two handheld devices and stand on the plate so that the frequency runs through and kills off cancer cells. This works because as we know, cancer cells aren't very stable. They just aren't resilient. They are great at replicating and multiplying, but they have a very delicate membrane. When you run that currency through them, the Galvanotherapy will kill off the cancer. There are some great results coming out of Dortmund from Dr. Sahinbas in first aid cancer with regards to Galvanotherapy.
Now a word on combining everything, I've found that to be the biggest advantage of all! When you go to a clinic, that is the advantage they can give you. They do all the tests, they check your stool, they check your viral load, and they check your deficiencies all in one, and that gives you knowledge of your body and what you need to do. At the Paracelsus clinic the first week is all testing. They check plastic and heavy metal toxicity load, deficiencies, gut bacteria load, everything. This gives them a very clear image and really helps them determine where things are wrong and where things are okay.
Then you add some of those anti-cancer remedies on top. So that combination of being able to test and then adjust the treatment to your problem, and not to somebody's theoretical problem, is really crucial. So then if you combine IV treatments with Hyperthermia, the treating of your body is multiplied. For example, you have inflammation which opens up blood vessels and attracts the bloody supply, under the heat your immune system becomes fully active. You then add into your blood an immune modulator or something that gives guns to your immune system and all of a sudden you have an immune system which has a fighting chance. An example of this is Vitamin C in combination with oxygen, this creates hydrogen peroxide in a white blood cell and gives it power. If you then also add all the nutrients like zinc and selenium, your immune system has the weapons it needs to address the cancer. If you combine a local fever or a whole body fever with a fully mobilized, fully activated, and fully equipped immune system then it can actually address the problem.
A big frustration I have is that patients wait and wait and wait and don't do anything, and then all of a sudden when it's too late, they will mobilize and start treatments. If you do it a lot earlier and you don't wait until the last moment, it's actually super easy to reverse and to reduce cancer. But if you wait too long and it's already systemic, it suppresses your immune system, it creates massive amounts of toxicity, it creates inflammations and it's a lot harder to catch up. That's why I really recommend that your clinic stay should be for at least three weeks to quickly get you to where you would normally be in two or three years if you tried to do it on your own. It's just such an advantage. Then once you're done at the clinic you go home and continue a simple maintenance program like oxygenation or supplementation.
The thing is for example, you can't compare doing IV uptake to oral uptake. If you're super deficient and you don't have the enzymes to break down your food, you can't uptake the nutrients you need and all of your supplements just go straight into the loo. If on the other hand you have IV, it's all there straight in your bloodstream. From there you can start building up.
I remember when I watched Dr. Rau and his processes. They have nutrient cocktails. I observed the nurses making those cocktails. They set up the sodium bicarbonate solution in the IV bag and then inject all those little remedies and nutrients and minerals into it so that you get everything you need in conjunction. What you can't eat you get via IV. They build up a patient within a very short amount time to maximum power. Then the immune system kicks in, your liver functions start working, the hormone related reactions start working, and you're on your way back to health. It's about understanding our metabolic processes and how we can support them. That's why a clinic that has knowledge about the metabolic process and supplementation and deficiencies is worth its weight in gold. If you then add those guns to it, you're on to a winner, and that's what we really want you to experience. We want you to step up to it and remove your cancer in a very short amount of time, then keep up a nice maintenance program based on what you've learned.