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Cancer Information

In the case of cancer, it is recommended to get the opinion of an oncologist before considering any supportive or other treatments.

1) Starving the cancer may be of some help in controlling active cancer, specifically, avoiding concentrated protein sources and most nutritional supplements. These may make the cancer grow faster. (see for an article by researcher Arthur B. Robinson on this subject).

2) There is evidence that the Rivici thesis of cancer, by the late Emanual Rivici, M.D., is the most plausable (and similar concept as Warburg). That is, that a cancerous tissue is dominated by anaerobic (rather than normal aerobic) metabolism. Cancer is generally a condition of glycolysis and excess lactic acid production. This anaerobic tenderency may be helped to be reversed with Oxygenic A+, sodium selenite and squalene and some other agents, if metabolism testing supports a cancer has an anaerobic imbalance.

3) Recent evidence on animals support that DCA (di-chloroacetate) can repair the dysfunctional metabolism disorders of cancer cells so they stop growing and eventually die. DCA activates the mitochondria which achieves an anti-cancer effect in 2 ways: Aerobic metabolism is stimulated at the expense of extramitochondrial glycolysis, and, the mitochondrial apoptosis signal is activated. The mechanism by which DCA is believed to help cancer is consistent with the Rivici model of cancer.
(references: A) WORLD magazine, 3-17-2007; B) Bonnet, Archer, et al, "A Mitochondira-K+ Channel Axis Is Suppressed in Cancer and Its Normalization Promotes Apoptosis and Inhibits Cancer Growth", Cancer Cell, pp. 11, 37-51, Jan 2007 (this medication is already on the market for another condition but is not yet approved for cancer in humans; research on humans is currently in progress)

4) Pancreatic Enzymes may help to rid the body of cancer cells.

5) The AMAS test from Oncolab may be of some help in monitoring cancer.