The Treatment of Cancer
Cancer, also named as malignancy, is defined by an uncontrolled proliferation of cells within the body. Over 100 types of cancer exist, and these include skin cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer and lymphoma. Symptoms will vary depending upon the type of cancer an individual may have, as well as the treatments available. Conventional treatments include radiation, chemotherapy and also surgery.
Cancer can be said to be a disease of otherwise healthy body cells. Within the body, we are always replenishing old and warn out cells to make way for new cells – this process can be seen most clearly after an injury, as the body rally’s to heal itself. This process is regulated by certain genes, and it is thought by the existing medical model that all cancer occurs by unregulated changes occur to these genes. When this happens, cells begin to behave abnormally, and will quite often develop into a lump. Most of the time, these lumps are benign (non cancerous). Benign lumps are localized and don’t spread to other parts of the body.
A lump that is malignant (or more commonly called a malignant tumor) is composed of cells that are cancerous. When the tumor first develops, the growth is still confined to its point of origin. What happens though is that if left untreated, these cells often spread into the surrounding tissues and further abroad within the body. Upon reaching a new site, these aberrant cells may begin to further multiply to create another tumor. When this happens, the secondary tumor is called a metastasis or secondary cancer. What’s interesting to note is that for a cancer to develop into anything larger than a pin head, it must create its own blood supply via the propagating of additional blood vessels.
Modern medicine is enormously efficient at diagnosing cancer, but at the same time if asked to explain how it is caused – very rarely do you receive an answer! There is a growing movement of late that many cancers are in fact caused by parasites, and when you look into the subject, you will find that this has been postulated by a number of prominent doctors over the past 80 years!
Hulda Clarke has written a book called “The Cure for all Cancers” and has stated that she passionately feels parasite infections to be the root of many cancers. Way back in the 1930’s, a man by the name of Dr Royal Rife was another who carried out much research within this area. He identified 40 or more different viruses found within cancerous tissue.
In the 1970’s a large number of research firms inspected the possibility of viral contaminants being the cause of cancer, but again their equipment was too primitive. But alas, there again is renewed interest, with many highly credentialed doctors again picking up the mantle to discover if this is true.
A bacterium known as Heliobactor pylori has been found to be directly responsible for the cause of stomach ulcers, and from the time of 2001 it has been established by many to be the cause of stomach cancer. More recently still the Humanpapilloma virus (HPV) is now known to cause cervical cancer. And now, the Cancer Watch Organization has at long last declared that microbe infections within the bowel cause colon cancer.
Microbes, bacteria and viruses are simply parasites by a different name, and guess what; the Cancer Research Organization of the UK now firmly believes that up to 15% of all cancers may have some type of infection as the cause. Many believe this figure is very low, but still, it’s encouraging to see that it’s becoming a more mainstream possibility.
Furthermore, yeast infections are in there as well. Candida often becomes systemic after a period of time, and moves throughout the body unchecked by the already compromised immune system. These travelling fungal spores actively produce by – products that acidify the system and thus further encourage cancer development.
I could go on, but will instead mention the virtues of a compound called chlorine dioxide. This molecule has been shown to be extremely effective against all forms of virus, bacterial infections, fungus and diseased tissue. It preferentially targets pathogens with a ph below 7, and will not interact with healthy tissue and beneficial gut flora.
In the interests of keeping this article brief, and for those who have serious health concerns, make sure that you spare the time to research this substance further – it may just save your life!
To good health