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Cellect-Budwig

Protocols

For advanced cancer patients who need an alternative treatment to become effective in days, not weeks or months.

Liver flush

Supplemental Treatments

Liver flushes, which include getting rid of microbes and parasites in the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, etc. etc. are very, very important to a cancer treatment.
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Cannabis is a food

Articles

Cannabis is not a substance, not a drug, not a herb -- simply a food and, as with all superfoods, it has healing properties.
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Frequency Generators

Protocols

The frequency generator and plasma amplifier are designed to kill microbes through the cell membrane.
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pH Therapy

Protocols

Cesium Chloride has the ability to penetrate a cancer cell, destroy the enzyme systems, and not allow it to reproduce or survive.

Laetrile Treatment

Supplemental Treatments

Laetrile should not be the primary cancer treatment for any cancer patient but can frequently be used as an effective supplement.
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Lung Cancer

Types of Cancer

A malignant tumor, lung cancer is divided into non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and small cell lung cancer (SCLC).
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Pancreatic Cancer

Types of Cancer

The pancreatic duct is the most common place for pancreatic cancer to start, with 95 percent of pancreatic cancers starting here.
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Organic Sulfur / LIPH

Protocols

The purpose of this protocol is to get massive amounts of oxygen and other microbe-killing substances inside the cancer cells.

How to fund your cancer treatment without a loan

Articles

Alternative Cancer Treatments: How to Fund Your Treatment
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Colon Cancer

Types of Cancer

People with an average risk can consider screening at age 50 but with an increased risk should consider screening sooner.
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Prostate Cancer

Types of Cancer

The second most common cancer among men, worldwide, 1 in 6 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.

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DCA (dichloroacetate sodium) treatment for cancer

Dichloroacetate sodium (DCA) is an inexpensive and simple chemical compound similar to combining vinegar and salt. It was originally used in cases of a rare disease called “congenital lactic acidosis.” This means it is not…

Color-change test may advance AMACR, cancer research

Researchers know that patients with several types of cancer, including prostate cancer, have higher than normal levels of a protein called AMACR, and that the protein is linked to the aggressiveness of cancer. Lowering levels…

CancerLocator identifies disease from blood sample

Researchers at the University of California-Los Angeles have developed a computer program that can simultaneously detect cancer and identify from a patient’s blood sample where in the body the cancer is located. The scientists call…

The Truth About Vaccines

The Truth About Vaccines

If you’re in your 50s or younger, then you have grown up in the “era of mass vaccines.” Since the 1950s, the number of recommended and required vaccine shots has gone up by close to…

Broccoli may be a ‘turning point’ in understanding cancer

Oregon State University researchers have discovered that sulforaphane, a dietary compound known to help prevent prostate cancer, is one of the reasons why broccoli may be good for your health. The finding provides more evidence…

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Cannabis: Food and Medicine

Note from Mark Pedersen: “It is unfortunate that at this time I must ask for your help. The legal circumstance that I have seen and documented affecting patients across this nation has now reached me…

Scott Hamilton opens up about latest cancer bout

Scott Hamilton had heard it before: cancer. However, this time was different. “I survived [testicular] cancer in 1997,” said Hamilton, an Olympic gold medal figure skater. “Seven years later I was diagnosed with a pituitary…

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