Tag: Cesium Chloride

History Dr. Aubrey Keith Brewer was a pioneer in Cesium Chloride therapy. He was chief of the National Bureau of Standards and Mass Spectrometer and Isotope Section, and his main interest was the behavior of cell membranes. In 1984, Dr. Brewer published “The high pH therapy for cancer tests on mice and humans” in Pharmacology […]

Myeloma is a bone marrow cancer. It affects plasma cells in the bone marrow. As the cancerous plasma cells fill the bone marrow, you are not able to make enough normal blood cells. This can lead to anemia, bleeding problems, and infections. Other symptoms include bone pain, fractures due to bone damage, and kidney damage. Myeloma […]

Theory behind the Robert Barefoot Coral Calcium Protocol for treating cancer Theory: Alkalinity is the enemy of cancer cells that are caused by microbial infection, due to the fact that microbes can not survive in alkaline environments. Thus, this manipulation in pH is theorized to kill the resident microbes in the cancer cell and cause […]