The data has now become clear that after initial chemotherapy fails, as many as 95% of cancer patients will not respond to the next suggested drug by conventional methods. This is what one mainstream cancer clinic tells its patients.
Actually they are not so mainstream because up front they admit, “Even the top cancer chemotherapy drugs are poisons to our bodies and are designed to attack and hopefully kill cancer cells, or at least slow cancer growth. Most of these treatments are extremely toxic to healthy cells and organs and many times poorly matched to the patient’s individual cancer in their body.”
The doctors at this clinic are certainly bent on changing the way they characterize and treat cancers. The new paradigm of the doctors from Envita in Arizona involves the science of biomarkers (genetic testing) and causation (what caused your cancer).
“Biomarkers are described as unique features and characteristics reflecting each patient’s individual cancer (like a blue print of what your cancer will respond to)—this tells us which treatments are more likely to be effective, and more importantly, which treatments are likely to fail. When physicians utilize this information, the treatment strategies become targeted and designed specifically for the patient’s own cancer genetics. Failed protocols and the one size fits all conventional cancer model costs millions of lives and trillions of dollars.”
Envita says that they, “commonly find patients that have been placed on the wrong chemotherapy and they experience all the side effects without the benefits. In our unique treatment program, we deliver genetically targeted and matched treatments in such small doses that patients mainly see benefits with hardly any side effects.”
This is a major advance in thinking but an even greater advance would be not to use toxic chemo agents at all. However that is going too far for any licenced group of doctors so we have to stay with the dose makes the poison philosophy and use lower dosages of targeted poisons. At least they are legal to administer whereas using cannabinoids as a natural form of chemotherapy would not be.
Envita’s principle of the science of causation is interesting. “What really causes the patient’s cancer? This is something patients never really know, let alone are able to treat. Treating the cause is essential to reaching optimal health (analogy: If you remove the leaves of a plant and never remove the roots it will eventually return again and in the case of cancer it returns with a vengeance). Cancer doesn’t just happen randomly; it usually is many years in the making and has many factors such as chemical toxins, heavy metals and infections to name a few. This is why the cancer grows, spreads and mutates and makes it hard for the drugs to keep up.”
The few not mentioned that are most important is the increasing radiation, both of the nuclear and microwave type, and also most importantly and universally the stress people feel over a full range of issues that go beyond physical toxins in the air and water and food. Nutrition is never mentioned much by the mainstream but to their credit Envita seems to focus on nutritional medicine delivered through intravenous means.
One will see a list of common nutritional deficiencies, which I imagine they address with their treatments but they do leave out iodine and bicarbonate deficiencies and thus one would need to self-administer these substances at home. When we are low in oxygen we tend to be low in both bicarbonates and carbon dioxide, which are basically two forms of the same thing. When we drink sodium bicarbonate it turns to carbon dioxide in the stomach when it encounters hydrochloric acid and this is the process that drives bicarbonates into the blood.
Envita doctors focus on the patients’ own cancer genetic information and unique metabolic shifts. Patients who prefer the mainstream should consider Envita, for they are aware of and open to go where your rank and file oncologist will not dare. They will treat a person’s inflammation (cancer) and perhaps administer oxygen, which they believe make chemotherapy and radiation work. Specifically they believe that it is oxygen bi-products (ROS), which are products of the metabolism of oxygen, which are essential for treatment success.
Patients who would rather skip the chemo and all the radiation can choose another path ignoring the genetic information and concentrating on making the metabolic shifts. In fact there are several easy to administer tests everyone can do at home, which will tell as much if not more than all the sophisticated tests mainstream medicine loves to administer.
Counting ones breathing rate, taking one’s urinary and saliva pH, taking one’s basal body temperature, looking at the color of one’s urine and taking one’s heart rate variability (HRV) will give one a host of parameters that one can work at home to gain more power over the body’s fight for survival.
It is not difficult to learn how to monitor and treat oneself at home. Counting one’s breathing rate and taking the pH will give an idea of how high or low one’s oxygen levels are. Add in an oximeter and one will get a good idea where one is at on the oxygen deficiency cancer curve. One’s basal body temperature can give an idea of one’s immune system strength, which can be increased by increasing one’s body temperature.
The color of one’s urine will display clearly one’s hydration level and heart rate variability will show a host of hidden parameters including one’s stress level and nervous system function.
Not everyone can go to Arizona to the Envita clinic but everyone can and does need to treat at home even if they have a good clinic to go to. One has to start treatment the day one suspects that one has cancer and is deciding on one’s main course of treatment. And one has to continue to treat one’s self after one returns home if they have elected to go to a clinic for treatment. Either way it is always important to have an independent treatment plan that one can continue for the months and even years that treatments need to be maintained so cancer does not come back.