Introduction
SECTION - Causes and Characteristics of Cancer - Part 1
INTRODUCTION TO TREATMENTS
Causes and Characteristics of Cancer - Part 2
CHELATION
Hydrogen Medicine
Magnesium Medicine
Bicarbonate Medicine
Iodine Medicine
SELENIUM MEDICINE
Diets, Fasting and Super-Nutrition
CO2, Cancer and Breathing
Oxygen Therapy for Cancer Patients
Cannabis Medicine
Final Considerations

Lesson 6 – General Overview of Cancer

An overview of cancer tells us that cancer involves inflammation, acid pH, low oxygen conditions accompanied by low CO2 levels, sometimes lower core body temperatures, nutritional deficiencies and high levels of tissue and cellular toxicity with heavy metals and chemicals. All of these factors effect down to the nuclear level compromising the DNA code that keep cells functioning normally.

The surrounding healthy tissue, immune cells, collagen and other fibers holding a tumor, as well as the blood vessels feeding it, all help support or prevent the growth of cancer tumors.

Aerobic glycolysis or the Warburg effect is the metabolic hallmark of most tumors[1]. Although no specific gene mutation or chromosomal abnormality is common to all cancers[2], nearly all cancers express aerobic glycolysis, regardless of their tissue or cellular origin. Aerobic glycolysis in cancer cells involves elevated glucose uptake with lactic acid production in the presence of oxygen.

Rare is it that a ‘perfectly’ normal body falls into a cancerous condition because of malfunction in the DNA. That alone can give us hope because outer conditions can be changed unless one resorts to radiation that strikes deep into the hearts of our cells. Irradiating the nucleus of our cells causes genetic defects and thus cancer. Today with cosmic rays increasing dramatically even those who frequently fly at high altitudes can be compromised so it is time to increase awareness so we can take defensive measures.

Given enough time, cancer will develop whenever there is a proliferation of damaged cells. When cells are damaged, when their cell wall permeability changes, when toxins and free radicals build up, when the mitochondria lose functionality in terms of energy ATP production, when pH shifts strongly to the acidic, and when essential nutrients are absent, cells eventually, or sometimes quite quickly, decline into a cancerous condition.

We can see that when a person has cancer they are literally rotting inside and beginning to die from the loss of function, gathering infectious forces, and losing strength from malnutrition as the cancer cells eat us out of house and home.

According to the Mayo Clinic, cancer refers to any one of a large number of diseases characterized by the development of abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. It is important to know that yeasts and fungi are also abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue.

It is commonly accepted that microscopic cancer cells are commonly present in the healthy adult, the result of errors during replication of 60–90 trillion cells. Yet that common belief only tells half the story. Deprive any one or group of these trillions of cells of oxygen and they too will turn cancerous fast. Thus, the chances are quite high that most of us have individual cancer cells running around our bodies. However, strong healthy immune systems keep them at bay. 

Individual cancer cells remain harmless unless they can get the sustenance to start replicating.  To acquire sustenance, the incipient tumors (60–80 cells) may migrate toward existing host vessels, a process known as vessel cooption, but their growth remains severely limited.

Autopsy studies have shown that these microscopic cancers are present in the breasts of up to 40% of women between the ages of 40 and 50 years, and in 50% of prostates in men between 50 and 60 years. By age 70, microscopic cancers are detected in the thyroids of virtually everyone. Most of these tumors never become clinically significant, leading to the concept of “cancer without disease” as a normal state of aging.[3]

Cancer cells and pre-cancerous cells are so common that nearly everyone by middle age or old age is riddled with them, said Dr. Thea Tlsty, a professor of pathology at the University of California, San Francisco. That was discovered in autopsy studies of people who died of other causes, with no idea that they had cancer cells or precancerous cells. They did not have large tumors or symptoms of cancer. “The really interesting question,” Dr. Tlsty said, “is not so much why do we get cancer as why don’t we get cancer?”

The earlier a cell is in its path toward an aggressive cancer, researchers say, the more likely it is to reverse course and go back to being healthy again. So, for example, cells that are early precursors of cervical cancer are likely to revert. One study found that 60% of precancerous cervical cells, found with Pap tests, revert to normal within a year; 90% revert within three years. As we shall see we can help cells revert quite easily by pumping them with oxygen according to one of the greatest medical scientists of the last century.

Tumors are capable of growth to approx 0.5 mm3 in diameter (10,000,000 cells) before reaching a steady state of growth. Beyond this size, their metabolic demands exceed the supply of oxygen and nutrients obtained by passive diffusion from nearby blood vessels. This state corresponds to carcinoma in situ, and the rate of tumor cell proliferation is balanced by apoptosis. Such microscopic tumors may exist for years without clinical detection yet obviously we are fast reaching the point where half the population on earth will be diagnosed with cancer.

This excellent Ted Talk video of Dr. William Li is very important for patients who want to avoid cancer or even treat cancer when its in early stages. If we really want to prevent cancer or get some idea of what to eat when we do have it Dr. Li gives useful guidelines. Physiological angiogenesis inhibition is regarded as one of the mechanisms that prevent microscopic cancers from converting to a malignant phenotype. Meaning if one is eating the right foods angiogenesis will be inhibited. It was postulated as long ago as 1971 by Dr. Judah Folkman that prevention of angiogenesis could inhibit tumor growth by starving them of vital nutrients.

Rare is it that a ‘perfectly’ normal body falls into a cancerous condition because of malfunction in the DNA. That alone can give us hope because outer conditions can be changed unless one resorts to radiation that strikes deep into the hearts of our cells. Irradiating the nuclear of our cells causes genetic defects and thus cancer. Today with cosmic rays increasing dramatically even those who frequently fly at high altitudes can be compromised so it is time to increase awareness so we can take defensive measures.

The mechanism by which a cell dies often depends on its ability to cope with the conditions to which it is exposed. The adaptive capacity of a cell ultimately determines its fate when it comes under stress. The strength or cells adaptive capacity is directly related to nutritional sufficiency and proper cellular respiration that removes toxins and wastes through the cell wall.

The unifying concept that tie all the above factors together is cellular stress. Cells under stress either die or they become cancerous as they strive to survive. Obviously stress comes in many different forms. There are emotional stresses, physical stresses, chemical stresses, radiation, excessive prolonged inflammation and so on.

Magnesium deficiency leads directly to cellular stress and that is why it is so important to include high dosages of magnesium chloride in every person’s protocol. Cell wall permeability is in great part magnesium dependent. That magnesium ions can control the porosity and stability of cell membranes has been suggested by several investigators. When magnesium levels are low and calcium levels high cells walls become more rigid making it difficult for nutrients to enter and wastes to exit.

Magnesium is a crucial factor in the natural self-cleansing and detoxification responses of the body. We will be using a lot of magnesium in our cancer protocol. Magnesium is a vital mineral whose lack leaves us open to not only radioactive damages but also those from heavy metals and thousands of chemicals, which we are commonly exposed to.

[1] Seyfried TN, Mukherjee P: Targeting energy metabolism in brain cancer: review and hypothesis. Nutr Metab (Lond). 2005, 2: 30-10.1186/1743-7075-2-30.

[2] Lengauer C, Kinzler KW, Vogelstein B: Genetic instabilities in human cancers. Nature. 1998, 396: 643-649. 10.1038/25292.

[3]Tumor Angiogenesis as a Target for Dietary Cancer Prevention. J Oncol. 2012; 2012: 879623. Published online 2011.

Looking at Cancer in a More Positive Light


​One way of looking at cancer in a more positive light is to see that is is actually protecting your body from worse circumstances. Cancer is a natural result of a set of conditions. And if you alter those conditions that caused your cancer you certainly have a better chance of surviving.

Dr. Thomas Lodi says “Cancer is a natural reaction of the body to a particular set of circumstances. Cancer occurs when a cluster of cells lose the ability to use oxygen when it’s burning glucose for fuel…cancer is the body’s attempt to stay alive in spite of the loss of oxygen. The body’s imperative is to regenerate, rejuvenate and procreate. Cancer is protecting and maintaining the functional integrity of the organism and (cancer) is not the enemy – what we need to do is work on and eliminate the reason why the body had to become cancerous in the first place.”


Mutations alone are not enough to Cause Cancer

Extracellular Matrix Regulates Gene Expression & Cancer

Gene mutations are part of the process of cancer, but mutations alone are not enough to cause cancer to take hold and spread, thus threatening people’s lives through domination of precious life resources as well as precious real estate where other healthy cells live. Genes do become damaged and sustain mutations in some cells and not others during people’s lifetimes. An oncogene—a gene that causes tumors in animals and uncontrolled growth in cells in culture—cannot in and of itself change cells from normal to cancerous. It is the cells’ surroundings, known as its microenvironment, that contributes to how cancer has occurred.

Cancer involves an interaction between rogue cells and surrounding tissue. This is the clear message of Dr. Mina Bissell, who is the director of life sciences at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in California (LBNL), and she is now sharing this with the world. The interactions between cancer cells and their micro and macroenvironment create a context that promotes tumor growth and protects them from immune attack or, on the other hand, prevent tumors from making any kind of beachhead so they cannot take hold or spread themselves around.[1] Cancer cells routinely form in most people’s bodies but that does not mean they are going to succeed in capturing their host’s valuable resources so they can invade, as they win their war and take our life.

What this means is that the surrounding cells and the surrounding extracellular matrix interact to shape cancer cell behaviors such as polarity, migration and proliferation. The microenvironment includes a complex scaffolding on which cells grow and develop, called the extracellular matrix. The microenvironment is what actually surrounds a cell. The extracellular matrix (microenvironment) has been shown to regulate gene expression so it has more to do with the state of cancer than the cancer cells themselves.

“If tissue architecture and context are part of the message, then tumor cells with abnormal genomes should be capable of becoming ‘normal” if grown in a healthy microenvironment. Bissell and her students tested that hypothesis with some malignant cells, growing them on a healthy scaffolding. And yes, they were able to revert the malignant phenotype to a normal one. They could even inject the cells into mice where they didn’t cause tumors, unlike malignant cells, which would cause cancer. This, says Bissell, indicates that there is another way to look at cancer—that cancer genes are regulated by the environment around them.

Dr. Bissell’s basic idea is that cancer cells cannot turn into a lethal tumor without the cooperation of other cells nearby. It is not just the other surrounding cells but also the interstitial environment, which of course would include pH and nutrient levels being supplied by the blood. That may be why autopsies repeatedly find that most people who die of causes other than cancer have at least some tiny tumors in their bodies that had gone unnoticed. According to current thinking, the tumors were kept in check, causing no harm.

[1] Putting tumours in context; Bissell MJRadisky D.; Nat Rev Cancer. 2001 Oct;1(1):46-54.;

Unification Theory of Medicine


Inflammation is inseparable from lower pH, oxygen, CO2 and cell energy levels, which of course would track with cell temperature, respiration and elimination. A grand unification theory of medicine would describe this area of physiology where certain things are happening simultaneously with others. There is a point where one cannot separate out oxygen from CO2 levels because they are locked into a tight mathematical relationship with each other. The same is true about pH and cell voltage. As CO2 levels go south with O2 levels, pH dives as does cell voltage.


With inflammation we have viral, bacterial and fungi sharks ready to start
biting on tissues until the entire process leads to degenerative diseases
and cancer. Most infections do not take hold on strong healthy tissues.


Dr. Chaim Tejman wrote:

According to wave theory, living, mercurial energetic matter configured as a wave formation creates everything, including DNA—which is itself a sophisticated, living highly energetic wave. The DNA subsists and replicates by continuously absorbing energy. New strands of DNA similarly share from the surrounding energy. Occasionally, an excess amount of energy, which for various reasons can be neither “digested” nor expelled, results in super-energetic DNA. These paradoxically parasitic, super-life formations voraciously suck in energy in a manner that resembles the most virulent viruses to the extent that they destroy everything else in their vicinity, including the original host. In fact, it is these super-energetic DNA formations that we refer to as cancer.


Energy can only move in a formation with specified step-ups-and-downs in energy. Dr. Tejman, refers to this as the wave formation and this of course points us right to the phenomenon of electricity. The heart of every creation is an energetic swirl to Tejman. Meaning each cell has a vibration, a frequency having waveform.


Medical Singularity

Singularity was originally a mathematical term for a point at which an equation has no solution. In physics, it was proven that a large enough collapsing star would eventually become a black hole so dense that its own gravity would cause a singularity in the fabric of space time, a point where many standard physics equations suddenly have no solution.

Beyond the “event horizon” of the black hole we have the known universe, but inside of it one cannot discern the difference between one thing and another. There is that point where everything does come together and of course that point where everything breaks apart into the normal separation between things in the created universe.

What is that level of life where we cannot break things apart without betraying their true nature? Is it that level where CO2 levels bind tightly with O2 levels? Is it the same place where pH and cell voltage track each other? For sure it is a singular point where the hordes of infectious agents like to go and it is that place that envelops all of the above into a solid matrix of physiological factors that are one with and thus equal to each other. Left out of this equation are the heavy metals and chemical carcinogens that often lie at the center of all this gumming up the works.

The grand unification theory of medicine describes a certain point in physiology where certain things are happening simultaneously with others. There is a point where one cannot separate out oxygen from CO2 levels because they are locked into a tight mathematical relationship with each other. The same is true about pH and cell voltage. As CO2 levels go south with O2 levels, pH dives as does cell voltage. And then cell and body temperature track metabolic rate and these other parameters.

Do you see how we have five parameters in the basement of cell physiology that need to be mixed in sufficient water? I bet few if any people have gotten to the level of understanding that inflammation is inseparable from lower pH, oxygen, CO2 and cell energy levels. With inflammation we also have viral, bacterial and fungal sharks ready to start biting on tissues until the entire process leads to degenerative diseases and cancer.

Most infections do not take hold on strong healthy tissues. So the only thing missing from this picture is toxicity and strong nutritional deficiencies, which gets the whole ball rolling in the first place. It is too early in the game to start talking about emotions and sexual stress and dissatisfaction and everything else that brings our personal lives into the cancer condition.