I was very impressed with Dr. Tullio Simoncini, so much so he was one of the reasons I wrote Sodium Bicarbonate – Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment. In that book I hold up Simoncini as a hero. Dr. Tullio Simoncini is the founder of the bicarbonate approach to cancer, and he does believe that several types of cancer can be approached through oral application. But he suggests expensive and hard to get (meaning hardly any physician will do them in any country) medical procedures (placement of catheters) and IVs to get the bicarbonate as close to the tumors as possible. Such procedures have their own risks and putting a 5 percent solution directly into the blood creates its own problems for blood zeta potential.
Dr. Simoncini never realized that when bicarbonate is taken orally the full body pH is shifted dramatically higher affecting all tissues including the brain and bones. He does not understand that oral administration is actually a superior method in the treatment of all cancers because higher pH and oxygen levels can be maintained 24 hours a day constantly wearing down tumors and individual cancer cells wherever they might be. Baking soda lives up to its muscular image on the Arm and Hammers box, it is the first thing one should turn to treat cancer and kidney disease but always used in conjunction with magnesium chloride and iodine and some other important things including every dermatologist’s enemy – the sun.
Dr. Simoncini does not believe that the pH changing effect is what annihilates the cancer, which he insists is a fungus. One can say he is right if one does not look at what happens when pH is shifted to the alkaline. Everyone knows that pH controls the speed of all enzymes in the body and it also has a strong effect on oxygen carrying capacity and diffusion of O2 into the cells. We know now that higher O2 levels increases our chances of beating cancer and there are several ways of raising oxygen levels. The big three are bicarbonate intake, breathing techniques, exercise and eating as natural of a diet as possible. Doing all three together offers a lightening fast method of dramatically increasing O2 levels with almost no cost.
It is risky to dramatically subject the blood to pH shift because pH is so tightly controlled in the blood, as are magnesium levels. The slightest change in the blood of either can kill via cardiac arrest.
The difference in costs between oral and transdermal dosing with bicarbonate and catheters and IVs is huge and I personally know very few people who can afford to fly off to Rome or anywhere else. The cost factor alone can make the difference between life and death for millions of people who cannot afford expensive treatments so I don’t understand why Dr. Simoncini does not address this issue. Also when treatments are not easily available or when few doctors do it (and the ones that do hide the fact or face persecution) we don’t have a medical approach that is very helpful to us in the short or long term view of things.