Self-treatment of cancer
In the United Kingdom, it would be illegal for anyone other than a medically qualified oncologist to treat cancer. Nevertheless, some adults opt for self-administered non-toxic cancer treatment, ‘since chemotherapy, with all its cruel and degrading side effects, is remarkably ineffective, contributing about 2% to the five-year cancer survival rate. This amounts to only about an extra five weeks of life expectancy over five years (1).
At this clinic, in order to comply with the law, treatment is selected to improve general health and possibly increase the likelihood of patients making spontaneous recoveries.
Health optimisation includes:
1. Naturopathic detoxification and immune system support.
2. A low sugar diet.
4. Systemic enzyme therapy.
1. Detoxification and immune system support
The case histories of two cancer patients, whose cancers cleared up coincidentally with naturopathic health optimisation are included in the testimonials section of this website on the introductory page of this website.
2. A low sugar diet
Before the First World War, Dr Otto Warburg, a German multiple Nobel prize-winning scientist, proposed a low sugar diet as a treatment for cancer. His rationale was that cancer cells depend on sugar for replication and that depriving them of sugar would inhibit cancer cells from replicating. Although he had encouraging results with a few patients, his hypothesis has not subsequently been supported by clinical trials because there are no financial incentives for such research. Low-sugar diet sheets are available at this clinic.
Support for alkalising cancer patients was pioneered by the French researcher, Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908). He studied sterile living red blood corpuscles under a powerful microscope and observed that acidifying the preparations caused spontaneous development of pathogenic microorganisms and that alkalising them caused such pathogens to disappear. Alkalising supplements for self-administration can be recommended at this clinic.
4. Systemic enzyme therapy
Cancer cells have thickened cell membranes that protect them from natural destruction by the body's immune system (apoptosis). Oral systemic enzymes can thin thickened cancer cell membrane walls and render cancer cells more susceptible to apoptosis (3). Systemic enzymes can also benefit cardiovascular health and at this clinic, in order to comply with the law, systemic enzymes are prescribed to promote cardiovascular health.
1. In Superfreakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner. ISBN 978-0-713-99907:84.
2. Selye, H. 1936. A syndrome produced by diverse nocuous agents. Nature,138:32.
3. Enzymes: A Drug of the Future. Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co.,1993 Oncol, Rep 2008;20:69-74.