Your Alternative Cancer Cure May be in Your Kitchen

Published: 18th May 2010
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Important points of this article:



There is a current belief amongst an increasing number of medical researchers that cancer is caused by a fungus.



Chemo therapy causes extreme collateral damage.



Cancer can only live in an acid environment.



Cancer cells cannot survive in an alkaline environment.



Sodium bicarbonate is a reducing agent, meaning that when ingested it raises the pH level: it changes the environment it has been introduced into more alkaline.



If it were possible to get Sodium bicarbonate into the cancer cells it would quickly destroy they by increasing the Ph to an un-survivable level for the cancer cell.



A large number of doctors have stated (in private) that if they had cancer they would not use Chemo Therapy. Why? Simply because they do not believe that it works and also because of the devastating side effects. Statistics on the effect of chemo therapy indicate that Chemotherapy treatment gives an average 5 year survival rate of a little better than 2 percent for all cancers! Most people who have known someone who has been treated with chemo therapy can attest to the terrible side effects.



it is claimed that most cancer patients actually die because of chemotherapy. Chemotherapy does not cure breast, colon or lung cancer. This has been proven for many years, yet doctors still insist on using chemotherapy to fight these tumors.



If that is true about chemo therapy, what can we turn to?



There are many so called cures out there, all reputed to be the one. For the person with cancer, or their family who are desperately seeking answers, mainline medicine can give little hope.



A new treatment using Sodium bicarbonate is giving cancer sufferers some hope. Cancer - The Fungal Hypothesis - by Dr. T. Simoncini.

Dr Simoncini is an Italian Oncologist who claims to be able to cure most cancers using Sodium bicarbonate (Baking soda) by injection directly to the cancer site.



According to his hypothesis, the cause of cancer is an infection by a common fungus, Candida albicans. He claims normal anti-fungal drugs do not work because of the fast adaptability of Candida albicans, this adaptability renders anti-fungal drugs mostly ineffective. He claims that powerful drug cartels and the medical establishment are out to discredit him because the treatment is a non approved treatment and he further claims it is also because his treatment (Sodium bicarbonate) cannot be patented, you can purchase it at the corner store. Widespread acceptance of the treatment could destroy a very profitable industry.



Sodium bicarbonate is a very potent anti-fungal substance. The fungi cannot adapt to the baking soda, although it is far more difficult to use because it needs to be injected directly into the tumor. Injecting Sodium bicarbonate directly onto the tumor changes its ph very quickly from acid to alkaline, which effectively kills the fungus before it has time to adapt.



All new treatments must run the gauntlet of criticism by the medical profession before they are accepted; Dr. Simoncini is going through that now. If you ask you're Doctor about the treatment, he will discredit it as he must follow party lines whether or not he believes in it, so it's up to you the patent to make your own judgment, do your own research. This article is only a simple primer to introduce you to the concept, now it is up to you.



Mervyn Penny is a retired Australian living in the southern Philippines. He produces a website called Healthyoldcodger.com, which is dedicated to health issues affecting the elderly and those approaching old age. He publishes the website under the "nom de plume" Mervyn Ballinger. To read more articles like this, click on the following link. http://www.healthyoldcodger.com

To learn more about Dr.Simoncini's radical treatment click on link below and view the 3 Video presentations.

http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/video-fungal-hypothesis.html




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