With surgery the risk reduction aspects of vitamins both pre and post op are

With surgery the risk reduction aspects of vitamins

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intensity of treatment is far better tolerated by an optimally-nourished patient. With surgery, the risk reduction aspects of vitamins, both pre- and post-op, are well established. Therefore, vitamin C, far from being detrimental, makes a most positive contribution to the conventional treatment of cancer. 3) Even at very high doses, Vitamin C is an unusually safe substance; countless studies have verified this. As an antioxidant, collagen-building co-enzyme, and reinforcer of the immune system, vitamin C is vital to a cancer patient. Yet the blood work of cancer patients will invariably show that they have abnormally low levels of the vitamin. What is dangerous is vitamin deficiency. The number of conventionally-educated, hospital trained doctors that support vitamin C therapy is growing. Hoffer was among the first. Your oncologist could be next. Let him/her read Vitamin C and Cancer . When exposed to the acidic environment of cancer, vitamin C basically produces peroxide and oxidizes the cancer cells, similar to the way the immune system destroys cancer cells. “Taking the Mistery out of Cancer” by By Dr. David W. Tanton, Ph.D. Killing Cancer Cells With High pH Therapy Cesium Chloride and Cesium Carbonate Kills Cancer Cells Cells, whether cancerous or normal can only live and reproduce (undergo mitosis) in a pH range of between 6.5 and 7.5. A healthy cell has a pH of 7.35 while a cancer cell is more acidic. Cesium when taken orally will raise the pH of cancer cells, but not that of normal cells. When the pH of a cancer cell goes above 7.5 it dies and if it goes above 8.0 it will die in a matter of hours. What can enter a cancer cell Every cell in the body is like a little battery. To successfully bring nourishment in, and take poisons out, it has to be fully charged. In a
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cancerous cell, the charge (called cell voltage) drops from 90 millivolts to less than 40 millivolts. When the cell voltage gets to the very bottom, only 5 substances can pass in or out of the cell. They are water, sugar, potassium, cesium and rubidium. Oxygen cannot enter into a cancer cell. So you see, even if there is a lot of oxygen in the blood, it won't get into the cell. Cesium, because of its electrical properties can still enter the cancerous cell. When it does so, because of it's extreme alkalinity, the cell dies. Luckily, healthy cells are not affected by cesium because their cell voltage allows them to balance themselves. The only side effect is a loss of potassium which can be remedied with eating a few bananas and potatoes. (PLEASE NOTE: Bananas, although they are rich in potassium, do contain a lot of sugar - The only part of a potato that contains sufficient amounts of potassium is the peel, the rest is carbohydrate and will turn to sugar, there are better choices for supplementing your potassium...~Vickie) It is interesting to note that cancer is virtually unknown among the Hopi
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