Treating cancer with the triad of voltage, alkalinity and oxygen is an interesting new approach because it treats the fundamental reasons cancer cells form and get aggressive. What is most interesting is that voltage, alkalinity and oxygen levels track each other. They all increase or decrease together yet we can use treatment approaches that focus on each of the triads arms.
Electrons can be used to increase voltage directly. Sodium and potassium bicarbonates can increase alkalinity chemically. And oxygen can be provided in several ways and importantly with slow breathing.
The most important factor in creating proper pH is increasing oxygen because no wastes or toxins can leave the body without first combining with oxygen. The more alkaline you are, the more oxygen your fluids can hold and keep. Oxygen also buffers/oxidizes metabolic waste acids helping to keep you more alkaline. The quickest way to increase oxygen and pH is through the administration of sodium bicarbonate and that is why bicarbonate has always been a mainstay emergency room and intensive care medicine. Of course, when we increase oxygen and pH levels we are simultaneously increasing cellular voltage.
“The Secret of Life is both to feed and nourish the cells and let them flush their waste and toxins”, according to Dr. Alexis Carrell, Nobel Prize recipient in 1912. Dr. Otto Warburg, also a Nobel Prize recipient, in 1931 & 1944, said, “If our internal environment was changed from an acidic oxygen deprived environment to an alkaline environment full of oxygen, viruses, bacteria and fungus cannot live.”
Oxygen Disassociation Curve
The position of the oxygen disassociation curve (ODC) is influenced directly by pH, core body temperature and carbon dioxide pressure. According to Warburg, it is the increased amounts of carcinogens, toxicity and pollution that cause cells to be unable to uptake oxygen efficiently. This is connected with over-acidity, which itself is created principally under low oxygen conditions.
On Wikipedia we read, “The strength with which oxygen binds to hemoglobin is affected by several factors. These factors shift or reshape the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve. A rightward shift indicates that the hemoglobin under study has a decreased affinity for oxygen. This makes it more difficult for hemoglobin to bind to oxygen (requiring a higher partial pressure of oxygen to achieve the same oxygen saturation), but it makes it easier for the hemoglobin to release oxygen bound to it. The effect of this rightward shift of the curve increases the partial pressure of oxygen in the tissues when it is most needed, such as during exercise, or hemorrhagic shock. In contrast, the curve is shifted to the left by the opposite of these conditions. This leftward shift indicates that the hemoglobin under study has an increased affinity for oxygen so that hemoglobin binds oxygen more easily, but unloads it more reluctantly. Left shift of the curve is a sign of hemoglobin’s increased affinity for oxygen (e.g. at the lungs). Similarly, right shift shows decreased affinity, as would appear with an increase in either body temperature, hydrogen ions, 2,3-bisphosphoglycerate (formerly named diphosphoglycerate, which is now considered incorrect) or carbon dioxide concentration.”
|Temperature||left shift||right shift|
|2,3-BPG||left shift||right shift|
|p(CO2)||left shift||right shift|
|pH (Bohr effect)||right shift (acidosis)||left shift (alkalosis)|
According to Annelie Pompe, a prominent mountaineer and world-champion free diver, alkaline tissues can hold up to 20 times more oxygen than acidic ones. When our body cells and tissues are acidic (below pH of 6.5-7.0), they lose their ability to exchange oxygen. Increases of carbon dioxide, bicarbonates and electrons lead to increased oxygen.
Tumor cell differentiation, tumor hypoxia and low cellular pH and voltage affects gene expression, genetic stability, genetic repair, protein structures, protein activity, intracellular mineral concentrations, and types of metabolic pathways used for energy production.
There is no shortage of research showing the link between pH and cancer, which translates clearly into there is plenty of research showing a link between cancer and low voltage since voltage and pH are measurements of the same thing.
Cancer thrives in an acidic low voltage low oxygen environment, and doesn’t survive in a normal, more alkaline (high voltage) environment. Cancer cells make your body more acidic as they produce lactic acid.
The severity of hypoxia and acidosis in tumors can affect tumor cell invasiveness, metastasis as well as the risk of recurrence. UT Southwestern scientists led by Dr. Ralph Mason reported in the online issue of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine that countering hypoxic and aggressive tumors with an “oxygen challenge” — inhaling oxygen while monitoring tumor response — coincides with a greater delay in tumor growth in an irradiated animal model.
Scientists at the University of Colorado Cancer Center said, “It seems as if a tumor deprived of oxygen would shrink. However, numerous studies have shown that tumor hypoxia, in which portions of the tumor have significantly low oxygen concentrations, is in fact linked with more aggressive tumor behavior and poorer prognosis. It’s as if rather than succumbing to gently hypoxic conditions, the lack of oxygen commonly created as a tumor outgrows its blood supply signals a tumor to grow and metastasize in search of new oxygen sources — for example, hypoxic bladder cancers are likely to metastasize to the lungs, which is frequently deadly.”
A team of researchers lead by Dr. Bradly Wouters, at the University of Toronto, Canada assert that tumors with large areas with low levels of oxygen (areas known as hypoxic regions) are associated with poor prognosis and treatment response. Not all the regions of a tumor are equal in terms of their oxygen levels. One clinically important implication of this is that tumors with large areas with low levels of oxygen (areas known as hypoxic regions) are associated with poor prognosis and treatment response.
Dr. Paolo Michieli and colleagues, at the University of Turin Medical School, Italy found that tumors rely on hypoxia to promote their own expansion. Hypoxia is a key factor driving tumor progression. This is a hallmark of malignant tumors and has been suggested to promote tumor progression.
Combination Treatment Approach to Treating Cancer
Combined with other treatment approaches regulating cell voltage is another way of treating cancer. Researchers in the US have already found out that simply regulating the voltage of tumorous cells could be enough to stop them spreading out of control but when combined with oxygen (hyperbaric chambers or Live O2), sodium bicarbonate, remineralization and super nutrition we have a cancer approach that is worth consideration.
Using voltage testing and voltage for treatment is a relatively new way of dealing with cancer. “There’s been a little bit of disbelief, because it’s a whole different ball game,” says Dr. Mustafa Djamgoz, a cancer biologist at Imperial College in London. “It has opened up a whole new set of opportunities.”
Oncologists know that having a strong immune system is important in fighting cancer. “The immune system needs voltage, iodine and ozone to kill bugs. Tumors cannot grow if the oxygen levels are normal, and oxygen levels are controlled by voltage,” says Dr. Jerry Tennant. He could have said oxygen levels are controlled by pH or oxygen levels control voltage because if there is too little oxygen then the mitochondria cannot create enough ATP to keep cellular energy high.
Do Not Forget the Body Temperature
It is important to notice in the above chart about the oxygen disassociation curve that temperature is important. Adding heat into the body of anyone via the heavy use of infrared sleeping mats will also help to increase immune system strength, while giving the patient a great measure of comfort for pain.
Electromagnetic Fields, Voltage, Cellular Communication, Oxygen Deprivation
Dr. Aleksandr Samuilovich Presman in his 1970 book Electromagnetic Fields and Life identified several significant effects of the interaction of electromagnetic fields with living organisms. Electromagnetic fields: 1) have information and communication roles in that they are employed by living organisms as information conveyors from the environment to the organism, within the organism and among organisms and 2) are involved in life’s vital processes in that they facilitate pattern formation, organization and growth control within the organism.
Dr. Haltiwanger says, “Normal cells possess the ability to communicate information inside themselves and between other cells. The coordination of information by the cells of the body is involved in the regulation and integration of cellular functions and cell growth. It takes energy to communicate it takes voltage. When cancer arises cancer cells are no longer regulated by the normal control mechanisms. Communication breaks down because there is not enough voltage for anything but destruction.”
All biological process and in particular the metabolism of every single cell are based on their voltage and electromagnetic frequency. Only an organism which is sufficiently supplied with energy is able to control the self-regulating mechanisms and has the powers of regeneration and healing.
“The ideal task of cancer therapy is to restore the function of the oxidizing systems,” wrote Dr. Max Gerson in his book, A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases and the Cure of Advanced Cancer. “Deprive a cell of 35% of its oxygen for 48 hours and it may become cancerous,” said Dr. Otto Warburg. Deprived of air we die, but our cells have a bastardly trick up their sleeves where they can survive low-oxygen conditions. We call this condition cancer, the slow starvation of healthy cells while cancer cells thrive.
Cancer involves an interaction between rogue cells and surrounding tissue. This is the clear message of Dr. Mina Bissell. Cancer cells routinely form in most people’s bodies in areas of low voltage, low oxygen and acidic pH. What this means is that the health or sickness of surrounding cells and the surrounding extracellular matrix interact to shape cancer cell behaviors such as polarity, migration and proliferation.
In the New York Times, we see Dr. Susan Love, a breast cancer surgeon saying, “What it means, if all this environmental stuff is right, is that we should be able to reverse cancer without having to kill cells. This could open up a whole new way of thinking about cancer that would be much less assaultive.”
Cancer geneticist Dr. Bert Vogelstein, director of the Ludwig Center for Cancer Genetics and Therapeutics at John Hopkins said, “One cannot fully understand that disease unless one understands the tumor’s environment.” Though not the only way, microcurrent is the easiest and most direct way of altering local environments that surround cancer tumors.
Electrocution of Cancer Cells
Some medical scientists discovered that zapping cells with extremely brief, high-voltage electric pulses that they could trigger the self-destruct mechanism in the cells’ biochemical machinery. In the 1950’s, a Swedish radiologist and surgeon, Dr. Björn Nordenström demonstrated that when microcurrent was passed through needles implanted into cancerous tumors it blocked cancer pain and in many cases caused the tumors to regress or disappear. He theorized that this treatment set up a form of electro-osmosis that dehydrated the tumor and blocked production of pain-producing substances such as histamine.
Dr Haltiwanger said that Nordenström’s technique was to place the positive electrode into the tumor and the negative electrode outside of the tumor. “This resulted in an increased flow of electrons into the tumor, a change in the electrical field around a tumor and activation of membrane receptors and ion channels. If tumor cells are in fact electron deficient this increased flow of electrons, membrane receptor effects and movement of ions through ion channels will have definite effects on cellular metabolic processes.”
Dr. Karl H. Schoenbach and Dr. Stephen Beebe reported inducing apoptosis in cancer cells with electric pulses in 2001. Using needle electrodes, they zapped tumors with a series of electric pulses 300 nanoseconds long and 60 kilovolts per centimeter in magnitude. They found that treated tumors grew only 50 to 60 percent as big as the untreated tumor, with many cells dying by apoptosis. Delivering such high voltage in just a few billionths of a second is akin to accelerating a car from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour and then decelerating it back to 0, all within 1 second. This is not what we are recommending.
Low-level electromagnetic fields are known and used to halt cancer cell growth. Voltage is synonymous with electromagnetic fields. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) is FDA approved to promote the healing of non-healing bone unions and has been used in Europe for over 20 years with individuals with cancer, migraines, sports related injuries, wound healing and other pain syndromes.
In layman’s terms, low-frequency pulses create a brief, intense voltage around each cell. The mitochondria within the cell grab some of this energy. This, in turn, makes the cell more efficient at producing ATP and delivering oxygen throughout the body. Using microcurrent is a more direct way of bathing cells with voltage boosting ATP production even higher than PEMF techniques though the two can and should be used together.
The spread or metastases of cancer is inversely proportional to the amount of oxygen and the acidity around the cancer cells. The more oxygen, the slower the cancer spreads. The less oxygen and the higher the acidity the faster the cancer spreads. If cancer cells get enough oxygen, they will die (cancer cells are anaerobic). If you deprive a group of cells of vital oxygen (their primary source of energy), some will die, but others will manage to alter their genetic software program and mutate and be able to live without oxygen.
When the oxygen level drops below 60%, the respiration process of making energy changes into fermentation in a cancer cell. Normal cells turn cancerous. Normal body cells need oxygen and are aerobic whereas cancer cells do not need oxygen and are anaerobic. Healthy cells metabolize, burn oxygen and glucose to produce ATP.
Bottom line, orthodox cancer treatments do not treat cancer for they not only do not address oxygen, pH and voltage levels, they make the situation worse by lowering oxygen levels further, turn the body more acid and thus health and voltage levels suffer. What else should one expect from toxic chemicals found in chemotherapy and highly toxic nuclear radiation that is also used in orthodox cancer treatments and tests. Sometimes these dangerous treatments do kill cancer before it kills the host.
No matter what anyone says cancer survival statistics still imply that present orthodox cancer treatments are not doing the job they should be doing, which is to from the first moment of diagnosis, to raise body oxygen levels along with pH levels as well as increase overall body voltage through a host of means.
It is important to note that magnesium also increases oxygen delivery to the cells because magnesium is crucial for red blood cells to retain shape—thus their ability to carry oxygen. Magnesium is one of the most overlooked anticancer agents.
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