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Target Cancer

One of the most tragic truths of our world today is that most people with cancer die from the treatments, not from the natural progression of cancer.

People who do absolutely nothing live 4 times longer than people who participate in conventional treatments

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Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a former professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, Berkeley, has studied the life expectancy of patients for more than 25 years and has come to the conclusion that full-dose chemotherapy does more harm than good.

“People who refused treatment lived for an average of 12 and a half years, and those who accepted other kinds of treatment lived on for an average of only 3 years,” stated Dr. Jones about his study’s findings, published in the journal Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Jones’ study also found that the same is true concerning conventional treatments for breast cancer. Women with breast cancer who refused chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery — and remained untreated — likewise lived four times longer than women who went under the knife or agreed to be poisoned with chemicals.

Unfortunately, the conventional approach to cancer is based upon the military model, where the doctor is the General and the nurses and technicians are the soldiers in a war against “the tumor”. The problem with this approach is that the battleground for this war against the tumor(s), is the human body, where all of the collateral damage occurs, which are euphemistically referred to as “side effects”.

Although the conventional, non-surgical approach to treating cancer (high dose chemo, radiation, targeted gene therapies, monoclonal antibodies) is effective in damaging and shrinking tumors, it is also equally as effective in damaging and shrinking healthy tissues and organs resulting in a greatly diminished quality of life.

That means that most patients lose their appetites, experience nausea and vomiting, have difficulty with their bowels, have very poor energy levels, are unable to sleep, and are often depressed.

Our focus is on the patient, not the tumor.

Our goal is to eliminate the tumors while allowing the patient to enjoy being alive and spending time with their family and friends, continue working and having a social life, enjoy a good night’s sleep and have their bowels and other bodily functions proceed as close to normal as possible.

This is a person-oriented approach and not a tumor-oriented approach.

We do not “go to war” against the tumor since it is part of the body and that would be the same thing as going to war against the person.

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Metabolic vs. Cytotoxic Therapies

Metabolic Therapies
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In order to effectively eliminate cancer, one must understand the biology of cancer
     •  Cancer cells are lacking in many enzymes that healthy cells have
     •  Therefore, they are unable to survive because they cannot metabolize these metabolic therapies
     •  This exploits the cancer cell’s enzymatic limitations

Cytotoxic Therapies
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Use substances that are toxic to both cancer and healthy cells
     •  Therefore cytotoxic therapies destroy both cancer and healthy cells
     •  Normal functions such as eating, digesting, sleeping, and exercising are impaired, and quality of life is diminished and eventually lost

“Metabolic Therapy” (non-toxic)

By knowing which enzymes a cancer cell has and does not have, we can challenge the cancer cells by administering a therapy that will require the cancer to do something that it simply cannot do because it does not have those enzymes and so it dies. BUT on the other hand, non-cancerous cells (healthy cells) do have those enzymes and can easily manage them.

The result of this kind of therapy:

  • The Cancer Cells Die
  • No Damage is Caused to Healthy Cells and Tissues
  • Healthy Cells are Enhanced

Metabolic vs. Cytotoxic Therapies

There are certain situations where chemotherapy is necessary and so it is administered as metronomic (low dose) chemotherapy along with a biological response modifier so as to minimize “side effects” and target cancer specifically.

Below is a list of the multiple ways our treatments and therapies target cancer cells.

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