Immunotherapy, used as a cancer fighting therapy, essentially enhances the bodies own immune system to enable the destruction of cancer cells. There are many approaches to achieving this, but there is a new treatment that is not only simple but it has cured thousands of cancer patients in the last few years.
One of the most difficult decisions that any cancer patient must make is to choose the options of either chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Both therapies seek to destroy cancer cells but in doing so, they also destroy many healthy cells. Thus, the painful side effects of hair loss and nausea and general weakening of the body’s immune system can sometimes be even more painful than the cancer itself. This is a difficult decision because most doctors can only give these options (including surgery) and it has become such a dogmatic principle that only these two therapies can help cure cancer. However, there are alternatives that work by boosting the immune system rather than damaging it.
One way of boosting the immune system is by making life difficult for the cancer cells. In 1931, Dr. Otto Warburg received a Nobel prize for discovering that cancer cells require an acidic body that is also low in oxygen levels, and it is Dr. Warburg’s research that acted as the catalyst for this new therapy.
Some cancer cells have an amazing ability to mask their presence and remain undetected by the immune system’s scouts called dendritic cells. This therapy seeks to create an oxygen enriched environment that is also more alkali (low in acidiity). Consequently, the cancer cells are stressed, reducing their ability to avoid detection by the dendritic cells and the killer T-cells (cancer killing cells). Once the cancer cell’s, evasion abilities are reduced, the T-cells are able to easily find and destroy the cancer cells.
The methods employed in this therapy are simple and gentle enough that they can be implemented by anyone in their own home. It uses bio-optimized foods and herbs to change the chemistry of the body by increasing the oxygen levels and reducing the acidity. For example, an enzyme called a cytohemin is found in the beet root and was one of the key oxygen increasing enzymes that Dr. Warburg discovered.
The details of this therapy are detailed in the book “Cancer Free” by Bill Henderson. Be sure to read the resource box below to find out more about the book and where to get a copy.