ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS

Alternative Treatment Options

These following alternative treatment options have been shown to be effective in fighting cancer.  We recommend your alternative physician have these in his/her toolbox:

  • 2-DG (2-Deoxy-D-glucose)

  • A hexokinase II (HK2) inhibitor that can cause cell death by competing with glucose in the energy the cycle.
  • 3BP (3-Bromopyruvate).

  • Another HK2 inhibitor which kills cancer cells without damaging normal cells and is then broken down, leaving the body without any remaining toxicity.
  • 5-Azacytidine

  • This macrophage activating factor (MAF) can be used to stimulate the immune system back into action.
  • Cesium Chloride

  • Alkalinizes the blood while being toxic to cancer cells.
  • DMSO

  • Helps get therapeutics into cancer cells and is itself an anti-cancer agent.
  • EDTA

  • Used to remove the heavy metals (which everyone has) that decreases immune response.
  • Estriol

  • Can be used to occupy estrogen receptor sites instead of Tamoxifen.
  • Fatty Acid Synthase Inhibitor

  • Prevents cancer cells from using fatty acids as fuel.
  • Germanium Sesquioxide

  • A cancer cell killer.
  • IPT/LDC

  • Insulin Pontentiated Therapy with low-dose chemo. Small doses of IV insulin opens up cancer cells and closes normal cells so that a tiny dose of chemo can be used to drive the chemo into the cancer cells without damaging white bloods cells, liver, heart, and other organs.
  • Lonidamine

  • Increases lactic acid in cancer cells which causes cell death, and does not damage white blood cells or normal cells.
  • Methylglyoxal

  • Helps degrade the energy production cycle of cancer cells.
  • Naltrexone

  • Drug that helps recovering alcoholics; has been found useful in cancer in small doses.
  • Ozone

  • Lowers viral, bacterial, fungal and cancer loads in the body.
  • Progesterone

  • Slows cancer cell rate replication.
  • Sodium Bicarbonate

  • Alkalinizes the blood so that it can carry more oxygen.

  • Vitamin C

  • Has been known to treat cancer successfully.