Did you know that if you contract stage-4 cancer, conventional
medicine has absolutely nothing that can cure you? Some time
ago, the Congressional Record stated that no one has ever been
cured at this late stage with chemo, radiation, surgery, or any
combination of these.
What’s worse, though, is that the government knows this
is true and still gives orthodox medicine a government-granted
monopoly on cancer treatment.
Fortunately, there are mavericks that risk their livelihood to
offer treatments that can beat cancer at any stage. While some
of them end up in prison or in poverty, there are others who
fly below the government’s radar and make a huge difference
in the way we fight cancer.
One such man was Otto Warburg, one of my greatest medical heroes.
What he discovered about cancer more than half a century ago
won him the Nobel Prize. But more importantly, it may spare
Warburg was a brilliant German scientist who found the common
denominator of all cancers. It’s a very simple thread
that connects every cancer — and exposes cancer’s
weakness. His meticulous research won him the Nobel Prize
in 1931. And subsequent groundbreaking work earned him a
Nobel Prize offer in 1944. Unfortunately, the Nazis wouldn’t
let him receive it. Warburg studied cancer in real time. That means he studied
cells as they transformed from normal to cancer as it was
happening. His incredible paper was called “The Metabolism of Carcinoma
Cells.” It was published in America in the Journal of Cancer
Research in 1925.
connection he discovered was a common metabolic link in all
cancers. And it was not pesticides, preservatives, radiation,
chemicals, poisons, or any other carcinogen. Wait a minute!
Weren’t we taught to believe that carcinogens damage
DNA and cause cancer by genetic injury? It’s true all
of these are factors. But they all lead to only one simple
bottom line — they all prevent your cells from getting
or using oxygen.
Warburg’s story is all about oxygen. You know that I, too,
love to use oxygen to treat disease. It’s the stuff of
life. Consume more oxygen and live longer. Consume less and your
life will be shortened with more chronic degeneration. Just what
kind of degeneration? Not just circulatory diseases and infections,
doctors think that less oxygen simply means a heart attack
or stroke. But Warburg proved it also can mean cancer. Here’s
why: You know that your cells need to make energy. They do
that by burning sugars and fats with oxygen. It’s sort
of like the combustion engine, which burns gasoline and oxygen
in your car’s engine. Deprive your car’s engine
of gasoline or oxygen, and it will stop running. Warburg found
that malignant tumors always have a degree of oxygen deprivation.
also found that cancerous tumors produced far more lactic
acid than benign tumors. Lactic acid is what cells produce
when they burn sugar without enough oxygen. It’s also
what yeast produces when it ferments. Warburg argued that,
malignant cancer cells are essentially cells that are fermenting.
As the degree of fermentation increases, so does the degree
the next question is, “Why don’t you get cancer
in your brain or heart when a clot forms cutting off the blood
supply?” That kind of oxygen deficit will cause instant
cell death — a heart attack or stroke.
found in order for cancer to develop, damaged cells must survive
long enough for fermentation to start. Total oxygen
deprivation definitely means cell death and no subsequent degeneration
to cancer. So there’s a mysterious delay between a partial
insult and the development of cancer. The length of this delay
is different in different animals. In man, it can take several
decades. Or it can happen much quicker.
emphasized that you can’t make a cell ferment unless
a LACK OF OXYGEN is involved. In 1955, two American scientists,
R.A. Malmgren and C.C. Flanigan, confirmed Warburg’s findings.
They found that oxygen deficiency is ALWAYS present when cancer
here’s the real kicker. Warburg found that you can
reverse fermentation simply by adding oxygen – but only
if you do it early enough. He incubated cells in nitrogen, starving
them of oxygen for regular but short periods. Starving the cells
of oxygen caused them to begin fermentation. Restoring oxygen
promptly enabled the cells to recover. But the longer they were
oxygen starved, the slower and less certain the recovery. With
enough oxygen starvation, cells don’t recover. Once they
reach a certain point, no amount of oxygen will return them to
all of this begs the question, “Why do cells lose oxygen
in the first place?” I mentioned earlier that poisons,
preservatives, radiation, or other carcinogens all affect a cell’s
ability to use oxygen. But there’s something far more common
that has the same impact — glucose.
said that glucose brings a cell’s ability to use
oxygen to a standstill. So if you flood your cells with glucose,
your cells won’t get the oxygen they need to function correctly.
That will begin fermentation, which leads to cancer. This is
why I repeatedly call for you to avoid all refined foods. That’s
the best way to stop the flood of glucose into your cells.
you know the underlying cause of cancer. The next question
to consider is what we can do to enhance oxygen delivery. Well,
one method is exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT or multi-step
therapy), which I’ve told you about in the past.
what about your diet? Warburg did a lot of work on vitamins,
minerals, and other nutrients. He found that they help cells
use oxygen more efficiently. Today, we know that vitamins and
minerals are absolute requirements for your enzymes to work.
When you’re deficient in nutrients, it impairs your cell’s
ability to use oxygen and produce energy. I prefer you get
most of your nutrients from your food. But supplements will
Ref: Cancer Research, vol. 15(7).