Stop Making Cancer

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Stop Making Cancer

Whether or not it is difficult to eliminate cancer, the greatest challenge is keeping it from coming back. Many times, it is as simple as one surgery or one series of radiotherapy sessions, and it is gone. And there are other times when it requires a great deal of effort and time to eliminate the existing cancer with surgery, radiotherapy, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy. However, if one does not stop making cancer, it will come back. If one pulls all of the weeds from the backyard, for example, yet weed seeds continue to blow onto the soil, there will be more weeds. If one has a tumor on any organ, such as the breast, ovary, or colon and it does not grow and does not spread to anywhere else, the person will live a normal life. So, the question for the doctor is not, “How do I get rid of this?”, but rather the question is, “How do I stop making this?” There are circumstances where surgery or some sort of chemotherapy or radiotherapy are the necessary first steps, such as when there are:
  • Excruciating pain
  • There is imminent disruption of vital bodily functions, such as breathing, eating, bowel movements, etc.
  • The tumor is in the brain and growing quickly or on the spine or about to crush a bone, etc.
  • Then the primary focus of treatment should be to stop cancer from forming.
The consequences of ignoring this aspect of eliminating the initial cause or circumstances that occurred in the first place are demonstrated by the fact that conventional treatments like surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and immunotherapies, even when having eliminated all visible tumors, there is a sad and disappointing recurrence 9-18+ months later. Therefore, if the person does not stop making cancer, it clearly does not matter how well or how many times the doctor gets rid of it, it will come back.

It is well established in oncology literature that 90% of cancer deaths are due to metastases, not the primary tumor.

There are four elements involved with cancer recurrence:

(1) the initial cause has not been eliminated

(2) the cancer stem cells that remain at the completion of conventional treatment find a new location to grow and multiply

(3) the immune system has been so compromised that it is unable to perform one of its primary functions of protecting and defending against cancer, and

(4) all of the biological requirements of the body must be satisfied such that the terrain of the body is functioning optimally and not producing microenvironments that are suitable for abnormal cells.

Therefore, to “Stop Making Cancer”, one must diligently and methodically eliminate all potential causes of cancer, eliminate cancer stem cells, and bring the immune system back into a harmonious balance with the enhanced ability to effectively identify any abnormal cells early on and eliminate them.

The transition from a normal cell to a cancer cell occurs when a confluence of toxicities renders it impossible for the cell to effectively produce energy through the normal, standard method of combining oxygen with glucose in the mitochondria of the cell to produce adequate energy for cellular function. Such a compromised cell must, therefore, modify its energy-producing methods from what is known as oxidative phosphorylation to glycolysis (fermentation).

Eliminating The Cause:

Living in the 21st century with the overwhelming assemblage and accumulation of poisonous substances and electromagnetic frequencies, as well as continuous life-threatening psychological stresses requires that biological organisms either adapt or become extinct.  The human organism, along with most other higher life forms requires vast amounts of energy to function which is accomplished through a very efficient method of converting nutrients and gasses into usable biological energy. In each cell are 100s to 1000s of small organelle designed for this purpose called mitochondria. Utilizing oxygen, they are therefore the most vulnerable to toxin substances and frequencies due to the highly reactive nature of oxygen. Hence, when a sufficient amount of these destructive influences converge on a cell, it adapts by producing energy through a different, more primitive mechanism that does not require oxygen, glycolysis (fermentation). Once the cell has modified its fundamental structure and functions to successfully produce adequate energy with or without oxygen, it becomes a chronically fermenting cell (CFC). This transition from one cell type to the other is a natural, adaptive process that all such cells are capable of allowing them to survive. However, this new cell type, having different metabolic requirements can only function in a different milieu due to its unique needs, hence it produces substances that are necessary for itself but have a destructive effect on normal cells when they come into contact and are exposed to this microenvironment. This microenvironment is the biochemical soup or “soil”, if you will, which has all of the elements necessary for CFC stem cells to “take root” and grow.

Therefore, in order for the CFCs not to propagate, this ‘soil’ or microenvironment must remain the same as that which is required for a healthy functioning cell, not a CFC. All toxins must be removed, and new exposures prevented as much as possible. The elements involved here require:

Biological Dentistry

  1. 3D cone beam CT and standard dental x-rays to evaluate for cavitations, root canals, and other hidden infections.
  2. Dental surgeries to remove abscesses and infections with laser, ozonated water, and then sterilize with ozone gas.
  3. Teeth restoration
  4. Tongue placement
  5. Temporal joint (jaw joint).
  6. Airway health … most people have compromised airways and that impacts the oxygenation of blood.
  7. Oral biome evaluation and restoration.

Detoxification Therapies

  1. Double Filtration Plasma Pheresis (DFPP)
  2. Colon Hydrotherapy
  3. Juice cleansing
  4. Water fasting (when necessary)
  5. Biotoxin binders
  6. Fulvic and Humic acid
  7. Parasite cleansing
  8. Electro Lymphatic Therapies (ELT) and Manual Lymphatic Massage
  9. Exercise with oxygen (EWOT)
  10. Meditation and breathing exercises

Movement Therapies

  1. Yoga, Tai Chi, and Qigong
  2. Kinesiology movement therapies….at least every 60-90 minutes for 10 minutes
  3. Whole body vibration plates
  4. Rebounder
  5. Stationary bicycle
  6. Jumping rope
  7. Jumping jacks

Diet and Lifestyle

  1. School of Life health educational courses on all aspects of healthy living; from sleeping to movement to stress reduction to interpersonal relationships to healthy eating to reconnecting with nature.
  2. Learning all aspects of preparing delicious, healthy food and snacks, juices, smoothies, dehydrated food, fermented food, and sprouted food.

Immune System

The immune system consists of multiple organs, glands, and lymphatic vessels.  All immune cells are produced in the bone marrow, where red blood cells and platelets are also produced. Immune cells originate as neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils, basophils, and monocytes. The monocytes circulate in the blood and then migrate to the tissues of the body as macrophages and dendritic cells, unique to every organ. Lymphocytes that migrate to the lymph nodes become B-cells that produce antibodies, those that migrate to the thymus gland become T cells (T4, T8), natural killer (NK) cells are produced in the bone marrow and migrate to the lung, liver, spleen, or thymus or gravid (pregnant) uterus where they mature and are found in the liver, uterus, spleen, and lung, as well as in secondary lymphoid tissues (SLT), mucosal-associated lymphoid tissues (MALT), and the thymus.

There are two basic aspects of the immune system: innate and adaptive. The cells involved in the innate system do not require help to locate and destroy pathogens or abnormal CFCs, whereas the adaptive immune cells must be given precise biochemical information from other immune cells, such as macrophages and dendritic cells (DC) to become activated. Once activated, they are able to not only identify and eliminate specific pathogens or CFCs but are able to remain in circulation as memory cells and this is what is referred to as “being immune” to something due to previous exposure.

All cells “swim” in the extracellular fluid (ECF), which is derived from the blood and has all the nutrients, hormones, peptides, electrolytes, gasses, toxins, etc. that are in the blood, except the red blood cells. Additionally, the ECF contains all of the waste materials that have not been eliminated. The ECF is drained 90% by veins, which carry the blood back to the heart for another go around and 10% are drained by lymphatic vessels to lymph nodes where an immune response is developed if it is necessary due to the presence of a pathogen or an abnormal cell. Residing and waiting in the lymph nodes are white blood cells (lymphocytes), B cells, T cells, dendritic cells, macrophages, and plasma cells (primed B cells). The lymph node is the intelligence headquarters of the immune system and is where all the decisions are made and communicated to the rest of the body.

The spleen eliminates pathogens due to the presence of immune cells and controls the level of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets by filtering out old ones.

Tumor Microenvironment (TME)

As discussed previously, the milieu of the microenvironment determines the activity of the cells in it, hence the tumor microenvironment, being very acidic and low in oxygen and containing many chemical messengers produced by different cells (cytokines) drastically influences the cells of the immune system.

When the macrophage, for example, enters the TME to eliminate the CFCs, it transitions to a tumor-associated macrophage (TAM), which now supports tumor growth and protects it. The same goes for the DC cells and the NK cells become inactivated. Additionally, there is a great increase in the type of T4 cells. This results in them dividing into more Tregs, which decreases the ability of the activated T8 cells from destroying the CFCs.

Fortunately, there are ways to modify and reverse the effects of the TME and they must be employed as part of the lifestyle and activities of daily living to stop making cancer.

Although there are several therapies, one method to restore the tumor microenvironment (TME) is by using peptides:

  1. Thymosin alpha 1
  2. Metenkephalin

CFC Stem Cells

CFC stem cells comprise between 0.5-1.0% of the cells in the tumor and they are the only cells capable of forming new tumors (metastases). Furthermore, they are resistant to both chemotherapy and radiotherapy and in fact, both of those standard modalities of conventional treatment have been proven to increase the number of both circulating tumor cells and CFC stem cells. One of the ways that is accomplished is by converting mature cells back into CFC stem cells. Additionally, both chemotherapy and radiotherapy chemotherapy favor the dissemination of CFC stem cells (the seeds) from primary tumors and promote a favorable microenvironment (the soil) to receive CFC stem cells, thereby explaining the paradoxical pro-metastatic effect of both chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Eliminate CFC Stem Cells

There are various proven therapies published in the peer reviewed oncology literature that directly kill CFC stem cells which are an integral part of the healing program at Oasis Healing Center.

For a comprehensive healing program to be truly effective must consider not only restoring health but to maintaining it. For a long healthy life, it is highly necessary to address the processes that lead to the initiation and progression of cancer in the first place. Cancer takes usually years to develop, and the underlying causes are chronic disturbances in body functions from a multitude of sources.

With a combination of several modalities, our goal is to restore the biochemical environment of the body to a healthy state that is unfavorable for CFCs to progress. Some of these healing aspects are lifestyle practices that have a substantial impact if implemented in everyday life. That is why we have developed and incorporated into our program The Oasis School of Life to prepare people to live the rest of their lives full of vitality and health. Our School of Life includes education and practical training, covering all the areas required for a healthy life, even after returning home. At Oasis Healing Asia, we provide people with continuous learning.

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