Scientists are aware that when the cells in the body are exposed to higher than usual temperatures, changes take place inside these cells, and some of the changes can be used to increase the efficiency of orthomolecular cancer treatments. The first attempts to treat cancer with heat produced mixed results, probably because of the difficulty in effectively regulating the ideal temperature to the body part being treated, whilst limiting potentially invasive effects on other parts of the body.
Current advancements like the SO3H system give superior control and offer precise heat delivery.
Tumor cells are usually invisible to the immune system, which is why it does not fight them for the cancer patient. However, under the influence of heat and UV rays tumor cells form “heat shock proteins”, which effectively identify non-healthy cells that are present on the perimeter of the cancerous cells. The body’s immune system then detects these proteins as harmful cells, and triggers its immune cells to fight the cancer cells.
Although healthy human cells thrive on oxygen, cancer cells are anaerobic, which means they cannot survive in high oxygen concentrations. The overexposure to oxygen in tumor cells, also known as Hypothermic Ozonification, causes the over-acidification of the heated cells and results in a nutrient deficiency in the tumor. The cellular metabolism is destroyed and therefore apoptosis occurs, which is the death of a malignant cell.
Some health professionals have made links between a diet that contains foods that are rich in oxygen and optimum health, and have blamed oxygen deficient food products on many cancers. At Angeles hospital we use nutrition as medicine but go beyond this approach for more immediate and dramatic results. Please contact us using the form on the right to learn about our impressive success rate with even stage three and stage four cancers.