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Ozone Therapies for Breast Cancer Treatment

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“With breast cancer, it’s all about detection. You have to educate young women and encourage them to do everything that they have to do.” – Bill Rancic, American Entrepreneur.

While there are multiple terminal diseases that currently exist, cancer still remains one of the most difficult to eradicate due to its unpredictable behavior, mutations and abnormal changes. Cancer is usually caused by genetic changes in cell DNA that were altered by environmental factors such as tobacco smoke, heavy metals or chemical exposure. The genes are found within the cell nucleus, and when they undergo cell division, they normally are replacing cells that grow old and/or die. However, when cells experience changes due to altered DNA, the change causes the cell division process to go out of control and produce unhealthy cells that eventually result in a tumor. Breast cancer is a type of tumor that develops within the breast of a patient (in both women and men alike). In most cases, these tumors become malignant, and if left untreated, can spread beyond the original location to other areas of the body.

A lot of research has been conducted into several cancer types in order to determine the best treatment options for patients. When it comes to breast cancer specifically, many conventional doctors recommend mammograms (for early detection) and treatment methods such as surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. These are extremely well-known for being the best options in order to increase prognosis and quality of life. However, at LifeWorks Wellness Center, we understand that these methods aren’t the only options. As a matter of fact, while these may be effective for some, it’s a lot more damaging to others and sometimes only worsens the aggressiveness of the tumor cells. Simultaneously, these methods are extremely invasive and can permanently destroy one’s immune system, which only worsens their quality of life in the long-term. That’s why we offer alternative treatments for those seeking other options. Some of our breast cancer alternative remedies include insulin-potentiation therapy (IPT) along with intravenous therapy, peptides, supplement regimens, dietary changes, and ozone therapies.

Ozone is a reactive gas that contains three oxygen atoms (O3) instead of two. The substance is normally found within the stratosphere and protects the earth and its living organisms from the ultra-violet light and radiation from the sun. As a breast cancer treatment, it has an abundance of benefits to boost the immune system, reset mitochondria, and detoxify the body of all environmental toxins. Listed below are a few ozone therapies that are recommended to breast cancer patients.

Some Ozone Therapies for Breast Cancer Treatments

Polychromatic Ultra-Violet Blood Irradiation (PC-UVBI)

A regular ultra-violet blood irradiation treatment helps to stimulate the body’s oxidation and kill malignant microorganisms. Additionally, it helps the immune system remain intact while undergoing IPT that contains low-dose chemo drugs. However, for breast cancer patients, a photo-reactive substance called Methylene Blue is ingested prior to the treatment, making it a PC-UVBI. Methylene Blue is used to emit free radicals and facilitates the targeting of atypical cells in the body. Patients will have about 100cc to 250cc’s of blood drawn, mixed into a bag with saline, and filled with ozone. The ozonated blood then comes in contact with ultra-violet light before it is returned into the system.

Hyperthermic Ozone and Carbonic Acid Transdermal Technology (HOCATT)

HOCATT is a steam sauna in which the patient sits in an enclosed chamber that covers their body while their head and neck remain exposed. Once the sauna heats up, carbon dioxide gas is infused to react with the steam to open up the pores and prep the body to absorb the ozone that is eventually filled into the sauna after the CO2. HOCATT is a therapy used for various conditions such as autoimmune disease, Lyme, and environmental toxicity, however it is also beneficial as a cancer treatment and prevention tactic. For example, for most cancer patients, HOCATT can improve white blood cell count and help protect the body from chemo induced infections. Additionally, the ozone and oxygen assist in slowing tumor growth and has even caused some tumors to shrink.

Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

MAH is one of the most common types of ozone therapies that is prescribed to patients suffering from all kinds of diseases; cancer included. The treatment is intravenously administered and draws about 100-250ml of blood into a sterilized IV bag. Ozone is injected into the bag and gently shaken before the ozonated blood is returned into the body via IV drip. The mix of one’s blood with ozone creates a healing effect along with the direct enhancement of cell mitochondria. As a result, cancer patients may notice a slower growth and spread of tumors. Additionally, MAH is especially effective when combined with a high dose vitamin C IV treatment, which further boosts the immune system during IPTs.

Don’t Settle With Typical Conventional Methods

Regular cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy have proven to be dangerous to some patients who may already have compromised immune systems. In these cases, chemotherapy may not be a viable option for them. For others, it can be an overwhelming thought not knowing exactly how one’s body will react to these strong chemicals. That’s why many people turn to alternative forms of cancer treatment.

LifeWorks Wellness Center in Clearwater, Florida has successfully treated many cancer patients for over 23 years using natural remedies. Additionally, ozone is used as a detoxifier to eliminate all toxins from the body and reduce other chronic illnesses. If you or someone that you know have been diagnosed with breast cancer (or other cancer types) and are seeking other forms of treatment, please call our office to schedule an appointment with a LifeWorks cancer specialist at 727-466-6789.