Posted by Dr Sircus on February 6, 2013
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On the American Cancer Society’s site you will read, “Sodium bicarbonate, also known as baking soda, is promoted by some alternative practitioners as cancer treatment. This treatment is based on the theory that cancer is caused by a form of yeast infection and that sodium bicarbonate can kill the yeast. This claim is not supported by science or clinical evidence and is contrary to widely accepted basic facts of oncology and microbiology. Sodium bicarbonate is used as a conventional treatment for disorders in which the blood is too acidic. It is also used as an over-the-counter remedy for heartburn.”
The American Cancer Society obviously pays too much attention to the thoughts of Dr. Tullio Simoncini and not enough to basic medical science that insists that the pharmacology of sodium bicarbonate (simple baking soda) is one of providing rapid pH changes in fluids and tissues. The American Cancer Society needs to update its website to reflect the most recent science that tells us that sodium bicarbonate is an ideal cancer treatment because cancer and tumor growth are pH sensitive.
Even though something as simple as baking soda can cure cancer, we are not supposed to say that or even think it without the threat of FDA marines flying in through the windows. Saying that sodium bicarbonate treats cancer and should be used by every cancer patient is something the International Medical Veritas Association (IMVA) has been saying for years. Recent research now backs that assertion.
For everyone who chooses highly toxic and dangerous chemotherapy that is administered with sodium bicarbonate, please be advised that science is indicating that it might be the sodium bicarbonate (used to buffer the toxicity of the chemo chemicals so the chemo does not burn you alive on the spot) that’s doing the helping and not the poisons.
When medical historians get through writing about 20th century medicine they will surely come to the conclusion that the story of chemotherapy would have been a lot worse if sodium bicarbonate was not already in wide use for cancer patients taking chemotherapy.
Wouldn’t it be sickening to think that patients had to take a pile of poison just to get their simple, inexpensive and safe bicarbonate treatments?
Director International Medical Veritas Association
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine