Heat Destroys Cancer
Cancer cells are weaker than normal cells.They can not withstand to high temperatures where healthy cells can.
It is a huge conversation area because high heat can be generated with lots of devices without harming healthy cells.
High heat does not only kills cancer by necrosis,it also generates immunity.
I am one of the believers that heat CURES cancer.
I gave you a promise that i will work on it for all my life for humanity ,just like your great works.
Thank You Daniel
Maybe something could be done with a microwave emitter?
This method was also introduced by Manfred von Ardenne and is commonly used in Germany. Its called "Hyperthermie":
Its not only heating up the tumor until it gets damaged, but also to re-sensitize resistant tumor cells to chemotherapy like carboplatin.
Thank you for the link Walter. Indeed it is amazing how helpful this technique is and that it is not used as a conventional treatment method in the hospitals. There is so much literature, experience and case reports to support its benefits ... Nice to see how strong the team is at the University clinic from your link, working on hyperthermia https://hyperthermie.charite.de/ueber_das_zentrum/team/
Thank you for the idea with Hyperthermie. I will take my mom to Iasi, a city in Romania, where they do this procedure.
I expect very soon they will also have it in Bucharest. I was in contact with some Romanian doctor planning to have that in a few months, maybe next month.
I am searching for how to enhance the efficiency of hyperthermia.
We already know glucose deprivation with phlorizin but,inhibition of OXPHOS (Oxidative Phlosphorylation) is very effective when using it with glucose deprivation+hyperthermia.
OXPHOS inhibition is highy interesting.There are some inhibitors on clinical trial now and seems highly effective.In 1980's they were using Rhodamine123.
I think we have to use an OXPHOS inhibitor with glucose inhibition if we want to make a
metabolic treatment,not only with hyperthermia.
Do you know any other drug which we can reach easily?
Interenstingly Rhodamine binds to mostly cancer cell ( 2-5 days).
It has a selective cancer cell killing ability with inhibition of OXPHOS.But glucose deprivation is again must.
Because cancer cell killing depends on energy before treatments,not only glucose.
Oxygen deprivation is also very important.And hyperthermia is very effective with both inhibition of glucose and oxygen.
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The effect of hypoglycemia and hypoxia on cell survival following single and fractionated 44°C heat treatments was investigated. These studies show that short-term glucose deprivation or oxygen deprivation does not increase sensitivity to single or fractionated heat treatments compared to normal nutrient conditions. However, simultaneous hypoglycemia and hypoxia leads to an increased sensitivity to single heat treatments, and to an even greater increase in sensitivity to fractionated heat treatments. Sensitivity to heat treatment under nutrient-deprived conditions correlates with intracellular ATP levels at the time of treatment. These data indicate that it is not nutrient concentration per se, but rather the effect of nutrient level on intracellular ATP concentration that affects thermal sensitivity.
3-BP alone is a perfect drug for my opinion.
But i think 3-BP +phlorizin+hyperthermia is a perfect combination.
Hyperthermia also like Radiation increases intracellular pH. As a result, cancer cell acidification using e.g. Proton pump inhibitors and other "tools" discussed here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/ph-cancer-a-top-treatment-strategy/ are expected to help and work well together with Hyperthermia.
How about this use of Infrared Saunas?
I have no specific opinion but studies suggest it helps:
Biological effects and medical applications of infrared radiation https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5505738/
Far infrared ray (FIR) therapy: An effective and oncological safe treatment modality for breast cancer related lymphedema https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28535427
Treatment with near-infrared radiation promotes apoptosis in pancreatic cancer cells https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4533303/
We purchased an infrared solo sauna from Sunlighten and initially used it as part of an "oxidative stress day" along with fasting, IVC, ozone and artemisinin. I do not know how effective it was, but we added it in. We monitored core temp during the sauna process and the max my husband could hit was 103 without feeling like he was going to go crazy if he didn't get out, the max time in the sauna was about an hour to peak at 103. You could stay in longer at a lower temp. The temps used in the hyperthermia centers are more along the lines of 107 and the individual is sedated to achieve this. I will say that the home sauna is a two-person process. One person is lying down in the solo sauna with their head out and the second person (me) is continuously applying ice water to the other person's head, otherwise, it is not possible to endure. We are on a sauna vacation at the moment.
My husband has responded very well to his cancer medications, but I do not know if the above combo treatment helped or not. When he took a vacation from his cancer meds, his cancer marker when up monthly by the same amount whether we did the above or not. What did seem to make a difference was the use of clioquinol cream and oral zinc. This may be because zinc plays a critical role in prostate cancer and normal prostate cell metabolism.
Thanks, D 🙂. Hope everything is well with you. Had some major family issues here that caused me to drop off the radar. Thankfully, my husband is still doing well.
@shanti Hi Shanti, very nice to hear your husband is doing well, but I am sorry to know about the major family issue. I was also not that active here as I was stuck into operational actions related to MCS Formulas. Hopefully, we will get a new colleague soon to deal with that, so I can focus more on the "thinking" and less on the "acting" 🙂
It would be a pleasure to have an update call sometime during the next weeks!
@daniel Hi D, That would be lovely. Anytime after the 27th is good. We can email to set a time.