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Effect of urinary pH on the progression of tumours

Posted 08-29-2010 at 09:51 AM by jfh

This article indicates that you should not try to manipulate your body into an alkaline or acid environment. At least, not for the longer duration. The duration, of this study, was 1 year. I suppose that you won't go that long with the sodium bicarbonate cancer protocol.

But notice that they added the sodium bicarbonate to the food or diet. This would neutralize and important part of the digestive system - stomach acid.

The protocol involves taking the mixture...
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Enhance chemotherapy by using sodium bicarbonate

Posted 08-29-2010 at 09:00 AM by jfh

Once again, we are reminded that "The extracellular (interstitial) pH (pHe) of solid tumours is significantly more acidic compared to normal tissues."

This article indicates that chemotherapy can be enhanced by drinking water with sodium bicarbonate added. The article is about breast cancer, but it seems that the same would be true for other forms. It would depend upon whether the drug is a weak base (alkaline). You would be improving that alkalinity with the use of...
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Osmotic shock

Posted 08-29-2010 at 08:30 AM by jfh

Osmotic shock or osmotic stress is a sudden change in the solute concentration around a cell, causing a rapid change in the movement of water across its cell membrane. Under conditions of high concentrations of either salts, substrates or any solute in the supernatant, water is drawn out of the cells through osmosis. This also inhibits the transport of substrates and cofactors into the cell thus “shocking” the cell. Alternatively, at low concentrations of solutes, water enters the cell in large...
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Osmotic stress critical to growth of cells

Posted 08-29-2010 at 08:00 AM by jfh

This is from a news release from UC San Diego. I'll provide a link to the PNAS.org article below.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine have determined that a particular type of cellular stress called osmotic stress is of critical importance to cell growth and the body’s immune response against infection. The findings may have implications for autoimmune disorders, transplant rejections, and potential cancer therapies.

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Cesium

Posted 08-29-2010 at 07:30 AM by jfh

Here is a disclaimer from PubMed

Clinical effects of cesium intake.
Melnikov P, Zanoni LZ.
Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.
Abstract
The knowledge about cesium metabolism and toxicity is sparse. Oral intake of cesium chloride has been widely promoted on the basis of the hypothesis referred to as "high pH cancer therapy", a complimentary alternative medicine method for cancer treatment. However,...
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extracellular and intracellular pH on immune function cannot be ignored

Posted 08-29-2010 at 07:00 AM by jfh

By now, I'm overwhelmed with all the articles, I've read, with "doctor-speak". It is almost as incomprehensible as Alan Greenspan's Fed-speak. It makes it difficult for someone like me to provide search criteria. I'm pleased with what I've found, and now have to really try to interpret it. These next gleanings came fromhttps://www.jleukbio.org/cgi/content/full/69/4/522
I really encourage you to read it for yourself. I tried not to take anything out of context, but it was hard,...
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Protocol won't work for all forms of cancer

Posted 08-29-2010 at 06:50 AM by jfh

The role of intracellular pH (pHi) regulation in hematopoiesis is an area of research that has received little attention. Yet the concern for maintaining pH as an important parameter in all in vitro work is well known. By keeping the extracellular pH (pHe) constant, we assume that the cells will be able to regulate their own pHi. This is indeed the case because cells are equipped with several different exchangers to help regulate pHi and to counteract acidification either by efflux of H+ ions or...
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Binding sodium bicarbonate with sugar

Posted 08-29-2010 at 06:20 AM by jfh

Just heat them together on medium heat.

heating sodium bicarbonate releases water and carbon dioxide and sodium carbonate.

Pasted from <https://www.chemtutor.com/react.htm>


Sodium carbonate - a white crystalline substance,
having a cooling alkaline taste, found in
the ashes of many plants, and produced artifically in
large quantities from common salt. It is used in making
soap,
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