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Old 01-04-2010, 09:39 AM
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Looks like main stream medicine is having to admit that Otto Warburg was right after all......

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Old 01-04-2010, 11:17 AM
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Absolutely right. Warburg has been misinterpreted even in the alt med world. Especially in his theory regarding body pH. So many naturapaths hold to the theory that an alkaline environment is unfriendly to microbes; that bad parasites do not like to live in an alkaline environment. It can be seen as incorrect in this article. I've read that the Candida yeast is transformed into the aggressive Candida fungus when the environment is alkaline. A slightly acid environment can keep it and other unfriendly microbes in check. It is the purpose of our friendly flora to produce such acid.
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It appears that the alkaline environment created by sodium bicarb can kill cancer cells. Now if cancer is associated with candida how does it all play out? Perhaps there is more going on than just creating an alkaline environment in the distruction of cancer as well as candida?

And has anyone ever figured out what MMS might do to the ph?
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I believe that even Dr. Simoncini has to get the bicarbonate as close to the cancer as possible for it to have an effect on the cancer. This is why his work involves intravenous injection. This is probably why MMS is believed to work better by IV. MMS is very alkaline. More so than bicarbonate. This may be why MMS could kill the Candida yeast; but it doesn't seem so successful with the Candida fungus. At least not in my experience. I believe kill reaction is due to the immediate shock rather than building an alkaline environment. A chemical or substance placed directly on cancer cells, especially in a petri dish, will be different from ingestion and maybe also injection. When someone swallows sodium bicarbonate, the first thing it contacts are the stomach acids. That will form sodium chloride (table salt) and carbon dioxide. Sodium chloride is considered acid forming, and carbon dioxide mixed with water forms carbonic acid. This is not a bad thing. I just think it confirms that a theory of alkaline environment has little to do with disease control. As I said before, it is understood that we need friendly flora; and one of their mechanisms is the production of acid which control unfriendly microbes. Candida yeast is a normal part of everyone's body. It is dimorphic. It can transform to fungus (the mycelium "hyphal" formation) and back to yeast (bud), when the environment is right for it.

In the following case, note that pH 4.5 is acid and conducive to bud formation; and 6.5 is alkali and conducive to mycelium state. Most fungus is not able to do this. Candida is.

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Stationary phase cultures of Candida albicans inoculated into fresh medium at 37 degrees C synchronously from buds at pH 4.5 and mycelia at pH 6.5. During bud formation, a filament ring forms just under the plasma membrane at the mother cell-bud junction at roughly the time of evagination. A filament ring also forms in mycelium-forming cells, but it appears later than in a budding cell and it is positioned along the elongating mycelium, on the average 2 microns from the mother cell-mycelium junction. Sections of filament rings in early and late budding cells and in mycelia appear similar. Each contains approximately 11 to 12 filaments equidistant from one another and closely associated with the plasma membrane. In both budding and mycelium-forming cells, the filament ring disappears when the primary septum grows inward. The close temporal and spatial association of the filament ring and the subsequent chitin-containing septum suggests a role for the filament ring in septum formation. In addition, a close temporal correlation is demonstrated between filament ring formation and the time at which cells become committed to bud formation at pH 4.5 and mycelium formation at pH 6.5. The temporal and spatial differences in filament ring formation between the two growth forms also suggest a simple model for the positioning of the filament ring.

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The body will always strive to balance it's environment to only slightly alkaline, around 7.5.

Alkalizing has not been shown to cure cancer. After all, cesium chloride only shows a 50% success rate.
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Cesium shows a 50% success rate? I would say thats pretty high.

In the recent story of Richard who cured his advanced prostate cancer that had met to the bone with sodium biccarb he had to push his ph up to 8 and 8.5 I think you can find a link to the story at www.imva.info

Could it not be possible that the fugus will again change, possibly die at ph8 or 8.5? 6.5 is not all that high for folks who are trying to do the alkaline therapies.

I heard somewhere, dont remember where now, that Simoncine has conceded that oral bicarb is all that is really needed if done right. Anyone here this? I would like to read that document. Always remember that a surgeon will find a reason and way to cut. When you have all those big gun tools you are more inclined to believe you have to justify them and use them.
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