A FORGOTTEN CANCER CURE: SODIUM BICARBONATE?


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Disclaimer: Please DO NOT self-prescribe any treatment for any life threatening diseases; always seek the opinion of multiple medical professionals before making your final treatment decision.

A woman dreamt of one day buying a farm with the money she inherited from her mother.  The dream was interrupted by some unpleasant news: cancer.

After a  few treatments, this same woman noticed that half of her inheritance was already gone!  But she still had all of the cancer!

This may sound like fiction but it happened to Patti Tyree, as posted online, Feb 26, 2012.  The article goes on to say that some new drugs cost $100,000 per year.  And, that’s one treatment among many.

Among the many proposed cancer treatments, one cancer doctor (oncologist) proposed treatment using a household substance that not only diminishes cancer, but he claims it can actually cure cancer!

Italian oncologist, Dr. Tullio Simoncini, in 2008, created quite a stir in the medical community when he produced proof that his use of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) on several patients positively cured the cancer in a few weeks.

Dr. Simoncini alleges that he’s a victim of a misinformation campaign in an attempt to discredit his rediscovery of baking soda against cancer.

This remedy may seem too good to be true, but if it’s true, think of the time and money it could save a person.

As expected, naysayers are many, and maybe rightly so.  In late 2008, one young mother lost her life after seeking baking soda treatment from Dr. Simoncini to cure her breast cancer.  In this article, “10 Persistent Cancer Myths Debunked” Mar 24, 2014, a United Kingdom Cancer Research Center seeks to refute persistent cancer curing myths, to include baking soda.  However, it seems that there is evidence to support the fact that in some cases, this remedy is effective.  Another advocate for baking soda against cancer is Dr. Mark Sircus.

You be the judge in this matter.  But one thing is certain: institutionalized medical treatment is very expensive.

A 2005 study by debt.org found that 46 percent of all bankruptcies filed were due to outstanding medical expenses.

My point: we need to carefully look into our near and distant past to rediscover some simple remedies to more than just physical ailments.  Please come back to my site over the next few months as I present a series on buried truths.

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