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    Dog Study Suggests Bacteria as Cancer Fighter

     

    Subject: Dog Study Suggests Bacteria as Cancer Fighter Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2014 19:04:46 +0000 You should really read the story I found on MSN Healthy Living: 'Dog Study Suggests Bacteria as Cancer Fighter (  http://t.healthyliving.msn.com/diseases/cancer/articlepage?cp-documentid=250360560#tscptme , )' I find this fascinating that studies of C. novyi a successful breakthrough in cancer research and not using chemo or radiation... I just wonder, if this bacteria (C. novyi) can be found in amniotic fluid that feeds the zygote (cell cluster) to develop into a perfect human being (zygote = tumor) (infant = perfect cancer).  If these cell are oxygen starved? there are three, maybe four additions to increase oxygen levels.  Number 1 is Vitamin C at 1000 mg dosage a day.  Number 2 is flushing Niacin at 100 mgs to burn through cell walls.  Number 3 is Vitamin E that breaks up radicals (carbons) in tissue of hardened tumor.  The fourth concept is maybe a nebulizer to increase oxygen flow to body parts.  But I would recommend using the first three at the same time of daily intervals.  Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc are also a pertinent combination for bone marrow cancer and at least the Zinc in it would heighten immunities, needed during therapy.

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