“I had a chance to listen to Dr. Ian Billinghurst, one of my teachers over 25 years ago, on the raw meat diet. He was doing raw meat diet in Australia 35 years ago and had given me the inspiration to feel confident to try the raw meat when I was condemned for offering that option to my patients. The theory of many veterinarians is that live bacteria found in raw food would be killing all the dogs and the people. This information was unfounded and proven to be incorrect, and the value to the animal’s immune system seemed to expand the need for more fresh raw food to be included in the diet.
Dr. Billinghurst’s present lecture was about the evolution of cancer. He brought out that from 1950-2005, death from stroke dropped 74%. Death from cardiovascular disease drop 64%, and survival from cancer stayed the same. That we have not been able to move the survival time in human cancer since 1971 with all the expensive chemo and procedures. He talked about the evolution of cancer cells from organisms from 3,500 million years ago from which our microbiome started as well. It was curious to think that the interrelationship between the prokaryotes and eukaryotes and how the anaerobic glycolysis had cells that were: reproducing constantly dividing in two, had unstable genomes with constant mutations and able to adapt to new environments which is like the cancer cells of today. The mitochondria were the primitive part of the earlier organisms that invaded the Archaea. They became the batteries of the cells and now their disfunction from all the present chemicals in our environment may be the reason for so much disease.
My deduction from his chronological development of cancer validated my theory about how the Ozone that we are giving our cancer patients helps to feed the needed oxygen to the mitochondria reducing the fermentation that cancer cells need. By introducing a healthier microbiome, that has had less damage from these chemicals to an individual with cancer, we reboot and support the lost symbiosis. This needed balance of gut microbiome may help to increase the strength of the immune response.
I also had some time to spend with Dr. Al Nunez who created the Sanawave, a hyperthermic, sound rife, pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) unit that we are offering at MASH. With the inclusion of Ozone therapy, it is giving us another option to treat our pain cases and cancer cases. Dr. Nunez feels by creating the heat shock protein 70 we start a reaction that will bring down inflammation and slow cancer.”