“Voicing deep concern at the profound impact of cancer on millions of lives, and on productivity and development in South Africa, the [the launch of the Cancer Alliance Patients Rights Charter last week Thursday] calls for the promotion of humanitarian treatment of people with cancer, stating that access to quality health care is a basic human right,” reported IOL on the weekend.
So it’s no wonder then that there’s been uproar over the fact that breast cancer patients in South Africa can wait up to nine months to receive confirmation of their diagnosis and start treatment.
And that’s just breast cancer. The same is true for other forms of cancer too.
Just been diagnosed with cancer? Try this to ensure your doctor doesn’t drop the ball on your treatment
According to FSP Health’s revolutionary book Tomorrow's Cancer Cures Today, "Cesium is nature’s most alkaline metal and when it’s combined with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), it directly targets cancer cells, stopping the metastasis of the cancer, shrinking tumour masses within weeks, and stopping the pain of cancer within 24-48 hours."
What’s surprising though is that although this treatment has been around since the early 1930s very few doctors ever tell cancer patients about it.
How does this amazing combo work?
Well, according to the book: “Cesium chloride selectively targets cancer by taking advantage of the fact that most types of tumour cells need much more glucose than normal cells. In order to get more glucose into the cancer cells, the sodium-potassium (Na-K) pumps on the cell wall must run 20 times faster than normal, pumping more sodium out and more potassium in. Since cesium acts like potassium, the Na-K pump brings lots of it into the cells. But once cesium is in the cell, it can’t get out because it blocks the channels through which potassium leaves. This buildup of cesium then kills the cancerous cell. The addition of DMSO allows the cesium chloride to target the cancer cells even more effectively since it’s what is known as a super-solvent.”
How to use Cesium and DMSO to treat your cancer
The cesium chloride and DMSO combo can be used topically or orally and is available in pill form in a wide range of doses. The recommended dosage of cesium chloride is 1g-6g per day.
In most cases, you’ll take 3g a day, always with food. But be warned: If you decide to try it, do it under the close guidance of a doctor.