Nontoxic Cancer Treatments

Conventional Cancer Treatment
The conventional means of treating cancer include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Surgery may often be a valuable way of removing a localized mass of cancer cells, though is seldom sufficient alone, since it does not address the body chemistry that produced the cancer. Both radiation therapy and chemotherapy are toxic to cancer cells. For this reason they may be life-saving. These methods also lead to healthy, normal cells becoming damaged, though these treatment strategies take advantage of the fact that cancer cells are more vulnerable than normal cells.

Nontoxic Cancer Treatment
Unlike conventional cancer treatment, nontoxic cancer treatment addresses three important issues:

  • the weakness of the immune system that had contributed to the formation of the disease
  • the potential damage to normal cells and tissues from the treatments themselves
  • the challenge of ridding the body of toxicity from both the cancer and conventional treatments

The various forms of nontoxic cancer treatment are valuable through:

  • having their negative impact only on cancer cells
  • empowering the immune system through nutritional enhancement
  • unburdening the immune system through detoxification

Of the wide range of nontoxic cancer treatment options, here are a few of the more well-known ones:

  • High-dose intravenous vitamin C
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid
  • DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide)
  • Nutritional enhancement (oral and intravenous)
  • Liver detoxification protocols
  • Colon detoxification protocols

With few exceptions, nontoxic cancer treatment is fully compatible with concurrent use of conventional cancer treatment. When properly used, non-toxic agents not only may enhance the effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation, but also may help to protect healthy cells from those treatments.