Clinical Medical Ozone Usage For Cancer

By Ed McCabe. [Ed McCabe has been investigating, teaching and publishing about oxygen therapies for 12 years. He wrote “Ozone vs. AIDS and Cancer,” which details the history and suppression of ozone therapies in the U.S. His first work, the self-published best seller Oxygen Therapies: A New Way of Approaching Disease has sold over 200,000 copies by word of mouth.]

The first thing to keep in mind is that not all ozone treatment is the same, and the effectiveness of any ozone treatment increases with the number of times it is given per day or week, the strength of the concentrations used, the quantities applied, and the delivery methods used. For example, 50 ccs of ozonated blood re-injected into you in a clinic every other week is nowhere near as effective as drinking ozonated water at home every day. Quantity, concentration and frequency are the keys. The aim is to safely and comfortably flood the body with oxygen by slowly building it up as you detoxify.

General guidelines: For best results during the treatment phase, ozone is applied once or twice daily, or perhaps every other day, in concentrations varying from I to 80 micrograms per cubic milliliter (mcg/ml3), in as great a quantity as can be safely and comfortably absorbed by the body. This is continued for as long as it takes, until the problems go away. Mild diseases may take a few treatments; chronic ones, several months. Very weak ozone concentrations of less than 0.05 parts per million by volume of air are commonly and safely inhaled during normal activities by hundreds of thousands of people; in fact, I’m doing it as I am writing this. Ozone air purifiers are very common, but this is a separate discussion.

The lower concentrations and quantities of ozone will aid healing and stimulate the immune system slightly, but these are usually ignored in favour of the real power of medical ozone, which is found to be generally centered around daily applications of 27 mcg/mI for internal work. Higher concentrations are used for external bodywork. The upper range tops out at around 70 mcg/ml3, and beyond that is controversial. These concentrations are never allowed to enter the lungs, which are too sensitive for anything other than concentrations around normal air levels of ozone or slightly higher.

I have interviewed hundreds of doctors, and thousands of patients using cancer oxygen therapy. Here are the three top clinical ozone delivery methods used worldwide, and my ranking of them, the most effective one listed first. These are for seriously Ill people. Please only seek out an experienced and competently trained ozone therapist professional if you pursue them. Ozone has many subtleties, and a lot of M.D.’s may act knowledgeable but have little idea what ozone is all about.

Re-circulatory autohemo perfusion: Also known as polyatomic apheresis, recirculatory autohemo perfusion is the creme de la creme of ozone delivery. Dirty, dark, diseased blood is taken out of one arm and ozonated with 27 mcg/ m13 ozone, and filtered, outside the body. Then the remaining clean, bright red, freshly sterilized and oxygenated blood is put back into the other arm. It’s a complete body blood wash, highly effective in all ailments because the ozone-oxidized leftover garbage of dead microbes, diseased cells and detoxified by-products drops out of the blood into the external filters. The waste products are not sent back through the liver, kidney and lymph systems to irritate and perhaps weaken the body further.

As occurs in all other ozone methods. All other methods are handicapped by comparison. This method is so good that the medical industrial complex immediately shuts down any attempts to test it, in any country. I knew of one dying patient who, during the first treatment, got up off the stretcher and walked out after just a few hours of this treatment.

IV slow injections of the 03 gas: No air with its non-absorbable nitrogen, just pure medical grade oxygen turned into medical grade ozone, which is injected through butterfly needles at a rate of I cc per minute into the blood, once or twice daily. Ten-cc syringes filled with 27mcg/ml3 ozone are used, one at a time, and refilled as needed, until you begin to get a chest, or throat, tickle or cough. When the body thus indicates it is full to overflowing, you stop the injection immediately. For safety, direct IV’s are only given to patients who are lying completely flat before, during and after treatment, so the cancer oxygen “ozone” is slowly and evenly distributed throughout the body.

This was the most advanced and aggressive method around until the recirculatory autohemo perfusion came along, and is far more effective than autohernotherapy (see below). It is cheaper than both, due to using less equipment. Direct IV ozone is very effective, but its not found very often because the Germans-and the Americans who learn from them-are reluctant to use direct IV work due to habit and in some cases their investment in the machines they already have.

Autohemotherapy: This involves withdrawing approximately 600 ml of blood and re-infusing it into the body after gently putting 27mcg/ml3 ozone into It. Fifty years of safe use on millions of patients has a lot of weight. The drawback to its real effectiveness is that it is usually given only once or twice a week, because the patients can only afford that many treatments. If the doctors would switch to direct IV, the patients would pay the same but triple their bang for their bucks.

No Survival Statistics To Date

The use of Ozone has been around for some time in the treatment of cancer, for nearly 30 years. What is surprising, is the lack of documented credible studies / clinical patient trials (uncrontrolled or otherwise), supporting its use in the treatment of cancer.

There are no restrictions on the use of the cancer oxygen Ozone to treat cancer in Europe and Germany, just as there are no restrictions on the use of Hyperthermia to treat cancer. Yet there have been numerous clinical studies of Hyperthermia to document survival times and treatment effects on patients.

Although a few clinical trial have been undertaken in Spain and Russia in the field of Ozone, this lack of initiative to undertake more thorough patient clinical trials to treat cancer patients – particularly in Europe and Germany where it is more commonplace – is concerning.


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