As part of our cancer treatments, we include ozone therapy as an important base in most of our adjunctive therapeutic plans.
Ozone therapy is one of the methods our clinic uses as an approach to cancer treatment and support. The clinic incorporates ozone treatment in complete care programs for cancer patients because it has been noted to show an overall improvement in patient outcomes.
How does Ozone affect cancer cells?
- By selectively increasing antioxidant enzyme activity in healthy cells, ozone protects against side effects of chemo/radiation
- Increases chemo/radiation efficacy by adding additional oxidant stress
- Decreases resistance of chemo
- Induces anti-cancer cytokines: TNF, IFN, IL2
- Direct contact kills cancer cells
- Many normalize “marginal” cancer cells by stimulating pyruvate to acyl-CoA conversion
- Stimulates apoptosis
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Why do patients choose Ozone therapy?
By altering the condition that allows cancer cells to multiply and flourish, we can more effectively interrupt and halt the production of more cancer cells. Ozone therapy accomplishes this by correcting the condition of low-oxygen induced glycolysis (anaerobic breathing with fermentation of sugar).
It improves the quality of life, as well as stimulating the immune system to speed up healing, normalizing hormone, and enzyme production.
Ozone therapy is a harmless form of immunotherapy used to inactivate bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, yeast, and protozoa.
It can be used at various stages throughout the treatment process improving circulation by cleaning the arteries and veins, purifying blood and the lymph and reducing pain thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.
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