I would certainly agree that cesium chloride is best administered under the supervision of a qualified professional. I know from many, many reports and other materials that is has had good success, but I also know that it is not something you want to fool around with. I agree with you too about the benefits of taking measures to help with alkalinity. While some detractors point out that the body naturally adjusts pH levels, what is often missed is how the body makes such adjustmenta and the cost in health it takes for the body to have to adjust from acidic to alkaline
Now, insofar as ALL anti-cancer protocols being performed by only doctors or naturopaths, I disagree totally. Yes, people can and do screw things up and yes, it may be an advantage to have professional guidance - provided that it is someone who actually knows what they are doing, unlike the so-called holistic doctor mentioned in the recent post who told his patient that their cancer was unbeatable.
The fact is that even if you have professional guidance, if there is anything you are supposed to do at home - and surely there would be - you can still screw it up. Plus, some people simply cannot afford the extra expense of a doctor or other professional - though certainly I believe that it is important to have professional monitoring (though not too many x-rays). MDs are usually clueless and Naturopaths are usually not covered by insurance.
In addition, thousands of people have followed a protocol like I suggest and there have been very few screw-ups I am aware of. The biggest "screw-up" I know is simply not following the protocol consistently enough and long enough. Scfrew-ups or not, it appears to be working for those who follow it anywhere from about 85% of the time with stage III and IV cancers and about 95% of the time for stage I and II cancers - and that includes people who have had prior mainstream treatments.