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Hyperthermia as a weapon in your fight


Large tumors have a sloppy patch work of veins to support them. This vascular structure can not efficiently dissapate heat. Healthy tissue can. Also, cancer cells typically do not do well at temperatures above 105, and they can be killed. THus, heat is an effective weapon in your arsenal.

THere are two types of hyperthermia, local and whole body. Local involves heating the area of the tumor to about 110 degrees f, which healthy cells can withstand, but cancerous can not. The easiest illustration would be the use of a heating pad on a skin tumor. FOr those with organ tumors, this can only be done with microwave or ultrasouns (new technique in testing that uses light and a chemical that heats when light is applied).

Whole body invloves heating the body to 103-105 degrees. Care must be taken not to overheat. You should have a helper to monitor your temperature.

You can actuall use both methods. For whole body, you need a tub large enough for your whole body except mouth and nostrils. Gradually raise the water temperature to 104. Have helper monitor you body temperature, and discontinue if you start feeling ill. You can also do this in a sauna, but it is not the thing one would do in a public sauna, and few people can afford a private one. Use google to find more information.

For local, you can heat water to 108-110 and use several douche/enema bags for a continuous warm-water douche. Have helper keep them filled, and let water drain near the tumor at a rate high enough to allow area to heat, but low enough to allow helper to keep up. Try to maintain the temperature for 10 minutes. You might be able to do this at the same time as the whole body. Also, you might have some creative ways (other than water) to get heat to the area that us men might not consider.

Blessings and health to you.

David


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Large tumors have a sloppy patwhork of veins to support them. This vascular structure can not efficiently dissapate heat. Healthy tissue can. THus, heat is an effective weapon in your arsenal.

THere are two types of hyperthermia, local and whole body. Local involves heating the area of the tumor to about 110 degrees f, which healthy cells can withstand, but cancerous can not. The easiest illustration would be the use of a heating pad on a skin tumor. FOr those with organ tumors, this can only be done with microwave or ultrasouns (new technique in testing that uses light and a chemical that heats when light is applied).

Whole body invloves heating the body to 103-105 degrees. Care must be taken not to overheat. You should have a helper to monitor your temperature.

You can actuall use both methods. For whole body, you need a tub large enough for your whole body except mouth and nostrils. Gradually raise the water temperature to 104. Have helper monitor you body temperature, and discontinue if you start feeling ill. You can also do this in a sauna, but it is not the thing one would do in a public sauna, and few people can afford a private one. Use google to find more information.

For local, you can heat water to 108-110 and use several douche/enema bags for a continuous warm-water douche. Have helper keep them filled, and let water drain near the tumor at a rate high enough to allow area to heat, but low enough to allow helper to keep up. Try to maintain the temperature for 10 minutes. You might be able to do this at the same time as the whole body. Also, you might have some creative ways (other than water) to get heat to the area that us men might not consider.

Blessings and health to you.

David
 

 
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