How cancer cells form--pH, Alkalinity of cancer cells

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How cancer cells can be destroyed

Fig. 1...The Normal Oxygenation Process of a Healthy Cell
1. (Aerobic state). A normal cell showing healthy Oxygen tension (O2) and respiration across the cell membrane. There is free exchange of nutrient Glucose (G) across the cell membrane. Cell pH is normal in the range of 7.35.

Fig. 2...Forming the Cancer Cell

2. (From aerobic to anaerobic state - From respiration to fermentation). The energized cell membrane resulting, possibly, from prolonged irritation. Creates a condition where Glucose (G) can enter the cell, and Oxygen (O2) cannot.

Fig. 3...High pH Therapy with Cesium

3. (Destroying the Cancer Cell). Potassium, Rubidium and especially Cesium are the most alkaline of elements. When they are taken up by the cancer cells, they will thus raise the pH of the cancer cells. Since they are very alkaline as compared to the weak lactic acid, it is possible that the pH will be raised to values in the 8.0 to 9.0 pH range. In this range, the life of the cancer cell is short, being a matter of days at most. The dead cancer cells are then absorbed by the body fluids and eventually eliminated from the system.

4. The ready uptake of Cesium, in adjacent fluids, limits the transport of Glucose across the cell membrane. Fermentation is diminished, acid formation is reduced, and pain usually subsides in 12 to 24 hours.