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Date:10/20/2010

ink tumors by damaging cells or depriving them of substances they need to live.  The National Cancer Institute is studying local, regional and whole body hyperthermia using external and internal heating devices.  It is well known that heating areas of the body that contain a cancer may help kill cancer cells without harming healthy tissue.  

SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy uses sound and light to activate a natural sensitizer, which causes free radical oxygen to 'explode' into cancer cells to kill them.  According to Dr. Antonio Jimenez, medical director of Hope4Cancer Institute, combining hyperthermia and SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy  with immune support, proper nutrition and  aggressive detoxification (massage, infrared saunas, coffee enemas, IV therapy) to eliminate the dead cancer cells, patients normally regain their energy, appetite and strength and feel better right away.

"After 3 days of treatment, my bleeding stopped," Powell said.  "I stayed at the clinic two weeks, and continued my home program for almost 6 months.  That was 4 years ago, and my scans are still clean.  I'm so glad I didn't rush into surgery, even though some members of my family were concerned about me heading to Mexico.  I took a girlfriend for moral support.  We walked on the beach every day, the organic food was terrific and we both learned so much about cancer prevention.  The lectures on nutrition changed our way of thinking about what we put in our bodies, and we both feel healthier now that we follow an organic diet."

According to Dr.  Jimenez,  Powell's case is typical.  "Our treatments work well with soft tissue cancers," he says.  "We work with the body's immune system to attack the cancer, and we address the emotional and spiritual aspects of the disease also.  Riley had a great attitude, and that also helped her beat the disease. "

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