As we move as a collective into a new paradigm of Awakened Empowerment, I feel it is crucial for us to include an awakened attitude toward our bodies and our personal medical care. This means not only taking responsibility for our own health but also diving deeper into the world of information and what is available beyond what our local doctors recommend. A misperception has been cultivated that any option given by an allopathic doctor is scientifically backed and anything outside of their scope of knowledge is hocus-pocus, which simply is not true. “M.D.” does not stand for medical deity. Many doctors rely on a narrow scope of education which, unfortunately, has become limited to mainly pharmacology.
In the last issue, I presented four scientifically backed options for cancer screening that are often not presented to us by mainstream medical practitioners. Non-toxic thermography – which uses infrared technology and is proven to be more effective and safer than ionizing radiation (mammograms) for breast cancer detection – was shared alongside the reading of antibodies (AMAS), hormones (hCG test), and protein markers (ONCOblot). In this issue, we will talk about the Thymidine Kinase test, the Nagalase test, and high-resolution blood analysis.
Thymidine Kinase 1, or TK-1, is an enzyme released into the bloodstream that is associated with the proliferation of malignant cancer cells. Commonly used by veterinarians, the detection of high levels of TK-1 in blood serum can also be used in humans to discover tumor growth. Progressive doctors use this test not only as a follow-up to ongoing diagnostics for cancer patients but also as a pre-screening for healthy people who want to catch cancer early. AML Diagnostics in Boca Raton, FL (amldx.com) offers this screening.
Nagalase is an enzyme secreted by tumors and viruses for the sole purpose of rendering the bodies’ defense system powerless. Macrophages responsible for finding and eradicating cancer cells need to be activated by the protein GcMAF. Nagalase blocks the bodies’ production of GcMAF. Since both viruses and cancer cells produce Nagalase, a series of tests need to be administered over weeks and months for cancer detection — viral infections subside relatively quick, whereas cancer results in a continuous increase in Nagalase levels. Nagalase shows up in the blood early, before cancer cells metastasize, and before tumors would appear on an X-ray, making this an effective early-detection tool. GcMAF can also then be given to patients as a treatment, making this a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy. In addition, Salicinium Therapy, now offered by Reno Integrative Medical Center, treats cancer patients by targeting and shutting down Nagalase secretion, thereby allowing the immune system to do its job effectively.
High-Resolution Blood (HRB) Analysis, as developed by Dr. Raymond Hilu of the Hilu Institute in Malaga, Spain, takes a few drops of blood from a finger and analyzes it under a microscope with far more resolution than is normally used. According to an interview with Dr. Hilu by author Ty Bollinger in his book “The Truth About Cancer,” the magnification can be as high as sixty-five thousand times. Viewing blood serum under such high resolution can reveal cellular irregularities including, but not limited to, cancer. Just as in the screening methods mentioned above, practitioners trained in what to look for can detect cancer well before tumors develop. Apparently, things start to go wrong on a cellular level years before they show up as the disease in our bodies. Detecting this allows us the opportunity to change lifestyle patterns and/or use non-toxic therapies for correcting imbalances discovered.
In a perfect world our environment would be clean, our bodies balanced, and our immune systems strong enough to kill off any rogue cells gone awry. In fact, our immune systems do kill cancer cells every day; unfortunately, our environment is toxic, our stress levels high, and our immune systems can get compromised as a result. Clean food and water, along with regular exercise and well-managed stress, go a long way toward keeping our body systems in tip-top shape. Until people fully awaken to alternatives to damaging lifestyles, both individually and collectively, it is good to know that there are nontoxic and noninvasive methods for early cancer detection. We simply need to take our personal power back, educate ourselves, and then demand from our doctors that these options be utilized.
Dorene works in the health care industry and is passionate about helping people return their bodies back to balance.