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Cancer



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Hyperthermia Treatment:

1. Use a hot bath of 108-110 degrees Fahrenheit to accomplish a fever or thermoregulatory elevation of the set point.
2. Obtain a 102-104 degrees F oral temperature and maintain it for 20 to 40 minutes, as tolerated.
3. When oral temperature rises above 100 degrees F or the patient begins to sweat, keep the head very cool with icy cloths.
4. Keep bath water 110-112 degrees F while oral temperature is 102-104 degrees F by adding hot water.
5. End hot treatment with a tepid shower, brisk drying, and one hour of bed rest with an ice pack on the forehead.
6. Prevent chilling after treatment.
7. Abort the treatment if the heart rate rises above 160 in a person younger than 50 years of age. Abort the treatment if the heart rate goes over 140 in a person older than 50 years of age.
8. For superficial tumors, use ice massage for seven to twelve minutes followed by 20 minutes of hot compresses. End with cold compresses for one minute.



Sunlight:

A 20 to 60 minute sunbath a day is recommended. Sunlight increases the production of lymphocytes (immune system cells). Lymphocytes are also capable of producing a substance called interferon which is effective against several different kinds of cancers, including carcinoma, sarcoma and leukemia. Sunlight also generates vitamin D and destroys bilirubin.

Breathing:
1. Breathe fresh, outdoor air.
2. Avoid smog, motor exhaust, hydrocarbons, tobacco smoke. Spend time out of cities as much as possible.
3. Take 20 deep breaths outdoors or near an open window two to four times per day.
4. Blow up balloons to encourage oxygenation of tissues.
5. Hike.



Attire:

1. Wear natural fibers and blends.
2. Keep your limbs warm.
3. Do not wear garments with tight bands and that feel restrictive.



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