A recent study compared the changes of serum TK1 levels in patients of breast cancer with resection after ozone therapy and the relationship between the changes of TK1 and tumor stage. Researchers found a significant difference between the levels before and after ozone. They concluded that ozone therapy can effectively reduce the TK1 level of breast cancer patients after resection, inhibit the proliferation of tumor cells, control the disease progression and it is more significant in patients with stage 1 to 3.
Ozone therapies can be valuable adjunctive cancer care therapy and can be done in conjunction with chemo and radiation. Ozone therapy increases oxygen utilization allowing oxygen into every cell. Cancer hates oxygen and ozone kills cancer cells. Ozone has been proven to reduce ROS or reactive oxygen species which cause the formation of free radicals. Patients can choose to do a series of I.V. ozonated saline treatments and glutathione on alternate days. Glutathione is a powerful anti-oxidant that kills cancer cells.
Chemotherapy and radiation cause oxidative stress and a host of side effects. Several cases published in the German literature show that ozone therapy combined with standard oncology produced positive effects, decreased side effects and created less resistance to chemotherapeutic drugs.
While chemo and radiation might be effective in individual cases it is not necessarily safe or affordable. Two of our every 5 patients who follow standard of care for cancer get diagnosed with a secondary cancer.
Ozone therapy is safe, effective and affordable. Ozone does not cause cancer.
Zilin, Q., Jianying, Z., Yanli, X., Naihai, Z., & Lizhi, N. (2017). Changes of Serum TK1 Level in Breast Cancer Patients with Resection After Ozone Therapy. Journal Of Modern Oncology, (18 ), 2915-2918. doi:10.3969/j.issn.1672-4992.2017.18.015