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There is a Cure to Cancer!

Updated on December 28, 2012

Dr. Tullio Simoncini

The courageous MD
The courageous MD

There is a Simple Solution

The opinion of an MD and oncologist

"Treating" cancer is one of the most lucrative business on earth.

For years, cancer has been called a "mystery."

After spending billions of dollars over many decades, the medical establishment claims not to know the cause of cancer, not to understand its nature, and can only offer expensive and invasive treatments like radiation and highly toxic drugs to treat it.

The strikes me as willful stupidity that conveniently happens to generate many billions of dollars each year that is spread out annually among many tens of thousands of employees of the cancer industry."

Tullio Simoncini, MD, specialising in oncology, diabetology and in metabolic disorders.

Wow - what an amazing statement. I have felt for years that there must be a better way to treat cancer than with therapies that can actually cause cancer, like chemotherapy and radiation; or surgery which is extremely invasive and ineffective for many types of cancer.

The culprit

candida albicans
candida albicans

An Amazing Discovery

I discovered this MD's site through Brasscheck TV, an awesome collection of videos that expose various areas of corruption and abuse in our society. The original interview is with Know the Cause, another revelatory site worth following. It appears that this humble doctor from Rome was so anguished and appalled at the lack of successful treatments for his many children patients with cancer that he began his own examination into the cause and possible cures. What he determined was that cancer tumors are always white - dig into a breast tumor or lung tumor or cervical tumor and you will see a white blob - looking very much like a fungus. And that's what it is - and that's how this doctor treats it.

The Book

Cancer is a Fungus
Cancer is a Fungus

Bicarbonate of Soda

This is a quote from Associated Content: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/374215/is_cancer_a_fungus_part_ii.html?cat=5

Dr. T. Simoncini's Sodium Bicarbonate Treatment

Dr. T. Simoncini, an Italian oncologist, has been treating cancer patients for many years with a simple solution of Sodium Bicarbonate. After years of cancer research he came to the conclusion that cancer is caused by fungus of the Candida species. Dr. Simoncini was eventually struck off for using his unconventional treatment methods and has since written a compelling book on his theories - 'Cancer is a Fungus'. Please visit http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/index.php to learn more about Dr. Simoncini's theories and how the current medical establishment knows so little about microbiology and its role in degenerative diseases.

Yes, you read correctly. This doctor proposes that one can cure cancer, and has cured many types of cancer, simply by injecting pure baking soda into the tumor which battles the acidiy creating an alkaline environment thus eliminating the cancer.

Watch the Video

I know this sounds crazy, so you must watch for yourself.

You can begin by watching it at the Know the Cause site.

The book is for sale HERE. I don't make anything off this - only satisfaction that perhaps enough people will see it and read it to make this astounding treatment an option in this country that is so ruled by the pharmaceuticals and Big Business.

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      airportmac@jahoo.com 

      9 years ago

      I had breast cancer in 2007. It was a stage 2. Tunor marker 12. The 15 3 @ 27 29. 1 chemo almost killed me. I said enough is enough. I am doing the supplements and a better diet through Dr. Merkle. I feel great. They did a lumpectomy and remove lymph nodes, 4 were positive. Doug I watch your show every eve. you are on the right track. I am compelled to speak out mor about this and trying to find the best way. Any ideas? A loyal know the cause watcher.

      Mary Ann

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      ruminator 

      9 years ago

      Yes, our medical system is all for treatment with pharmaceuticals, not natural or common sense approaches. Better yet to prevent dis-ease. Thanks for the comment.

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      thefount 

      9 years ago from North Central Louisiana

      I'm glad you're writing about this. We share common interest here, and I hope you continue.

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