Dr. Mark Trozzi

Great News | Resolving and Preventing Cancer

There is a paradigm shift. Cancer is not simply a genetic disease; it is a metabolic disease. We now know how to prevent and resolve cancer without chemotherapy, radiation and other harsh treatments.

Our understanding of cancer has evolved. It is not simply a result of genetic mutations causing relentless cell growth. It is a metabolic disease involving dysfunction of mitochondria. Mitochondrial health is key to the prevention and resolution of cancer. This involves maintaining a low ratio of glucose to ketones in our blood (the GK Index). Cancer can not survive in an environment of low glucose, high ketones, and low glutamine. Very specific diet and lifestyle changes, along with nutrients and repurposed medications are the new tools for eliminating cancer.

People are resolving their cancer with dietary changes, natural supplements and repurposed drugs. It requires knowledge and discipline. The great news is that it works, and people feel great in the process. That’s a big change from traditional surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, which have many side-effects, leave patients feeling weak and suffering, and are often fatal themselves.  

There are details. Here are two great experts on this subject: Dr Thomas Seyfried professor of biology, genetics and biochemistry at Boston College; and Dr Paul Marik, chief scientific officer of the FLCCC. This is from the July 10th, 2023 General Assembly meeting of the World Council For Health.

Please share this material especially with people suffering from cancer; so they may benefit from  our modern understanding of cancer, and an empowered path for them to regain their health and lifespan.

Dr Thomas Seyfried: The Truth About Cancer

Dr Thomas Seyfried speaks with the World Council for Health about his groundbreaking views on cancer being a metabolic disease rather than a genetic one. Dr Seyfried is a professor of biology, genetics and biochemistry at Boston College. He has been published in over 150 peer-reviewed publications.

Cancer Treatment: The Role of Diet & Repurposed Drugs

Dr Paul Marik speaks live with the World Council for Health about his recently published review on cancer treatment using repurposed drugs. Dr Marik is the chief scientific officer of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and has written over 400 peer-reviewed journal articles.

Cancer Care. The Role of Repurposed Drugs and Metabolic Interventions in Treating Cancer. Dr Paul E Marik MD FCCN FCCP

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One comment

  1. This is not entirely solved. Just google : “cancer genetic vs. metabolism “:

    Yes, cancer is a genetic disease. It is caused by changes in genes that control the way cells grow and multiply. Cells are the building blocks of your body.

    In 1927, Otto Warburg reported that cancer cells manifest a unique metabolic phenotype, characterized by enhanced consumption of glucose compared to normal cells. This phenomenon has become known as the “Warburg effect”

    Cancer has long been considered a genetic disease characterized by a myriad of mutations that drive cancer progression. Recent accumulating evidence indicates that the dysregulated metabolism in cancer cells is more than a hallmark of cancer but may be the underlying cause of the tumor.

    About 5 to 10 percent of cancers are thought to be hereditary. In these cases, an individual inherits a copy of a growth control gene with a mutation from one parent, and a working copy of the same gene from the other parent.

    Who REALLY knows ?

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