Modern Medical Cancer Therapy Following
the Decline of Toxic Chemotherapy
As Dr. Ralph Moss, the former Research
Speaker of the Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute in New York and author
of Questioning Chemotherapy, (Equinox Press, NY) has correctly
pointed out, cancer chemotherapy is a complex of the age slowly going
under, with relatively limited exceptions. Not only that it disappoints
millions of cancer victims who have invested hope in chemotherapy, the
great failure of toxic cancer chemotherapy (which may also include interferon
and interleukin in particular) leads also to a tremendous draining of
health care money money which has become very short.
When a ship is about to go under
people are hoping for a rescue vessel. Which procedures in cancer therapy
could eventually offer a better alternative?
1) Tumor resection, debulking or destruction by physics
means, as early as possible.
2) Immediate preventive, protective, or curative therapy
following surgery, for unlimited time. This therapy has to be absolutely
nontoxic, the disease should not have a chance to outlive the therapy
due to the toxicity of the latter.
The measures which should be taken
into account once the confrontation with a malignant disease has been
established, irrespective of a foregoing surgical procedure are the
a) Removal of the patient from sites of geopathogenic
exposure. Ninety-three percent (93%) of all patients having contracted
a malignancy have been exposed to those. We provide patients with the
addresses of reliable dowsers or providers of the Meersmann geomagnetometer.
b) Appropriate diet. Restrict meat, no meat of growing
animals. Restrict cheese and any food rich in sugar. Prefer fiber-rich
food, raw food (fruit, salads) millet, buckwheat. Prefer juice rich
in anthocyans (red beets, blueberry) or rich in enzymes (e.g. papaya).
Carotene, mainly in the form of juice or powder in capsules (not in
an oily base). Do not combine with vitamin A!
c) The basic therapy should include: tripertinoid squalene
(2-4 gm.) combined with vitamin C, preferably as calcium ascorbate.
These two substances help the organism to develop several defense factors
against both malignant cells and herpes type viruses of which several
are oncogenic. The effects of squalene plus ascorbate can be measured
by an increase of the hormone dehydroepiandroterone (DHEA) and of the
enzyme cholinesterase (ChE).
Squalene, vitamin C and ergocalciferol
(vitamin D2) also result in the formation of thymic factors, including
the short-lived endiol Tumosterone, a genetic repair anti-malignant
and anti-herpes substance. (Klemke)
The deshielding natural enzyme bromelain.
The best of the available thymus preparations, both
orally and for intramuscular injection.
The best of the available digestive enzymes, higher
doses of pancreatin are very welcomed.
d) Special therapies: Oncostatin, an embryonic
genetic repair and redifferentiation factor (Ney-Tumorin) mainly in
the case of plasmocytoma and myeloma. Can be combined with chemotherapy
Zinc-orotate and zinc-aspartate (120 mgs
each per day) as inhibitors of thymidine kinase and virus replication
in Hodgkin and Non-Hodgkin lymphomas, combined with gamma globulin.
LDH and AP have to drop under this therapy, otherwise discontinue. This
therapy can well be combined with chemotherapy, e.g. foregoing COP or
Urea Pura therapy, the Danopoulos program. Mainly
in the management of larger tumors or of primary liver malignancies.
Intravenous infusion of Sterofundin/Ionosterile Ringer of 6-12 grams
of urea per day. Or orally together with K-Mg-aspartate if the urea
level in the blood is low which is extremely often in the case of patients
who are tumor-prone.
Reduced glutathione activated by l-cysteine and anthocyane
has been shown to induce apoptosis, a self-switch-off of cancer cells.
The clinical results are evident under certain, but rare, conditions.
Alpha-Interferon has genetic repair (redifferentiation)
properties. This, however, in small doses which are accepted by the
organism without disequilibrating intolerances. (Robert C. Atkins).
e) The most important genetic repair substances
found in nature and phylogenetically the oldest ones and the most powerful
ones all have one property in common: They are aldehydes.
1) Acetaldehyde (7.5 gm. in 200 gm. of 48% alcohol).
This is the German Ehrenfeld program, discovered by Udo Ehrenfeld, Max
Planck Institute for Coal Res., around 1974. Main indications are melanomas
(protective therapy) and primary brain tumors. With a positive response
rate of 80%, a requirement in modern oncology.
2) Benzaldehyde (the Japanese Kochi). In tocopherol
(vitamin E) for a better stabilization. (Cancer Therapy Reports, Natl.
Cancer Inst. USA, Jan. 1980). For all forms of malignancies.
Kochi had originally stabilized the
benzaldehyde in beta-cyclodextrin. The clinical results which he reported
in 1980 were substantially better than those we could obtain with a
benzaldehyde stabilized in tocopherol (vitamin E) as an antioxidant.
We have, therefore, adopted the original Kochi preparation for the further
and far more efficacious treatment of cancer. The legal regulations
in Germany permit the individual prescription of cyclodextrine benzaldehyde.
This preparation is like all the other benzaldehyde donors free from
any noteworthy side effects.
3) Amygdalin, prunasin, ficin etc., benzaldehyde
donors found in the flora. All kinds of malignancies.
4) Laetrile, the l-glucose variation of amygdalin.
Due to its tumor specificity, very effective. Unfortunately no longer
existing since the early 50s. No attempt has been made to regrow apricots
manufacturing laetrile, by genetic manipulations.
5) Ureyl-Mandelonitrile (replacing glucose by
urea). Developed by Kohler and Nieper, 1977. All malignancies, especially
chronic leukemias. Individual potions prescribable in Germany. Also
Ureyl-Mandelonitrile has become a
mainstay with us for almost 20 years in the protective longtime treatment
of prostate malignancies, including their metastasization.
6) Didrovaltrate, found in the Himalayan valerian
plant. The substance has to be converted into an activated di-aldehyde,
by e.g. pancreas esterases or by electromagnetic effects in e.g. cell
membranes. A varnish-like substance, specific antimalignant property
found by Anton, Univ. of Strassburg, France, 1981. Today, a preferable
treatment for urogenital and kidney tumors. Difficult to take. At least
20 - 22 pills per day, 1 gram each. At best with warm non-alcohol beer.
Several years of application required as in all these substances.
7) Iridodial, found in ants. An activable di-aldehyde,
potentially an extremely powerful genetic repair factor. Antimalignant
properties first defined by Thies, Solvay Kali Chemie, Hannover, Germany
(1985). First observations of pulmonary tumor regressions by Didier,
Gifhorn, Germany 1952. Extraction of natural iridomyrmex ants gives
very small yields and can hardly be amplified. The German Society of
Oncology, by its lay organization Biological Cancer Defense has, therefore,
started a research program to obtain iridodial in larger quantities,
synthetically and semi-synthetically. Also iridodial-like compounds
are found in other, e.g. European ants. Also these most important anti-malignant
properties have been observed in realistic clinical cases.
The iridodial research is in my opinion
the spearhead realistic, cancer therapy research at the end of this
Kochi, Matsuyuki, et al. Antitumor Activity of Benzaldehyde.
Cancer Therapy Reports, Natl. Inst. of Health Vol. 64, 1, p.
Thies, Peter W. Iridoide und andere terpenoide Naturstoffe
(Antineoplastica) Pharmazie in unserer Zeit, Vol. 14, 2, p. 33-38
Nieper, H.A., and Kohler, F. Ureylmandelonitrile
Document. The A. Keith Brewer Sc. Library, Richland Center, Wisconsin
Bouthan, C., Anton, R. et al. Valepotriates: A new class
of cytotoxic and antitumor agents. Planta Medica 41, 21-28 (1981).
Dr. Hans A. Nieper
Director, Dept. of Medicine
The Paracelsus Silbersee Hospital