Note by Cancer Tutor: There are two chapters in this free eBook on dental issues which affect cancer patients and the general population for that matter. This chapter is primarily about root canals. The next chapter will be on dental cavitations.
A person can find the very rare dentists who can deal with these issues by:
- Contacting Dr. Huggin’s office (see below) or
- Contacting Dr. Dawn Ewing’s office or the IABDM (see below) or
- Buy (and hopefully read) the book mentioned at the bottom of this article, which provides a lot more information: The Secret Poison in Your Mouth. This book provides several different sources of information about how to find these very rare dentists.
By Bill Henderson, Author, “Cancer-Free”
After researching cancer for the last 12 years, writing three books and 135 newsletters on natural cancer healing and recording 120 of my “How to Live Cancer-Free” radio shows, I feel I’ve learned a lot. However, I’ve learned the most from talking to over 3,000 people on the phone (all over the world) about their cancers.
I feel compelled to get one particular message to you. Two facts have jumped out at me from those many phone calls. They are simply:
- The most common cause of all cancers is root canal-filled teeth; and
- Until a cancer patient gets rid of the root canal-filled teeth, they can’t get well. Continue reading »
TREATMENT RATING: This is rated one of the top cancer treatments on the planet earth, including natural medicine cancer clinics. In fact, this protocol is far better than most natural medicine cancer clinics. It is designed to revert cancer cells into normal cells by using high doses of DMSO and chlorine dioxide.
Warning for those on blood thinners (or those who have bleeding problems)
Cancer patients who are on blood thinners cannot use this protocol because of the high doses of DMSO and other anti-oxidants which are an integral part of this protocol.
The Perfect Storm Protocol
This protocol is the result of a phone conversation I had with a cancer patient. Remembering what I said to her, I thought I might as well put what we talked about into a cancer treatment so everyone has access to it.
This protocol can be very inexpensive (less than $100) or it can be moderately expensive (about $4,600). Continue reading »