port a cath

The concept forming the foundation of my therapeutic system is the administration of solutions with a high content of sodium bicarbonate directly on the neoplastic masses which are susceptible to regression only by destroying the fungin colonies.

Selective arteriography
It is for this reason that the ongoing search for ever-more effective techniques that allow me to get as close as possible to the intimacy of tissues drove me to selective arteriography (the visualization through instrumentation of specific arteries) and to the positioning of the arterial port-a-cath (these devices are small basins joined to the catheter). These methods allow the positioning of a small catheter directly in the artery that nourishes the neoplastic mass, allowing the administration of high dosages of sodium bicarbonate in the deepest recesses of the organism.

In the past, for example, when I had the opportunity to treat a brain tumor, although I was able to improve the condition of the patient, I could not deeply affect the masses. How many times have I uselessly begged neurologists and neurosurgeons to perform the operation of inserting the catheter so that I could use it for further local treatments!

Today, with selective arteriography of carotids, it is possible to reach any cerebral mass without the need for surgical intervention and in a completely painless manner. By the same token, almost all organs can be treated and can benefit from a therapy with bicarbonate salts which is harmless, fast, and effective – the only exception being some bone areas such as vertebrae and ribs, where the scarce arterial irrigation does not allow sufficient dosage to reach the targets.

Selective arteriography, therefore, forms a very powerful weapon against fungi that can always be used against neoplasias, firstly because it is painless and leaves no after effects, secondly because the risks are very low.


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