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Using Light and Sound to Kill Cancer

Using Light and Sound to Kill Cancer

The traditional treatments for cancer generally involve surgery to remove the affected area or chemotherapy. Both of these leave the body in a worsened state of health and cause a rapid decline in the cancer patient’s emotional and physical well-being. Because of this, there has been an increase in research towards available alternative cancer treatment options that could cure the chronic illness in a less invasive manner. One of the safest and most fascinating of them all is called sono-photo dynamic therapy, which uses light and sound to kill cancer cells.

How it Works

To receive this therapy, a person is injected with a form of chlorophyllin, which is so safe that it is often given to babies who have elevated bilirubin levels. Chlorophyllin has the unique ability to adhere to cancer cells and increase their sensitivity to light and sound. So, when light and sound at a specific frequency range is applied to the body, the cancer cells vibrate and quickly explode. This is possible because the chlorophyllin is positively charged, and the cancer cells contain negatively charged lactate because they are anaerobic. This causes the positively and negatively charged cells to become attracted to one another. The light and sound cause the chlorophyllin to become energized, and it reacts with surrounding oxygen to form free radical oxygen. This new oxygen is unstable, and it blasts away at the lining of the cancer cells, so they are destroyed.

Side Effects

There are few bad side effects to this treatment. Most patients experience fatigue, so they are encouraged to rest afterwards, instead of trying to resume their normal activities. There are positive side effects though. The patient’s physical pain will be reduced, and they will regain their appetite. Those with lung cancer can also breathe better after the treatment. This therapy is often used in conjunction with other herbs given by a naturopath that detoxify the body, such as milk thistle. This herb is also very gentle, and its only side effects are from the possible Herxheimer’s reaction that can happen. Patients might have nausea, weakness, and headache if they take too high of a dose initially. Therefore, it is best to start out with a small dose, and increase the amount that is taken gradually.

Types of Cancer That Can Treat

Sono-photo dynamic therapy works for a multitude of types of cancer, including leukemia, breast cancer, and bone cancer. It can even work on cancerous tumors. In fact, the person administering it doesn’t even need to know which type of cancer that a person has. But, it is helpful to at least know the region that the cancer is located in because the light and sound can be directed to that area though. For those interested in learning more, please visit Dr. Sean Ceaser, ND.

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Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in News | 0 comments

Common Paper Shredding Misconceptions

Common Paper Shredding Misconceptions

In Vancouver, widespread misconceptions fill offices regarding paper shredding. Such misinformation has led to the continuing increase in identity theft and inefficiency. Additional knowledge and clarifications on paper shredding services Vancouver are, therefore, important. Listed below are some common misconceptions about shredding.

Recycling is as legal as paper shredding
On the surface, it might seem like recycling is as effective as shredding since it also destroys the lettering, turning it into something else. When it comes to recycling confidential information, the problem lies in the number of hands involved in this process. Most general recycling companies do not undergo security screening, and they are rarely trained in security measures. It is easy for an employee to pick and read a piece of paper since workers usually dump all the paper onto the floor of a warehouse, only to bale the pile at a later time. Recycling companies take no measures to ensure workers do not read or keep such papers. More hands sort through the baled paper once it is transported to a pulp plant, which also increases the chances that an unscrupulous person might access some of your sensitive information.

It is impossible to recycle shredded paper
Just because the shredded paper is in small pieces does not mean recycling is impossible. As a matter of fact, most professional paper shredding service providers usually bale and ship shredded paper to recycling plants.

You do not have enough waste paper to benefit from paper shredding services
According to a 2006-2007 FaCSIA sustainability report, an average employee uses 10,000-20,000 pieces of paper every year, which means a company with a single worker fills a small sized bin every other month. Using a professional provider of shredding services in Vancouver helps you to save both time and money. Compared to using one employee to perform an internal paper shredding exercise for only five minutes every day, using a professional to shred the same amount of paper on a monthly basis saves you more than two hours every month while costing about half the price. As such, the amount of time and money large companies can save is much higher.

Office shredders are easy to use and safe
By taking a closer look at almost every other type of office shredder, regardless of the model, you will most likely notice small symbols crossing out long hair, neckties, and a few other things. Not only are office shredders unsafe, but many models also have dust issues. When you engage a professional shredding service provider for your shredding requirements, performing the exercise is usually in a safely secured environment to reduce the potential for accidents, indoor air contamination due to dust particles, and exposure of sensitive information. There are additional resources at Shred-it, which may help you learn more information.

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