Medical Ozone Neoplasm
Three case reports on the holistic approach to patients with neoplasm including the use of medical ozone.
Wimbledon Clinic of Natural Medicine, London, UK.
One of the perceived difficulties conventional medicine has in the acceptance of an holistic approach to illness is the lack of objective control in the establishment, progression, or regression of an illness. There is also reluctance on the part of those in the holistic professions to place their therapies “on the line” in the belief that the holistic approach can not be established and monitored through conventional methods. This paper demonstrates that the second concept is ill founded, and that the reluctance of main stream medicine to give credence and acceptance to an holistic approach could be overcome, if those practices were to employ conventional methods and diagnostic procedures coupled to their own traditional methods.
The reports on three patients whose health is established in a neoplastic environment are treated not specifically for neoplasm but as whole individual entities. The treatment programme comprising not of one modality but of a complimentary “mix”, it being the author’s experience that the strength of a balanced approach has more chance of success.
The simple yet all important use of ozone as an oxygen therapy is considered to be central to the treatment programme in all three cases, as is the use of tumour markers to establish the speed and course of the illness recovery.More