Chelation Treatment For CancerRuss Curran
Chelation treatment for cancer helps with removing heavy metals from the body.
Did you know that metal can build up inside the body and become toxic? It is called heavy metal poisoning. It occurs when certain metals accumulate in the body and cause serious health issues. Our chelation treatment for cancer helps remove these metals internally so their toxic impact is eliminated.
The most common metals associated with poisoning are lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium. People are usually exposed via industrial, air or water pollutants, improperly coated containers and cookware, lead-based paints, and even food or medicines.
Symptoms can vary depending on the metal that is causing the toxicity. It usually includes headaches, weakness, muscle and joint pains, constipation, nausea, numbness, vomiting and in severe cases, coma.
Once a blood test confirms heavy metal poisoning, there are several ways to treat it, including chelation therapy. Chelation refers to the process of molecules and ions binding to metal ions.
It involves intravenous formulation (a chelator or chelating agent) that binds to metals in the blood. These chelators circulate through the bloodstream and once it has ‘collected’ all the heavy metals, it is filtered through the kidney and released via urine.
A common chelator is EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid). This is also used intravenously for conditions related to heart, blood vessels, and circulation. One study found that those who received EDTA chelation therapy had an 18% “reduced risk of subsequent cardiac events.” Among diabetics, those who received chelation treatment had a “lower risk of cardiovascular events.”
Another key benefit of chelation therapy is the removal of lead in the body. Lead poisoning can be hard to detect until toxic amounts have accumulated. Young children are especially vulnerable to lead poisoning and it can affect their developmental milestones.
Chelation Therapy And Cancer
Chelation therapy IV has been noted as helpful in minimizing blood toxicity levels as well as improving blood circulation. This is especially important for cancer patients. Proper blood circulation allows for the delivery of oxygen to vital organs and enables the immune system to function properly and protect the body. Improved blood flow also has benefits for better heart health and in managing issues such as arterial plaques.
There is evidence to show that chelation therapy for cancer can help prevent blood clotting and toxin build-up. It can improve the energy levels of patients who are undergoing treatment. It can also help maximize the therapeutic benefits by removing excess metal ions and preventing poisoning.
Another study found that the iron-chelating agent DFO (deferoxamine mesylate) can possibly minimize the toxicity of Fe (Salen)—a compound identified as a “potential anti-cancer treatment.” Excessive amounts of Fe (Salen) has been found to cause liver and renal problems in mice.
Results have shown that DFO complexes do not generate harmful free radicals and are easily removed from the body via the kidneys. This can aid in the development of a minimally invasive version of chemotherapy.
It is important to note that chelation treatment for cancer should ideally be part of an integrative healing program to allow for holistic rejuvenation. Want to learn more about chelation therapy and cancer? Contact The LifeCo Clinic now for more information.