How a Healthy Cell Becomes a Cancer Cell

  1. When carcinogenic materials, such as environmental toxins, attach themselves to the outer surface of the cell membrane, the membrane may become damaged. This process involves two factors: (a) the presence of carcinogenic-type molecules primarily of the polycyclic type, and (b) an energized state of the membrane, which may result from prolonged irritation. (Dr. Sartori also felt that X-rays, parasites, cell phones, or other factors may damage the cell membrane as well.) At some point, the membrane of the normal cell may become so damaged and altered that it can no longer pass certain materials easily. In particular, the damaged cell membrane may no longer be able to readily pass magnesium, calcium, or sodium into the cell. Since oxygen transport depends on two of these elements, calcium and magnesium, the cell then becomes oxygen deficient. However, a damaged cell membrane can still pass potassium, cesium, and rubidium. Since glucose transport depends on potassium, glucose continues to be fully supplied to the damaged cell while oxygen is no longer being fully supplied. Without sufficient oxygen to maintain aerobic functioning for energy, the cell reverts to the fermentation of glucose for energy in order to survive. Thus, it turns into an anaerobic cell.
  2. The fermentation of glucose produces lactic acid as a byproduct, and this lowers the intracellular pH of the cell. The cell pH drops internally from the normal 7.35 to around 7, and then to the extremely acidic pH level of about 6.5. In very advanced stages of cancer, the cell pH may drop even further to 5.7. Thus, the damaged cell has not only become an anaerobic cell, but it has also turned into a cell with a highly acidic internal environment.
  3. In the acid medium of the anaerobic cell, the genetic blueprint of the cell (DNA and RNA) can be easily damaged, resulting in impairment to the cell’s control mechanism. With the control mechanism for growth now impaired, the cell rapidly duplicates and grows out of control as a cancer cell.
  4. Various cell enzymes are also completely changed in the acid medium of the anaerobic cell. Liposomal enzymes are changed into toxic compounds, which kill the cells in the main body of the tumor mass. (A tumor therefore often consists of a thin layer of rapidly growing cells surrounding a dead mass.) The acid toxins leak out from the tumor mass and poison the host. This is also the source of much of the pain associated with cancer. These acid toxins can then act as carcinogens on other healthy cells, in part by lowering the intracellular pH of normal healthy tissues to the point where that environment becomes oxygen deficient as well.

By Dr. Brewer, the creator of the powerful Cesium Cancer Therapy, one of the strongest, fastest acting cancer cures out there.

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