Based on the belief that cancer is a fungus, more specifically, candida, Dr. Simoncini developed a treatment protocol based on the administration and application of sodium bicarbonate. It helps eliminate candida communities and prevent their growth.
By applying sodium bicarbonate directly to the tumor, the tumor's pH level increases, killing the fungus and making the tumor more receptive to other therapies. Unlike conventional anti-fungal drugs, which fungi quickly adapt to, baking soda can rapidly destroy the tumor with little to no side effects.
While nearly everyone has candida present in their bodies, the overgrowth of candida due to an immune deficiency - or even repeated antibiotic therapy, can cause the immune system to create a tumor. This tumor is resistant to immune defenses due to its lactic acid production, inhibiting proactive cells from defeating the tumor.
Sodium bicarbonate is one of the most potent anti-fungal substances. It reduces the fungi's ability to spread while directly and quickly treat the original fungus overgrowth to rid the body of cancer safely.
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Methods for different parts of the body :
Dr. Simoncini’s sodium bicarbonate protocols have been helping patients for over two decades, many were terminal cases where conventional treatment could do nothing more for them.
After working in a pediatric oncology ward and seeing children suffering and dying from radiation and chemotherapy, Dr. Simoncini knew there had to be another way to treat cancer without hurting patients. After discovering that all cancerous tumors were white, his hypothesis, now the foundation of his cancer therapy, took shape—the white color of the tumor was actually fungus overgrowth that the immune system couldn’t get rid of.
Using sodium bicarbonate, Dr. Simoncini has worked with patients with many different kinds of cancer to essentially cure them.
Dr. Simoncini has always been strongly motivated by his empathy for the suffering of others and travels the world to present his theory in conferences and interviews. Despite being disbarred from the Italian Medical Order because of his views, he has presented his theory at conferences ranging from the International Oncology Convention in Treviso, Italy and the 36th Annual Cancer Convention in Los Angeles.
Graduating from La Sapienza University with his Ph.D. in 1996, Dr. Simoncini soon turned his focus to oncology. He treated his first terminal patient in 1981: that patient is still alive and well today. Dr. Simoncini also wrote a book called Cancer Is a Fungus, where he delves more into different protocols based on his theory for different types of cancers.
Cancer, all stages