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Colloidal silver

Colloidal silver (silver particles suspended in liquid) and formulations containing silver salts were used by physicians in the early 20th century, but their use was largely discontinued in the 1940s following the development of safer and effective modern antibiotics.

Since the 1990s, colloidal silver has again been marketed as an alternative medicine, often with extensive "cure-all" claims. Colloidal silver products remain available in many countries as dietary supplements and homeopathic remedies, although they are not effective in treating any known condition and carry the risks.


Hyperthermia (also called thermal therapy or thermotherapy) is a type of cancer treatment in which body tissue is exposed to high temperatures (up to 113°F). Research has shown that high temperatures can damage and kill cancer cells, usually with minimal injury to normal tissues (1). By killing cancer cells and damaging proteins and structures within cells (2), hyperthermia may shrink tumors.

Hyperthermia is under study in clinical trials (research studies with people) and is not widely available.

Immunity Therapy Center

This clinic based out of Mexico, provides a huge range of treatments to try and help fight off cancer as well as other diseases. Thier programs are based on the best results studied during years of research with different therapies and practices.

Intravenous Vitamin C

High-dose vitamin C has been studied as a treatment for patients with cancer since the 1970s as it was suggested that cancer was a disease of changes in connective tissue caused by a lack of vitamin C. It was proposed that high-dose ascorbic acid could help build resistance to disease or infection and possibly treat cancer.

In recent years have shown that high-dose IV vitamin C is frequently given to patients as a treatment for infections, fatigue, and cancers, including breast cancer.

Photodynamic therapy

Photodynamic therapy combines a drug (called a photosensitizer or photosensitizing agent) with a specific type of light to kill cancer cells. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the photosensitizing agent called porfimer sodium, or Photofrin®, for use in PDT to treat or relieve the symptoms of certain cancers. Researchers continue to study ways to improve the effectiveness of PDT and expand its use to other cancers.

Poly MVA

Poly-MVA is a liquid dietary supplement that contains various minerals, B complex vitamins, palladium, and amino acids and lipoic acid. It has been promoted as a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy. Some also promote it to be used alongside mainstream cancer treatment. It is said to help repair damaged DNA and cause cancer cells to self-destruct, a process called apoptosis.

Supporters of Poly-MVA have claimed that it is effective against several types of tumors and that it boosts the immune system, reduces pain, and helps people regain energy and appetite.


TBL-12 is a natural product made out of marine ingredients, with the main ingredient being Beech-de-mer (sea cucumber). It works by modulating the immune system, which in turn fights the cancer.

In other words, TBL-12 deals with the cause of the cancer, whereas conventional treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery deal with the symptoms. In many cases, this is the reason why cancer reoccurs, because the underlying cause has not been addressed.


Disclaimer; Please note, we are just supplying information on what people have used, and what they believe has been beneficial, but we make no warranty or claim that the items above work.