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Re: Chemo/Rad


 "Secondly it makes absolutely no difference whatsoever if the person has had previous chemotherapy. Same with radiation therapy. These do not change the chemistry of cancer cells in any way to make them ozone resistant."

I think the issue with the chemo/radiation issue is added toxicity or damage to the cells. Glutathione is more than likely quite low in cancer patients to begin with and further radiation and/or chemo would reduce glutathione levels even more. Since glutathione is a redox enzyme, protection of the healthy cells may be compromised. The Cubans measure key antioxidants such as glutathione and SOD to tailor optimal doses of ozone.

Ozone therapy stimulates an increase in antioxidant enzyme levels within healthy cells.

 

 
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