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Oncology

Despite the development and emergence of anti-tumor drugs, oncology remains the plague of the XXI century. Cancer treatment has serious side effects and oncologists around the world are constantly conducting research to find additional measures that can prevent growth of the tumor and increase life expectancy. Years of research confirm that Light water (deuterium depleted water - DDW, litewater) contributes greatly to fighting cancer.

Light water (deuterium depleted water - DDW, litewater) can be used as an additional tool in oncotherapy and prevention; it can be safely applied in addition to conventional treatments and as a complement to them[1,2,3]. Antitumor properties of light water were first discovered in 1993 by the Hungarian microbiologist Gabor Somlyai. During extensive scientific researches and experiments it was proved that the use of light water results in tumor regression and may cause its necrosis. Consumption of DDW (also in the form of injections into the tumor tissue) led to partial or complete regression of tumor in lab animals in 60-80% of cases4. The condition of test animals improved day by day. No side effects were observed as healthy cells (unlike tumoral) easily adapt to water deuterium depletion. With such impressive results a veterinary antitumor drug Vetera-DDW-25 ®A.U.V. was registered and scientists have started clinical trials with more than 1500 patients with various oncological diseases. Researches were carried out from 1992 to 2004. Efficiency of light water (deuterium depleted water - DDW, litewater) on such types of tumors like breast, lung (including the cases with brain metastases), prostate cancer has already been proven. During the experiments it was found that:

  • - damaged tissue in patients with lung cancer significantly reduced after the treatment[4, 5];
  • - the avarage survival was 25,9 months for men, 74,1 months for women, and for patients with metastases in brain – 27,1 months (without DDW consumption average survival for these patients was 4-6 months. FIVEFOLD difference!)[7];
  • - the combined treatment led to complete or partial remission of metastases to the brain or to a halt in the development of the disease. This could not be achieved using only traditional forms of treatment[5];
  • - the average life expectancy of patients with cancer is 1-2,5 years compared to 7,4 years of patients who consumed light water[8, 9];
  • - the average survival rate of patients with prostate cancer is 15-21 months[10]. The inclusion in the treatment of light water (water depleted in deuterium - DDW, litewater) led to an increase in the average survival rate up to 132 months (the difference is almost eight times!)

  • Furthermore, not only DDW helps to fight cancer but it can also reduce the toxic side effects of cytostatic drugs (a group of anticancer drugs) used in chemotherapy[11]. Consumption of DDW increased the survival rate of test animals by at least 1,5 times (depending on the toxicity of the drug). Animals that did not consume DDW died much faster.


    Thus, the research results show that the inclusion of light water (deuterium depleted water - DDW, litewater) in antitumor therapy slows tumor growth, inhibits metastases, minimizes the likelihood of relapse and prolongs the life expectancy of cancer patients. In addition, deuterium-depleted water reduces the side effects of cytostatics, thereby improving the quality of life for patients.


    SEE ALSO:

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    2. Krempels K., Abonyi O., Balog K., I. Deuterium Depletion in Cancer Treatment and Prevention - Practical Application Advice.

    3. Roxana E. M. Deuterium - Depleted Water In Cancer Therapy. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal 2010; 9: 11: 1543-1545.

    4. Szabo M., Berkenyi T., Somlyai G. The effect of administration and local application of deuterium-depleted water on dogs and cats suffering from spontaneous malignancies.

    5. Krempels K., Somlyai I., Somlyai G. A Retrospective Evaluation of the Effects of Deuterium Depleted Water Consumption on 4 Patients with Brain Metastases from Lung Cancer//Integrative Cancer Therapies. – 2008. – 7(3). – P. 172-181.

    6. Cong F.S., Zhang Y.R., Sheng H.C. et al (). Deuterium-depleted water inhibits human lung carcinoma cell growth by // Exp Ther Med. – 2010. – 1. – 277-83.

    7. Gyongyi Z., Budan F., Szabo I. et al (2013). Deuterium depleted water effects on survival of lung cancer patients and expression of Kras, Bcl2, and Myc genes in mouse lung // Nutr Cancer 2. – 2013. – 65. – 240-6.

    8. Somlyai G. Deuterium depletion and its impact on life expectancy of patients with stage IV breast tumor//J Complement Alternat Med.- 2004. – 8. – 30-5.

    9. Krempels K., Somlyai I., Gyöngyi Z. et al. A retrospective study of survival in breast cancer patients undergoing deuterium depletion in addition to conventional therapies// J Cancer Res Ther. – 2013. – V. 1(8). – P. 194–200.

    10. Kovács A., Guller I., Krempels K. et al. Deuterium Depletion May Delay the Progression of Prostate Cancer // J. Cancer Therapy. – 2011. – V. 2. – P. 548-556.

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