### Dr.HOLT Treating cancer by ultra high frequency waves:2004 www.drholtsupport.com
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Cancer – Three features uniquely define cancer.
1 – It grows exponentially. That means every cell is dividing all the time. One cancer cell divides into two, then into four, then into eight, 16, 32 etc etc.
2 – It is irreversible.
3 – It passes on these traits from generation to generation.
This sugar is used for three purposes. Firstly it provides energy from converting glucose into lactic acid for cancer cells to divide, without using oxygen. Secondly glucose uses oxygen and provides all the energy for your brain to function. Thirdly glucose with oxygen controls normal cell division. Cancer is a fault in this control which makes it cancerous.
434 MHz Ultra High Frequency Radiowaves
I discovered in 1973 that this frequency (used throughout the continent of Europe as the standard frequency for medical purposes) will temporarily activate cancer’s burning of glucose without oxygen for between 20 and 30 minutes. Millions of patients throughout Europe have been treated since 1948 with this frequency for stimulating the repair of injuries, fractures, wound healing etc without any side effects being discovered. It stimulates normal cell division which is self limiting when repair is complete.
If the cancer cells’ uptake of glucose from the blood can be blocked before applying UHF radiation the cancer cell will die. This is selective killing because it ONLY acts on the Glucose to Lactic Acid system.
The Treatment Method
Intravenous injection of glucose blocking agents immediately before UHF are essential and have to be given quickly through a vein or an intravenous line. The blocking agents consist of cystine and oxidised glutathione and other similar forms of amino acids in their fully oxidised state. They carry a lot of oxygen with them, they look like glucose to the cancer cell and are therefore rapidly absorbed by them immediately the UHF radiation commences. The glucose is “burnt” by the blocking agent’s oxygen and the cancer cell dies.
Large arm veins are the most suitable site for injection. The smaller veins of the hand are unsuitable. The injection is slightly irritant and is approximately 50 ml of fluid. Before treatment starts a PICC line (Per Intravenous Cutaneous Catheter) can be inserted if the patient has poor veins. The line is inserted by a radiologist using ultrasound placement into a deep vein in the upper arm and can only be done in Perth if the patient has private health insurance. At the end of treatment the PICC line can be easily removed.
Results have come from 15 treatments over three weeks, Monday to Friday – 15 working days (remember WA’s public holidays!).
The infusion of the glucose blocking agent takes approximately fifteen minutes and is immediately followed by 20 to 25 minutes of UHF therapy using the radiowave machine to part or all of the body.
Complications of Treatment
434 MHz UHF creates resonance (it shakes cancer cells like a bell) and fluorescence (the cancer re-radiates different frequencies) and the energy does create some heat in the normal cells similar to sitting in front of a large electric fire. It must be emphasised that this is not heat treatment and MUST NOT be called hyperthermia where the body is deliberately raised to 41.8°C by non electrical methods. After treatment half an hour’s rest on a relaxing chair/bed under a fan allows the patient to drive their car away if they wish.
Every patient has their haematology, biochemistry and proof of cancer levels etc estimated before and after treatment. The only contraindication to treatment is a rare disease called thalassaemia because the red blood corpuscles in this disease (there are a few lesser variants which also may cause trouble) are readily damaged by mild warming (body temperature never exceeds 39.5°C, upper limit of human tolerance is 41.8°C) and the patients become anaemic. This may need fairly urgent transfusion if it occurs.
Approximately 1% or 2% of patients slight symptoms of the brain being starved of glucose may occur. The cancer obtains its glucose supply using the amino acid cysteine but the brain extracts its glucose using the amino acid methionine. This rare complication can be completely avoided by eating 100 to 200 grams of cooked red meat five times a week. If you are not willing to eat red meat during treatment there is 1 in 50 chance that you will experience these side effects and require admission to hospital. Patients must understand that if they do not eat red meat that treatment is at their own risk and that they must bear all consequences thereof.
No patient will be treated who is taking any antioxidant other than that which is contained in a normal, simple diet. For example large doses of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, selenium and multiple other so-called anti-cancer antioxidants may result in ineffective treatment simply because these substances destroy the glucose blocking agents before they reach the cancer cell.
General Features for Successful Treatment
A: The smaller the individual lesions the better the result because as cancer masses become bigger so the blood supply to the centre decreases and the drug cannot penetrate there.
B: The total mass of cancer is important. Any estimated load in excess of 100 grams will probably require more than one session of treatment.
The Practical Regime
I treat every patient whom I consider have a chance of response with 15 days of treatment. Then wait six to eight weeks and reassess the situation. If there is significant improvement – decrease by 10-20% of the cancer mass – then retreatment should be carried out because cure is possible in such patients. The maximum number of treatment courses given was seven in a patient with mesothelioma treated twelve years ago who now is alive and well without evidence of the disease.
Specific Contraindications to Treatment
1. A major contraindication to UHF therapy is having had any form of chemotherapy (also called cytotoxics, or cytotoxic treatment). These drugs are non-specific cell poisons designed to act against the genetic material in the cell nucleus. They do not act specifically on the cause of cancer, which is damage in the cytoplasm or extra-nuclear part of the cell. Normal cells are designed and controlled perfection using genetic information. Cancer is caused by irreparable damage to the system which interprets our genetic “blueprint”. It is pointless to destroy genes when their instructions are ignored by a defective system.
Some cytotoxic drugs may make normal cells more conductive to electricity so that there is little electrical difference between cancer cells and normal cells and then UHF no longer only acts on cancer cells.
2. Collections of fluid in the chest cavities, heart cavity or abdominal cavity must be drained and the cavities dry if satisfactory results are to be obtained in the underlying cancer. As examples – cancer of the lung and breast can cause outpourings of fluid in the left or right pleural space (cavity surrounding the lung) and more rarely in the pericardial (heart) space. UHF radiation will not penetrate collections of fluid. They may become hot enough to increase the damage in the cavities.
Fluid in the peritoneal cavity is called ascites. This is a common accompaniment of ovarian cancer and partial blockage to the lymphatics draining the abdominal cavity and occasionally due to obstruction in the liver from secondary cancer in that organ. Ascites may also get worse after UHF treatment and may prevent the underlying cancer receiving any effective UHF dosage. Ascites, pleural and/or pericardial collections of fluid are best treated by aspiration and installation of appropriate substances so that the surfaces of the space are inflamed and stick together thus obliterating the space. The effusion must have been controlled completely by such measures before radiowave therapy is possible .
If patients arrive with collections of fluid and this minor operation has to be performed before or during treatment they will be referred for drainage by another doctor. Patients without private hospital insurance cover with this complication will be referred to a public hospital, if so requested.
3. Smoking is absolutely contraindicated to the treatment. Treatment must not be commenced until at least several weeks after smoking has ceased. The carbon monoxide in cigarette smoke may inactivate the oxygenating effect of the glucose blocking agent.
Treatment is given only as out-patient attendance. Stretcher patients do not fit within the machine and wheel chair bound patients can only be treated if they are fairly mobile. Should any problem arise and a public hospital admission is essential, not only is Dr Holt unable to supervise you in such an institution but UHF therapy cannot be given whilst an in-patient in one.
All hospitals in WA require every interstate patient admitted to have a certificate from their local pathologist stating that they are free from MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus infection). To minimise cross infection in our own rooms the results of the MRSA test must be known to us before arriving for a course of therapy.
The treatment centre is in West Perth, an inner suburb with free bus travel to the city. Short term rental flats are available within a one to five kilometre radius. Your travel agent can arrange an hotel to start and then you can find your exact needs at leisure.
A three week course of treatment is a total of $6550 with a Medicare rebate (at 85% of the scheduled fee) of $2206.50 (as at 1 November 2003). The difference of $4343.50 must be paid during the first week of treatment.
Under the new Safety Net Medicare will now meet 80% of the out-of-pocket costs for medical services. Medicare may therefore give you a further rebate after the account for treatment has been processed by them.
Always make a claim from your State against your travel costs to WA (Patients’ Assisted Travel Scheme/Patient Transport Assistance Scheme). These forms are available from your local hospital.
Please note that we do not have the facilities to accept eftpos or credit card transactions. Payment can be made via cash or cheque.
If you do not have a referral from your GP or a specialist Medicare will not pay their portion of your account. Please ensure you bring one with you.
J A G HoltM.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S., F.R.C.R., F.R.A.C.R, D.M.R.T., D.R.C.O.G.