The Man Who Discovered The Cause Of Cancer Wrote A Book On Curing It

Dr. Otto Warburg was the man who discovered the cause of cancer, he was awarded the Nobel prize in 1931 for his work. Initially it was my understanding that he discovered cancer but he actually discovered the cause which in my opinion is even more valuable than discovering cancer. Many people have recognized a problem, a disease, a tumorous lump growing on someone and labeling it a disease. The cause of that disease is even more important and relevant than the disease itself if you want to do something about it. His work came to be known as the “Warburg Effect” or the “Warburg Hypothesis” which basically entailed that cancer cells live off sugar (glycolysis) and that they also thrive in an anaerobic environment. These causes lead me to believe the opposite would help to reverse the cancer growth. What do you think?

Dr. Otto Warburg [Photo: Wikipedia]

Oddly enough Dr. Otto Warburg gave his two cents on what can be done to treat and heal cancer and what changes need to take place in the human body for the human body to no longer have cancer. Let me say that again! the man who discovered cancer shared practical information on how cancer can cease to exist based on his understanding of cancer in his research….

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3 thoughts on “The Man Who Discovered The Cause Of Cancer Wrote A Book On Curing It”

  1. Reblogged this on rectalcancermyass and commented:
    When I was first diagnosed, I tested myself and my ph was very acidic but when I changed my diet, my body slowly became balanced. The drugs I was taking, the chemotherapy and radiation contributed to the acid but the healthy food I was eating did swing the ph to a healthier level. Now that I no longer take any prescription drugs my body is very alkaline.

    Read the following article and find out about the medical doctor who wrote a book on curing cancer.

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    1. Thanks for commenting Ingebird. I’m so glad you are well and didn’t go the path of so many. : ) I’ve lost a few friends and relations, some of whom didn’t get to hear there were protocols that worked.


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