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Re: Basal Cell Carcinoma - cured with Iodine.
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Re: Basal Cell Carcinoma - cured with Iodine.

Iodine serves two purposes.

Electron Donor

Improved thyroid function.

Working with Dr. Wolfstein now with VCI formerly Sloan Kettering oncologist.

He has shown through his own personal work that increasing thyroid activity reduces over production of estrogen.

He has treated both cancer patients and non cancer females that have reproductive issues using thyroid medication.

Improving the overall metabolic functioning of tissues and other hormone producing cells makes sense.

The electron donation is also anti cancer. It is alkaline and is called a Lewis Base. There are many compounds out there associated with electron donation. Selenium, Silver, modified protons, pro oxidants....the list goes on and on.

All of these have associated efficacy in cancer so when Iodine popped up as anti cancer it should have not been any surprise.

Iodine is probably the most electro possitive chemical available for the price.


One of my clients developed irregular heartbeat while adding Iodine to the mix. It may actually be the ATP she is taking. But we don't know for sure.

Dont take any crap from your disease.

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