Mastery Over Cancer and
Other Degenerative Diseases

(Part I) 

                                                       ~ Leo Roy, MD, ND ~

[Note: Mastery Over Cancer and Other Degenerative Diseases reflects Dr. Leo Roy's fifty plus years healing experience with hundreds of cancer patients and people with different degenerative diseases.  It is a must-read for people who are facing serious health challenges or who just want to maintain a healthy life.]

 

This masterpiece is divided into 17 chapters:

Chapter 1: Mastery Over Cancer (A general overview)

Chapter 2: Making Healing Work (Practical remedy counsels, guidelines)

Chapter 3: Nature P.A.T.H. (Patient aids to total health)

Chapter 4: Immunity - Resistance (How body fights disease)

Chapter 5: Nature Of Helaing When Nature Is Healing (Understand healing processes to enhance them)

Chapter 6: Blessings of Disease (Diseases are blessings in disguise -- they change lives)

Chapter 7: Pearls Of Wisdom -- Health Insights (To help you appreciate the greatness of the body)

Chapter 8: Toxemia (We all underestimate the undermining of toxins)

Chapter 9: G.I. Detox (Some solution to your body pollution)

Chapter 10: My Teeth Are Killing Me ( Amalgams, root canals, infections block all healing)

Chapter 11: A,s, B,s 3 C,s Of Curing (Curing -- an art that needs to be understood and used)

Chapter 12: Liver, Your Laboratory of Living (All healing is performed in this restoration factory)

Chapter 13: Healing Starts In The Stomach (The most common health problem and healing need)

Chapter 14: Pancreas, Your Biochemical Miscroprocessor (Key to 27 sypmtoms and 21 diseases)

Chapter 15: Nutritious Delicious Dishes (50 great, simple, easy, tasty healthy recipes)

Chapter 16: Navarro Test For Cancer (Tumor, cause diagnosis, and progress evaluation)

Chapter 17: Health Quiz (Are you really that healthy?)

 

 

The Overview

 

CANCER IS NOT ...

 

  • An evil witch or diabolical sorceress that nonchalantly wanders around seeking innocent victims to destroy
  • A mystery beyond understanding
  • A disease for which we know no causes
  • A disease for which there are no good answers or cures
  • A disease only medical doctors know how to treat and control
  • A disease to fear and dread
  • A reason to give up on life and living
  • A tumor

Cancer does not just happen. Normal healthy cells don't just spontaneously metamorphose into abnormal cells unless deprived, debilitated, poisoned, and damaged.

Cancer is the sum of all the processes which transform normal, healthy, alive, cells into abnormal, damaged, denatured, and toxic cells. Tumors are merely the end result of this process. Tumors are not the cancer. The process that creates the tumors is the real cancer.

Cancer is a disease of cells. Understanding cancer is understanding cells. Treating and curing cancer is treating, normalizing, supporting, sustaining, nourishing, protecting, and regenerating cells.

The study of cancer is the study of all these points. Medical research, over generations, has progressively unveiled the secrets of the world inside living cells -- secrets that have kept us in ignorance about cancer for centuries. There is no more mystery about cancer, but there are many complexities.

Cancer, in each patient, is the sum combination of a body's cells' reactions to all the chemicals, drugs, pollutants, and radiations that saturate our environment and of all the stresses, hazards, and abnormalities of our lifestyles and our civilized conditions of living.

 

Cancer Is Preventable, Treatable, Conquerable, and Curable

Believing that cancer is beyond the abilities of science and doctors was justifiable during the centuries when we knew little or nothing about cells, their physiology, their biochemistry, and the impact that chemicals, drugs, and radiations have on them.

We are no longer in the dark ages of science. The era of cancer ignorance is past. Libraries of information exist about cells, their nature and functions, how they multiply and divide, and what agents control cell proliferation. It is no longer justifiable to claim that we don't know the nature and causes of cancer.

It is true we don't know "the" cause or "a" cause for there is no such thing as a single simple cause. There are only multiple causes. Cancer is a complex illness. By correlating all facts and causes together cancer becomes understandable.

It is only as we allow our minds to be mesmerized by the misconceptions of past centuries that we have difficulties accepting and mastering the realities of cancer. We need to take a look again at the whole cancer concept with minds completely free from beliefs and conclusions procreated in the centuries of ignorance and to replace these misconceptions with the scientific discoveries of the last fifty years

Clear, common sense and realistic awareness of everything about cancer can cancel out your fears and replace them with assurances that there are a multitude of answers that make possible the overcoming of cancer.

 

Cancer Is a Disease of Cells

Cancer is the sum of poisons, attackers and abnormalities that transform normal cells (such as the one illustrated below) into biochemically distorted, abnormal, and sick cells (such as the one illustrated on the next picture).

   

Cells are molecular structures of proteins, minerals and trace minerals, oils, and thousands of enzymes. Cell nuclei house chromosomes. These govern and control the life, functions, growth and dividing of cells.

Cells are surrounded by, and float in, body fluids, like fishes in an ocean. In constant contact with all the substances in those body fluids, they are subject to chemical reactions with them. Anybody with high school chemistry knows that it is not possible to place two chemicals of radically different natures in contact with each other without each reacting with the other. Everything in our bodies, tissues, organs, fluids, and cells contains chemicals. They are vulnerable to chemical reactions.

If the inner body environment, or "ocean," is healthy, the cells will remain healthy. If the inner body environment is polluted and full of poisons the cells will eventually be damaged by those poisons.

Nature has created an almost impregnable and formidable protective suit of armor covering of cells -- the cell membranes. As long as cell membranes are healthy and intact, cells resist all invaders and attackers.

Cell membranes are also made up of proteins, oils, minerals, and lecithin. They control cell nutrition by selectively allowing the absorption of molecules only, which are identical to those which original form their structure. They repel and reject all substances of a nature different to their own special biochemistry -- including poisons and carcinogens.

Deficiencies, denaturing, and deterioration of its membrane is the start of cell disintegration and of its transformation into a cancer cell. It is only when cell membranes succumb to reactions with the toxic chemicals, in which they are immersed and become chemically damaged, then they lose their power to defend themselves and block the infiltrating of poisons and carcinogens, which pierce the membrane barrier and enter into the cell protoplasm. They react with, destroy, and displace the cells organelles, enzymes, and other cell components. Cells lose their identity and become cancer cells.

It may take years for body pollutants and poisons to damage, break down, and destroy cell membranes.

   

Possibly the most powerful and effective protector of the structure and functions of cells against attackers and invaders are their membranes. Membranes also play a major role in the control of what cells absorb, and in the control of cell growth, cell division and multiplication. By powers of a magnetic attraction, cell membranes act as the gates whereby needed nutrients enter into the cells.

The cell diagram on the previous page shows a damaged membrane pierced in many places. Many of its inner structures have been denatured and destroyed. It no longer functions in its normal ways. This picture is typical of a cancer cell. As cells become over filled with excesses of any kind, they swell beyond their normal size. When close to double in size, they normally divide into two cells. Their excessive proliferation creates masses of billions of cells. These are tumors.

 

The Nature of Cancer Is the Nature of its Cause

Cancer societies and medics constantly promulgate statements that we do not know the causes and nature of cancer. Yet you can read about them in your newspaper and hear them on T.V. They are listed in journals of toxicology. They are no secret; they are no mystery; they are the key to understanding cancer.

In all cancers there are three categories of causes.

  1. Predisposing causes: those which weaken cells and their resistance to disease.
  2. Contributing causes: those which overload body organs, cells, the organs of detoxification and elimination, and hinder them from metabolizing toxins and wastes.
  3. Triggering causes: Highly toxic substances which denature, damage, and transform normal cells into cancer cells. The most lethal of these killing agents are termed carcinogens.

(You are not expected to read in detail or remember the long list of causes that follows on the next page. Skim over them quickly. You may not know the chemical names. They are known to chemical scientists. This list is to make you aware of how many known causes of cancer we constantly live with in our civilization.)

 

The DIRECT CAUSES OF CANCER -- The CARCINOGENS

Cell damaging, denaturing chemicals

  • Chemotherapy-- the most powerful, specific, destructive chemical
  • Benzopyrene, P.C.B.s, BHT, BHA
  • Asbestos in home insulations, machinery, etc.
  • Nitrites -- secondary amines from nitrosamines
  • Mycotoxins, Aflatoxin, B1
  • Chemically-processed non-food form (multi) vitamins, minerals and trace minerals without their enzymes
  • Especially cadmium, nickel, aluminum, lead, arsenic and sodium

Environmental carcinogens

  • Polyvinyl Chloride PVCs
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB's)
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)
  • Specific metals: lead, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, nickel, aluminum, zinc, plus minerals when taken in a non-food form, such as in supplements
  • Chemical fertilizers

Air source carcinogens and radiation

  • Exposure to radiation and radon
  • Potash-type fertilizers
  • Tobacco
  • Cigarettes and second-hand cigarette fumes
  • Highly toxic chemical fumes
  • Industrial fumes
  • Carbon monoxide from road and air traffic fumes
  • Fumes from garbage disposal dumps

Pesticides

The five common categories of pesticides are:

  • Organo-chlorines
  • Organo-phosphates
  • Alachlor: the most widely used pesticide, mostly on corn
  • Captan: used on apples, cherries, grapes, nectarines, peaches, pears, and strawberries
  • Ethylene bisdithiocarbamate: used on potatoes and tomatoes
  • Parathion: used on peaches, pecans, walnuts, and wheat.  It is the leading cause of poisoned workers in California.

Food form carcinogens

  • The rancid fats from barbecued meats and fishes
  • The rancid oils from roasted coffee
  • Chemical smoking agents used to smoke foods, meats, fishes
  • The rancid, chemically treated, hydrogenated oils
  • Fried foods, fat foods, chips, fries, hydrolyzed proteins
  • Amines + sugars = pralines
  • Microwaved foods
  • Foods grown in nitrate rich areas

Water source carcinogens

  • Fluorides, chlorine, chlorides
  • Dioxin
  • Industrial water polluting effluents
  • Saliva solubilized thallium: used in the mercury in amalgams. (Thallium kills instantly on contact.)
  • Water, wells in nitrate rich areas
  • Poisonous solubles of water pipes, plastic bottles, and water treatment chemicals

Carcinogenic food additives

  • Sucaryl - Saccharin
  • Aspartame
  • Cyclamates
  • Butter Yellow
  • Nutri-Sweet
  • Sweet and Low
  • Yellow OB
  • Yellow AB
  • 1,000 food additives, preservatives, colorings, flavorings

Medical source carcinogens

  • The side effects of medical treatments and surgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation and radioactive materials
  • The I.U.D.s. and vaginal creams
  • Many medical drugs routinely used for chronic ailments
  • Diethylstilbestrol and "the pill"
  • Chemical inter-reactions between prescription drugs, and with the chemicals and drugs in our foods
  • Hallucinogenic drugs, marijuana, cocaine

Miscellaneous carcinogens

  • Pyrrolizidine alkaloids
  • Hydrazines
  • Bracken fern
  • Safrole and ertragole
  • Glycoalkaloids
  • Coumarins
  • Quinones, phenols
  • Phenol esters
  • Cycasin
  • Ethyl carbonates
  • Acetylaldehyde
  • Coal tar
  • Catechol (catecholamines)
  • Canavarine
  • PAH
  • Vicine and convicine

 

Contributing Causes

Body and metabolic type factors

  • Environmental poisons, toxins, wastes, and pollutants
  • Retained stagnating body wastes from fault elimination
  • Body pollutants from faulty digestion and metabolism:
     
    Indole Indican Skatole
    Hydrogen Sulphur Neurine Urobilin
    Methylmercaptan Cadaverine Putrescine
    Pentamethylenediamine Butyric acid Histidine
    Methyguanidine Muscarine Ammonia
    Ptomatropine Cresols Butoline
    Beta-imidazolethylamine Sepsin  

Food form contributing factors

  • Caffeine, coffee, tea, chocolate -- methylxanthines: these are chemical cell- damaging agents found in caffeine (rancid coffee beans or powder), tea, and chocolate
  • Theobromine, theophylline -- constituents of coffee, tea, chocolate
  • Alcohol -- their additives and agents: acetylaldehyde
  • Nitrosamines, PAH -- flavoring and coloring agents
  • Non-foods -- Foods which supply nothing to health, resistance, or immunity

  • - Fats in meats -- Pork, bacon, ham
    - Scavenger foods
    - Rancid wheat germ and ground cereal grains
    - Dead Foods; Denatured foods
    - Canned foods
    - Overcooked foods
    - All foods prepared with preservatives
    - Stale foods
    - Dry boxed cereals
    - Pasteurized foods, milk, honey
    - Chemical imitation, instant, non-foods
    - Coffeemate and imitation creams
    - Ensure and similar vitamin and mineral supplements
    - Isolated, refined, processed amino acids
    - Table salt
    - Sugar foods:    
        Soft Drinks Cakes, pies Cookies
        White sugar = glucose, sucrose Desserts
        Fruit sugars (fructose) Brown sugar  
        Milk sugars -- lactose Chocolate bars  

Contributory Environmental Factors

  • Chemicals in drapes, carpets
  • Glues in fabricated woods
  • Industrial pollutants and effluents
  • High-tension wires

Air Pollutants

  • Sprays, pesticides
  • Aerosols
  • Consumers' gases and hydrocarbon fumes
  • Industrial fumes
  • Cigarette fumes

"Smoking alone is not a sufficient explanation for the occurrence of cancer. But a combination of life stress and smoking constitutes a powerful instigator of the diseases." [Eysenck, 1988]

Infections

  • Fungi in jaw bone cold abscesses
  • Root Canals
  • Viruses
  • Mouth and gum infections
  • Parasites
  • Infected bladder and/or kidneys
  • Other abscesses

Chemicals and Drugs

  • Chemicals in drapes, fabrics, insulations, glues, woods
  • Medical and prescription drugs
  • Hallucinogenic and kick drugs
  • Cosmetics and hair dyes

 

PREDISPOSING CAUSES AND FACTORS

 

Poor general health and devitalization

  • Burnouts, breakdowns, exhaustion
  • Overwork, not enough rest or sleep
  • Lifestyle excesses; workaholic habits
  • Stresses, tensions
  • Traumas
  • Frustrations
  • Under-functioning liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, thymus
  • Devitalized, demagnetized, weakened organs and functions
  • Lowered body immunity and resistance to disease
  • A toxic inner body world of pollution
  • Stagnation of toxins and wastes
  • Faulty or failing organs of elimination
  • Faulty or failing organs of detoxification
  • Accidents, damaged tissues, barriers to blood flow

Body chemistry

  • Refined chemically processed vitamins without their enzymes
  • Refined minerals without their specific essential enzymes
  • Diuretics, resulting in low cell potassium
  • Loss of cell oxidation (leads to potassium dependancy)
  • Biochemical excesses, imbalances, deficiencies
  • Insufficient secretion of salivary gland enzymes
  • Abnormal acid excesses and body acidity (leads to pH imbalances)
  • Endocrine gland imbalances and deficiencies

Elimination Failures

  • Failures of neutralizing and eliminating body poisons, chemical fertilizers, body waste products, toxins, and debris that result from cell breakdown and catabolism.

Environmental Predisposers

  • Crowded living conditions
  • T.V. and computer monitors
  • Halogen lamps (depletes Vitamin A)

Non-Foods and food pollutants

  • Up to 3,000 chemicals are added to our foods
  • Junk foods and fast foods
  • Refined and bankrupted foods
  • Processed foods
  • Imitation counterfeit foods
  • Canned foods
  • Overcooked foods
  • Broiled beef and hamburgers
  • Caramelization of foods

Deficiencies

Cells partially or seriously starved from nutrients they require for their survival -- depleted of their vital energies and reserves -≠become a prime target for attack and damage by deficiencies. Such cells may be deficient in:

  • Anti-histamine
  • Adequate digestion of foods
  • Proteins
  • Quality oils
  • Lecithin
  • Food form vitamins -- mainly the A C and E group complexes
  • Calcium -- its deficiency or non-utilizability
  • Food form trace minerals, including germanium, selenium
  • Food form gross minerals: mainly potassium and iron
  • Stomach enzymes and hydrochloric acid
  • Pancreatic enzymes
  • Hydrochloric Acid deficiency

Psychic, emotional, traumatic, and attitude factors

  • The absence of love, joy, peace
  • Overloads assumed and accepted
  • Failure to be true to self
  • Failures to live by the laws of nature
  • Neglects of emotional, mental, and physical needs
  • Negative attitudes and emotions
  • Anxieties, worries, angers, fears, and hatred
  • Excesses of lifestyles in work, habits, and play
  • Neglects of important personal needs
  • Denials of one's nature, dreams, hopes, and loves
  • Traumatic losses
  • Traumatic emotional experiences and grieving
  • Stresses and distresses
  • Anxiety regarding stresses, grieves, and hurts
  • Negative attitudes and reactions to life's adversities
  • Mental and emotional burnouts, emotional starvation
  • Despair and depression
  • A demoralized mind
  • Deaths and losses of loved ones
  • Broken relationships
  • A myriad of mind pollutants like pornography
  • Incompatible, non-fulfilling, or challenging jobs
  • Incompatible partners and prolonged unhappiness
  • Loss of the will to live

 


The list above of scientifically proven causes of cancer tells us that the problem of cancer is NOT that of NOT knowing its causes . The problem is that we know too many. Those who succumb to cancer are generally affected by many causes. The most common of these conditions that most people live with year in, year out, are listed below.


 

SOME FACTORS, EVEN THOUGH THEY DO NOT DAMAGE CELLS, ACTIVATE AND ACCELERATE THEIR PROLIFERATION

  • Excess histamines
  • Excess sodium -- loss of potassium
  • Overactive pituitary gland
  • Toxin absorption; like fat cells that store excesses / wastes
  • Excess nutrient intake, water intake, and overeating
  • Hyper thyroid
  • Over-alkalinity of body fluids -- over-saturation of potassium from excess dying of normal cells
  • Acids. Excess intake of acid foods
  • Caffeine and caffeine rich foods; they over-activate the metabolism
  • Excess cell death activates excess cell replacement through cell growth and division

 

OTHER FACTORS CONTROL AND SLOW DOWN ABNORMAL CELL GROWTH AND  DIVISION

  • Antihistamines
  • Acidity. Balanced normal level of body acids, hydrochloric, phosphoric, and ascorbic acids
  • High activity: burns up and catabolizes cells as fast as they can reproduce and grow
  • Pituitary inhibiting hormones
  • Oils. Cell coating and protectors
  • Plentiful enzymes resources. Eat enzyme-rich foods in their natural, alive state.
  • All drugs and radiation

 

CANCER CAUSERS WE DAILY LIVE WITH

A good number of the following are conditions that constantly affect our lives, our health and our cells.

  1. Hereditary preconditioning
  2. Stresses of every day living, tensions
  3. Work overloads and pressures
  4. Shocks, emotional trauma
  5. Grieving, serious losses, loneliness
  6. Hatred, angers, fears, phobias, and anxieties
  7. Fear of cancer
  8. Negative attitudes and demoralization
  9. Low self image and self-hatred
  10. Exhaustion and devitalization
  11. Inadequate rest, relaxation, and poor sleeping habits
  12. Lifestyle excesses and abuses
  13. Poor or blocked local blood circulation resulting from lack of exercise
  14. Natural gas, air conditioning, traffic or industry fumes, low oxygen levels in the home or office environment
  15. E.L.F. High-tension lines
  16. Radiation supersaturation and radon areas
  17. Any, or many, of up to 1,000 carcinogens in foods
  18. Carcinogens in water: fluorides, chlorine, Dioxin, P.C.B.s, plumbing and water treatment chemicals
  19. Routine intake of an assortment of medical drugs
  20. Hereditary imbalance of the endocrine glands
  21. A hydrochloric acid deficiency, with fault digestion
  22. Inadequate functions and secretions of the pancreas
  23. Toxic, overloaded, and under-functioning livers
  24. Lowered immunity and resistance to disease
  25. A general imbalance of all body biochemicals and pH
  26. Poor diet resulting in overcooked, enzyme-depleted, toxic, dead, and counterfeit, bankrupted foods
  27. Excesses of denatured, overcooked, and microwave proteins,
  28. Vitamin deficiencies
  29. Mineral-trace or mineral deficiencies
  30. Long term, deficiency of essential protecting oils
  31. Excesses of toxic, stale, or hydrogenated commercial oils
  32. Accumulated body wastes, retained by constipation
  33. Little or no joy of living, or hope for good living
  34. T.V.s or computer monitors

The cancer process is a battle between cell attackers and invaders and cell protectors and defenders. This process is illustrated on the next three pages.

 

CANCER IS A BATTLE

In the presence of carcinogens our bodies become battle grounds. Cells struggle constantly to protect themselves against chemical enemies, biochemical deficiencies, and imbalances that threaten to destroy them.

Cancer cells cannot survive and grow except by feasting on excesses of pollutants and poisons that saturate the fluids in which they are immersed.

There is no specific entity called "cancer." There are only people who have succumbed to the processes which create cancer cells -- those whose bodies have lost the ability to neutralize and get rid of all the chemicals, poisons, and carcinogens which damage cells.

If these are not detected and unveiled, what is not known, of course, assumes the semblance of being a mystery.

Almost nobody succumbs to cancer unless they have been affected by many of the causes listed on pages 17 and 18.

Individually, each cause may be simple and not serious in nature.

The sum total of all causes together becomes a destructive process. The assortment varies with each person. What causes one personís cancer is not likely to be the same combination of causes that destroys the health of another.

 

-- to be continued in next issue.