In 1931 Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize for his discovery that the root cause of cancer was acidosis (too much acid in the body fluids) and hypoxia (oxygen deficiency). Research that Dr. Warburg conducted 8 years earlier revealed that cancer cells are anaerobic and cannot survive in the presence of high levels of oxygen.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is considered the principal
agency for coordinating cancer research in the United States. As an
integral part of the Nat’l Institutes of Health and the Dept. of Health
and Human Services, NCI receives Congressional funding. Between 2005 and
2010, NCI’s budget averaged $4.9 billion per year.
A fact sheet published on the Chemical Industry Archives
website revealed that cancer incidence in the U.S. increased steadily
between 1973 (the first year that statistics were compiled) and 1996.
The increase was consistent across many types of cancer — from breast
cancer that increased steadily at 1.5 percent annually, to prostate
cancer that skyrocketed to 4.4 percent per year. Overall, cancer
incidence in the U.S. rose by 1.1 percent per year during that time, or
about 11,000 more cancers per million people each year (source: NCI
“Deprive a cell 35% of its oxygen for 48 hours and it may become cancerous.”
-Dr. Otto Warburg
As noted on a WikiBooks
reference page, 25 of the 92 natural elements are essential for life.
Of these, six elements constitute the fundamental building blocks. They
are, in order of least to most common: sulfur, phosphorous, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and hydrogen.
“All sulfur does is transport oxygen and takes away the trash that the body accumulates.”
-Patrick McGean, Director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study
From a Radio RMN broadcast aired on Feb. 13, 2012
Available in abundance in mineral-rich topsoil not treated with chemical fertilizers, sulfur plays an vital role in the oxygenation and detoxification
of all cells. The Sulfur Cycle was broken in the 1950′s when farmers
began switching from manure to petrochemical fertilizers. The
application of toxic pesticides and herbicides adds another wedge that
adversely affects the sulfur cycle, while the over-processing of our food supplies
drives a final nail in the coffin, turning what we eat into unhealthy
products devoid of natural nutrition. It’s no wonder millions are
chronically ill and dependent on pharmaceutical drugs.
“Synthetic fertilizers can seriously deplete the nutritional content
of foods…An example is sulfur uptake into the plant can be inhibited by
-Mike Usry, founder of Southland Organics
“It blows my mind that 102 people diagnosed with N-stage cancer have refused to die after they started taking organic sulfur.”
-John Panigutti, Director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study of New England
From a Radio RMN broadcast aired on Aug. 2, 2012