Monday, August 4, 2008

Who is Tullio Simoncini?

This video is so different as to be almost unbelievable. In it, Italian oncologist Tullio Simoncini speaks of his great success in healing various types of cancer... with sodium bicarbonate.

Yep, that's baking soda.

The good news... it appears to be working.

The bad news... it is cheap, and therefore puts a dent in the huge profit-making "surgery-then-chemotherapy/radiation" industry, which is currently conventional medicine's only offering for battling cancer.

I don't know what I think about it, and I certainly don't know what I'd do if I had to face a decision regarding cancer treatment. But it is certainly interesting stuff, and I'll be watching with great interest to see how cancer treatments develop over the next few years.

And I'll be paying attention to Dr. Simoncini.


Chris said...

So cancer is a fungus and the $100 billion scientists have spent on cancer research couldn't figure this out. Tullio figured it out because he looked at some cancer and noticed it was white, just like yeast. Maybe cancer is snow (which is also white) and it just melts when he puts baking soda on it. Won't Tullio feel stupid when he finds this out, when all along he thought it was fungus. Speaking of the bad news, his book is also 40 Euros.

Chris said...

Yikes, I'm eating cancer right now. No, wait, it's cottage cheese. Phew!