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Examples of therapy with sodium bicarbonate solutions

The fundamental reason and the motives that suggest a therapy with sodium bicarbonate against tumours is
that, although with the concurrence of a myriad of variable concausal factors – the development and the local
and remote proliferation of these tumours has a cause that is exclusively fungin.
At the moment, against fungi there is no useful remedy other than, in my opinion, sodium bicarbonate. The
anti-fungins that are currently on the market, in fact, do not have the ability to penetrate the masses (except
perhaps early administrations of azoli or of amfotercin B delivered parenterally), since they are conceived to
act only at a stratified level of epithelial type. They are therefore unable to affect myceliar aggregations set
volumetrically and also masked by the connectival reaction that attempts to circumscribe them.

We have seen that fungi are also able to quickly mutate their genetic structure. That means that after an initial
phase of sensitivity to fungicides, in a short time they are able to codify them and to metabolise them without
being damaged by them – rather, paradoxically, they extract a benefit from their high toxicity on the
This happens, for example, in the prostateinvasive carcinoma with congealed pelvis. For this affliction, there
is a therapy with anti-fungins which at first is very effective at the symptomatological level but through time
it consistently loses its effectiveness.

Sodium bicarbonate, instead, as it is extremely diffusible and without that structural complexity that fungi
can easily codify, retains for a long time its ability to penetrate the masses. This is also and especially due to
the speed at which it disintegrates them, which makes fungi’s adaptability impossible, thus it cannot defend
itself. A therapy with bicarbonate should therefore be set up with strong dosage, continuously, and with
pauseless cycles in a destruction work which should proceed from the beginning to the end without
interruption for at least 7-8 days for the first cycle, keeping in mind that a mass of 2-3-4 centimetres begins to
consistently regress from the third to the fourth day, and collapses from the fourth to the fifth.

Generally speaking, the maximum limit of the dosage that can be administered in a session gravitates around
500 cc of sodium bicarbonate at five per cent solution, with the possibility of increasing or decreasing the
dosage by 20 per cent in function of the body mass of the individual to be treated and in the presence of
multiple localisations upon which to apportion a greater quantity of salts.

We must underline that the dosages indicated, as they are harmless, are the very same that have already been
utilised without any problem for more than 30 years in a myriad of other morbid situations such as:

• Severe diabetic ketoacidosis

• Cardio-respiratory reanimation
• Pregnancy
• Haemodialysis
• Peritoneal dialysis
• Pharmacological toxicosis
• Hepatopathy
• Vascular surgery

With the aim to reach the maximum effect, sodium bicarbonate should be administered directly on the
neoplastic masses which are susceptible of regression only by destroying the fungal colonies.
This is possible by the selective arteriography (the visualisation through instrumentation of specific arteries)
and by the positioning of the arterial port-a-cath (these devices are small basins used to join the catheter).
These methods allow the positioning of a small catheter directly in the artery that nourishes the neoplastic
mass, allowing the administration of high dosages of sodium bicarbonate in the deepest recesses of the
With this method, it is possible to reach almost all organs; they can be treated and can benefit from a therapy
with bicarbonate salts which is harmless, fast, and effective with only the exception of some bone areas such
as vertebrae and ribs, where the scarce arterial irrigation does not allow sufficient dosage to reach the targets.

Selective arteriography therefore represents a very powerful weapon against fungi that can always be used
against neoplasias, firstly because it is painless and leaves no after effects, secondly because the risks are
very low.

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Oropharynx cancer

The privileged anatomical position that is in contact with the outside allows a very easy perfusion of the
neoplastic masses that are in the mouth and the tongue, on the palate and in the pharynx. The perfusions with
sodium bicarbonate solutions are very concentrated and simply obtained with one-and-a-half teaspoons of the
substance in a glass of water. The treatment, to be administered twice a day, goes on for 10 days. At the end
of this period, the treatment is repeated once a day for another 10 days. After a week of rest and if some
small residual neoplasia persists, the treatment is repeated.

In case of irritation, the administration of the bicarbonate can be alternated with one day of rest, and, in the
presence of blood, by the administration of sodium chloride – that is, simple salt in water. If the epipharynx
or nasal cavities are affected, it would be useful to prescribe inhalations and conjunctival instillations.
So far the therapy is easy. That, however, becomes more complex in a presence of a deeper neoplastic
process, that is , when neoplasias gain grounds within the bodily structures. The impossibility to reach them
from outside imposes an arteriographic treatment through the external carotid possibly associated with local

Stomach cancer

One of the tumours that are easiest to treat because of its easily reachable position through the mouth is that
of the stomach. Patients I treated 20 years ago lived for a long time without mutilations. Some of them,
among which a relative of mine, are still living. Administration and dosage: one teaspoon of sodium
bicarbonate in one glass of water 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner for 15 days, then only in the
morning for another 30 days, making sure that the patient assumes all the positions (prone, supine and lateral)
so that contact with the salts is achieved with all the mucus of the organ. It may happen sometimes that the
double daily administration may cause diarrhoea discharge; but suspending the evening administration
should be able to solve the problem.

Generally after five to 10 days the blood in the feces disappears, digestion begins to normalise and the feeling
of heaviness tends to regress with the result that the patient manages to gain weight. Everything is fairly
simple, therefore, when the neoplasia – even of large dimensions – remains confined to the stomach wall and
to some peripheral lymphonoids.
In the case when there is a visible spreading in the adjacent structures – especially in the ligaments – stomach
cancer, as it is impossible to reach completely, becomes extremely difficult to uproot. The colonies, in fact,
are not touched by the bicarbonate administered in the stomach and work as a receptacle for a more marked
proliferation where they cannot be attacked.
They become the reference position of all the others, sustained in the fight for survival by those elements of
biochemical solidarity that are at the basis of the formation and of the progression of the masses.
To better understand this concept, one can imagine a great spider web formed by voluminous aggregates in
the corners, and elements of linear connection that join them and that work as communications means
between the cells.
When an element, an aggregation or a great part of the structure is attacked, the alarm signals move form the
more exposed colonies to those which remain outside of the field of any toxic substance so that their defence
reactions can be activated and increased without limitation.
Furthermore, through the porous cellular network, a displacement of nuclear elements from each cell towards
a non-endangered location takes place, with the result that a greater concentration of noble reproductive
structures can work undisturbed, even having the time to perform genetic changes in function of the noxious
It is in this way that all forms of resistance to drugs and to other compounds (including bicarbonate) is
developed, even though when it come to the latter the adaptation is to be conceived in terms of resistance to
the low dosage used in the therapy.
The biological reactive network therefore explains the phenomena of communication and defence between
the aggregates, cells and spores that are even quite distant from each other. It also explains the mechanism of
the metastases, which are nothing but new fungin masses that have colonised an organ after departing and
being fed by the mother colony.
Assuming, however, that the spider web is widespread and that it touches many organs, one can ask why
metastases are produced gradually, first in one organ and then in another, and so on. The explanation consists
in the fact that, as long as a tissue has integrity and tone – that is, it is reactive – no fungin rooting is possible.
When it weakens, for the most various causes and for the progression of the disease, beyond a certain limit it
becomes more attackable and thus it can be colonised. This is the reason why the main causes of metastasis
are often the official therapies, as they produce such tissual suffering as to render those tissues defenceless to
the fungi.
Going back to the stomach cancer, the points that are less accessible for the therapy with bicarbonate are the
ligaments, starting points for the defence and the regeneration of the colonies. If, besides the ligaments there
is also an involvement of other organs, especially the liver, it all becomes even more difficult.
It is therefore appropriate to treat the stomach tumour as soon as possible and with the greatest possible
intensity in order to uproot it completely and once and for all before it is able to get itself “organised”. The
positioning of a catheter in perigastric location and an arterial one in the celiac tripod through which it is
possible to administer the bicarbonate directly on the fungin masses can allow the regression of the disease
even in complex cases.

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Liver cancer

All types of organic tissue, both primitive and metastatic, are reachable through selective arteriography by
utilising a catheter positioned in the hepatic artery through which it is possible to administer 500 ccs 5 %
solution daily, possibly associating it with oral intake.
The regression always takes place if there is a sufficient quantity of working hepatic parenchyma – at least 30
% -- even in the presence of an infection from hepatitis virus. The life expectancy is in function of the size of
the masses and it can constantly increase as treatments are repeated through time up to the restoration of
normal life conditions. Normally the therapeutic scheme includes a cycle via artery of 6-7 days, to repeat
each 3-4 weeks during which, in the intercalary periods, a teaspoon of bicarbonate dissolved in water is taken
on an empty stomach during the rest day. Although rare, side effects occurring during the therapy are:

• Elevation of body temperature up to 38 ° C, in some cases up to 39°

• Cephalea
• Moderate hypertension/hypotension events
• Pain in the hepatic area, caused by the action of bicarbonate in the presence of hemorrhagic
• Urinary retention

All the symptoms described above caused by the bicarbonate that immediately disintegrates the masses
regress in a short time – about 30-60 minutes – through abundant oral hydration or with the administration of
phleboclyses that dilute the catabolites. The phleboclyses contain 10 % glucose solution with the addition of
potassium chloride and physiological solutions.
In addition to the above therapeutic scheme, sometimes to attack a mass that does not regress fast enough, it
may be useful to position a small catheter directly inside the neoplastic mass in which we can infuse the
sodium bicarbonate. If appropriately treated, liver cancer regresses in a very high percentage of cases (90%)
with equally elevated final recovery rates (70-80%). The exceptions are cases where all or a vast part of
hepatic parenchyma (the hepatic matter) has been replaced by the neoplastic masses.

Peritoneal carcinosis

Almost all the neoplasias of the abdomen can expand either because of contiguity or after surgical
intervention in the peritoneal cavity, and gradually spread in all possible directions.
Stomach, intestine, pancreas, bladder, prostate, uterus and ovaries are the organs from which most frequently
takes place an expansion in the cavity with possible formation of ascitical liquid of the neoplastic type. In
fact, once the fungin colonies penetrate in the peritoneal serosa and they get used to metabolising it, there is
no more obstacle to their advancement. In this way, the phenomenon of carcinosis takes place – a morbid
event that is outside the range of any conventional therapy.

Conversely, the method of therapy that I propose, as it is based on the filling of the cavity with bicarbonate
solution, is able to able to reach the fungin masses in their totality and it turns out to be extremely effective in
their destruction. The method consists in the positioning of a transdermal catheter in the abdomen through
which the invaded tissues are abundantly irrigated for about 30-40 days after draining the pre-existing liquid.
For the first three days, 300-400 ccs of sodium bicarbonate 5 % solution are introduced and left inside the
peritoneal cavity. This is drained the day after before the new administration. For the following 12 days, the
dosage is lowered to 100-200 ccs of solution, to be drained 1-2 hours after the treatment. The procedure is
repeated from the 15th to the 30th-40th day with a cadence of one day on and two off. The dosages described
above are to be considered indicative, as they change in function of the response, of the weight of the body
and by the side effects that may take place.

Flatulence and feeling of fullness that often already exist as well as more or less marked pain are almost
constant symptoms, especially in the first days. But the symptoms sharply regress as the therapy proceeds.
Hypertensive or hypotensive episodes as well as thirst and lack of appetite complete the picture of possible
undesirable side effects. The most serious complication may be the development of an infection inside the
cavity, generally caused by the lack of a thorough daily medication of the catheter and the bandages. If this
occurs, it must be immediately treated with high dosages of intramuscular antibiotics which can resolve it in
a short time. In the presence of carcinoses of large dimensions, an intervention for the resection of the masses
is to be performed with the purpose of “lightening up” the abdominal cavity and making the action of
bicarbonate more effective.

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Intestinal cancer
The choice of the treatment to perform with sodium bicarbonate depends on two factors: the size of the mass
and the depth of infiltration in the intestinal wall. In the case when the neoplasia – regardless of its shape – is
all inside the intestinal lumen, the most effective method to attack it is colonoscopy, through which it is
possible to administer 150-200 grams of sodium bicarbonate in two litres of luke-warm water, going as far as
the ileum-caecal valve.
Even when within a few days the masses regress conspicuously, it is best to program from seven to nine
session for a period of three to four weeks, keeping in mind that the first ones must be first together to have
an immediate effect, and that the last ones are for the purpose of consolidation.
The possible crossing beyond the intestinal wall, or the simultaneous presence of a hepatic metastases impose
a specific therapy for these organs as well.
During or after each session with bicarbonate salts, temporary episodes of diarrhoea can take place, but this is
not cause for the interruption of the therapy; at most, it may be appropriate to pause for some days.
Under certain dimension, and that is if the tumour has not completely invaded the intestinal lumen to the
point of sub occlusion or occlusion, the endoscopic treatment turns out to be very efficacious for obtaining
the regression of the masses.
Where, instead, there is an extreme situation or the simultaneous presence of other synchronous tumour, that
is, existing in other sections of the intestine, and where it would be very difficult to reach after passing the
first mass, then in such cases surgical intervention is indicated, as it saves the performance of the canalization
down to the anus.
This is possible through terminal or lateral anastomosis (terminal – terminale o latero – laterale) of the
resected stumps, later treated both in the surgical theatre and through post-surgical draining with local and
regional administration of sodium bicarbonate capable of preventing the formation of possible local or
hepatic relapses.
When tissues are more vulnerable in the cicatricial points where reactivity equals zero, or at the hepatic level
because of the toxic effects of the anaesthesia, the treatment with bicarbonate prevents that fungin
regermination that most of the time causes a return of the disease impossible to tame. The indications for
prevention in this case are the same as those for the therapy of peritoneal carcinosis.

Cancer of the spleen

The only efficacious method is selective arteriography of the spleenic artery. This provides excellent results
immediately and in general does not cause troublesome side-effects.
Next to the speenectomy, which is the conventional chosen treatment, not only does it spare the organ, but it
also prevents the possible neoplastic propagation at the hepatic or systemic level. In any case, even if surgical
intervention is chosen, a preventive measure applied locally and generally with sodium bicarbonate turns out
to be extremely efficacious to impede a return of the neoplastic pathology.

Tumour of the pancreas

Here too, the arteriographic therapeutic approach applies, although sometimes the side-effects are more
disturbing than they are for the spleen. During the first infusions, in fact, the nausea and heaviness episodes
are more acute, as well as the pain felt at the moment of the infusion at the pancreatic artery because of its
small diameter, which causes reactions due to its temporary, forced stretching.
One positive element of reaction which indicates the quick sensitivity of the colonies to sodium bicarbonate
is the fact attenuation of the existing dorsal pain. Sometimes when surgical or biliar interventions have been
performed, it may be that anomalous vascular conditions have occurred. In this case, arteriographic therapy
may not be very efficacious. The crossing of the colonies in adjacent tissues or in the liver imposes a specific
therapy even for these pathological conditions.

Bladder tumour
The therapeutic approach depends on the anatomical configuration of the neoplastic invasion. That is, on
whether the tumour is limited to the internal walls or if it goes over into the pelvic cavity. In the presence of
carcinomas that are superficial or partially infiltrating, it is sufficient to administer bicarbonate solutions
directly in the bladder through a catheter and also by administering an oral therapy of one teaspoon in a glass
of water on an empty stomach to obtain very positive results almost all the time. In general, after two or three
days and also in the presence of large projecting masses, we can observe a regression of the painful
symptomatology and, if present, the elimination of hematuria episodes.
Dosage: 150-200 cc through catheter for four consecutive days, then every other day for two weeks, then one
day on and two off for two further weeks, taking care of suspending for one or more days in the presence of
evident pain or erythrocytaria diapedesis. The vesicle epithelium, in fact – burdened by the disease or by
previous endoscopic instillations of mythomicine or other drugs – demands, because of its suffering
condition, particular attention and vigilance. That means a continuous therapeutic modulation in function of
the subject.
In the case of pelvic overflow, both selective arteriography and abdominal catheters are indicated, through
which it is possible to attack the masses in a concentric and conclusive way. Sometimes a neoplastic
affliction of the urethras may be present, and that is very difficult to perfuse with sodium bicarbonate
solutions through the vesicle catheter. In this case, the position of a transdermal catheter in the afflicted
urether – that is, a nephrostomy – allows the reaching and the destruction of those masses missed by the
sodium bicarbonate. Vesicle tumours are very sensitive to the action of sodium bicarbonate, which almost
always causes the regression of the masses.

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Prostate tumour

If there has been no surgical operation, it is possible to attempt firstly to treat the neoplasia through urethral
catheters which allow the spreading of the saline solutions inside the prostatic lobes through the ducts. To
this it is possible to associate periglandular infiltrations implementable transrectally by utilising very long
needles of the type used for amniocentesis. Where it is not possible to treat the mass adequately or in the
presence of post-surgical relapse, the administration of sodium bicarbonate to be repeated in cycles of 6-7-8
days per month directly in the pudendal artery generally turns out to be extremely effective.
In the presence of a concomitant invasion of the pelvic cavity, it is possible to adopt the same therapeutic
scheme used for peritoneal carcinosis, that is, by using a small catheter to position inside the abdomen and
close to the mass.
Possible bone metastasis, instead, requires a completely different therapeutic approach, which depends on
both the number and location of the lesions.
If the lesions are not numerous, it is appropriate to program for each one a cycle of targeted radiotherapy,
supported by administrations of 500 cc sodium bicarbonate phleboclyses, to perform after each session with
the purpose of preventing a further germination and spreading of fungin cells.
Each physical treatment that destroys neoplastic matter, in fact, implies the simultaneous destruction of a
quota of the tissues of the host. It is this cellular death that works as both bait and lifesaver for the fungin
cells which manage to survive by nourishing themselves with the decomposing tissues. Radiotherapy, laser
therapy or thermo-ablation generally fail for this reason, as they leave at the periphery of the treated area
those cellular units that are able to vigorously resume the proliferation once the treatment is over. Of this I
am convinced because I have studied in depth the behaviour of the fungin colonies, especially during the first
years of application of my method of therapy. In the presence of epithelial tumours, I even tried to burn them
with instruments that were red hot, and well beyond their dimensions. But it was useless. After just 10-20
minutes, I was observing fungin cells at the periphery of the burn that were more vital than ever.
Pleura tumour

There is no doubt that primary or secondary pleuric neoplasias are amongst the easiest to treat with the
therapy method I propose, as I have observed in almost all the cases the complete regression of the disease
unless in the presence of a previous pleurodesys intervention.
Method: After the positioning of an endopleuric catheter with the ecographic guide and after the drainage of
the existing liquid, administer 150-200 ccs in the cavity for three consecutive days, then on alternative days
for 12 days. From the 15th to the 30th day, administer 100-150 ccs and drain after one hour – this to be
performed one day on and two off.
Normally, after the fourth-fifth day, the hemothorax – if it was present – disappears, and after 10-15 days
(except in some rare cases) it is no longer necessary to aspirate liquids, as the pleura has gone back to
normal. Much attention is to be paid to the medication of the gauzes and of the catheter, as both can become
very dangerous sources of infection and of pleuric empyema – an episode that can occur also in the case
when too elevated dosages of salts are administered.

Tumour of the limbs

There is a great variety of tumours that develop in the upper and lower limbs. The tumours are both primary
and metastatic. Osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcomas, condrosarcomas, and others mainly belong to a juvenile
pathology while the metastatic types concern more adult pathology.
The attempt to destroy them consists in sodium bicarbonate solution at five per cent in doses that are
proportional to the weight of the patient. This is achieved through the application of catheters in the arteries
in the afferent arteries to each limb. All the masses downstream of the application point generally regress
almost completely, even though in some cases the effects of the therapy become visible only three to four
months later when, that is, the tissue re-absorption and reshaping phenomena are almost completed. The only
real problem with this therapy is that the arteries of a young patient are of small cross-section, and that means
that for each administration the solicitations and the stretching of the nerva vasorum produce a steady,
painful symptomatology. The symptoms, however, are temporary, and concern only the period of
administration. Nevertheless this sometimes forces the suspension of the treatment for one or two days.
In the case of bone metastasis, it is possible to obtain an almost complete remission of the painful symptoms
by performing direct percutaneal infiltrations on each lesion. This can be done by leaving a cannula needle in
contact with the bone.

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Brain cancer

All brain tumours both primary and metastatic in general regress or stop growing after the therapy with
sodium bicarbonate at five per cent. For the first cycle the therapy is to be performed for at least six to eight
days because under six days the disease starts again in a relatively short time and often becomes irreversible.
The administration of the solutions takes place through sequential catheterisation of the two internal carotids
and of the Willis’ Circle with 150 cc in each area. In this way the total perfusion of the encephalus is
obtained. The perfusion must always be quantitatively modulated in function of the location of the largest
So, for example, if there is one mass in the right frontal area, it is appropriate to deliver 250 cc of solution in
that anatomic compartment while the remaining 250 cc are subdivided in the other two vascular areas.
During the infusion, the patient is awake and he is actually the person who dictates rhythm and speed,
because the slightest vascular solicitation is sensed immediately.
The therapeutic scheme is based on the dimensions of the masses; the larger they are, the more they need
additional cycles delivered arterially. The dimensional limit of 3-3.5 cm within which a rapid shrinking of the
masses is possible turns out to be a determining factor.
Instead, when masses greater than 4-5 cm have to be treated or in the presence of multiple locations in all
hemispheres it is necessary to increase the numberAMOUNT? and frequency of the cycles of therapy.
An ever-present side effect during the therapy is thirst. A general but momentary sense of pain as well as
tachycardiac events represent the most common symptoms.
In cases where the masses are very large or in the presence of a diffused meningeal carcinosis, after the first
treatment sessions it is possible to observe a loss of mental performance which, although sometimes is acute
and persists for several hours, completely disappears after treatments.

Lung cancer

In general, this neoplasia responds very well to the therapy with sodium bicarbonate five per cent, which is
implemented through arteriographic transcardial catheter positioned in the pertinent pulmonary artery. This
allows the administration of the optimal doses against the mass or masses.
An eight to nine day cycle is sufficient to either or cause the regression of the disease. However, when the
mass is present in the bronchial lumen as well, it is appropriate to program a cycle of at least 4 to 5
bronchoscopies through which it is possible to perculate in the bronchial airway from 30-50 ccs of
bicarbonate solution, to be left in location. Already after the first treatment it is possible to notice a reduction
of the bronchial stinosis and edema with evident improvement in symptoms.
Aside from possible generic symptoms ties to the administration of bicarbonate, the therapy is always well-
tolerated and presents no problem except when the hyper-alkaline environment caused by the infusions
favours the development of some bacterial stock which demands immediate treatment with antibiotics. This
applies especially in heavily debilitated patients.
When the pleura or other organs are involved, anti-tumour therapies that are specific to each anatomical area
must be applied.

Breast cancer

If the cancer is of small dimensions, deep peri-lesion infiltrations may be sufficient. The infiltrations must be
performed after local anaesthesia by associating intravenous phleboclysis For 400-500 ccs on alternate days
for a month. If the mass is large it is also necessary to apply a catheter to the internal mammary artery
through which to infuse the sodium bicarbonate five per cent solutions directly on the neoplasia with six to
seven days cycles.
Aside from a light soreness there are no significant side effects. As can be noted, we are talking about
harmless and quickly effective methodologies that are capable of preventing surgical intervention. These
methods should be always attempted in any case, even when there is doubt as to the final result, since they
give positive responses in a short time without compromising the possibility of other therapeutic approaches.
The issue becomes more complex instead when in the presence of other organs that have been metastasised
and that involve additional therapies of the colonised tissues and that complicate any possible future positive
outcome. In every case – even in the presence of a diffused neoplastic disease the bicarbonate therapy always
attenuates the para-neoplastic painful symptoms, thus increasing both the quantity and the quality of the life
of the patient.
If the patient is uncertain about what to do or if she has a propensity to partial or total surgical intervention, a
backup treatment with sodium bicarbonate administered through phlebo or mouth is always appropriate, as it
is capable of preventing and countering the metastatization of other organs (brain, liver, bones), which is very
frequent with this type of neoplasia.

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Skin cancer and Psoriasis

All skins cancers are always caused by Candida fungus which has adapted itself to metabolising the most
proteinaceous constituents of the epidermis and that therefore only rarely can it be treated with sodium
bicarbonate solutions.
For epithileomas, basaliomas and melanomas, the treatment to choose is iodine solution at seven per cent, as
it is capable of precipitating the proteins of the body of the fungus and destroying them completely in a short
time. If the lesions are fairly small, they must be painted with the solution 10-20-30 times twice a day for five
days and then once for another ten days so that they become very dark. When the eschar is formed and it is
higher than the epidermic plane, it is necessary to continue to paint under and above it, even if at first a
strong pain is sensed.
This very same operation must be repeated for the second eschar that is formed. At this point, the lesion may
be considered destroyed, because after the third cycle it is possible to reach the centre of the neoplasia, where
the colonies try to resist to the last.

In the presence of a tumour of large dimensions, before performing the treatment with iodine solution, it is
necessary to perform a cycle of subcutaneous infiltrations with sodium bicarbonate at five per cent under the
lesion for the purpose of liberating the tissue from the possible invasion of the deep planes and of the basal
lamina. If this is not done, we risk that the fungus, once destroyed at a superficial level, will defend itself by
trespassing into those levels where a conclusive action of the iodine solution is impossible.
In cases where the tumour has invaded a cutaneous-mucous transitional zone like the anus, eyelids, vagina or
mouth, it is necessary to perform a preliminary treatment of the mucous area with bicarbonate and then, after
the elimination of the colonies existing there, proceed to treat the cutis with iodine solution.
It is appropriate to highlight that the same type of therapy is to be applied also to psoriasis and to the known
fungin afflictions.

In fact, the difference between cutaneous mycosis, psoriases and tumours consists only of a variation of
aggressiveness and thus of depth of rooting, since the causal agent is always the same: a fungus. Sometimes
for the therapy, other corrosive salts can be used in function of the location in the body. What is certain is
that dermal ointments and lotions are effective only rarely.


Has dr.Simoncini more specialisation in medicine?

Yes, he is surgeon, specialised in oncology, diabetology and in metabolic disorders. More over he is also
Philosopher Doctor.

How can we get in contact with him?


Is he the only one who applies the bicarbonate therapy?

It occurs more and more that other physicians and oncologists apply his therapy.

Why is this therapy not applied in the regular health care?

The regular health care presents to work only with scientific proved medicines and therapies and is
suspicious about new therapies.
Why did he not publish in scientific magazines?
He has always been crossed by official authorities. Moreover many articles have been published in the press
about his therapy. Now a series of cases in his clinic must prove that his therapy works.

Is there no way that you could use this evidence to put pressure on the establishment to
take your work more seriously?
No, because it is necessary to demonstrate one’s results with many hundreds of fully documented cases. This
is not possible unless you work in a cancer clinic.

What has Dr. Simoncini done to make his work public (besides to send his work at the
Italian Ministry of Health)?
He send his article to many scientific magazines he has been present to many congresses, he.has taken up
contact with oncologists institutes (national and international) also with the national cancer institute of
The problem is that everybody wants to get proofs and people only take new ideas seriously if there is
evidence of clinical cases.
Therefore he always makes reports of all patients who have been treated with bicarbonate in order to collect
so much well documented cases as possible.

Does Dr. Simoncini collaborate with other doctors?

Yes, he collaborates very much with doctors inside and outside Italy.

Are the sodium bicarbonate-solutions available only at the hospitals?

The bottles for infusions are only available at the pharmacies. Sodium Bicarbonate powder is available in any
drugstores, supermarkets and pharmacy.

Is the therapy expensive?

Absolutely not, the expenses are only a fraction of the expenses of the regular methods of treatment.

Is it possible for a person to apply the therapy himself at home?

If the cancer is limited within the organ’s (not infiltrated into the confined tissue) it is possible to apply the
therapy by himself. Examples are: Oral cavity, oesophagus, stomach, intestine rectum. This is also possible
in case of skin cancer like melanoma or in case of psoriasis. The supervision of a doctor is indicated. For
other type of cancer the involvement of a doctor is mandatory...

Is it possible to combine this therapy with another alternative therapy?

This depends on what kind of therapies is referring to. In generally I advice to apply other alternative
therapies, but not at the same time with the Sodium Bicarbonate.

And can it be combined with traditional therapies as chemo and radiation treatment?
Yes, it has been applied in several oncologists’ centres already.

Is the therapy with the bicarbonate effective against all sorts of tumours?
Yes almost all kind of tumours are good treatable. In order to achieve the most detrimental effect on the
tumours, the sodium bicarbonate must be put in direct contact with the damaged tissue. It is also possible to
put specific catheters (port-a-cath) in the arteries that run to the different conventional endoscope methods.
Furthermore there can be used clysters, drip infusions, irrigations and infiltrations at the places where the
tumour has grown.
You said almost so there are also tumours not responding quite well to this therapy?
The essential basic of this therapy is to bring the Sodium Bicarbonate as close as possible to the tumor. In
case of bone tumours (pelvis, ribs etc etc..) this is not quite possible. So I advice to use the sodium
bicarbonate associated to the radio therapy.

And what about the Leukaemia?

Leukaemia is not always due to a fungine infection, so that's why it is difficult to cure it.
Moreover leukaemia can be a reaction to a fungine mass, whose localisation is unknown.
For this reasons the best choice is to administer sodium bicarbonate, alone or in combination; 500 ml 5% 6
days on 6 days off for 4 cycles, 2-3 weeks break, then repeat the whole treatment.

How successful is this therapy?

If the fungus are sensible to the sodium bicarbonate solutions and the tumour is smaller than 3 cm, the
percentage will be around the 90% , for terminal cases in which the patients is in reasonable good conditions
is 50% and for terminals patients just a small percentage.

How long does it last before the tumours regresses?

Approximately 30-45 days.

How long does the therapy last?

A few months.

Why in your treatment's protocol you advice the patients to stop with the IV (intra vein)
infusions for 6 days?
Because the patients have time to drain the sodium bicarbonate from the circulation.

Are there side effects of the bicarbonate therapy?

Very few. Some people feel a bit thirsty and suffer from a temporary tiredness.

Has the bicarbonate the effect that it causes the PH to get in balance?
No, the PH is not the main factor; the true is that the Sodium bicarbonate only kills the fungus.

May children also follow this therapy?

Certainly, because it is quite safe, this therapy is also applicable in paediatric oncology, provided the dosage
is adjusted and revised according to the weight and age of the infant, as well as the type of neoplastic

Why do you have such a hard criticism to the regular oncology?

It is an obligatory step that does not arise from revenge, rancour or other lower emotions, but from the
rational necessity to make mankind gain insight.
Only clear, accurate and true messages can stimulate the awaking of the placid, conformist souls. Friendlier
and more charitable wordings could indeed be used, but in that case the result would be that we would delay,
for a hundred years, that which we have achieved so far.
It is a thousand pities that moral obligations and spiritual motives exist, that are not easily compatible with
the calm mediocrity of a work-shy existence.
Those good, decent gentlemen, physicians or no physicians, who resist against vigorous and accurate
language, show in fact by their attitude alone that they belong to the ‘’blessed herd’’.
Of a complete different tone, however, are the standpoints of those who, from their pure and authentic inner
selves, support me unconditionally, because they recognise the will in themselves to live for 100% in spite of
every gag and lie.

Can you treat skin tumours also with bicarbonate?

No, therefore you have to use iodine.

Is the therapy also applicable to the Kahler's disease?

Sodium Bicarbonate is not effective in the thoracic localizations of a leukosis (Kahler's disease). Local
infiltrations can be performed in case of strong pain

Would it be useful to prevent the fungus (candida) or to eliminate them by a special diet
or by a preventive bicarbonate cure? Could one do this also orally?
One can do everything preventively, but I advise that bicarbonate should not be taken as a prevent therapy;
otherwise the fungus itself may become resistant.

Could you please explain how to treat lipomas?

In my opinion lipomas are like cystis caused by fungi. If they are big they are to be treated with direct
injections into the lumps, otherwise around them.

In case the cervical cancer has confined to the pelvic area, what should be the
If the cervical cancer is gone beyond the uterus, must be treated directly in the pelvis by locating a
transabdominal catheter from where Sodium Bicarbonate can be administered. Moreover it should treted with
douching of Sodium Bicarbonate in the uterus.

If candida really is the culprit, what can one do to avoid cancer?

One should have a healthy lifestyle, good (biological) food take as few medicine as possible, take exercises
and give much attention to chronicle symptoms.

What do you think about the surgery, radiotheraphy, laser theraphy en thermo-
Each physical treatment that destroys neoplastic matter, in fact, implies the simultaneous destruction of a
quota of the tissues of the host. It is this cellular death that works as both bait and lifesaver for the fungin
cells which manage to survive by nourishing themselves with the decomposing tissues. Radiotherapy, laser
therapy, or thermo-ablation generally fails for this reason, as they leave those cellular units that are able to
vigorously resume the proliferation once the treatment is over at the periphery of the treated area.

In which cases you will consider the use of surgery ?

Although in a limited way, surgery can in some cases be very useful, especially where the dimensions of a
tumor do not ensure a sufficient perfusion of saline solutions. This is the case, for example, of intestinal
neoplasias that are difficult to reach with endoscopic catheters. It is the case for all testicular tumors,
themselves resectable before metastatization occurs because of their position which is located at the extreme
end of the anatomical vascular and spermatic structures. Possible auto transplants with marrow “washed” in
bicarbonate, tumors of excessive dimensions requiring a drastic preliminary reduction of their mass
(peritoneal, pleural, skin tumors and others) can also need surgical intervention. In all cases it is wise to
highlight the need always to administer sodium bicarbonate solutions, before and after the operation, as they
prevent new germinations of fungi and thus the formation of metastases. I am convinced, for example, that a
resection intestinal intervention for neoplasia combined with infusions of sodium bicarbonate would succeed
in almost all cases, as local or remote relapses could not occur.

And radiotheraphy?
My experience has taught me that radiotherapy, whether it is used as the first treatment option, or later in the
progression of the disease, very rarely brings positive lasting results. This is with the exception of some
tumors – for example, in bones or lymph nodes – that can actually benefit from this treatment. In these cases,
especially when there is circumscribed localization in bones, radiotherapy always turns out to be a useful and
fast weapon when associated with the simultaneous administration of bicarbonates and drugs that protect
bony tissue.

What about chemotheraphy?

Chemotherapy, in fact, destroys everything. It is a given fact that it dramatically exhausts the cells of the
marrow and of the blood, thus allowing a greater spreading of the infection. It irreversibly intoxicates the
liver, thus preventing it from building new elements of defense, and it mercilessly knock out nerve cells, thus
weakening the organism’s reactive capabilities and delivering it to the invaders. This is mainly because it not
clear how it affects the colonies, and because by strongly debilitating the organism such intervention makes
the invasion of the mycetes faster and more ferocious.

If somebody suffers vaginal candidosis, is there a risk that the illness could degenerate
in cancer?
This risk is real.

It is possible to cure vaginal candidosis with your therapy?

To uproot persistent gynaecological fungal infections one should do a douche every day with two litres of
pure water (that has been boiled) containing two dissolved tablespoons of bicarbonate. This should be kept
up for two months, stopping only during one’s period. Candida is very persistent and it takes a long time to
kill an infection.

Breast Cancer is an important issue at the moment. It is mandatory to put a port-a-cath

in the breast arterial or there are others methods?
In a woman is the breast arterial quite small, therefore I prefer an other method which gives very satisfactory
results. Usually local perfusions with sodium bicarbonate are effective in breast cancer. If the size of the
lump is less than 3 cm, it can completely shrink after a cycle of 6 injections. The treatment has to be repeated
if the lumps are bigger 4-5 cm. After the local treatment it is necessary the intravenously administration of
500 ml 5% sodium bicarbonate, 6 days on 6 days off for 4 cycles.

If cancer is no question of genetics, as you claim, then a preventive breast amputation

(in the case of increases risk in the family) will be needless?
Precisely, complete needless.

If a patient recover completely from cancer after the theraphy with the Sodium
Bicarbonate, it Is possible that the cancer will come back ?
All my recovered patients (and are many) have not relapse. If you consider that I have treated with success
patients 20 years ago, we can assume that once the fungus has been destroyed by the Sodium Bicarbonate it
won't come back again.
Is it difficult to show in a laboratory that tumours decrease through bicarbonate?
No, there exist a hundred tests that demonstrate this phenomenon, but in a wrong manner. One attributes at
bicarbonate an anti tumour effect because of its alkalinising qualities, but the bicarbonate is effective because
he eliminates the fungus. The other products (alkalinising matters) don’t work (or very little) against the

Can you apply the bicarbonate therapy if suffering of high blood pressure?
There is no problem.

Is this treatment is also possible with animals?

Yes using the same treatment protocol as for the Pediatric oncology:
10 Kg /100 cc sodium bicarbonate
20 kg /150 cc sodium bicarbonate
30 Kg / 250 cc sodium bicarbonate
40 Kg / 350 cc sodium bicarbonate
50 Kg / 400 cc sodium bicarbonate
50kg and above 500cc sodium bicarbonate

Is bicarbonate the same as cooking salt?

The sodium bicarbonate is not the same as sodium chloride (cooking salt). Sodium chloride has no direct
effect on the fungus, what we can see quite clear by the treatment of the oral and vaginal candidosis.

If I don’t get support of my general practitioner, oncologist or internist for this therapy,
to whom should I turn for support when I want to get this therapy?
It is indeed difficult, but we have still to try and one must do everything possible in order to get the treatment.

What do I have to say to my internist to convince him that I want to follow the
bicarbonate therapy?
The therapy can be done before and/or after a chemo or radiation treatment. Ask him to let you follow the
therapy with the Sodium Bicarbonate according to the Dr.Simoncini protocol, depending on the type of
cancer, location, size etc tec. The therapy will approximately take 8 weeks. After this period an examination
should be performed. Cat scan, MRI, echo etc. The results will be either supporting the therapy or not. This
therapy is totally safe and cheap and can be followed also as a supplementary therapy. If the doctor will not
go along with your request than ask him to respect the will of the suffering patient.