Oxygen to fight cancer and other diseases
(The Philippine Star) - January 26, 2016 - 12:00am

 MANILA, Philippines - Unlike healthy human cells that thrive on oxygen, disease-causing viruses and bacteria  including cancer cells, arthritis microbes, colds and flu that are mostly anaerobic  cannot survive in high oxygen concentrations. When exposed repeatedly to ozone therapies that introduce pure oxygen slowly into the body, these harmful cells die. At the same time, the special form of oxygen stimulates the immune system to fight back.

This is the surprisingly simple logic behind the ozone treatments being offered by Dr. Linda Enriquez of The Healthy Life clinic in Bonifacio Global City. Patients with knee and shoulder pains and tennis elbows have happily benefitted from her treatments that fight inflammation as well as allow damaged cartilages to regenerate.

Cancer patients, many of whom have been greatly disappointed by chemotherapy, radiation, and other traditional treatments, are also among those seeking ozone therapy which European doctors have used for over 50 years. The physician who received formal training at The Hospital of St. Raphael, an affiliate training hospital of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut and was later an assistant clinical professor at Yale University School of Medicine in the US, nevertheless, points out that the US Food and Drug Administration has taken no effort to evaluate the therapy despite the lack of evidence proving ozone treatments to be harmful.

Enriquez’s interest in ozone and alternative forms of medicine began when her husband Cris, a member of the American College of Cardiology and a distinguished fellow of the American Academy of Cardiology who trained in Yale, suffered heart problems, necessitating a heart bypass. His recuperation was painful, with every cough punctuated with pain. At the same time, there was no assurance his life would return to normal, given scientific reports that bypass survivors are subject to a high incidence of heart failure and could need a second operation in a few years’ time. This led the couple to look into pioneering forms of medicine offering a wholistic, integrative approach.

In her course of work as a radiologist in the US, Enriquez recalls dealing with cancer patients who seemed only to get weaker and emaciated after radiation.

When the couple settled back to the Philippines in 2010, she introduced ozone therapy in conjunction with other non-traditional modalities.

The latter includes chelation therapy or the use of intravenous infusions of vitamins and minerals to rid the body of harmful toxins and ondamed or the use of magnetic frequencies to restore the balance of energy in the cells. Enriquez’s menu of treatments also paid special attention to a patient’s diet, particularly food sensitivities that can lower the immune system or a predisposition to sugar which stimulates cancer cells. Soon after, she began seeing positive results in cancer and other patients

Enriquez explains that in earlier,  non-polluted eras, the body fought back viruses, bacteria, and fungi by naturally oxidizing away the microbes.  But in this era of air and chemical pollution, the body’s survival mechanisms have been greatly impaired.

She explains: “Our treatments deal with the root of the problem — body systems that have been impaired and which we strengthen to fight back.”

 

ACIRC AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CARDIOLOGY AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY DR. LINDA ENRIQUEZ OF THE DRUG ADMINISTRATION ENRIQUEZ HOSPITAL OF ST. RAPHAEL NBSP NEW HAVEN YALE UNIVERSITY
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