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Cesium Chloride Cancer Cure and Treatment 



Cesium is a naturally occurring element and, to be specific, an alkaline metal. When chemically combined with chlorine, it forms a salt known as cesium chloride with the formula CsCL. It is the most alkaline mineral in nature. The use of CsCL as a curative medicine dates back to the late 1800s.

Development of Cesium Chloride as Cancer Treatment

By the end of the 1970s isotope and mass spectrographic research had demonstrated that tumor cells show a preference for the absorption of some alkaline minerals such as rubidium, potassium and especially cesium. It was also discovered that certain antioxidants such as Zinc and vitamin C promoted the absorption of these alkaline minerals by the cancerous cells. A membrane surrounds a normal cell, whose job it is to determine which materials flow in and out. Nutrients and oxygen come into the cell and the waste materials flow out. When toxins from the environment become too great for the immune system, the entire process is degraded. The "traffic cop" cell membrane is the first to be affected, as it loses its capacity to allow oxygen in. The cell must then resort to fermentation which is a primitive survival mode. This is a cancer cell which cannot be restored. It is now beyond control and must be destroyed as soon as possible.

First Use of Cesium Chloride

The first documented use of this alkaline mineral for treating cancer was in 1984 by Dr. Keith Brewer, PhD (physics) and H. E. Satori. They used cesium chloride to treat 30 patients having different forms of cancer. All 30 of the patients survived.


It is known that cesium changes cancer cells in two ways. First, it impedes the cellular absorption of glucose (sugar) causing the cancer cell to starve by reducing fermentation. Secondly, it elevates the pH of the cell to approximately 8.0 which is quite alkaline. This brings about a neutralization of the lactic acid and puts an end to pain within 12 to 24 hours. A pH of 8.0 proves to be deadly for a cancer cell causing it to die within a few days where upon it is consumed by the immune system and eliminated from the body.

Another theory regarding the mechanism of cesium chloride is that it kills tumor cells because they are anaerobic (do not use oxygen) and normal cells are aerobic. Cells which are anaerobic need much more glucose than normal cells. In an effort to provide more glucose to the cancer cell, the cell wall potassium-sodium pumps must operate 20 times faster pumping more potassium into the cell and more sodium out. Cesium mimics potassium so the pump brings a large amount of cesium into the cell. Once the cesium is inside the cell it can't get out because it blocks the potassium channels through which potassium normally exits. Cesium then kills the cell by unknown mechanisms.

How Effective Is Cesium Chloride?

There is no evidence that would lead us to believe cesium chloride is less effective in some cancers and more effective in others.

From April 1981 until February 1984, 50 cancer patients were treated with cesium chloride at the Life Science Universal Medical Center Clinics in Rockville, Maryland and in Washington, DC. In addition, they were put on a special diet. All of the patients were experiencing generalized metastasis and were considered terminal. 47 of the patients had undergone a maximum amount of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery prior to beginning the treatment. Three of the patients were in a coma. 14 of the patients had shown no response to previous attempts at treating their cancer.

The diet avoided animal foods such as meat and dairy and consisted mostly of vegetables and whole grains. Cesium chloride was administered daily in doses of 6 to 9 grams depending on each individual case and was divided into three equal doses. It should be noted that this dosage is now thought to be unnecessarily high. The patients were also given vitamin A (100,000 to 300,000 units), selenium (600 to 1200 mcg), Laetrile (1500 mg), vitamin C (4 to 30 g), Zinc (80 to 100 mg), vitamin K, magnesium salts, EDTA as a chelating agent, dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) and other supplements based on individual need.

It should be noted that these auxiliary supplements could also have profoundly affected the regression and cure of the cancers. It should also be known that Laetrile in a dose of 1500 mg is very small as the current suggested therapeutic dose is 6000 mg given intravenously.

All 50 patients exhibited tumor mass reduction in only 48 hours. Regarding the 17 previously nonresponsive and comatose patients, 12 died from cancer complications especially the effects of chemotherapy and radiation. One of the breast cancer patients previously in a coma recovered so quickly that after five days she attempted to get out of bed. When she did so, she fell and broke a cervical vertebra which led to her death in another eight days. A tumor had destroyed her femur which caused her to fall. 25 of the patients survived from eight months to three years and three months which is significant given their prognosis prior to the treatment was only weeks to live. One of the most outstanding results of the treatment was the removal of pain in every patient within one to three days after beginning cesium treatment.


Cesium chloride supplements can be purchased in pill form online and at some health food stores. Using cesium chloride and eating an alkaline diet can cause the depletion of potassium. Thus it may be necessary to take potassium supplements. Most of these provide 100 mg of potassium while one banana provides 500 mg of potassium. Practitioners who propose cesium chloride treatment recommend a dosage of 1 to 6 grams daily with most persons taking 3 grams each day with food.

Side Effects to Consider with Cesium Chloride

Cesium chloride is not considered to be toxic. There are a few instances were cesium chloride has been associated with a rapid and irregular heartbeat known as ventricular tachycardia. This condition can lead to sudden death. Another side effect occurring in a small number of instances is nausea. This occurs more frequently at a daily dose of 6 grams. Based on animal studies, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding should avoid taking cesium chloride.

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