Ronald Reagan ’s Secret Cancer Cure

There’s no faster way to purify your body of viruses, bacteria and fungi — and at the same time ramp up your immune system — than a 125-year-old “cure” banned by the FDA. I’m talking about ozone therapy — and it’s not just good for cleansing your body. You see, ozone — a special “energized” kind of oxygen — can help heal almost any condition. Despite being banned by the FDA back in the 1940s, after more than 60 years of successful use, ozone therapy has saved millions of lives in countries where it has become a commonplace medical treatment. In countries like Germany, Italy, France, Canada, and Russia, ozone therapy has become commonplace in hospitals and clinics as a treatment for dozens of issues as simple as eczema and as complex as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, depression, Alzheimer’s and poisoning. It’s one of the safest medical therapies ever devised. It’s highly effective and free of side effects. It’s also why the late-President Ronald Reagan went to Germany to get ozone therapy for his cancer. He died over a decade later of pneumonia — not cancer — at age 93. No wonder the FDA and Big Pharma have been trying to stamp it out for the past 80 years. It’s natural, inexpensive and can’t be patented. And it outperforms their expensive drugs. The global pharmaceutical industry is worth more than $300 billion a year — and anything that threaten...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Health Source Type: news

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Source: Expert Review of Anti-Infective Therapy - Category: Infectious Diseases Tags: Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther Source Type: research
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