In May 2017, Brigitte was dying in Strasbourg, France.

She had been suffering for over two years from uterine sarcoma, a rare and very aggressive form of cancer, because it had already metastasized from the uterus in the lungs upon diagnosis. She is an independent woman with no notable medical history. In 2015, her cancer was treated with chemotherapy (Adriamycin, Cisplatin, Ifosfamide). The tumor regresses then disappears, but unfortunately reappears a few months later. A new chemotherapy with Yondélis was started in early 2016). Her husband (a professor of physics at the university of her home town) ,supplemented the treatment with lipoic acid, 800 mg (morning and evening) of hydroxycitrate 500 mg (morning, noon and evening) of vitamin E 100 mg /day and vitamin C 1gr /day, as well as exercise and hypnosis. The disease was stabilized for a few months and the pulmonary metastases were sterilized by precision radiotherapy.

I knew Brigitte and her husband. I had met her husband on a thesis jury of one my PhD student at the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau near Paris. So I know the truth of this story. Although, a small cancer may not progress for years; but carcinomatous meningitis spreads and kills fast.

 

In May 2017, a meningeal recurrence was discovered and Valérie was suffering from severe headaches, vomiting and stiff neck.

Faced with this intracranial hypertension, the diagnosis of carcinomatous meningitis was suggested and confirmed by MRI. A lumbar puncture also confirmed the presence of cancer cells in the cerebrospinal fluid. Though the treatment with cortisone relieved the pain, the physician had warned the patient and her husband that she had a few weeks to live. Valérie and her husband refused chemotherapy in 2017, which they knew was ineffective in cancerous meningitis.

However, upon leaving the hospital and returning home, they supplemented the treatment with lipoic acid and hydroxycitrate with chlorine dioxide which they purchased over the internet. Chlorine dioxide is an unstable molecule. It must therefore be prepared before drinking in a glass of water. Chlorine dioxide is made by mixing calcium hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid Its yellow coloration and strong smell of swimming pool are signs of the chemical reaction. Valérie first ingested one drop diluted in water five times a day and then increases the dose to four drops five times a day. At the same time, her husband rubs her back, in the evening with 12 drops of chlorine dioxide diluted in 24 drops of DMSO. DMSO is a solvent ( also bought on internet) which enables the chlorine dioxide to reach the brain without being ingested.

The headaches disappeared in a few days, she regained her strength. Five years later, she is doing well and working. Her oncologist is incredulous.
I knew Brigitte and her husband. I had met her husband on a thesis jury of one my PhD student at the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau near Paris. So I know the truth of this story. Although, a small cancer may not progress for years; but carcinomatous meningitis spreads and kills fast. 

In May 2017, Valérie will die in Strasbourg. She has suffered for over two years from uterine sarcoma, a rare but very aggressive form of cancer because it metastasizes to the lungs upon diagnosis. She is an independent woman with no notable history. In 2015, her cancer was treated with chemotherapy (Adriamycin, Cisplatin, Ifosfamide). The tumor regresses then disappears but unfortunately reappears a few months later. A new chemotherapy with Yondélis is started. Her husband is a professor of physics at the university and supplements the treatment with lipoic acid, 800 mg (morning and evening) of hydroxycitrate 500 mg (morning, noon and evening) of vitamin E 100 mg / d of the vitamin C 1gr / D, walking and hypnosis. The disease is stabilized for a while and the pulmonary metastases are sterilized by precision radiotherapy.

In May 2017 (so there are more than four years), new meningeal recurrence this time. Valérie suffers from severe headaches. She vomits, her neck is stiff. Faced with this picture of intracranial hypertension, the diagnosis of carcinomatous meningitis is suggested, then confirmed on MRI examination. A lumbar puncture also confirms the presence of cancer cells in the cerebrospinal fluid. Treatment with cortisone relieves the patient. The doctor is talking about a few weeks. Valérie and her husband refuse chemotherapy, which they know is ineffective in cancerous meningitis. They are leaving the hospital to go home.


They supplement the treatment with lipoic acid and hydroxycitrate with chlorine dioxide and DMSO which they buy on the internet. Chlorine dioxide is an unstable molecule. It must therefore be prepared before being drunk in a glass of water. Chlorine dioxide is made by mixing calcium hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid. A yellow coloration and a strong smell of swimming pool signs the chemical reaction. Valérie first ingests a drop diluted in water five times a day and then increases the dose to 4 drops 5 times a day. At the same time, her husband rubs her in the evening with twelve drops of chlorine dioxide diluted in 24 drops of DMSO.


The headaches disappear in a few days, she regains her strength. Four years later, she is doing well and working. Her oncologist is incredulous.
I knew Valérie and her husband, whom I had met on a thesis jury at the Ecole Polytechnique. So I know the truth of this story. Of course, a small cancer may not progress for years; but carcinomatous meningitis certainly not.

  

Francine suffers from an aggressive skin cancer called melanoma.

This cancer has thrived. She was operated upon in 2016 and the cancer relapsed six months later. Abdominal bleeding was caused by interferon immunotheray with Nivolumab, which was equally ineffective and toxic.. Radiation therapy to the multiple skin metastases did not sterilize the lesions. In 2020, treatment with chemotherapy (Deticene) did not work. In February 2021, a new immunotherapy (Keytruda) was tried without result. In June 2021, Francine's left leg was lined with oozing and infected skin metastases. To find out if an amputation can save Francine, her doctor ordered a PET scan. Skin metastases bind radioactive sugar, and lymph node metastasis in the fold of the groin appeared. Amputation was therefore contraindicated, palliative care was recommended. She was told to return home and await death. Francine is fortunate to be followed by the same family doctor as Valérie and therefore receives the same treatment, namely :

  • Lipoic acid 800 mg morning and evening
  • Hydroxycitrate 500 mg morning noon and evening
  • Chlorine dioxide 4 drops every three hours (i.e. five times per day)
  • DMSO 24 drops with 12 drops of chlorine dioxide in friction at bed time

Within a few days, the masses began to regress. They stoped oozing. The patient became hopeful about this treatment.
A new PET scan confirmed remission three months laterTen months later she lives a normal life.

Figure 1 : PET-scan of Francine at three months interval showing tumor regression.

 Francine PET scan showing Tumor regression

 

Anis is a Tunisian physician, his wife is a psychiatrist. In May 2021, he presented a spatio-temporal disorientation. He no longer knows where he is and what date it is. His wife had him consulted and hospitalized in a famous Parisian hospital. A CT scan shows two brain lesions that obstruct the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. The lesions were biopsied and show glioblastoma, a very aggressive form of brain tumor. The flow of cerebrospinal fluid is diverted to avoid intracranial hypertension. The patient remains confused and although he is in Paris, he thinks he is at a beach in Tunisia. His doctor offered a combination of radiation and chemotherapy and warned his wife that her husband's days are numbered.

His wife refuses administration of any chemotherapy and radiotherapy, due to her belief that these treatments have low efficiency. Survival from glioblastoma is usually a few months. They return to Tunisia, begin treatment with lipoic acid, hydroxycitrate, chlorine dioxide and DMSO. As they are worried they double the doses of each ingredient and the patient's condition improves. Back home, he becomes oriented again, recognizes his family and his city. He gradually regains his intellectual capacities, but remains very tired.

At the blood test, we note: anemia, a decrease in white blood cells and platelets. The hair falls out. These are the same side effects, ( hair loss decreased blood count) as those induced by cancer chemotherapy. The doses are lowered to the same level than the previous two patients and the side effects wear off. Four months later, he is swimming better and driving his car. Caution is required of course, but this is not the relentless course of glioblastoma. Unfortunately, the cancer relapsed six months after diagnosis and he died of local recurrence. The reason I mention this last case is for the reader to grasp the extreme difficulty facing the patient. On one hand the dire prognosis of a disease on the other hand an unproven alternative.

 

These are not isolated cases. The Internet is buzzing with cases of cancer patients treated with chlorine dioxide, methylene blue and/or artemisinin. Patients claim a favorable effect. They do not give accurate description of their medical history. As of today, it is impossible to claim success. But hope is here.

Other patients tell amazing stories. A woman in her sixties who is not suffering from cancer, but is on a ketogenic diet (that is to say no longer consuming sugar, but rather easting lipids) sees her white hair return to its original dark colors. Another women, who has been in menopause for ten years, is having a hormonal cycle again. Other patients who treat themselves with lipoic acid, hydroxycitrate and methylene blue report feeling rejuvenated. Signs of prostatism or anxiety attacks subside. Today, these are anecdotal cases. But, we, the scientists, believe that we would understand these miracles shortly.