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Lymphoedema and Ozone therapy

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Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 12:38:46 -0000
From: "RichBarnes" loneridr01@...
Subject: Lymphoedema

Hi Dr Pressman,

I have a dear friend with the cancer retroperitoneal liposarcoma (abdomen). Convention medicine has pretty much given up on my friend, as the tumor is very large and encroaching on vital organs. We have been using supplements that have been successful for a patient (and friend) in England, and believe progress is being made.

My friend also is drinking 4-5 glasses of ozone water a day.

The problem we have is that my friend now has Lymphoedema. Her feet, ankles, legs, and now her belly are about 3 times normal, due to water retention. It is very painful for her to walk.

A few months back, I believe I remember your speaking about vaginal ozone insufflation and how it stimulates the lymph system. Well, my friend tried that and lo and behold she had a discharge of about 1/2 cup of water, which we are hoping (and praying) is some of the excess water retention.

My question is: Are we correct in this assumption and do you know any way to "shock" my friend's lymph system back to normal using ozone (or whatever), or perhaps create a larger water discharge?

Thank you so much for your help.

Richard Barnes

P.S. I am also interested in purchasing your book on ozone. Can you direct me to an online site?


Dear Richard,

If the lady does vaginal insufflation for 30 minutes every day, the fluid will drain from her abdomen over the course of two weeks.

We have a very similar case currently in South Africa, and the doctor has been amazed that that lady has drained the ascites and shrunken her tumors with daily vaginal insufflation.

I am sending my book "The Story of Ozone" by email.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman
http://www.plasmafire.com

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