Exposing Cancer with a Nagalase blood test

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Exposing Cancer with a Nagalase blood test

A  Nagalase blood test can be very helpful in early detection and prolonged monitoring of cancer treatment progress.

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Detect cancer with Nagalase blood test

To survive and keep producing energy, cancer cells must switch over to glycolysis alone as the source of their energy.

At exactly the same time as fermentation starts, the now sickened, dysfunctional cells must also start protecting themselves from the immune system.  They do this by producing a protective enzyme called alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase or Nagalase for short.

The Nagalase enzyme has the ability to completely shut down the activity of the localized immune macrophage cell, whose job it is to destroy any cell that has been harmed or is not functioning normally.  It effectively “cloaks” the cancer cells from detection by the immune system.  This is the reason that someone can have a strong functioning immune system and still be growing a tumor.  The Nagalase blood test is a good way to check the progress of treatment.

For more information on alternative cancer therapies go to Reno Integrative Medical Center website.

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Dr. Bob Eslinger at Reno Integrative Medical Center in Reno, Nevada

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