Treatment with the combined CT protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined CT protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water per day, divided into 8 intakes.
Start with 2ml of CDS in a glass of water every hour, 8 times a day.
From the second day increase by 1ml the dose and take every 2 hours, 4 times a day until completing the week.
Keep the 7ml every 2 hours for 5 weeks.
Continue with 3ml every hour until full recovery.
Tips on the combined CT protocol
Apply the T protocol in critical states, for children adapt the dose to body weight.
- Babies up to 5 kilos 3 ml of CDS a day in 150 ml of water distributed in 10 intakes (can be mixed with milk).
- Children up to 15 kilos 6 ml of CDS a day in 10 shots.
- Up to 30 kilos 8 ml of CDS a day in 10 shots.
- Children and adolescents between 40 and 60 kilos 12 ml of CDS a day in 10 shots.
- From 60 Kilos can take the dose as adults.
Definition of diseases treated with combined CT protocol
Term that refers to blood cancer, originates in the soft tissue of the bone marrow, leukemia prevents the production of red, white and platelet blood cells that when decreasing in blood can give serious symptoms.
Depending on the formation of lymphocytes or affects the production of red blood cells and platelets there may be 4 types of leukemia;
- Acute lymphoblastic (ALL)
- Acute myeloid (AML)
- Chronic lymphocytic (CLL)
- Chronic myeloid (CML)
The disease has the same trigger, a bone marrow cell mutates and becomes carcinogenic, causing more cells to mutate.
Cancer can enter the bloodstream and lymphatic system, aggravating the patient's condition.
- Weight loss
- Shortness of breath
- Red dots under the skin
- Knee or hip pains
- Skin bruises for no reason
- Wounds that do not heal and bleed
- Feeling of heaviness on the left side of the abdomen
A complete blood test to check blood cell, white blood cell, and platelet levels is used to determine if there is leukemia, then a biopsy is done on the medulla to confirm.
The number of annual deaths from leukemia in Spain exceeds 3000 cases.