Many wonder why do tumor markers increase during the early stages of a natural cancer program. It’s common that when you start on a natural cancer program, cancer markers become temporarily elevated. This often scares both the person with cancer and his or her doctor. However, elevated cancer markers are a good sign for the following reasons:
  1. The malignant tumor mass debris consists, in part, of cancer marker components. Most of this cancer marker material has been held in the tissue surrounding the malignant tumor mass. This material usually increases when malignant tumor masses continue to develop. Upon starting the Budwig Program, cancer markers are released into the bloodstream. This causes a high volume of cancer marker material to appear in the blood temporarily. Because of this, it is the most misinterpreted part of a natural cancer program.
  2. Often the malignant tumor masses continue to grow before one’s normal metabolic function can take over. With tumors, we need to understand that both the mother and daughter cells grow together. That could mean that for a short period the tumor will get bigger before it gets smaller. Once the mother cells die off, then the tumor will shrink.

 

Tumor Markers – Our Recommendations

So, if you are told that your tumor markers have increased, do not fear. If you would like some support or advice on this on any other health issue, feel free to contact us.

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