The method developed by Louis-Claude VINCENT, which has been proven for more than forty years and tested on more than 60,000 cases, shows that certain physico-chemical parameters: pH (acidity), rH2 (potential of oxido-reduction) and resistivity (quantity of dissolved mineral salts) measured in the blood, the saliva and the urine, have characteristic values for each human illness. Cancers take hold when blood shows a drift toward a greater and greater alkalinity and becomes more and more oxidized. In marking out this drift at its start, this measurement provides a complementary technique of early detection and screening.
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