GASTON NAESSENS, M.D., 1950s

 

Naessens’ injections of nitrogen-rich camphor and organic salts, directly into the lymphatic system, were said to have produced positive results in treating leukemia.

Additional research should be carried out, in order to obtain the most definitive results.

Working Summary: One would not expect that nitrogen alone could accomplish so much. No nutritional changes were made in the diet. Naessens’ theory was that additional nitrogen would strengthen the body to overcome the cancer.

Dr. Naessens was a Frenchman who, in the 1950s, developed a treatment for leukemia. He called it Anablast. His treatment angered certain French government agencies, and he was forced to leave. Settling first in Corsica, and then in French Quebec, Canada, he developed a microscope that was said to have a much better resolution than regular microscopes. Like Rife and Gregory, using it, Naessens made some unusual discoveries.

He claimed to have found “somatids” or “elementary particles endowed with movement and possessing a variable life cycle of many forms.”Rife had also found that some very small life forms could change shape, in accordance with healthful or unhealthful conditions in the body. (See the section,later in this book, entitled Pleomorphisms.)

But Naessens went a step further: He claimed that the change began when inanimate particles were transformed into living cells. This, of course, could not be true. Louis Pasteur had disproved the theory of “spontaneous generation” decades earlier. “Only life from life” is a truism which will never be violated. All living forms come from living forms, which ultimately came from God at Creation.

Naessens eventually produced a chemical compound, consisting of camphor and nitrogen.He said that, when this was injected into the lymph system of cancer patents, it would bring nitrogen to cancer cells—thus eliminating them.

His treatment, which Naessens calls 714X,consists of three consecutive series of 21 days of injections of nitrogen-rich camphor and organic salts directly into the lymphatic system.

Naessens says he developed it when he observed that cancer cells require and use up a lot of nitrogen, often stealing it from healthy cells. In order to do this, he says, cancer cells excrete a poisonous compound called co-cancerogenic K factor (CKF), which paralyzes the immune system, allowing the cancer cells to draw the needed nitrogen from the healthy cells.

According to his theory, while the 714X nitrogen is feeding the cancer cells, the poisonous K factor is not being excreted by them,—and the immune system is able to recover itself and attack and destroy the cancer cells.

He also maintains that, injecting the 714X into the lymph system “liquefies” the lymph,so it can more easily flush out toxins. He claims 714X has no known side effects, and that it can also be used as an adjunct to other treatments.

Naessens believes, as do many other scientists, that some cells in the body develop cancerous characteristics everyday. If the immune system can overcome them, they are eliminated.Naessens theorizes that the fermentative metabolism of cancer cells requires high levels of nitrogen.

He says those cells are “cancer traps,” and that, as those cells are forming, they emit a substance,which he calls the “K factor,” which protects them from the immune system.

The 714X is a derivative of camphor, with an extra nitrogen molecule attached, and must be injected into the lymphatic area in the groin.Vaporizing at body temperature, it is absorbedby the lymph nodes—and supplies the needed nitrogen to keep the immune system strong. Although most doctors and nurses do not know how to give this injection, Naessens teaches his patients how to do it at home.

In May 1989, Naessens underwent a criminal trial by the Quebec Medical Corporation of Physicians, but was acquitted. The problem was that Naessens had such a large number of documented recoveries and witnesses in abundance, the jury refused to convict him of any crime.

Today his formula is still available in Canada,Mexico, and western Europe.On June 8-9, 1991, an international symposium on Gaston Naessen’s work was held. Over 150 scientists from many professional fields converged in the small town of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. This awakened the interest of still more physicians around the world, who began using 714X on their cancer patients. (See C. Bird, The Persecution and Trial of Gaston Naessens.)

It appears that there are all kinds of successful cancer remedies, waiting for investigation by scientific researchers.

On June 24, 1993, U.S. Congressman Berkley Bedell, of Iowa, defended Naessens’ treatment before a U.S. Senate subcommittee. He attributes his recovery from prostate cancer to 714X.

Here is information on the dosage of 714X:A daily injection of the serum must be made daily via the lymphatic system. It is best to give it into the right inguinal lymph node. The injection must be given very slowly, at a rate of 0.5 ml in 15-20 minutes.

Three series of 21 injections are given, with a 3-day rest between series (21 days, rest 3 days, 21 days, rest 3 days, 21 days). Following this, booster shots are given from time to time, according to the need of the patient.

Here is the 21-day formula: First day – 0.10 ml / second day – 0.20 ml / third day – 0.30 ml / fourth day – 0.40 ml / fifth to twenty-first day - 0.50 ml.

714X—Centre d’Orthobiologie, Somatidienne de l’Estrie (C.O.S.E.), 5270 Fontaine, Rock Forest,Quebec J1N 3B6, Canada Ph: (819) 564-7883

 

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