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|Title:||The term of "Liquid Polyatomic Oxygen" requires a correction but chemo- and radiotherapy integrated with Ozonetherapy may help cancer patients||Authors:||Bocci, Velio
|Issue Date:||2008||Project:||None||Journal:||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OZONE THERAPY||Abstract:||
Recently, the terms of “ossigeno poliatomico liquido, OPL” (liquid polyatomic oxygen) and “ozono in forma liquida” (ozone in liquid form) have been used but they require a correction because intravenous (IV) injection of oxygen and ozone in the liquid state will freeze the blood and kill the patient. It is suggested the correct term “water-soluble oxygen-ozone mixture” (ossigeno-ozono idrosolubili) be used because this erroneous concept may increase the ostracism towards ozone therapy. On the other hand, we have long favoured the combination of ozone therapy with chemo- and radiotherapy to enhance the cytotoxic effects of oxidizing compounds against cancer cells.
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