One treatment for cancer that seems to deserve more consideration is carbon dioxide. As dry ice, its temperature is minus-109.3 degrees. When dry ice warms, it becomes a very cold gas, which can do two things to benign and malignant tumors.
First, it can freeze a tumor from the inside if injected into it. The temperature would not need to be minus-109.3 degrees but might be anything below 32 degrees. Second, carbon dioxide can asphyxiate a tumor.
This basically means it can suffocate it by displacing oxygen inside the tumor itself. Then, once a tumor is killed in this manner, an acidic solution could be injected into a tumor, causing it to dissolve. When this happens, it can then be siphoned out using suction.
Being a person who has had to suffer the side effects of chemo and radiation therapy, I have wondered why doctors haven’t pursued less invasive and gentler means of reducing a tumor to limit the need for procedures like chemo and radiation therapy, which are very hard on the patient.
James A. Lindgaard