Defeating Cancer!

The Biological Effect of Deuterium Depletion

by Gábor Somlyai


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/1/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9780759692602
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9780759692619

About the Book

This book is an account of experiments carried out using deuterium-depleted water (Dd-water) and of the human clinical trials underway in Hungary. The most astonishing discovery was that healthy cells quickly adapt to the lower deuterium concentration, whereas tumour cells are unable to do so. This, in the majority of cases, resulted in the destruction of cells, a decrease in tumour mass, or its total regression. The discovery detailed in the book reflects an inherent possibility for mankind to start the 21st century in the hope of finding the cure for cancer.


About the Author

Gábor Somlyai is a molecular biologist. Having finished his studies in 1982, he worked in the field of genetic engineering and gene mapping in Germany (1988 – Georg-August University, Göttingen) and in the USA (University of Missouri Columbia, Columbia). He was first inspired by Hungarian Nobel-prize winner Albert Szent-Györgyi, who believed that the true cause of cancer might be found at sub-molecular level. Somlyai began his investigations in 1990 with the examination of whether the naturally occurring deuterium – the heavy isotope of hydrogen – plays any role in the regulation of biological, i.e. intracellular molecular processes. His investigation was quite unique. The existence of deuterium has been known for nearly seventy years, and it is also known that it behaves differently from hydrogen and that in our body deuterium is present in 12-14 mmol/L concentration. Yet, nobody before had ever investigated the possible role of naturally occurring deuterium in living organism.