Share The Wealth by Chris Gupta
September 14, 2003

Low cost Cesium Cancer Treatment

The number of cancer therapies that are far more efficacious and are of low or no toxicity is incredible - yet we continue to let the medical Mafia abuse us. We need more action like the following but it costs money so these shysters take advantage of our vulnerabilities:

"The MD Anderson Comprehensive Cancer Center was sued in August,1998, for making unsubstantiated claims that it cures "well over 50% of people with cancer." Professor Emeritus Dr. Samuel Epstein

Chris Gupta

"Toxic treatments do more harm than good in the long run. The best physician is your own body. We must strengthen, not weaken, its defenses."

--Hans A. Nieper, M.D.

The High pH Therapy for Cancer

Tests on Mice and Humans


A. Keith Brewer Science Library,
325 N. Central Ave., Richland Center, WI 53581

BREWER, A. K. The high pH therapy for cancer tests on mice and humans. PHARMACOL BIOCHEM BEHAV 21: Suppl. 1, 1-5. 1984.---Mass spectrographic and isotope studies have shown that potassium, rubidium, and especially cesium are most efficiently taken up by cancer cells. This uptake was enhanced by Vitamins A and C as well as salts of zinc and selenium. The quantity of cesium taken up was sufficient to raise the cell to the 8 pH range. Where cell mitosis ceases and the life of the cell is short. Tests on mice fed cesium and rubidium showed marked shrinkage in the tumor masses within 2 weeks. In addition, the mice showed none of the side effects of cancer. Tests have been carried out on over 30 humans. In each case the tumor masses disappeared. Also all pains and effects associated with cancer disappeared within 12 to 36 hr; the more chemotherapy and morphine the patient had taken, the longer the withdrawal period. Studies of the food intake in areas where the incidences of cancer are very low showed that it met the requirements for the high pH therapy.


Dr. Sartori is experienced in the use of ozone. He has also followed up on the cesium chloride research of Dr. Keith Brewer and has successfully used cesium chloride therapy for years in the treatment of cancer. The following papers are used with his permission. Dr. Sartori practices in Australia.

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posted by Chris Gupta on Sunday September 14 2003
updated on Thursday March 9 2006

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Readers' Comments

Please send information about where I can purchase "Cesium" and directions for usage (quantity & frequency).
Bill Schoen

Posted by: Bill Schoen on September 15, 2003 04:34 AM


Bill I am not a doctor so you will have to do your own digging starting with the links I provided and work with a health professional.

Posted by: Chris Gupta on September 15, 2003 05:47 PM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Andrew on September 30, 2003 07:58 PM


Great comments guys. Peter FDA

Posted by: Peter on November 7, 2003 05:38 AM


Please tell me whre to get cesium and directions for use........Thank you......

Posted by: Saul Goldberg on November 11, 2003 01:35 PM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: George on January 4, 2004 05:05 AM


Hi Chris, was wondering if you could give me any information on the side effects of taking cesium. My dad is taking cesium as an alternative medicine to treat his cancer. Thanks

Posted by: Amy on April 25, 2005 02:26 AM


Cesium Dosage and Side Effects

Several problems have arisen in the therapy which require further study. One of these is to determine the minimal dosage of CsCl that will kill cancer cells. Would cesium carbonate be better? Related to this are the effectiveness of intravenous injections, and, in certain cases, intraperitoneal injections. Both have been found to be effective in mice, but they have not yet been tested on humans.

The minimal dosage for curative action has not been determined. It has been observed by several physicians that the administration of 0.5 g per day of CsCl will actually enhance the rate of tumor growth. This is to be expected, since this low amount is sufficient only to raise the cell pH into the high mitosis range (see Chart 1). The data so far reveal that any quantity of 3.0 g or above will be effective.

A side effect which occurs in some cases, especially those who have had stomach ulcers, is nausea. This is far smaller for 3.0 g per day than for 6 to 10 g. The nausea can be minimized by administering cesium salt in a sorbitol solution as mentioned earlier. Further studies are necessary.

A limited number of patients have experienced diarrhea. Since cesium is a nerve stimulant [19], this can be expected. The effect is enhanced by taking large doses of Vitamin C, but it apparently is lowered by laetrile.

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Posted by: AL ROSSMILLER on September 10, 2005 08:29 PM


For Cesium and instructions and

Posted by: on November 23, 2005 07:44 PM


Just found this site, and am happy to see things regarding cesium. I just started taking this orally along with potassium. Apparently one potentially dangerous side effect is depletion of potassium. After the first day of treatment (1 pill per meal) I became violently ill -spent the night in the bathroom! My doc now has me taking one pill per day, along with an anti-nausea medication. After a few days I am to move up to 2 pills and keep it there. So far, so good. Thank the Lord!! I have heard amazing results, so am very excited to see it kill off MY cancer! Thanks for the info.

Posted by: sher on February 28, 2006 01:28 AM


Is there anyone out there who has completed the cesium protocol? and what results were obtained. I have prostate cancer with mestasis to the bones, stage IV and would like to get some input from someone who has actually tried it, Thanks, John

Posted by: John F on March 9, 2006 12:05 PM


Hi John,

Read this article by Neal Deoul. He used Ceisum with success for his Prostate Cancer.


Posted by: Richard on April 25, 2006 12:28 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Debra Horan on May 8, 2006 06:29 PM


my wife was given cesium by psychiatrist for depression. took one pill (100mg). within few hours got bad headache, nausea, and shakes. Is this normal? Anything that can help? Doctor said there would be no side effects.

Posted by: Steve on May 11, 2006 03:42 PM



See my comments in "Re: Brain Tumor" post. Also a very important post is: Cancer: "Nutrition and Survival" please read and heed...

Posted by: Chris Gupta on May 11, 2006 09:54 PM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Jill Magee on May 12, 2006 08:53 PM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Avi on May 16, 2006 08:31 AM


Is there ANY success cases using cesium chloride on a
rare type of cancer called
LIPOSARCOMA. I am in last stage and desperately looking for anyone that has had success.

Posted by: Carol G on June 3, 2006 11:35 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Myla on June 8, 2006 11:45 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Chris Gupta on June 8, 2006 10:53 PM


Am going to Alternantive Mds office tomarrow for the first interview in regards to the cesium therapies for lymphoma. If all goes well I will report status and reports that may give others an idea of what this is like - blessings - chrism

Posted by: chrism on July 17, 2006 08:54 PM


Relative has advanced prostate cancer and is considering using cesium. It has metastasized to the skeleton in several areas. He is surrently undergoing hormone therapy. Would like to hear of any success stories with cesium. My relative wants to start on cesium ASAP. Thank-you so much for any information you may have.

Posted by: Cathy on July 28, 2006 09:13 AM


My mother had stage 4 ovarin cancer she had a total hysterectomy at this time she has developed acites and also drs. are saying it has already spread. I would like to start her on cesium treatment asap but how do I go about it. I would apreciate any information. thank you... I will keep all of you in my prayers.

Posted by: Armando Lira on September 12, 2006 11:33 PM


Diagnosed with maltoma lymphoma, stage 2. I am interested in cesium protocol and if anyone has had positive results

Posted by: barb d on September 17, 2006 03:15 PM


I Know a nutrition company working with physicians and therapists as well as individuals to treat cancer with Cesium/Potassium. The have created a Therapy that also incorperates a nutritional regime used in a drink. If you are interested let me know I will give you a direct contact.

If you have cancer or know someone that does what have you go to lose. I wish I had known about this when my mother died of conventional treatment of cancer.

Cantact me at I think I can help anyone interested in helping themselves

Posted by: TJ on January 6, 2007 10:31 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Norb on April 21, 2007 08:51 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: madhukar on October 8, 2007 08:34 AM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: Ben on October 9, 2007 05:40 PM


i have a large basal cell skin tumor.does skin cancer respond to cesium well?

Posted by: ray on October 15, 2007 07:01 PM


We have a dog with Stage 5 lymphoma. We are treating her with chemo and half the recommended CsCl/Potassium dosage for 150# human. What is the normal duration for the Cesium chloride treatment? Will know soon whether she falls into the 10-15 of those who get complete remission.

Posted by: Ben on December 2, 2007 11:03 AM


I have a dog that was diagnosed with mediastinal t-cell lymphoma July 28, 2007. He has not had chemo or radiation -- just natural supplements to boost his immune system, and fight the cancer. He's now at 23 weeks, almost double what the doc predicted he could possibly live (3 - 12 weeks max). But there has been some tough times. So I keep trying new things. Cesium is something I will add next. Everyone keeps reminding me I can't cure my pup, but I have to believe they are wrong. God put everything we need on this earth to survive -- we just need to figure out what, and how to use it. Maybe Cesium is the missing ingredient in Buddy's protocol. Does anyone know if you can use Cesium while also using Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy???

Posted by: sandy hall on January 3, 2008 07:54 PM


Re: (Above) We have a dog with Stage 5 lymphoma. As of 12 weeks of Cesium chloride/potassium and chemo. Lizzie shows no sign of the lymphoma. Would not be diagnosed as having it. She either beat the 10-15 odds or the cesium protocol worked.

Posted by: Ben on March 24, 2008 12:29 AM


I am in Australia and am interested in finding out more about this as a treatment option. Thanks Dennize

Posted by: Dennize on June 11, 2008 06:43 AM


On 03/35/08 Our Doberman with stage five lymphoma was declared in remission and no visible or tested signs of cancer three months after the start of chemo and concurrent cesium chloride/potassium treatment. We had stopped the cesium at about two months (but continued on with potassium low dose) and continued the chemo protocol for another five weeks to the end ~ 24 weeks from diagnosis. Three days after the last chemo treatment and exam, a lump appeared behind jaw. Phone call to doctor and he was sure it wasn't cancer (we started antibiotic) but when he checked two weeks later and had biopsy done, it turned out it was cancer and didn't find out for a few months that it was the lymphoma - still. . No signs of swollen/enlarged lymph nodes. The elapsed time from discovery of lump and lab results of biopsy was three weeks. On the day we got the results, the lump had suddenly become severely enlarged (did not appear to be just fluid) and become so painful that she couldn't open mouth wide to eat and only walked carefully with head down. (04/22/08) Immediately after getting results, we put her on three doses a day of cesium/potassium - each of same amount that was given twice a day during the chemo - a 50 percent increase. Two days later she was trotting around and could open mouth a enough to eat without demonstrated pain. Three days later, running and playing almost normally. A week later, totally normal behavior and the lump was almost back to pre-diagnosis size. No evidence of swollen lymph nodes. At ten days, better yet. Now measuring it with caliper for what that is worth, to try to quantify change. We decided to augment the cesium/potassium with LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) a prescription drug which has been shown to boost immune system and help treat cancer (and a variety of other diseases) and decrease tumor size. Virtually no side effects from the LDN. See We suspect that we may have created problems by our original stopping of the cesium/potassium during the chemo because we got optimistic. "Oh, she's in remission, we don't need it anymore". We should have followed normal protocol. Until about five weeks ago, all was proceeding well except for a nasty diarrhea that started. We stopped the Cesium/potassium protocol. and just used the LDN. I was informed that a doctor doing work with LDN advises dosages in excess of human dosing based on weight when treating dogs. Apparently a function of higher metabolism so we increased that (just after the diarrhea started). She then lost all appetite and we had to force feed for about a month. The lump site was growing fast. Turns out that she had a very bad abscess caused by ??? Maybe infection after biopsy or unassimilated dead cancer cells that rotted or tumor causing restricted blood flow. Treated for the infection - abscess drained, drains put in and treated with strong antibiotics. Back on the road to recovery. 08/30 The only "medication" for the last month has been the LDN and a probiotic which appears to have cured the diarrhea. All is going really well. "She beat the odds" per vet. yesterday. "I'm optimistic" he says but that optimism is tempered by the fact that he has never seen a dog survive that lymphoma. But now comes Lizzie. The shrinkage of the cancerous "lump" that appeared right after the chemo ended has been constant since the start of the LDN use. External measurement of LxWxD (inches) of the lump has gone from a high of 18.8 when we started the LDN to 1.9 as of today. What is undeniable is that "They" expected her to have died by now and what they see now is what looks to be a healthy, happy dog with only slightly swollen lymph nodes that you have to hunt for and a lump that is daily getting smaller. All is pretty much back to normal except for needing a little bribery to eat. Life is good.

Posted by: Ben on September 2, 2008 12:47 AM


where can i find cesium i am living in athens for my wife, she is having a tumor at her wright breast. if you know anything please let me know thanks alot

Posted by: george karkanis on October 4, 2008 05:56 AM


I live in Toronto Canada where can I buy cesium Thank you very much Ingrid

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Posted by: JAMARA HUFF on March 2, 2010 10:13 AM


where can I buy cecium in Australia my Dad has a Cancer lump and have heard about this we are doing alternative medicine as he is 80 years old.
Thanks for any info

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