Last Modified on Jun 22, 2014
The most common type of kidney cancer in adults, renal cell carcinoma is a specific type of kidney cancer that begins in the lining of the small tubes or tubules of the kidney. These tubules are responsible for filtering the blood and removing waste products from the body. Also known as hypernephroma, renal cell carcinoma is often resistant to radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
What is Renal Cell Carcinoma?
Renal cell carcinoma is a progressive cancer that generally follows four stages. Once the cancer diagnosis has been made, tests are run to determine the exact level of renal cell carcinoma staging. The size of the tumor as well as the extent to which it has spread is generally used for renal cell carcinoma staging. Stage I is characterized by a tumor that is 7 centimeters or smaller and is found only in the kidney. Stage II involves a tumor that is larger than 7 centimeters and is found in the kidney. Stage III is characterized by a tumor of any size and cancer in the kidney and one or more adjacent lymph nodes or cancer in the main blood vessels of the kidney or in the layer of fatty tissue surrounding the kidney. In stage IV, the cancer has spread beyond the kidneys into other organs.
Specific symptoms of the disease may occur at any stage. Abdominal pain and swelling, back pain, blood in the urine, swelling of the veins around a testicle, flank pain and weight loss may occur. Additional symptoms that may occur in conjunction with the disease include excessive hair growth in females, pale skin and vision problems.
The exact cause of renal cell carcinoma is unknown; however, several risk factors have been identified. Several factors may increase an individual’s risk of developing kidney cancer including dialysis treatment, family history of the disease, high blood pressure, horseshoe kidney, polycystic kidney disease, smoking and Von Hippel-Lindau disease.
Natural Renal Cell Carcinoma Treatment
The 5-year survival rate of renal cell carcinoma is 60 to 70%. Early detection and intensive treatment significantly increase those odds. One of the most effective renal cell carcinoma treatments involves alkalizing the body using baking soda and citrus fruits or apple cider vinegar as cancer cannot thrive in an alkaline environment. Additionally, magnesium oxide powder can be used to cleanse and detox the system. Maintaining an organic diet, exercising and staying positive are also important elements of treatment. Continue reading below for important remedies and dietary changes as reported by our readers, including the famous Ted from Bangkok, Thailand.
Remedies for Renal Cell Carcinoma
Hey Bill: i would like your opinion on the alkalizing with baking soda and citrus fruits of ACV for a person with Renal cell Cancer. Do you think the sodium from the baking soda would be damaging?
Replied by Bill
San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines
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Hello, I have been thoroughly blessed by the postings & information on this site! I have been battling Stage 4 Renal Cell Carcinoma for over a year now. I tried the "traditional" route with chemo & radiation for all of 2010, only to be discouraged last December to hear that the cancer had spread to more lymph nodes & my right lung. I have been researching natural remedies for several months now and in December I radically changed my diet to Vegan, I'm supplementing through a holostic doctor, exercising, taking detox and magnesium baths and I'm currently on David William's H2O2 protocol up to 7 drops of 35%, 3 times a day.
I was reading about the cleansing benefits of taking magnesium oxide powder to clean the entire digestive tract and that appealed to me because of the digestive issues I'm having. It sounds like this substance would really "clean house" and make my intestines & colon clean as a whistle, as well as deliver more oxygen to my body.
My question is, can I take magnesium oxide while I am on the H2O2 protocol? I assume I wouldn't be taking them together (meaning at the same time, not mixed), but I want to ask before I make any purchases. I have been feeling fantastic since I've made all of these changes and I have very little limitations, but my bowel movements are still not what they need to be. I know that could also be my body adjusting to the radical diet changes. Any help you could give me would be great as I'd like to start taking the Mag Oxide soon if it's safe. I would also appreciate any articles about using these two things toether, if you have any. Can you reply by email?
Thanks a bunch & I look forward to sharing my victory testimony on your site after beating one of the toughest cancers to beat!
Kind regards, Dennis Swanson
Replied by Heather
Provincetown , Ma