What Can Be Done that is Different for a Patient that has Cancer or an Autoimmune Disease; Besides Treating the Effects of Their Disease with Standard Therapy?

Posted on May 18th, 2016


The CAUSE of their cancer and autoimmunity, can be identified and treated while also treating the EFFECTS of their cancer and autoimmunity.

Standard therapy is of value, but for the most part, the standard therapy, is designed to mainly treat the EFFECTS of cancer and autoimmunity, and not the CAUSE.

These standard treatments for the EFFECTS of cancer and autoimmunity are as follows;

. Surgical Excision therapy.

. Radiation therapy.

. Chemotherapy.

. Intravenous Vitamin Therapy.

. Supplement therapy

. Holistic therapy.

. Homeopathy therapy

. Intravenous Oxygen therapy.

. Nutritional therapy.

. Hormone therapy

. Immunotherapy

. Cancer drug therapy

. Acupuncture therapy.

. Chiropractic therapy.

. Mind Body therapy.

These are just a few of the therapies that are used to correct the EFFECTS of cancer and autoimmunity.

What about the CAUSE of cancer and autoimmunity?

To preempt the following discussion, involving the CAUSE of cancer and autoimmunity, you may want to read these following articles;

1) Please go to Cancer on the internet, with my name.

2) Please go to www cancertudor.com and under Articles and Cancer, see an article titled, Breast Cancer and Estrogen.

3) Please go to www.drplechner.com to read the following articles;

. The Results of an International Convention for Integrative MD Oncologists etc.

. The Theory of Cancer, and the Cortisol Connection.

. New Thoughts on an Old Disease, Called Breast Cancer.

. Little Known Facts About Cortisol Youi Must Know.

. What the World Needs to Know About Cancer in Animals and Possibly etc.

. The Cause and Treatment for Cancer.

This article is definitely should NOT indicate to you, NOT to do what has already been suggested by your healthcare specialist for cancer and autoimmunity.

The main purpose of this article, is meant to share with you and your healthcare professional, some thoughts that you and your healthcare professional may find of value, and may want to include, with your present therapy.

I have found the following facts, after performing more than 90,000 endocrine immune blood tests on animals with no ovaries, and I was involved with more than 2,000 human patients that had severe allergies, autoimmunity and cancer.

Many of these human patients, were men, menstruating women, postmenopausal women, and some women that had their ovaries, surgically removed.

The following is what I found;

1) When measuring adrenal cortisol, unless it is deficient, you cannot determine if a patient’s cortisol is functional or non-functional, unless you also measure total (adrenal) estrogen.

The cortisol level can be normal or even elevated, but unless you have measured total (adrenal) estrogen, you cannot determine, if the cortisol is functional or non-functional

This is one main reason, for missing the CAUSE, of cancer and autoimmunity.

Many times it is not realized, that the endocrine system regulates the immune system.

The production of functional cortisol, will carry out its duties in the patient’s body, including regulating the immune system.

After a given period time, the liver will breakdown the cortisol, and the end products of that breakdown, will be excreted by the kidneys.

When this normal cycle occurs, the hypothalamus detects the drop in functional cortisol and releases it hormone, referred to as Corticotropin Releasing Factor (CRF).

This in turn, causes the pituitary gland to release its hormone, referred to as Adrenocorticotrpic Hormone (ACTH).

When this negative feedback mechanism has been completed, the middle layer adrenal cortex will respond by releasing, more functional cortisol.

What happens if your cortisol measurement is normal, based upon the normal values that the laboratory has provided, and are non-functional?

You will definitely not know if your cortisol is functional or non-functional, without first measuring total estrogen, as already mentioned before.

If your cortisol is non-functional, this will lead to another CAUSE of cancer and autoimmunity.

You MUST have your health\ care professional determine for you, if your cortisol is functional or non-functional.

The non-functional cortisol does not cause the cancer and autoimmunity, but what does CAUSE the cancer and autoimmunity, is the fact that the non-functional cortisol, is not recognized by the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, and they will continue to produce, and release their hormones.

Because the middle layer adrenal cortex cannot respond to this negative feedback mechanism to the hypothalamic-pituitary axis with functional cortisol, the inner layer adrenal cortex, called the Zona Reticularis, will respond and produce a large amounts, of damaging adrenal estrogen, that can be measured by the laboratories, as Total estrogen.

This excess adrenal estrogen is one of the major CAUSES for cancer and autoimmunity, in humans and in animals.

Elevated estrogen is a major concern, for health care professionals, yet it is NOT measured.

Only estradiol is measured in human males and animals, and estradiol, estrone and estriole, are measured in women.

It is also recognized that a small amounts pf estradiol, estrone and estriole, are produced by the brain, skin and fatty tissue.

Adrenal estrogen is NOT normally recognized, and therefore not measured.

During the late 1940’s, some of the human laboratories made the decision that the only estrogens that are produced in the patient’s body, are estradiol, estrone and estriole, which were mainly produced, by the ovaries.

My studies that were done on humans and animals, with NO ovaries, all had very high levels of adrenal estrogen that are unfortunately, NOT measured in humans with cancer and autoimmunity.

This elevated adrenal estrogen will CAUSE cancer and autoimmunity, and it can be measured by requesting the laboratory to do a total estrogen.

The total estrogen is thought to contain only the three ovarian estrogens, but when a woman that has had her ovaries removed, will have almost no estrogen that comes from her brain, skin and from her fatty tissue.

However, when her adrenal estrogen is measured, if she is normal, her levels of adrenal estrogen with be 40 pg/ml or less.

Men will produce a normal amount of adrenal estrogen, which is 80 to 115 mg/ml.

Several men with prostate cancer, had adrenal estrogen, over 500 mg/ml.

Women with cancer and no ovaries, can have elevated amounts of adrenal estrogen, due to the production of a non-functional cortisol, and when placed on functional cortisol and thyroid hormones, their tumors disappeared, and their tumor makers returned to normal.

The Broda O. Barnes MD Research Foundation has had their affiliates successfully treat, over 400 human cancer patients, with cortisol and thyroid, replacement hormones.

The following physiological conditions will occur when the adrenal estrogen, becomes, elevated;

. Elevated adrenal estrogen causes inflammation of all the endothelial cells that line the arteries in the body.

In animals, when this occurs, it can cause idiopathic epilepsy, and in menstruating women, when they have their period and their ovarian estrogen adds to their adrenal estrogen, they can also have epileptic seizures and migraine headaches.

For further information on Idiopathic Epilepsy in Canines, please go to the internet with this subject, and Dr. Plechner.

Since elevated adrenal estrogen can cause the inflammation of the endothelial cells that line the arteries in the cerebrum, why not check adrenal estrogen for many different neurological diseases, like Alzheimer’s syndrome, Dementia, Autism etc.

. Elevated adrenal estrogen binds or neutralizes the thyroid hormones, T3 and T4, and even if the T3 and T4 are present in normal amounts, because of the elevated, adrenal estrogen, they cannot be used by the patient’s body.

For more information on this subject, please go to the internet and Metabolic Hypothyroidism, with Dr. Plechner.

. Elevated adrenal estrogen deregulates the immune system.

Medically it is thought that the immune system becomes deficient when the adrenal estrogen is elevated, but actually the immune system becomes deregulated, and that is when the B and T-Lymphocytes, lose recognition of self-tissue.

This is another CAUSE of cancer and autoimmunity. The only deficiency that occurs with this deregulated immune system, is that the immune system will no longer protect the body, with its various functions.

If the responsibility of the T-lymphocyte is to protect the patient from viruses and fungi, it is easy to understand when this protection is not available, why cases of chronic hepatitis, AIDS and chronic candidiasis will occur.

When the B-Lymphocyte is deregulated, the patient can suffer from bacterial diseases and will not be able to make protective antibodies, when given vaccines.

In a young patient that has this imbalance, a vaccination can cause severe, catastrophic EFFECTS, because the vaccine and its diluents, will become a foreign body that cannot be processed correctly by the young patient.

I believe that you can now realize, that if a patient receives an immune or chemical suppressant, they will not only kill the immune system, but since the endocrine system is also imbalanced, the patient will have two major, non-functional systems, which may lead to the patient’s demise.

. Elevated Adrenal estrogen also reduces the B-Lymphocytes production of immunoglobulins (antibodies) and when the mucous membrane antibody falls below 58mg/dl in canines and felines, and below 68mg/dL in humans, malabsorption from the gut will occur, especially with certain medicines, steroids, vitamins and many other nutritional supplements.

This is why it is very important for you and or your pet, to have your IgA’s measured, otherwise if the IgA level in the gut is too low, whatever you or your pet may be taking orally, in order to help you stop the EFFECTS of cancer and autoimmunity, may not be absorbed.

An IgA level should be included with all general blood tests, in order to make sure whatever oral medication is being sent home by a healthcare professional, it will be able, to be absorbed by the patient.

A prime example of what a low IgA can cause, would involve a hospitalized patient that is getting intravenous or intramuscular antibiotics.

Once the patient is better, they are sent home with the same antibiotic, in an oral form.

Because the patient’s IgA is low, the antibiotic cannot be absorbed, and the patient finds that it is necessary to go back to the hospital again, for treatment.

What can you do, to help avoid all these problems, while also treating the EFFECTS of cancer and autoimmunity?

I have found clinically, in humans and in animals, by funding and endocrine imbalance, the B-Lymphocyte will begin to produce normal antibodies and as the B-Lymphocyte regulation returns, so will the regulation of the T-Lymphocyte.

The amount of necessary functional, cortisol replacement, will be determined individually, by prescribing only enough functional cortisol, to normalize the excess adrenal estrogen.

You certainly might ask your healthcare professional, to include the following blood tests, with their usual, blood tests they normally include, but only if they are interested in doing so.

A list of my suggested blood tests, are as follows;

. Total estrogen

. Estradiol

. Estrone

. Estriole

. Cortisol

. T3

. T4

. TSH.


. Reverse T3

. Iodine

. IgA

. IgM

. IgG

Hopefully this article will help you to better treat you disease, by identifying the CAUSE of your cancer or autoimmunity, along with also treating their EFFECTS.

I know this is all new information, but it does work.


Dr. AL Plechner