Cancer Prevention

Did You know that one third of the most common types of cancer can be prevented?

In recent years the frequency of cancer has been increasing, there are more external factors that lead to its occurrence, prevention and therapeutic tool is a useful intervention to reduce their frequency. The change in lifestyle and changing the “modifiable factors” extend personal and family well-being.

Cancer Prevention

The preventive program is created for families of cancer patients that are at risk of developing a malignancy and for people who do not have any risk factors but who want to improve their lifestyle. Our program is oriented General Prevention, basically identifying Chronic Inflammation and its control. The chronic inflammation is closely related to the risk of developing cancer. Our main objectives are:

Identify existing chronic inflammation by laboratory studies.

  • – Anti-inflammatory diet guide.
  • – Medical evaluation.
  • – Improve balance oxidative and anti-inflammatory treatment.

Chronic Inflammation

Chronic Inflammation is a process that is triggered by the presence of viral, bacterial, parasitic infections, tissue injury or chronic stimulation of the tissues and in some cases not detectable and therefore untreated. Chronic inflammation causes oxygen free radicals, these radicals can act as antimicrobial agents, but unfortunately cause damage to cell’s DNA, increasing the risk of mutations and carcinogenesis.

During the inflammatory process  various types of cytokines are released, among them is the Tumor Necrosis Factor, this is related to tumor promotion, the erythrocyte sedimentation rate and PCR are other studies that help early diagnosis of Chronic Inflammation.


Ozone is a potent anti-inflammatory, it is involved in maintaining the oxidative balance, regulates metabolism, modulates the immune system, improves oxygen metabolism, is an effective anti-inflammatory of the general circulatory system. Chronic exposure to toxic metals and some toxics found in the preparation of foods contribute to prolong the inflammatory response.