"The Effects of Exercise with Oxygen Therapy on Immune Parameters in Patients with Cancer"

Dr. Thomas Incledon (aka Dr. Tom) is the founder and CEO of Causenta Wellness, and the Causenta Cancer Treatment Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. From working with NFL, MLB, MMA, World Class athletes and even the White House, "Doctor Tom's" reputation of personalized medicine and cutting-edge technologies has put him on the map for caring for some of the most powerful people in the world, making him one of the most sought-after healthcare professionals of all time.

Dr. Tom emphasizes the mission of CAUSENTA, the center where he works, which focuses on using exercise and nutrition to assist patients with various diseases. Their goal is not only to overcome these diseases but also to enhance the overall health and fitness of individuals.

Dr. Tom points out an apparent contradiction in the medical world, where patients are often advised to be cautious about physical activity, especially when dealing with serious health issues. This advice is given out of concern for patient safety, but it negatively impacts their physical fitness and the ability of their immune system to combat diseases.

Dr. Tom presents groundbreaking data that demonstrates how a unique approach, in which patients inhale an increased concentration of oxygen during exercise, leads to significant improvements in specific immune cells, such as cytotoxic T lymphocytes and natural killer cells. These cells play a crucial role in fighting cancer and other serious conditions. Dr. Tom emphasizes the difference that oxygen therapy can make by significantly increasing these cells, enabling the immune system to better combat diseases.

Dr. Tom illustrates his findings with impressive graphs that show how the number of cytotoxic T lymphocytes and natural killer cells increases in patients who implement this unique exercise method. These data are supported by comparisons with patients who engage in regular physical activity without additional oxygen intake.

What is most remarkable is that these improvements are not limited to patients without cancer but also apply to patients with various forms of cancer. Dr. Tom presents compelling case studies of patients whose cancer disappeared after applying this unique approach. He speculates that certain bacteria in the blood may play a role in the formation of cancer cells, and oxygen therapy can eliminate these bacteria, subsequently causing the cancer to disappear.

These findings open the door to a new approach to cancer treatment in which exercise and oxygen therapy play a crucial role. It has been demonstrated that this approach not only strengthens the immune system but also contributes to reducing the side effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation.

Overall, Dr. Tom's work is promising and suggests that exercise with oxygen therapy could be a revolutionary approach to improving the health and quality of life of cancer patients.