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The manufacturers of MICOM claim that it is designed to mimic natural spring mineral water. The website that advertises this supplement claims that it raises cellular oxygen levels, allows detoxification, and "tags" cancer cells for recognition and elimination by the immune system.

Proteolytic enzymes

Proteolytic enzymes have not been shown to treat cancer.

Livingston-Wheeler Therapy

Livingston-Wheeler therapy is classified as a "metabolic therapy." It involves several treatments that supposedly stimulate the immune system (BCG vaccine and a vaccine made from the individual's own urine), a strict vegetarian diet, antioxidants, and detoxification via coffee enemas.

Ozone therapy

Ozone (O3) is an unstable gas found in the atmosphere where it protects against solar radiation. It has been produced by specialized generators for therapeutic use.


Preliminary results suggest that HMB can help maintain weight in patients with cancer or HIV, but there is little support for the idea that it can improve athletic performance.


GcMAF is a protein claimed to cure cancer and other ailments, but no proper clinical studies have been ever performed to confirm this claim.


Homeopathy is a system of medicine based on the similia (‘treating like with like’) principle.