How Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy Works

Cancer is a little bit like a runaway train — the train must be stopped to get the cargo out. Similarly, the first and most difficult step in treating cancer is stopping the cancer from spreading. Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy is a Signature Therapy here at Hope4Cancer, and it’s designed to halt, and then reverse, the growth of cancer.

Why Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy?

Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy (SPDT) is a very effective therapy. Here at Hope4Cancer, in conjunction with our other therapies, we usually see a 20 – 35% reduction in tumor size within the first eight to 10 days of treatment. And after 15 months of SPDT, we may see a 70 – 85% reduction in blood flow to tumor areas.

As one of three pioneers worldwide who have developed this method, I have personally seen SPDT destroy cancer cells in a way that is non-invasive, non-toxic and with virtually no side effects. SPDT makes use of three components: a photo and/or sono-sensitive activator, a source of light and/or sound at the correct wavelengths, and a source of oxygenation.  

How Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy Works

Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy works at the molecular level. The process starts by ingesting a sensitizer agent that responds to light and sound stimulation. One of our sensitizer agents, SP-Activate, is taken orally, and allowed to absorb into the blood stream sublingually (under the tongue). The sensitizer absorbs preferentially into cancer cells.

Once absorbed, the patient is exposed to light and sound at the specific frequency and intensity that activates the sensitizer. This activates the sensitizer within the cancer cells, initiating a cascade of molecular reactions. Once activated, the agent passes this light energy to oxygen molecules splitting them into high energy free radical oxygen, energetic enough to destroy the cell it occupies.

Under my direction, Hope4Cancer Institute offers a highly comprehensive inpatient and take-home Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy protocol. This is complemented by careful work to address the cause of the cancer, plus other treatments, holistic nutrition and a detoxification program. Using SPDT, I have even seen patients with advanced stages of cancer recover without side effects.

Innovations in Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy

SPDT has been around since the 1800s. While the concept was very exciting, but limited by the toxicity of the sensitizer agents used in those initial decades. Not very selective for cancer cells, these agents were very toxic — essentially, forms of chemotherapy. In addition to that, many of the early sensitizers caused high levels of photosensitivity in patients, making it impossible for them to step outside.  But in the late 1990s, significant progress was made in the development of non-toxic agents. This improved the opportunity for SPDT to become a viable non-invasive, non-toxic cancer treatment.

Here at Hope4Cancer, we’re proud of our contributions to this therapy. We have led the efforts in making SPDT reach new levels of maturity and wide global acceptance as an effective and safe therapy. Our latest innovations in the SPDT arena include the introduction of new light devices and sensitizers that are further improving our ability to treat a variety of cancer effectively.

When utilized alongside treatments to address the cause of the cancer and a complete detoxification program, even patients with advanced cancers can heal without side effects. At Hope4Cancer, our team is here for you or your loved one, using treatments like Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy to help you on the journey to recovery.

2 thoughts on “How Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy Works

  1. It sounds like you would have to live near the clinic in order to receive the number of SPDT treatments needed to heal the cancer. If I were to come to the clinic for 2-3 weeks to receive my initial treatments, what happens next? Please let me know if you can continue this treatment elsewhere. Thank you.

    1. During their stay at the clinic, our patients are educated on how to continue their treatments once they return home. Most patients come back for a free return consultation about 3 months after discharge, but that is not required. Our After Care team works with patients to address outstanding questions that may arise once you return home.

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