Dr. Robert O. Young’s Latest Published

Dr. Robert O. Young’s Latest Published Scientific Article in The International Journal of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine.

“Alkalizing Nutritional Therapy in the Prevention and Reversal of any Cancerous Condition”


Due to the evident ineffectiveness of conventional cancer treatments (e.g. chemotherapy and radiation), more efficient alternatives are needed. The potential of Alkaline Nutritional Infusion (ANI) as a legitimate alternative to chemotherapy and radiation is examined. While largely ignored in conventional oncology, the pH of the interstitial fluids is suggested as paramount in identifying a cancerous condition. It is further suggested that cancer is an over-acidic condition of the body that can be reversed and prevented with alkalizing treatments such as ANI. Full Body Bio-Electro Scan (FBBES) is presented as a noninvasive means to examine body pH and the presence of cancer. In addition, non-invasive Full-Body Thermography (FBT) and Full-Body Ultrasound (FBU) are presented as a noninvasive means to examine the physiology and the anatomy of the organs, glands and tissues for inflammation, calcifications, cysts and tumors in the prevention and treatment of any cancerous condition. Finally, Live Blood Analysis (LBA) and Dried Blood Analysis (DBA) are non-invasive hematology tests for evaluating the health of the red and white blood cells and to view inflammatory and malignancy at the cellular level. In contrast to the acidosis caused by conventional cancer treatments, ANI methods such as Intravenous Nutritional Infusion (INI) and Rectal Nutritional Infusion (RNI) provide an alkalizing approach to cancer treatment and prevention,


While largely ignored in conventional oncology for decades, intravenous nutritional infusion (INI) and rectal nutritional infusion (RNI) are therapies that play a major key in recovering from and reversing any metabolic, environmental, or dietary caused “dis-ease.” But when you visit your conventional doctor for any condition or “dis-ease”, he or she will rarely address the patient’s lifestyle or diet, besides sometimes shrugging and saying, “Eat better and get more exercise.” This is generally stated to the patient without giving any specific recommendations of what to eat, what to drink or how to exercise [1-13].This general mindset stems from medical schools where a physician may receive only a few hours of nutritional, dietary or physical training in their nutritional, biochemistry or physiology courses on the importance of nutrition, diet and exercise. Then all training, including residency and fellowship is completely pharmaceutical-drug focused [1-13]. Only a select few take the time to be trained and mentored by traditional, integrativ


Early detection is critical for any cancerous condition, which includes self examination and safe, painless, non-invasive medical diagnostic. The early detection scans include a Full Body Bio- electro Scan (FBBES), Full Body Thermography (FBT), a Full Body Ultrasound (FBU) scan and a Live Blood Analysis(LBA) with a Dried Blood Analysis (DBA). All diagnostic scans are free from ionizing radiation and are coupled with a supportive alkalizing nutritional diet, Intravenous Nutritional Infusion (INI) and Rectal Nutritional Infusion (RNI) even if the patient is receiving chemotherapy and/or radiation.Citation: Young RO (2015) Alkalizing Nutritional Therapy in the Prevention and Reversal of any Cancerous Condition. Int J Complement Alt Med 2(1): 00046. DOI: 10.15406/ijcam.2015.02.000465) High Bilirubin6) High C-reactive protein 7) High cholesterol8) High PSA9) High Gleason score10) Low testosteroneI have found clinically that this non-invasive approach for any precancerous or cancerous condition will saves lives and improve the quality and quantity of life of the patient. Reversing an existing cancerous condition and preventing the risk of metastasis has been demonstrated in over 90 percent of all cases.using……

One thought on “Dr. Robert O. Young’s Latest Published”

  1. I am an armchair scientist, and have an interest in microbiology and infectious diseases, and the approach you seem to have advocated for quite some time is a breath of fresh air. I’m still in the process of learning about it, and without disrespect or hostility of any kind, I still have a lot of research to do before I subscribe to part or all of it. Nonetheless, having seen the kind of professional politics at play both academically and clinically, I’d like to acknowledge your steadfast pursuit of a theory in which you believe and for which you’ve developed some evidence worth looking at. I’m sure there were easier paths to take in the professional sense.


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