When an mRNA molecule binds to an antisense strand of messenger RNA, it becomes unable to interact with the ribosome, resulting in the inhibition of protein production. This ultimately renders the target gene nonfunctional, leading to cell death.
To treat cancer, SOT targets genes responsible for anti-apoptotic signals within cancer cells, regulating programmed cell death (apoptosis). Through this approach, RGCC utilizes advanced equipment and technology to identify specific gene sequences of infectious agents and cancer cells. This involves drawing the patient’s blood at Dr. Bloem’s office to isolate pathogens and circulating cancer stem cells (CSCs). RGCC’s unique verification process cross-references these gene sequences with an international genetics database, ensuring the creation of precise SOT and maximizing treatment success.
Notably, SOT solely impacts the targeted genes and does not interfere with normal human cells, tissues, or organs. RGCC crafts the SOT by identifying the replication genes responsible for cell replication, developing an anti-copy (antisense strand) to these genes. This complementary copy halts the replication process.
Employing miRNA (micro RNAs), RGCC influences specific gene expressions without altering the genetic structure. The anti-copy is then encapsulated with synthetic messenger RNA (mRNA), enabling it to penetrate the target cells effectively. Through replication, approximately 500 million to 1 billion copies of SOT molecules are produced. Afterward, the SOT is shipped to Dr. Bloem’s office for administration, and it continues to work for around six months following intravenous infusion.
We recommend regular follow-up testing to monitor the resolution of infections and to assess the decrease in cancer stem cells (CSCs) in cancer patients.
It’s crucial to emphasize that each infection requires a unique SOT, and patients with multiple infections may need more than one treatment. Usually, only one SOT treatment is necessary per infection, though in some cases, a second treatment may be required approximately six months later.
SOT is available for Lyme disease and co-infections (Borrelia, Babesia, and Bartonella):
Other Tick-Borne Bacterial Diseases
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)
SOT functions by terminating the gene replication sequences of infections, thereby halting their lifecycle and eliminating them from the body. In cases where a patient has multiple active infections, each infection will require separate SOT treatments.It’s important to note that SOT is not an immune treatment, as it does not modify the immune system. Thanks to its high compatibility with the patient, side effects are typically minimal. Potential side effects may include headaches, body aches, general malaise, sweating, diarrhea, cough, and low-grade fever (usually ≤101°F), as well as mild to moderate flu like symptoms. These symptoms typically resolve within 24-48 hours, with some cases taking up to a week at most.
For cancer treatment with SOT, the therapy induces rapid apoptosis in circulating tumor cells (CTCs), circulating cancer stem cells (CSCs), primary tumor cells, and metastatic tumors. Moreover, it has the ability to penetrate the blood-brain barrier, interfering with the replication ability of these cells. Before administering SOT, we recommend a PET/CT, CT, or MRI scan to assess the extent of cancer, especially for metastasis. This information allows for personalized dosing and timing of the SOT, reducing the risk of adverse reactions. It’s important to be cautious in cases of cancer with metastasis, as it could lead to Tumor Lysis Syndrome (TLS), a potentially life-threatening condition.
We have been offering SOT to our patients since 2020. Because we have seen good results, it has become an important part of Dr. Bloem’s integrative treatment protocols for patients with chronic infections and for patients with a cancer diagnosis.