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Deuterium Depletion in Blood, Blood Plasma and Neoplasm Tissue From Patients. Diagnosis and Treatment Implication.

Authors: P. Berdea, Stela Cuna, M. Cazacu, M. Tudose
Human blood serum of healthy human is enriched in deuterium compared with the average deuterium content of local drinking water. For human patients heaving different cancer diseases the deuterium content of blood plasma is diminished or close to the average deuterium content of drinking water and more depleted compared with healthy humans. Such a variation of deuterium content of human blood serum is correlated with cancer disease status of the patients.
The variations of deuterium concentration in human fluids as: blood, urine depends on deuterium contents of drinking water and diet. Compared with drinking water, human blood serum in Central Europe is enriched by 300/00 in deuterium. Change of location frequently induces a change in the isotopic content of the blood.
We report here another deuterium fractionation in water deuterium of blood cell from patients with different cancer diseases: the deuterium depletion of blood coagulate compared with blood plasma is correlated with cancer disease status of patient.
More important deuterium depletion is noticed in the blood plasma and the tumour fluid of cancerous patients using deuterium depleted water as driking water.

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