Dr. Eugene Blass
Dr. F. M. Eugene Blass is considered to be one of the fathers of oxygen therapy. Dr. Blass believed that a patient's bowel must be cleansed and free of any old impacted fecal matter (hardened mucus toxins) that might impair health, and realized that cancer and other pathogens did not live well in a well-oxygenated environment.
In 1929, while looking for a cure for cancer, and according to some sources working with the great inventor Nikola Tesla in a Paris hotel, Dr. Blass developed a powdered form of stabilized oxygen which was bound to pharmaceutical quality magnesium; this was an improvement on the earlier product Haemozon which was developed in 1898 by two German Doctors, Thauerkauf and Luth. The product, the forerunner of the modern Homozon™, was designed to be a strong source of both magnesium and oxygen which would effectively promote intestinal cleansing to eliminate accumulated hardened mucus waste.
Dr. Blass was murdered outside his house in December 1967 – the same same year and month in which another famous oxygen therapy pioneer, Dr. William Koch, died of poisoning.