We are back on solid ground and I was reviewing the information that I have sent, plus reading everyone else's comments. I especially agree with
everything that chr0naut
said, but especially that cancer is a combination of things and I agree with with what DAVID64
eloquently: "Don't just assume you're going to die. Get mad. Fight. Get cured. Tell Cancer to go f*** himself." And what CagliostroTheGreat
said: "Fight it man, kick it's ass. By any means necessary... your name is DeathSlayer, right? Time to slay some damn death." But I think you've
already agreed with them too. Good.
The only comment I disagreed with was the person telling you to stay away from alternative therapies and calling these scams and that you should only
listen to the oncologists. With all due respect, for us this was not a career but a vocation, and we devoted a good solid 10 years to searching out
and implementing such alternatives, from the perspective
of an orthodox trained professional.
If you would allow just one brief paragraph of thread drift, many years ago I accompanied my husband on a house call to a lady whose dog had bone
cancer. At the time, he was a fully licensed, orthodox trained veterinarian, and his alternative skills were limited to acupuncture and homeopathy. He
told this lady that he could amputate the dog's leg or not, and either way, the prognosis for the dog was 6 months. Once we were back in the car, he
smiled and asked me where I would like to go to lunch. I was shocked and appalled at his seemingly heartless and disinterested attitude, but this was
the orthodox training speaking, and when you have nothing or very little to offer, you can't afford to get emotionally involved. I asked him if he
realized what this lady was about to do next as this was her "child" and she would do anything and everything within her power to save him. As such,
she was about to go on line, which was limited back in 1994, and read any alternative article or speak to anyone at a health food store, call a
psychic hot line, listen to neighbors and/or strangers, basically do anything to help save her dog's life. But what medical knowledge did she or any
of these others have; and therefore, what discernment did they have to be able to think something through to know if this even made sense? What I
"suggested" in the way that only a wife can do if the husband knows what's good for him, was that he be the one doing this research and leg work, so
that he could either make better suggestions or even have better resources to offer. In the process we learned that if he did any alternatives, he
would not be covered by his professional liability insurance. At first, I thought it was a conspiracy, but later I realized that the issue was that
they wouldn't know how to defend him. I also learned that the "other side" of the law suit would need to find an expert witness to say that what he
did was wrong. So, I "thunk it through" and came up with the idea that he
should be the expert witness, by sticking to therapies where he was
the first to learn about them and use them, and limit his therapies to those that had actual science behind them and were already demonstrated to be
effective from the physicians on the other side of the fence, since the vet field offered nothing. These trainings were expensive and as we were
dealing with animals, we couldn't charge that much, so we eventually went bankrupt...but it was worth every penny that we didn't have
knowledge is what saved my life later on.
One of my favorite authors said to have the use of all systems but be dependent on none, and this saying has kept us balanced, regardless of the
subject at hand.
Anyway, I wanted to make sure that I got the IPT links to you, and I see that nothing happens when I click on them, so I want to try this again, and
wincing, I hope that I don't have three edits ahead of me. I won't know until I hit Send and we are (obviously) still thinking about you and (not
obvious) praying for you and any and all miracles that are up for grabs.
Oh, by the way of a good example, this man below, Dr. Garcia, is who personally trained my husband in IPT, when it was first introduced to the world.
There were 38 doctors at that initial training from around the world: 37 physicians and 1 vet.
I don't recall how many animals were treated with this, as I was gravely ill soon afterwards from an unrelated event, but to the best of our memory
there were about 7 or 8, but keep in mind that this was just at its inception. Our success rate was 100% with those who finished the treatment. The
only "failure" which was not a failure, was one lady who got cold feet after the first treatment, which was partly due to his being unprepared for how
quickly the cancer cells would die off. He could have made a quick adjustment and managed the case better, but she chose to euthanize instead. The
rest were still holding after one year, at which point we lost track of our clients as we were busy trying to save my life, but off memory, the types
of cancers we reversed were two limb osteosarcomas (bone cancer) in large breed dogs, a Mast Cell Tumor, Transmissible Venereal Tumor, two
Lymphosarcomas and an advanced end stage (3 weeks left to live per the expert veterinary oncologists) rectal adenocarcinoma. That particular case was
an interesting one with one blunder after another before we saw it. After biopsy and histopathology diagnosis, there was a failed surgical removal,
then the patient failed to respond to an extensive series of radiation therapies and then the poor patient demonstrated extensive metastasis to the
lungs and had failed a series of chemotherapy treatments -- all prior to coming to our clinic. (No pressure here!) After IPT, this last case had
remained stable with chest X-rays showing stable or improving lesions, with a pet that was now bright eyed and bushy tailed 7 months into our initial
therapy. Another year later, after all treatment was discontinued, he returned because of a bit of arthritis, and this gave us the opportunity to
confirm that there was no evidence of tumor progression.
Anyway, I hope some real life examples might add some flavor to the otherwise mere theory of these links. The first link is Dr. Garcia's web site and
explanation of IPT and the second link is to a list of all accredited physicians trained in his technique, which you will see includes more than one
in your neighborhood. In fact, you have the President of the European Academy for IPT there for you in Germany. And as I began, so I end, with no
guarantees or promises, but that applies to any and all therapies and also to the choice of no therapies. What matters is that you have choices and I
do believe some really good ones here. Good luck to you, my new Friend.