Another on the list of cures.
My woman is doing chemo, post full mastectomy w/most lymph nodes.
She is bald. Her bones ache, nautia, watery eye, fingernails turning black, her neck, spine and joints crack with a hollow sound, she has hot
flashes, constipation, and a number of other "side-effects".
Before chemo, they draw blood to make sure there are no problems with the therapy. Then, She goes to the pharmacy and gets 3 pills called Emends.
She takes one, then in 45 minutes she can get the chemo poisons fed into her body.
Then She takes one the following day, goes for a immune white blood shot, and the last one the next following day. Those three pills, every two weeks
are $388.60, (That's the kind of pills I want to sell.); plus she has two pain meds, stool softeners (she calls them "Poop Pills"), Nautia Pills,
and some others. She has to have Physical Therapy for the "permanent" numbness and restricted movement and weakness of her arm where the lymph
nodes were removed as well.
After 6 Months (the last 3 are weekly with different chemo poison), she has almost 2 months of daily radiation to look forward to. About that time,
she will get her skin stretched for reconstructive surgury (pending no further complications). They say that hurts. Like a shoe stretcher under your
anyhew, I've ate and chat everything I could find for awhile, where My Woman insists on not researching any of it. She feels that the more she
knows, the worse it will effect her. I must admit, the healthcare folk show suprise that she has not missed one treatment. (I guess that is not very
common). She is also on an experimental chemo treatment. They are testing different combo's , dosage, and time intervals with her. Last week, they
increased the feed time on some fluids and gave her a pressure headache. I thought it was quicker than usual. But they assured her that it will only
last a few hours as the drip was slowed down, for the last bit of the IV's.
The Gerson Diet was interesting. Documentary on youtube..(11 parts) Heres link to part 1:
Then there was the University of Alberta, in '07 promising work using Dichloroacetic Acid (DCA). read more research here at U of Alberta DCA
Here is the EPA link to a well documented TOX Review on DCA as well.
Then, I just read this book:
The Cancer Cure That Worked!
(fifty years of suppression)
in online video format, stop the page and each advances every 3 seconds. This I had heard of but the details in this read make it more believable due
to the cast of charactors.
It's basically about refractive light requency and equivilent sound frequency for the kill. Debunked by piers? Kendall with Rifes Microscope vs.
Zinsser, Rivers, Rhoads and Rockefeller. a great read.
My 2nd favorite this year after reading "Loyd's Tomb".
It bothers me that someone has to have their head up your arse constantly and all over how much they can milk out of people, which is by the way fine
with me, except for the head part and the suppression/illegalization of other alternatives to BigPharmaDrugs.
Hemp could replace Petroleum, trees for paper, and about 20,000 other uses. Same thing. From mandatory farming it to illegalizing it because it was
to common to market in the wealth-hording style the PTB demands.
B-17 is another. Got Appricot? Guess what is illegal..the raw seed. WOW.
Codex ala Mode!
If the choices were there and not withheld by threats of breaking laws, people could try what works for them possibly without feeding poisons and
cutting our bodies.
I dare say that the procedure that is common place (surgical tumor removal and pills, IV's and the fancy named drugs that flow in to a cancer victims
body does seem to work. Irradication by mutilation, but hey, survival is up...what...about 1% (+/- 2%) from the early 1900's?
High 5's around.
I realize that the onocologist, surgeon, healthcare pro's are all wonderful caring folk and are doing great things with their mainstream ways, so I
am thankful that my woman may not only survive this, but when she gets reconstructive surgery, she plans on getting bigger breasts.
She says, "I'm getting something out of all this".
P.S., I had no input on this decision, although I'll test them out when the time comes.
If only there was another, less invasive way.