I decided to make this thread in part to offer an answer to this thread; My Dad Has
, and in part to present my views of what happened and how we acted after learning about my dad's cancer.
To begin, my dad was first diagnosed with bladder cancer when he was 40. He had to suffer through many exams and surgeries over the last 25 years
because cancer was always coming back. About 10 years ago, he had to have his prostate removed, again because of cancer.
Overall, he always looked young and was in very good shape. He was a trucker, and was doing aerobics for the last 30 years. He ate a lot at
restaurants, in the last 15 years, often in the US.
But about 2 years ago, he began to show some form of tiredness and he was short on breath.
Being a tough man, he didn't want to consult any doctors, of course. So, 2 summers ago, he woke up one morning and was feeling very weak. Enough
that he got scared and decided to call an ambulance.
He was brought to the hospital, and our journey into weirdness began...
My dad's case was so strange that it will now be part of what doctors working in emergency care have to learn!
First, they had to remove a little over two liters of liquid that was compressing his heart; it was unheard of. He still has heart troubles as it is,
but that is another story.
In the liquid, they found free floating cancer cells. Further examination of my dad showed masses in his bones, liver, lungs, he also has a clot in
one of his lung, a supposed consequence of his heart compression. Also, a major tumor was found on the upper part of his back, around his spine.
Before continuing with what followed, I want to add what happened to him in the two weeks that preceded his entering the emergency.
As I said, he was tired and short of breath. But he was unable to eat; the 2 liters of liquid preventing food from getting properly to his stomach.
So, the little overweight he had melted, as well as his once impressive muscles. In a matter of two weeks he went from an Arnold look to that of a
skinny and frail man.
I'm telling you this because while we searched for things to do to help him, we found many things that were surprising in many ways. When you
happen to lose weight very rapidly, all the contaminants that your body fat has stored are released, up to the point where your body can no longer
manage the elimination of those contaminants. And they form masses elsewhere in the body, leading to other problems, etc.
So, at the time it happened, IgnoranceIsntBliss posted the following thread, which I personally consider a very important piece of information. It is
what began our information gathering journey, and we learned many things from it that we now apply to everyone in the family.
Cancer is DEAD: Cancer cures from A to Z
Doctors had to remove the tumor on my dad's spine before being able to treat him for everything else. So he had to submit to radiotherapy first.
That was a moment I came to realize was kind of miraculous because it allowed us to do something we had not read anywhere else in any literature;
purifying the body!!!
I repeat; Purifying the body!!!
Why? There are many reasons why. Let's begin with the following; my dad was doing a lot of exercises, but eating crappy food in crappy
restaurants. His diet involved nothing that could detoxify or purify his body of crap he ate, and that his body produced, like after any
Also, when you receive chemotherapy, you are injected with dangerous, poisonous chemicals. If your body is already filled with harmful chemicals,
that are giving you cancer, what will be the true interactions of those new chemicals with the ones already in place?
Exactly. Nothing good. You start not with one, but two strikes against you. So the time needed for his radio therapy treatments, that lasted
about 5 weeks were used so he could detoxify and purify his body as much as possible. Restaurants were over, and I personally cooked him his meals
for that period of time, to insure he would eat good things. We didn't use any commercial detoxification products. We figured his already
overtaxed body didn't need any more concentration of whatever.
He needed to eat good, period.
Once the tumor on his spine was successfully destroyed, he began chemotherapy. By then, he was already feeling stronger, though still weaker
compared to his former self.
He explained to us that after receiving chemo treatments, he would basically need to clean everything he touched two times, like his clothes, dishes,
toilets and bath... That was to prevent others from being contaminated by the products, but one important thing was missing from the equation, one
that is probably deadly to many chemo patients: the bed!!!
As chemo patients receive their treatments, they get weak and will spend a whole lot of time in their bed, sweating deadly chemicals in it...
Recontaminating themselves, overall...
We used a mattress protector that he washed twice regularly to help in getting rid of chemicals that would leave his body through sweat.
In our search of information, we also found that those having bladder or prostate cancer were people whose hip region was regularly compressed, like
that of a trucker. So to all truckers, get that part of your body moving as much as you can, to help prevent cancer, yea.
What happened next was strange, as if fate was helping my dad.
He began receiving his chemo treatments. After a few weeks, his doctor told him that chemo was ineffective and he was left with only a few weeks to
live, at best.
So my dad was left unattended for for about 6 weeks. He used that time to try to be a guinea pig in trials of cancer treatments.
When the hospital where he was receiving chemo learned that, they asked him why, since in his medical file it was written he refused treatments and
wished to die!!! His f&*%$g b17$h of a doctor had written that! ( I told my dad he should press charges for murder attempt, but wanted to
concentrate on his fighting the cancers. )
The hospital gave him immediately another doctor, and another form of chemo was tried, but my dad was allergic to it, so there was nothing left to do,
since the first chemo he had received was not effective.
Nonetheless, the doctors convinced him that trying again the first chemo treatment couldn't hurt since there were no other options.
All that time, he kept on his new dietary menu. He began doing again some aerobics, but now eats antioxidants as much as he can. He gained a little
weight and muscle mass.
He recently went to get a scan and what do you know! Masses in his bones have disappeared, masses in his lungs have gone, aside from the remaining
clot, and his liver is almost free of the mass that was detected previously...
Is it one of those miracle cases of science? On one hand, treatments were said to be ineffective, but were given in a not "classical" way,
time-frame speaking. On the other hand, he changed his food habits, from crap to meals done from raw food, focusing on those reported to help fight
his cancers, or cancers in general.
Most of all, he never lost faith he could win this fight.
Don't forget, your body is built with what you give it, and heals with what you give it, and that each case is unique.