posted on Jun, 17 2013 @ 07:25 PM
Dear OP I'm sorry to hear of your dad's illness. I am not a doctor and have never had cancer, but I've had enough relatives and friends fight
cancer to have an opinion.
A close friend of mine my same age (late 40s) got thyroid cancer a few years back and got it removed. In that case they were able to remove all the
cancer but tried to get her in for chemo. She refused, and instead decided to treat herself mostly by diet alone. It has been several years and she is
in great health. She follows the Dr. Budwig protocol, which is simply a few recipes you make weekly (hi speed blended cottage cheese with fresh
flaxseed oil, then add some fruit and a touch of agave, I usually chill it for 20 min, tasty and prevents/removes cancer supposedly):
She also has done several detoxes and intestinal cleanses (daily doses of activated charcoal and psyllium husks orally), and takes huge doses of Vit
D3 specifically (6,000-8,000 IU daily). Also metal chelators a few times a week every few months. There is something to the D3 as well as the specific
combo of flaxseed and the sulfur content in the cottage cheese that makes it a water soluable fat, which the body uses to package toxins up for
expelling. Flaxseed without this process is just oil and gets passed
I've read great things about liposimal Vit C relating to cancer also, but haven't had personal experience yet, so always research it first.
I had another friend go through major colon cancer surgery and long treatment of chemo, he was young and strong willed and made it through fine. He
did none of the above "alternative" treatments and seems to be back to 90% of his former self. But his cancer was very different and involved
All I know for certain is to stay positive and be as cheerfully optimistic as you can manage. Get ready with some new jokes or good comedy because
laughter heals my friend. I truly wish you and your dad the very best