I was told I had a "large-celled anaplastic lymphoma" about 5 years back, a somewhat rare but "treatable" cancer following the usual radiation then
As the cancer was a form of skin cancer, looked like a rash on my back, I went with the radiation treatment. I refused the chemo as I was told there
was no way to test if the chemo was effective...so why bother.
I went with the baking soda route with a limited dosage being over 55 years old. I was told that this "acid environment" took time to address as it
took time for it to develop.
A second lesion occurred on my arm about two months later, received radiation again, which again killed the cancer.
Note. As this was a skin lesion, there was little invasiveness to the radiation which would have caused collateral damage in deeper tumors, I went
that route as well as the baking soda.
I then received info that suggested the high acid levels were due to a mineral shortage which stopped the cells from keeping the blood from remaining
acidic, this cleaning occurs during the sleep periods.
I then added a "ionic mineral" drops to my regimen, I maintained the baking soda to cover both theories.
As Lymphoma is an immune system "issue", apparently, I lessened my work hours and started avoiding heavy fatigue and lowered the stress levels.
Add it all up, I've had no recurrence of the Lymphoma is 3 years....at least so far. As I get older and the immune system degrades, it's possible it
Bottom line is I'm not sure what combination assisted me and what time it took to improve the situation.
I do know that there's no set handling outside the rigid medical protocols that assures success for everyone.
But as my Oncologist said, "it can't hurt". There's no reason not to try, that I can see.
Don't expect any such advice from a Doctor as once he wavers from hospital protocols, he personally become liable if a "suggestion" doesn't work...his
insurance, no longer the hospital's.
That suggests not a conspiracy but a systemic issue that lays at the bedrock of the medical industry. IMHO.
GL if you try it.
edit on 14-10-2013 by nwtrucker because: added information
edit on 14-10-2013 by nwtrucker because: grammar