My sister-in-law recently got the news that her colon cancer has returned. She is now stage II, and has been offered the 'option' of having the rest of her colon removed and a colostomy bag. She politely declined. She is now prepared to try alternative protocols, and as a loudmouthed and arrogant (or so I'm reliably informed) champion of safer and less destructive natural cures, she has come to me for advice.
So I'm trying to put together a regimen for her that I think she has a realistic chance of sticking to. I want to combine or 'borrow' from several compatible protocols rather than rely on just the one, but there are well over 200 such protocols in the altmed community from which to choose. I'm familiar with most of them - at least by name if not in detail, but I want to be able to narrow that list down to perhaps half a doz. or so of the best protocols. I'm not looking for 'academic' recommendations as such. I'm more than capable of carrying out some basic due diligence in that respect. For example, I'm familiar with many of the major sites, such as MRA, CancerTutor, TTAC, etc etc. I'm much more interested in what worked for you. So if you are a colon cancer survivor (or know someone who is), I very much want to hear from you.
The choice facing me is a simple one. Either I help my sister-in-law fully recover from her cancer, or else I'll be forced to admit that alternative cancer cures are hit or miss at best, or just so much snake oil at worst. I'm hoping to be able to report here in due course that she is living proof of the efficacy of 'our' answer to lamestream medicine.
Let those personal testimonies start rolling in.
Thanks for the response and link para. I''ll check it out.
Yep, we're well aware of the vit D3 connexion, and my aim is to get her on the max RDI, which I believe is around 10k IU per day + 30min exposure of 40% skin surface area to sunlight in the early afternoon. I'm also investigating Cellect-Budwig, Turmeric & Cumin, live culture yoghurts & probiotics, and apricot kernels (Laetrile) - as well as a few other supplements such as astaxanthin, zinc, vit. C and coral calcium. I might even look at CBD and Frankincense essential oils. I also found some colon cancer survival stories on TTAC, so I'll be checking those out too in due course, as well as any others I might find in my research.
If it works, the only downside of the scattergun approach is that we won't know which part of the regimen is responsible for her cure, but I'm more interested in her full recovery than playing Russian roulette with her life. When I've worked out a full regimen for her, I'll post it up here if it returns good results after her next batch of tests.
Unfortunately, I hadta rule out Essiac tea early on coz it both stimulates peristalsis and exacerbates some gut issues from which she suffers. Shame, coz I was quite keen to start her on it immediately, but I don't wanna make her life harder than it already is. I've also ruled out Protocel for other reasons - mainly lack of compatibility with almost every other protocol. As for Dr Hulda Clark - last time I investigated her around 3-4 years ago I reached the conclusion that she was a quack. I've seen nothing since to change that opinion, and I'm not inclined to revisit her or waste any more time on her at this stage.
I am much more impressed by Drs Max Gerson & Nicholas Gonzales, and even Harry Hoxsey. I intend to incorporate the main (or at least some) elements of their protocols if I can source the herbs & enzymes, etc., used in their protocols.
Have you been to the following site which is published by Dquixote1217 a member of this forum?
You might look at liposomal essential oils which can help destroy blood pathogens and they might help if combined with Efflux Pump Inhibitors, Quorum Sensing Inhibitors and Enzymes. There is one place which can seriously disrupt methylation processes which help supress cancer cell growth along with helping the body to detox.
A very good yahoo group about liposomes which contains a lot of info in the files section.
I have never had cancer but my mother died of breast cancer. She did very briefly try Essiac tea, not that it did much good. The doctors burned her, poisoned her with chemo and cut her and then sent her home to die.
Best of luck for your sister in law.
Someone mentioned Hoxey.
Err........ that would be me.
I'm familiar with most of those sites, names and protocols, and my sister-in-law is already on some of them. The plan is to gradually widen the 'repertoire', so I'll be checking out all those links in due course.
That's a pretty good summary of some of our more effective protocols, so thanks for your input Joe. Appreciated.