OK, my husband is 65. He was probably exposed to Agent Orange when he was young, which contributed to his getting diabetes - also the diet he was fed in the service. He's had a quadruple bypass and a spinal tap for a back injury - both service related. He believes he needed neither procedure.
Now, today, he went to his "doctor". The "doctor" told my husband that since he has lost weight, and he's having trouble getting food down, that is definitely esophageal cancer. He's sending him for an endoscopy next week. The doc was practically salivating! (we don't have money, but he has senior insurance)
I have studied and learned how to pull my husband's stomach down. For 3 days, I have done it right - I know I did it right. I could feel the hernia before - now it is lower and more spread out. I learned how to push in the ileocal valve. The days that I did all the procedures, he didn't throw up at all. I only missed one day, and my husband wanted to go out to eat that day (from having feeling better the day before). He threw up all night, but the next day, when I did the procedure, he got instantly better. I just believe that it will take awhile to get everything "in order", but that we are heading in the right direction.
He has no blood coming out anywhere. He asked the doctor for a blood test to see if cancer would show up, and the "doc" said that wouldn't be possible. My husband has had such a blood test before.
My husband is tired and weak from throwing up so much, and he wants to have the procedure, and might be willing to give in to whatever these people want to do to him. He's telling me it will be all right.