Protocell

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Protocell

by Undertherainbow on Wed Apr 06, 2005 12:00 AM

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Does anyone have info about protocell, good or bad feedback, my niece is taking this and having good results, however my friend has just been diagnosed with cancer and is considering taking it and would like to speak with someone else who may have taken it. My niece is 10 my friend is 50. Thanks for any feedback

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by Lisat on Mon Jul 11, 2005 12:00 AM

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This is a little different but our friend takes it and he's about 50 and found out that cancer was throughout his dogs body. So he started giving it to his dog. When the dog gots its next xray the doctor could not believe that he had no more cancer in his body. I am now going to purchase it even though we do not have cancer it will help to prevent it.

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by Goodolegagirl on Thu Nov 03, 2005 12:00 AM

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My Father has just passed away from pancreatic cancer. He had surgery when they found it. Removed it, started to give him the chemo and such...a few months later. A small mass has returned. My mom went online and found protocell. She gave him the amounts he needed. A bit later went back for tests. The small mass was gone and they were all shocked had to go back and look at all the films from before as well. When my dad died...he was still taking chemo cause later they did find cancer cells in fluid drained from around his lungs. Still taking protocell as well and still no masses found. After his week off of his chemo treatment, it was time to start a 2 week run with it. A few days into that was when he got bad. My mom thinks had he not taken the chemo and felt bad he prob would have lived 8-12 months...with no mass found...She gives thanks for finding protocell..though he did die, she feels the protocell is more than worth trying for anyone! Best Wishes Manda

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by Catalog on Mon May 08, 2006 12:00 AM

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Where can I purchase Protocell,where on the web can I find it. Whats there website,Ive looked for hours and cannot find a site for PROTOCELL> Please help me,my aunts life depends on it!! Thankyou. Please email me

Scott do a Google Search

by Johnybaja on Tue May 09, 2006 12:00 AM

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There are a ton of sites for Protocell. go to www.google.com and get their search engine site and type in protocell. Patti

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by Snowman on Tue Jul 04, 2006 12:00 AM

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The following URL contains the results of an informal study of Protocel: . http://alternativecancer.us/effectivity.htm . About Prevention Even the FDA has agreed that antioxidants act as cancer preventatives. Cantron and Protocel are some of the most powerful antioxidants so they can be used as a preventative, but some people don’t like them because they are not natural treatments. When taking them as a preventative, you don’t have to avoid all the things that interfere with them. . Paw Paw and Graviola are not good preventatives they seem to target your fast growing digestive system cells. . Ellagic acid is a good preventative for these cancers: Breast, Cervical, Colon, Esophageal, lukemia, Liver, Lung, Pancreatic, Prostate, Skin, and Tongue . Cesium chloride with potassium is a good general preventative as is laetrile. All together, that makes five alternative cancer treatments that act to prevent cancer. Which one will work best with you unique body chemistry? Once again, the only way to tell is to test each on your body. . Wearing Brassieres for Extended Periods An extensive study of over 4700 women (2056 previously diagnosed with breast cancer, 2674 never diagnosed with breast cancer) was run by authors Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer that indicated a positive correlation between breast cancer and the length of time that women wore bras per day. . Those who wore a bra all day-long (defined in the study as any period more than 12 hours) had statistically 21 times greater risk of breast cancer than those who only wore a bra for only part of the day (defined in the study as any period up to 12 hours). Women who wore their bras all day and night (essentially 24 hours per day) had a 5 times greater chance of developing breast cancer than those who wore it all day-long. The study conjectured that wearing a bra may constrict the flow of lymph fluid in the breast, which then causes the higher risk of breast cancer. Lymph fluid is the natural watery fluid which surrounds and bathes cells in body tissues. . Lymph fluid carries disease-fighting cells and helps remove accumulated toxins, some of which may be carcinogenic (cancer-causing). The impaired flow of lymph fluid is thought to allow toxins to build up, thus causing breast tissue cells to be exposed to higher concentrations of cancer-causing toxins for longer periods of time. The study suggested that women wear their bras for fewer hours, thus giving their breasts time to "recover" and also not wearing bras that feel constrictive or tight. . For more details on the study, conducted by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer, see their book Dressed to Kill, (Avery Publishing Group, New York, 1995). ISBN 0-89529-664-0. Available from The Naturist Society, P.O. Box 132, Oshkosh, WI 54902, Tel. 414-426-5009. Sunlight In the 15 June 2005 issue of Cancer Research , the researchers, at Northern California Cancer Center found that men with high sun exposure had half the risk of prostate cancer than did men with low sun exposure. This research may have been started due to a small study in 1959. Jane C Wright, directing cancer research at Bellevue Memorial Medical Center in New York City, was fascinated by the light ideas of John Ott DSc. Advised by Ott, Dr Wright instructed fifteen cancer patients to stay outdoors as much as possible that summer in natural sunlight without wearing their glasses, and particularly without sunglasses. By that Autumn, the tumors in 14 of 15 had not grown, and some patients had got better. Ott wondered why the fifteenth had not benefited. He discovered that this woman had not fully understood the instructions - while she had not worn sunglasses, she had continued to wear her prescription glasses. This blocking of UV into her eyes was enough to stop the benefits enjoyed by the other fourteen. . No Association between Melanoma and UV Exposure From the February 2006 Newsletter of the Vitamin D Council . A large, multi-center European study, perhaps the best study ever done on the subject, "found no association between melanoma and risk factors related to UV exposure such as sunbed use, sunbathing, or number of weeks of holidays in sunny areas." In fact, the authors found sunbed use was associated with a small decreased risk for melanoma! They also found that sun bathing and sunburns were not associated with melanoma. Fair skin and the number of moles were the major risk factor for melanoma, not sunbeds, and sunshine. They even found some evidence of decreasing risk with increasing sunbed use, concluding "The observed decrease in risk (of melanoma) with increasing use (of sunbeds) suggest either a protective effect or could be explained by recall bias with cases under reporting their true exposure." Eur J Cancer. 2005 Sep;41(14):2141-9 . Vitamin D From the Vitamin D Council web site: Most people are know about vitamin D and calcium absorption however, few are aware of the recent research on vitamin D and the widening range of therapeutic applications available for cholecalciferol, which can be classified as both a vitamin and a pro-hormone. . Dosage We now realize that the Food and Nutrition Board's previously defined Upper Limit (UL) for safe intake at 2,000 IU/day was set far too low and that the physiologic requirement for vitamin D in adults may be as high as 5,000 IU/day, which is less than half of the >10,000 IU that can be produced endogenously with full-body sun exposure. References: Vieth R. Vitamin D supplementation, 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations, and safety. Am J Clin Nutr. 1999;69(5):842-56. And: Heaney RP, Davies KM, Chen TC, Holick MF, Barger-Lux MJ. Human serum 25-hydroxycholecalciferol response to extended oral dosing with cholecalciferol. Am J Clin Nutr.2003;77(1):204-10. . A Good Prevention for Many Diseases With the discovery of vitamin D receptors in tissues other than the gut and bone—especially the brain, breast, prostate, and lymphocytes—and the recent research suggesting that higher vitamin D levels provide protection from diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, depression, several autoimmune diseases, and cancers of the breast, prostate, and colon, we can now utilize vitamin D for a wider range of preventive and therapeutic applications to maintain and improve health. Reference: Holick MF. Vitamin D: importance in the prevention of cancers, type 1 diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Am J Clin Nutr. 2004;79(3):362-71. . Cancer Rates Dramatically Reduced From the Knowledge of Health web site: Researchers at the University of California San Diego wrote a report that reviewed 63 published papers. The report revealed that cancer rates can be dramatically reduced by raising blood levels of vitamin D beyond dietary levels with the use of vitamin pills. Large portions of human populations, especially in northern latitudes and people with darkly-pigmented skin, have very low circulating levels of vitamin D. Therapeutic use of vitamin D in active cases of cancer has been shown to reduce or stabilize PSA in some prostate cancer patients. [Nutrition Cancer 51:32-6, 2005] Click here to read the full report on the Knowledge of Health web site**. . Vitamin D Is Cheap The federal daily recommended dose of 400 UI has been strongly criticized as being way too low. The lower recommended daily dose of 2000 UI only costs $5 for 120 pills (two months) 4 cents per pill. . The higher recommended size 5000 UI only costs $22 for 250 pills (four months) 9 cents per pill (a better buy per UI).

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by Aileen on Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:00 AM

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My husband has been taking Protocel for about a month. He has also been taking chemo treatments. So far, he has been getting good results but we are not sure if it is because of the chemo or the Protocel. The chemo has been very hard on him and I would love to be able to stop that. Is anyone getting good results from only Protocel?

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by Alisonsalska on Fri Mar 30, 2007 12:00 AM

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Please can you help me find a website to buy this.  I am in the UK. Thanks

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by Information on Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 3/30/2007 Alisonsalska wrote:

Please can you help me find a website to buy this.  I am in the UK. Thanks

Hi Alison,

I buy it from Nutrition 2000. Their web site is www.nutrition2000.com. Their phone number is 800-558-9697.

Another place is www.webnd.com but this place is more expensive.

I hope I am not too late with this information for you. I just found your message.

 

 

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by loverofdog on Wed Sep 19, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hi, Thank you for sending in your message.  My dog has cancer too and I was wondering if I could treat him with the same protocel that I am using for my breast cancer? How did you administer the protocel to your dog?  How did you manage to get him to take enough water?

 

Thank you again.  Suzanne 

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