Researchers still found 'excellent' survival rates for both primary, secondary disease
by Mike_S on Thu Mar 13, 2003 12:00 AM
by Sunsetbaby on Wed Mar 16, 2005 12:00 AM
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by Sonny20 on Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:00 AM
On 3/16/2005 Sunsetbaby wrote:Protocel is awesome stuff, I suggest you do your research, look up all you can about Protocel and survivors of cancer and other immune deficient diseases. Protocel can only do the body good. Get online and search thru Google. There are lots of links - my dad had brain tumor stage 4, he took Protocel, it helped my dad, the tumor was lycing, and and helped prolonged his life by years, but my dad was up in age, and he got to a point that he just gave up. But the Protocel was working, it will kill cancer, it helps the body's natural, built in healing and restorative mechanisms in lycing (breaking down) cancer and other diseased, anaerobic cells. It’s real important that you do your research, chemo will hurt a person before helping, I did my research when my dad was sick, and I sure learned a lot. If you need help locating let me know. You won't regret it. Protocel has no side affects like chemo. There are survivors out there, you just need to find them.
I have a friend who has a brain tumor. She doesn't have a lot of money. Did you purchase it at a good price? And where did you purchase it from?Thanks
by RickyOno on Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:00 AM
Renewal & Wellness is a company that sells the product, that is where I bought some back in '02: here is their website: http://www.webnd.com/protocel.php
And here is a page with info specifically on the product. The price is $120, the same as it was when I bought some back then: http://www.webnd.com/catalog.php?cataction=product&categ
That amount should last at least a month. Not dirt cheap, but not to the point where most people are going to be mortgaging their homes to stay alive.
Long story short, my mom had severe breast cancer that was treated successfully by regular means, then crossed over into the spinal column where it finished her in a matter of weeks. I tried to get my mom treated with Protocel, but the effort didn't last long, not least of which because she was already in hospice and I basically had to sneak it into her room four times a day (without the support of our family, which was basically in the "It's all in God's hands" mode). My mom was only on this for a short period of time (less than a week), so no conclusions can be drawn. I did learn of some success stories in the course of my research before my mom agreed to start taking it. Now, my mom was getting outstanding treatment at the Cleveland Clinic and pursued that course of action first, as well she should have. She only started taking this when the chemo failed. So it would be hypocritical and irresponsible of me to urge your friend to pursue this instead of other treatments, but if she's at the same bleak place my mom was at where it seems like there's nothing to lose, then by all means she should try this.
Thoughts and prayers,
by TheBreastStaysPut on Sun Apr 06, 2008 12:00 AM
On 3/13/2003 Mike S. wrote:My husband has stage 4 cancer of the stomach and someone has given us a packet on a product called "Protocel". I am interested if anyone out there has heard of it or better yet, tried it. Please contact me if you know something about this? Thanks, Marci
I was diagnosed by core needle biopsy with a positive esgtrogen driven breast cancer in January of 2004. I refused all conventional therapy and used only Protocel to recover. I had been told without having a mastectomy, and probably a double I was going to die a horrid death. I had already heard about Protocel and the impressive track record it has of effectiveness for cancer of all types. Therefore mutilation and poisoning was the last thing I could have consented to. I had a beautiful recovery with Protocel! I recommend it to everyone! In fact -- I wrote a book about my recovery with Protocel.
"The Breast Stays Put: No Chemo-No Radiation-No Lumpectomy-No Thank You"
that was just released February of this year. You can read more about my story on my informative website at
where I tell more about my story, optimal Protocel usage and I provide prevention and treatment information.
To your good health!
Pamela Hoeppner, author of "The Breast Stays Put" (You may contact me through my message center on my website if you have questions.)
by IMThankfull on Fri May 09, 2008 12:00 AM
I have been on Protocel for 2 months in treatment of breast and ovarian cancer. I had my first set of cancer marker tests last week and they have both come back normal! I have not had any chemo or rads (although the doctors stated that I needed both).
While I cannot say these will be the same results for others, Protocel has been working for me. I will continue on it for some time more to ensure that I have effectively dealth with any remaining problems in my system.
My onc has also requested a PET scan and ultrasound next week to see what has happened with my ovarian tumors. I am hopeful that based on the normal CA-125, they are either gone or greatly reduced in size.
by Yaredream on Wed May 28, 2008 12:00 AM
Hi, my son was diagnosed with Thalamic Glioma in December 2008. He had surgery, radiation and now he is in chemo treatment with Temodar. As per the doctors people with this type of tumor don't leave more than 5 years because it keeps coming back. So far it looks like the tumor remaining is stable.
Anyone has any advised on Protocel for this type of cancer?
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