Immunopower vitamin supplement

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Immunopower vitamin supplement

by Anthony_S_2 on Thu Nov 07, 2002 12:00 AM

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Does anyone have experience with using the Immunopower vitamin supplement as recommended in Patrick Quillin's book "Beating Cancer with Nutrition"? (expensive - about $500/month)

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by Jim_T on Mon Dec 23, 2002 12:00 AM

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I would also like to know about this. I checked out the price and it is very expensive. My husband has Stage 4 esophageal cancer. Rather than immunopower, he is taking a high protein shake every morning -Ultramet - with 41 grams of protein (cancer patients need much more protein than non-cancer patients) and tons of vitamins and minerals. He started taking 1 a day at breakfast right when he learned he had the cancer. Although esophageal cancer is very aggressive and the dr. said he would have 6 months to live, the cancer has not progressed at all and it's been 5 months already. He is also taking antioxidant vitamins A, C, E, Selenium, Grapeseed and juicing carrots and taking Barley Green. We have changed our diet dramatically - very little red meat, little sugar, little white flour, sea salt not regular salt. He's drinking green tea and listening to motivational tapes. We're not sure what is helping but we'll continue to do this for now as it seems to be working. But if you find out more about Immunopower, I would be very interested in it. I wish insurance companies would pay for it. I don't think it is a scam as I checked out Dr. Quillins credentials and he seems legit.

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by David_D_1 on Fri Aug 08, 2003 12:00 AM

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Likewise, I would very much like to hear the results from taking immunopower! Also, has anyone heard of Polymva! The website is--Polymva.com! Would also like someones opinion on this! Especially yours, Jim T! Thanks! David

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by Sattamander on Tue May 22, 2007 12:00 AM

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I have read Dr. Quillin's book "Beating Cancer With Nutrition"  and I must admit that through my research on the topic of cancer "helps" he has included almost all of the substances that tend to show promise in fighting cancer.  My biggest question would be what is the source of the ingredients, ie natural or synthetic?  To this no info is given.  As to the cost they are right in saying it will cost you a lot more if you try to purchase the ingredients one by one.  Another question I would have is about the synergy of the ingredients being taken all together at once.  It is well documented that you do NOT take Vitamin E with Iron.  Plus I wonder if Dr. Quillin has any studies to show the benefits of taking this formula which he himself created and sells, with surprisingly is not mentioned in the book.

In short you might want to see Dr. Ralph Moss' site for more info on alternative healing.  What I have found is that 10,000mg of vitamin C has a strong backing along with AHCC (mushroom extracts) and the "dreaded" laetrile".  All have been shown to help fight cancer in numerous studies.  Bovine cartilage has shown to be very helpful though I am not sure as to any clinical studies.

I am surprised that there are not more entries here on the subject of Immunopower.  That in itself concerns me.

My qualifications?  I have been fighting cancer for 11 years now and have pretty much chased down all reasonable "cures" that have surfaced in those last years. Regretfully I have just learned that most modern laetrile products (Amygdalin) are not close to the potency of the original that Dr Krebs developed.  This is disheartening since laetrile has strong studies showing that along with a healthy controlled diet it has a better "cure" rate than any chemo product.  Read Dr Binzel's book "Alive and Well" for more info.

Hope this helps some.

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by John_USMC on Thu May 14, 2009 12:00 AM

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I have been taking the maintenance dose of immunopower for about a year now.  I buy the larger quantity to keep the cost at about $80 per month.  Immunopower maintenance dose supplements are working for me.  My brief history: radical prostatectomy in 1999, radiation and hormone therapy in 2005.  My psa level started to climb again after the hormone injections wore off, so I made radical lifestyle changes.  Hardcore nutrition changes with exercise and supplements.  After a couple of years of trial and error and regular psa tests, I finally figured out how to control my psa level.  My oncologist says I am the only guy he has ever seen who can control a rising psa with nutrition and lifestyle changes.  I like to think that immunopower has helped as far as the supplements are concerned.  They have everything in it, plus more, than I was taking individually and it's cheaper. 

Now for the rest of my story:  My conclusions (opinions) learned the hard way. Needle biopsies release cancer cells into the blood stream.  SUGAR feeds cancer cells.  A strong immune system kills cancer cells.  Radiation damages the immune system.  Soy raises psa levels.  Sugar raises psa levels.  Wine raises psa levels.  Pure distilled spirits do not raise psa levels but don't help the immune system either.  In order to beat cancer you must starve the cancer cells of sugar and strengthen the immune system.  Not easy.  The only sugar that is ok are those high in anti-oxidants like blueberries, blackberries and pure fresh orange juice.  I sweeten everything with stevia.  Stevia is the only safe sweetener and it does not make my psa go up.  Essiac tea seems to help also.  I have lots of other trial and error stuff for anyone that is interested.  My psa is now 0.07 and slowly dropping.  Undetectible is my goal.  I don't believe that the cancer cells will ever totally be gone but at least I can control it.

 

 

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by teresep on Sat Apr 30, 2011 11:04 PM

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On May 14, 2009 12:00 AM John_USMC wrote:

I have been taking the maintenance dose of immunopower for about a year now.  I buy the larger quantity to keep the cost at about $80 per month.  Immunopower maintenance dose supplements are working for me.  My brief history: radical prostatectomy in 1999, radiation and hormone therapy in 2005.  My psa level started to climb again after the hormone injections wore off, so I made radical lifestyle changes.  Hardcore nutrition changes with exercise and supplements.  After a couple of years of trial and error and regular psa tests, I finally figured out how to control my psa level.  My oncologist says I am the only guy he has ever seen who can control a rising psa with nutrition and lifestyle changes.  I like to think that immunopower has helped as far as the supplements are concerned.  They have everything in it, plus more, than I was taking individually and it's cheaper. 

Now for the rest of my story:  My conclusions (opinions) learned the hard way. Needle biopsies release cancer cells into the blood stream.  SUGAR feeds cancer cells.  A strong immune system kills cancer cells.  Radiation damages the immune system.  Soy raises psa levels.  Sugar raises psa levels.  Wine raises psa levels.  Pure distilled spirits do not raise psa levels but don't help the immune system either.  In order to beat cancer you must starve the cancer cells of sugar and strengthen the immune system.  Not easy.  The only sugar that is ok are those high in anti-oxidants like blueberries, blackberries and pure fresh orange juice.  I sweeten everything with stevia.  Stevia is the only safe sweetener and it does not make my psa go up.  Essiac tea seems to help also.  I have lots of other trial and error stuff for anyone that is interested.  My psa is now 0.07 and slowly dropping.  Undetectible is my goal.  I don't believe that the cancer cells will ever totally be gone but at least I can control it.

 

 

John, my father is newly diagnosed with stage 2 multiple myeloma & I am looking for as much advice as possible on beating cancer through nutrition. MM is cancer in the plasma cells, which directly affects the bones. It sounds to me like you have done extensive research and experimenting of your own. If possible, I am interested in any other findings you are willing to share. Thanks in advance. Terese

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by AnneCharles on Mon May 02, 2011 11:28 AM

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On Nov 07, 2002 12:00 AM Anthony_S_2 wrote:

Does anyone have experience with using the Immunopower vitamin supplement as recommended in Patrick Quillin's book "Beating Cancer with Nutrition"? (expensive - about $500/month)

This is very interesting.  I will try to apply this.  The hospital has been giving my husband coffee & coke soda.  Is this good or bad for him to drink?

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by booklady on Fri Jul 15, 2011 03:35 AM

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After 4 years of sliding down the protate cancer becoming bone cancer road, and having my husband so weak he could hardly get out of bed, I was looking for a miracle. I found Patrick Quillin's book two months ago and started following his nutrition program, ordered Immuno 4.0, started hydrogen peroxide therapy and a new type of chemo (zytiga). His PSA was 136. In the past 6 weeks it has dropped to 37.6 and he feels better every day. It is a miracle as far as we are concerned, and worth far more than the $218 per month it costs!

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by sue3625 on Mon Jan 21, 2013 06:25 PM

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I just found out that Immunopower and EZ are no longer available. Would you happen to know on another similar supplement? I am also concerned about the needle biopsy my husband just had. We are just starting on this journey and I have a huge learning curve ahead. 

-Sue

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by John_USMC on Mon Jan 21, 2013 08:49 PM

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I switched over to Dr. Mercola's vitamins and supplements.  In my opinion, the needle biopsy let the cancer out of the box in my situation.  I've had the radical, the radiation, the hormone therapy.  All reduced the psa for awhile.  Now I am controlling my psa with nutrition changes.  Zero sugar.  No simple carbs, only complex carbs.  Juice my dark veggies.  Eat organic chicken breasts.  I had all mercury amalgams replaced and my psa dropped by 1/3.  It's all about boosting the immune system and starving the cancer cells.

 

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