Cutting uterus into smaller fragments for minimally invasive removal can disperse undetected malignancy
by rzv1976 on Tue Oct 04, 2011 04:58 PM
my auntie,58 years old,was diagnosticated with stomach cancer in october 2010.Wastold 6 months to live,but she is still alive nowadays.
However,she was getting chemotherapy,and latelly her situation got worse.Few days ago she had blood in her stool and since then she was vomiting blood everyday.Shewas admitted in the hospital.
The doctor said she is in the terminal fase,nothing much can be done according to him.
What I would like to ask is,does anyone know if Protocel or Kelley Therapy might work in such cases?
I read that so-called palliative chemo,such as 5-FU and leukovorin,might help,together with IVC.
Does anyone here know personally someone who got healed from cancer stage 4 using Protocel or homeopathic treatements?
Any advice would be of great help.
by lyncs88 on Thu Oct 13, 2011 02:16 AM
Sorry to hear about your Auntie!
My sister I know personally - she is recovering from metastatic breast cancer using Protocel.
Here is a whole forum dedicated to Protocel users:
w w w . e l o n n a s c o r n e r . c o m <-------without the spaces
You have to sign up first but once you're joined it's a great helpful supportive place where you can ask any questions you like regarding Protocel.
It is AWESOME stuff - as long as it's used properly it will work. THe only thing needed is time. Also, IV vitamin C cannot be used with this.
Another good resource about Protocel is Outsmart your cancer by Tania - Google it!
Hoping you get things sorted. With her being in hospital it would be crucial for you to go in there and make sure she gets her dosage every 4.5 hours or 6 hours depending on whether she would use formula #23 or #50. Once again, on that forum you can find out which to use - or contact the lovely people at VitaminDepot regarding which formula would be better for her.
All the best
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