Whats with this nitrogen?

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Whats with this nitrogen?

by vwxyz on Fri Feb 01, 2013 02:46 AM

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Has anyone heard of nitrogen boosting the immune system or helping in the fight of cancer?         J.

RE: Whats with this nitrogen?

by jon4156 on Sat Feb 02, 2013 03:51 AM

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In what context?  Air is 78% nitrogen and enters our lungs with each breath.

RE: Whats with this nitrogen?

by vwxyz on Sat Feb 02, 2013 05:28 AM

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I met the parents of Billie Best at the church I attended, and they swear by the 714x because of the nitrogen sulfer content and essiac tea, plus juicing and good healthy diet along with radiation and chemo treatments. They said it boosted the immune system. A woman brought her 18 year old daughter in who was sent home to die after nothing would work with a huge lemon size carcinoma tumor from her brain and sinus and cheek. The mother was desparate to try anything so started her on juicing, 714x, essiac tea, and the tumor shrunk, disappeared, and her daughter is a healthy woman with no sign of the carcinoma. "I personally would like to meet with all these people" before I form an opinion.  I was told it cannot do any harm.  Wondering what anyone else thought.  It is legal as a last ditch effort in Canada. I was told Dana Farber is looking into it.  I would like to remind people the "standard treatment of radiation and Temodar" was originated by a Canadian Dr. for Oligodendroglioma. He did research because there was not a heck of alot of research for that type of brain tumor.  I was told by Jeffs N.O., the Canadian Dr.s discovery for standard treatment is what MGH uses for their patients.

I don't know if there is a better or equal way to boost the immune system.  Any thoughts that are not radical.  J.

RE: Whats with this nitrogen?

by vwxyz on Sun Feb 03, 2013 07:11 AM

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CORRECTION, WITH A CAPITAL C!:  CAMPHOR BASED, NOT sulfer.  I did not mean to mislead anyone.

RE: Whats with this nitrogen?

by GeeBeeEm on Sun Feb 03, 2013 03:17 PM

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On Feb 02, 2013 5:28 AM vwxyz wrote:

I met the parents of Billie Best at the church I attended, and they swear by the 714x because of the nitrogen sulfer content and essiac tea, plus juicing and good healthy diet along with radiation and chemo treatments. They said it boosted the immune system. A woman brought her 18 year old daughter in who was sent home to die after nothing would work with a huge lemon size carcinoma tumor from her brain and sinus and cheek. The mother was desparate to try anything so started her on juicing, 714x, essiac tea, and the tumor shrunk, disappeared, and her daughter is a healthy woman with no sign of the carcinoma. "I personally would like to meet with all these people" before I form an opinion.  I was told it cannot do any harm.  Wondering what anyone else thought.  It is legal as a last ditch effort in Canada. I was told Dana Farber is looking into it.  I would like to remind people the "standard treatment of radiation and Temodar" was originated by a Canadian Dr. for Oligodendroglioma. He did research because there was not a heck of alot of research for that type of brain tumor.  I was told by Jeffs N.O., the Canadian Dr.s discovery for standard treatment is what MGH uses for their patients.

I don't know if there is a better or equal way to boost the immune system.  Any thoughts that are not radical.  J.

I'm all for last ditch and alternative treatments but feel the need to correct something. The standard protocol of radiation and temozolomide was developed by Roger Stupp, a Swiss doctors - hence the name Stupp protocol. I'm sure this Canadian doctor is good, but sounds like a bit of resume stretching.

RE: Whats with this nitrogen?

by vwxyz on Mon Feb 04, 2013 05:55 AM

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Hum,m. I brought the printout to my sons N.O. and she verified the Canadian Drs. findings is what they go by.  Maybe there were many working to perfect it? 

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