Study shows biggest improvements in people diagnosed between ages 50 and 64
by David_L_4 on Fri Jan 02, 2004 12:00 AM
by Calgal on Mon Jan 16, 2006 12:00 AM
by Akvmk on Sun May 21, 2006 12:00 AM
by Priscillafrank on Fri Apr 06, 2007 12:00 AM
On 5/21/2006 Akvmk wrote:Hi, I think you are Jill, right? I've asked the moderator for your contact. We are looking at cesium for my husband who has stomach cancer. After being on cancertutor.com we called Larry at Essence of Life and it was a really bad experience. He told us that everyone gets inflammation and many people have to have their abdomens drained of fluid multiple times; you have to do cesium for a year; then he said he doesn't keep any records of how the people who buy from him are doing (so how does he know about them needing drainage I wonder?) and he won't remember who we are an hour after our phone call with him. He was not able to listen to our questions without butting in. This is not the kind of person we want to deal with as the main advisor on how to use the stuff. I would love to talk with you more about what you have seen with the people you know. Nowhere else have I seen the kind of dire things he was talking about. Is there someone else who can give a good cesium protocol with the products, or doctors who supervise it? There is a real risk of intestinal blockage with my husband so we do need to be very cautious.
I received the same ridiculous treatment from Larry when I spoke with him on the phone today. This guy is far from being professional. Just wondering how you made out with finding other cesium chloride vendors. If you don't mind sharing your findings I'd greatly appreciate it. My father has stage IV lung cancer and is looking for alternative treatment. Thanks much.
by natasha40 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 01:36 AM
I think it's better do not waist your time on Cesium, it did not help me. I tried Cesium for almost 10 months and I my cancer has metastized to all my organs and even it's around my heart. I should have got a chemo, it could help me instead of doing this alternative.
Diet is very important, but it's very hard to sit on vegetables for so long.
by bloody007 on Sun Nov 20, 2011 07:49 PM
I found Larry of essence of life very rude and aggressive and just feel I don't want to speak with him again which is a shame as I'm trying to find a vendor who will go through it as my wife has stage 4 non small cell lung cancer.
Does anyone have a good contact who will listen?
by thebyrdsfriend on Mon Nov 21, 2011 12:49 AM
Hi Brian, It appears everyone has the same result talking with this guy as you did. But, I think it's important you read the post just above yours. This person wishes they'd had the chemo instead of using this stuff.
I'm so sorry your wife has stage 4 sclc, so very sorry. Have you tried clinical trials? Have you gone to a teaching hospital? They have experts in just your wife's type of cancer. I know there is something out there too, which they are saying breaks the barrier to the brain, which is a problem with mets.
I hope you find what you are looking for, and complimenting traditional treatments with alternatives is not a bad idea, but you need to talk with your oncologist or doctor to make sure nothing has a bad reaction to each other.
Take care, Helen
by RikaAnz on Mon Feb 13, 2012 02:25 AM
I was looking into colloidol silver waters as a recent article in the UK daily news reported on a study done at the University of Leeds on the healing benefits of silver in cancer. The study showed that silver compounds are as effective at killing cancer cells as a leading chemotherapy drug, but with potentially fewer side effects. The I came across a link to the websitewww.naturalhealingtechniques.orgwhe re it talked about Master Shi Yin's work with natural colloidal silver healing water without the use of technology. I that some of his students have a great track record with healings. This might be something to check out if anyone is wanting to go the natural route and take a spiritual approach to their healing.
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