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Thank you so much for the replies.
I will certainly look into all of these. I so appreciate help and suggestions.
May 14 at 11:43 AM
You really seem to have been doing your homework! I am delighted you have checked out these things too! I found I got ill on the chloroquine and apparently it lowers your immune system' slightly' - I have been taking ecchinacea and plantago since then and am fine. Also taking feverfew - seems to be good for breast cancer. Do look at the coQ10 research. Taking menosan - low dose - to balance the indole.
May 14 at 10:35 AM
I certainly do! Something I have been doing has been shrinking the three tumours I have in my left breast. The doctor says it is the tamoxifen. I stopped the tamoxifen in November as I found that I wasnt thinking too well - and I seemed always to be chesty - I have asthma. I have been taking indole 3 carbinole instead - the research on it looks good.
But I am nervous about the next xray/scan.
Taking other things - ...
May 14 at 10:06 AM
Sorry! this is Jennette - tryingto use my smart phone and it did its own thing.
I cant remember the dosage re melatonin - I take 2 mg at night - apparently we produce less melatonin with age, so its really useful for elderly people also. It is really good for helping you sleep. Be careful you dont take too much or it hangs you over the next day.
There are different ingredients in the bloodroot cream - some are much...
May 14 at 8:35 AM
hi... I just put in melatonin cancer to google. or breast cancer. then you can put in 'research' too. bloodroot ... look up the larson century ranch site, or you can phone them. this definately works for skin cancer but it is not pain free and can leave scarring. you would have told you about the know what you were doing and use vit e etc as well.
May 14 at 8:23 AM
I dont know whether anyone follows Dr Mercola. He has an interesting article up on the importance of taking vit D to prevent and treat cancer. Particularly breast cancer. But you need to take vit K with it as well.
I tried to get bloodroot cream into Ireland - from Larson century ranch - but the Irish medical authorities have gone crazy and are not allowing many products in - such as feverfew or...
May 13 at 5:37 PM
I wonder has anyone tried dandelion root? Gerry recommended me to take this as it really does seem to do the stuff. (Please look on internet) I couldnot take it as I peed constantly and became very dehydrated. I would if I could though. The other thing he recommended me take was chlorquine - you take a minimum dose every week. Info on internet.
There is something called New Generation IPT in china - seems very...
April 18 at 10:24 AM
Your experience with salvestrols and tamoxifen does sound strange and very disappointing. I think the tumour shrinkage became greater when I started taking salvestrols.
I tried taking apricot kernels (B17) before salvestrols but I dont know the dosage - and as with most things, I found it did not agree with me.
Please look at the info re dandelion tea though. If I could take it I would. And since you cann...
March 20 at 7:13 PM
Sorry for the delay re info on chloroquine. Really interesting research on it on internet.
You take only 2 x 250mg tabs per week.
What it does sounds interesting, and Gerry said he had been talking to people who were using it in research, with salvestrols, and getting good results.
March 19 at 5:09 PM
I have been to a talk by Gerry and this is what he said - ie that the CYP1B1 enzyme is not working properly in 1 out of 5 people, and wont process the salvestrols correctly. Presumably there will be differences in the other 4 too. I was given an article by Stephen Roschlitz about the P450 cytochrome not working in 1 out of 5 people. He printed it in Nexus magaizine.
I was upset about my cancers not ...
March 19 at 4:59 PM
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