Capsol-T

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by golter2000 on Mon May 01, 2017 09:02 AM

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On Apr 30, 2017 1:30 PM Lcs1121 wrote:

Have any of you or do you know anyone that has tested positive on the oncoblot and then confirmed they have clinical/physical signs of cancer? What I would be really interested in seeing is any data beyond the initial 110 person test group.

Or if anyone knows anyone of the initial 110 person test group. It will be interesting to know what happened after their recovery and after those years.

RE: Capsol-T

by NataliePDX on Mon May 01, 2017 12:34 PM

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I don't know anyone in the original 110 test group.  How long has the Oncoblot test been available?

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by nLeem on Mon May 01, 2017 01:37 PM

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I believe it was first offered to the public around January, 2013.  However, the research for it was somewhere around 20 years before being offered.  

Some of you on this site were getting tested while others of us are being told it is not yet available due to the change in ownership.  I did contact my doctor since I was positive 3x and haven't had a re-test for one full year.  He said it still is not ready but may be so in the near future.  Any comments regarding this?  I found this online - from 2015 - might be of interest to some:  http://oncoblotlabs.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ONCOblot-      

RE: Capsol-T

by Lcs1121 on Mon May 01, 2017 03:11 PM

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That is great information.  What I would be really curious about is people that oncoblot tested positive but there are no clinical signs which is my case.  How many people ended up with clinical signs at a later date with and without treatment? I think I read of one case somewhere.  So are you taking capsol T for a year plus until you can get tested or are you just waiting to see where you are at?  Were you also clinically diagnosed or just from the Oncoblot test?

RE: Capsol-T

by golter2000 on Wed May 03, 2017 02:38 PM

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In Dr Morre's study tow patient with oncoplot positive result developed cancer one afte 10 monthes and the other after 36 monthes. i quoted this "One patient, whose ONCoblot Tissue of Origin Cancer Test showed an ENOx2 protein indicative of non-small cell lung cancer, elected not to take the Capsol-T®, withdrew from the study and was clinically diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer 36 months later. Another patient whose original ONCOblot® Tissue of Origin Test indicated leukemia/lymphoma withdrew from the study, elected not to take the Capsol-T®, and was clinically diagnosed with lymphoma 10 months later." The link of the study is https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3901999/#!po=45

RE: Capsol-T

by Lcs1121 on Wed May 03, 2017 02:48 PM

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Thank you for sharing that link. I did read that previously but that is two people from the original study of just the 110 people.  What I would be interested in the thousands of people like us that have been testing positive and taking capsol T since.  They must have some idea?

RE: Capsol-T

by golter2000 on Wed May 03, 2017 03:17 PM

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You rise a very very good question. I would love to see a reply to your question.

RE: Capsol-T

by golter2000 on Fri Jun 02, 2017 08:02 AM

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Any good news regarding oncoblot test. I mean when it will be back again.

RE: Capsol-T

by Elenagal on Sat Jul 01, 2017 12:14 AM

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Capsol-T is available as an overnight kit - there is one you take at bedtime, then begin again 8 hours later. This proved to work perfectly for me and sometimes I went a little longer at night. But this is a great product and I've heard of many getting a negative ONCOblot after taking it for a few months. I did the same, but was fortunate to get negative ONCOblot results with a Stage II breast cancer after having a lumpectomy. I would do it again in an instant and am anxiously awaiting ONCOblot to come back on the market. 

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by Elenagal on Sat Jul 01, 2017 12:18 AM

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I don't think ONCOblot is going under. The test is being reformulated to be more accurate and Capsol-T does not cost $160 for every 10 days. I paid about $200 a month for the overnight kit and it allowed me to sleep 8 hours without waking. Taking a pill every 4 hours is not a big deal since I was already taking a lot of supplements. I had a negative ONCOblot with Stage II breast cancer after my surgery. I plan to continue testing once it comes back on the market. I trust it more than mammography and any other screening test. 

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