Protocel

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RE: Protocel

by rjcrossley on Sun May 26, 2013 08:39 PM

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On May 24, 2013 11:29 PM scottiej wrote:

Yes at Kaiser no one even suggested that anesthesia was necessary...nor was pain med prior or after procedure offered...interesting that you apparently had your under anesthesia. Yes painful and yes degrading...I used to think all the things women went through were I humanely done but this topped it for me. The site did not come through. Are you using IVC and how much and fr how long and how has it helped. I use it rather than invention all cancer chemo and have been shrinking my bulky tumor and having minimal side effects...usually my sugar drops out if iVC goes too quickly. I am interested in your use and your story details to share with me hubbie.

I just think it just so cruel and degrading Doing a biopsy with out  anesthetic  I don't know if they do this to save money or what.  then again at the time I had top cover. When I woke up from the biopsy I had. There was no pain.  until I went to the loo that is. The amount of blood that come out of me yuck. I can laugh about it now But the pain come a few months later when I had to get a perianal fissure fix. Doctor friend of mine said it was probable cause by the biopsy. when the needles come out they pull bacteria in to the bowl talk about a pain in the ass LOL   

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RE: Protocel

by rjcrossley on Sun May 26, 2013 08:57 PM

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On May 24, 2013 11:29 PM scottiej wrote:

Yes at Kaiser no one even suggested that anesthesia was necessary...nor was pain med prior or after procedure offered...interesting that you apparently had your under anesthesia. Yes painful and yes degrading...I used to think all the things women went through were I humanely done but this topped it for me. The site did not come through. Are you using IVC and how much and fr how long and how has it helped. I use it rather than invention all cancer chemo and have been shrinking my bulky tumor and having minimal side effects...usually my sugar drops out if iVC goes too quickly. I am interested in your use and your story details to share with me hubbie.

It funny you should say that " Yes painful and yes degrading...I used to think all the things women went through were I humanely done but this topped it for me." I don't mean funny as in LOL I mean I remember when an  girlfriend from lone time  ago when I was a boy saying to me! At a Lea girls show we were see at Kings cross.  if all those crossing boys know what us woman have to go though to be a woman. they wouldn't go near that stuff. She use to get really bad cramps so bad she end up in bed.     

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RE: Protocel

by rjcrossley on Sun May 26, 2013 09:55 PM

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On May 26, 2013 5:05 PM Lilliane wrote:

Ray, thanks for answering. Are you making the encapsulated Vitamin C yourself using the Ultra sonic machine I have seen on U-Tube?  I though about trying that for my husband, but when we went to the clinic where we are now, he got so much better that I laid that aside for now. Using the Encapsulated Vitamin C would probably be less expensive than IV C. I have read a little saying it is a scam, but it certainly seems to have worked for you. When the current regimen my husband is on stops working, then we will be up for trying something else for sure.  Right now he is doing very well.  Thanks for sharing.

 I have a young friend with Colorectal Cancer Stage IV and she has really been helped with the Laitril/B-17/apricot pits, vitamin C and other stuff.  She is also getting some low dose chemo and had a temporary Colostomy in order to let things heal.

May your remission continue!

Also a lot of natural food can help fight cancer Every day now I juice up 400mm of vegtable juice and just have it alone of a morning.

One of the easiest and most effective ways to promote good health and to help protect against cancer is with your diet. The American Cancer society estimates that one third of all Americancancer deathsmight be diet-related. The conclusion is really pretty simple: kickcancer-loving foodto the curb; embrace healthful food.The foods on this list, prepared by theCancer Cure Foundation, have the ability to help stave off cancer and some can even help inhibit cancer cell growth or reducetumor size. The list is not complete–there are other anti-cancer edibles–but this features the all-stars and is an excellent starting point. (Click through to the last page for a printable quick-list.)

Broccoli,cabbage, and cauliflowerhave a chemical component called indole-3-carbinol that can combat breast cancer by converting a cancer-promoting estrogen into a more protective variety. Broccoli, especially sprouts, also have the phytochemical sulforaphane, a product of glucoraphanin–believed to aid in preventing some types of cancer, like colon and rectal cancer. Sulforaphane induces the production of certain enzymes that can deactivate free radicals and carcinogens. The enzymes have been shown to inhibit the growth of tumors in tests. However, be aware that the Agriculture Department studied 71 types of broccoli plants and found a 30-fold difference in the amounts of glucoraphanin. It appears that the more bitter the broccoli is, the more glucoraphanin it has. Broccoli sprouts have been developed under the trade name BroccoSprouts that have a consistent level of sulforaphane–as much as 20 times higher than the levels found in mature heads of broccoli.

Carrotscontain a lot of beta carotene, which may help reduce a wide range of cancers including lung, mouth, throat, stomach, intestine, bladder, prostate and breast. Some research indicated beta carotene may actually cause cancer, but this has not proven that eating carrots, unless in very large quantities–2 to 3 kilos a day, can cause cancer. In fact, a substance called falcarinol that is found in carrots has been found to reduce the risk of cancer, according to researchers at Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences (DIAS). Kirsten Brandt, head of the research department, explained that isolated cancer cells grow more slowly when exposed to falcarinol. This substance is a polyacethylen, however, so it is important not to cook the carrots.

Kalehas indoles, nitrogen compounds which may help stop the conversion of certain lesions to cancerous cells in estrogen-sensitive tissues. In addition, isothiocyanates, phytochemicals found in kale, are thought to suppress tumor growth and block cancer-causing substances from reaching their targets.

Mushrooms: Shiitake, maitake, reishi, Agaricus blazei Murill, and Coriolus Versicolor appear to help the body fight cancer and build the immune system. These mushrooms contain polysaccharides, especially Lentinan, powerful compounds that help in building immunity. They are a source of Beta Glucan. They also have a protein called lectin, which attacks cancerous cells and prevents them from multiplying. They also contain Thioproline. These mushrooms can stimulate the production of interferon in the body.

Seaweedand other sea vegetables contain beta-carotene, protein, vitamin B12, fiber, and chlorophyll, as well as chlorophylones–important fatty acids that may help in the fight against breast cancer. Many sea vegetables also have high concentrations of the minerals potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, and iodine.

Sweet potatoescontain many anticancer properties, includingbeta-carotene, which may protect DNA in the cell nucleus from cancer-causing chemicals outside the nuclear membrane.



Read more:http://www.care2.com/greenliving/27-top-cancer-fighting-food

RE: Protocel

by scottiej on Mon May 27, 2013 12:15 PM

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Yes, thanks but we have been juicing since he was diagnosed in 2008. I juice kale mostly with carrots and cabbage. I eat gluten free, little sugar, little oil, dairy free. I eat salmon 1-2t x week. otherwise avoid meat...wait an occasional egg. He eats much of what I eat but less perfectly. Lol I am a mushroom fan. I used to drink mushroom tea daily not eat frequently and use supplements. Thanks for info. It's good to know what ACS is now saying. Too many people eat poorly even after diagnosis. Enjoy the holiday.

RE: Protocel

by ntmarinov on Wed Jun 12, 2013 06:28 PM

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I am starting my father on B-17 and all the other supplements described in worldwithoutcancer.com . I really hope it will help him. How are you feeling?

RE: Protocel

by rwilliams214 on Sun Oct 05, 2014 07:36 PM

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Do you have the book " Outsmart Your Cancer"? It is the guide to follow using Protocel. One of their recomendations is that your should not use supplements while using Protocel. Four months is ordinarly not enough time to tell if Protocel is helping or did your husband have a turn for the worst? Prayerfully, Ron

RE: Protocel

by hitender on Fri Jul 27, 2018 11:34 AM

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 Hey, 

Have you tried Protocel, What is experience about this medicine and how is your father.

RE: Protocel

by Buckeye1 on Sun Aug 26, 2018 04:59 PM

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Where can I find more information on alternative treatments for PC?

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