Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

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Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Dochas on Thu May 09, 2013 08:44 PM

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I'd love to hear from anyone who has successfully treated cancer with salvestrols. There is a very long thread going on this subject but so far I have seen no testimonies from people who were cured. Please, if they worked for you, let us know.

Thanks

Dochas

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by JLowe on Fri May 17, 2013 04:51 AM

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Hi there, 

My Mum was diagnosed with Endometrial cancer last July. Unfortunately the cancer had metastised into her hip bone before she had any symptoms. She had a hysterectomy and radiation treatment to the hip bone last year. Two months ago we were told the cancer has come back in her lungs.

We started her on 6000 Salvestrol points per day and a general multi vitamin about 7 weeks ago. She is also juicing organic veges/fruit every day, having acupuncture to boost her immunity, doing Tai Chi and Walking most days.  She also started Megace which is a hormone treatment about 4 weeks ago. This weeks xray shows the tumours are growing at a slow but steady rate.

I am not sure if it is too soon for the Salvestrols to work or whether she needs to increase her dosage and maybe try Chloroquine with it.

We know the megace takes a few months to work. We have been told it is about 2% successful at slowing the growth rate of tumours.

I would also be interested to hear if people have had success from using Salvestrols. And also any other supplements that people have had success with.

I will keep you posted on her progress

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by jesichashope on Sun May 19, 2013 05:01 PM

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I am glad you started this thread, I have read a lot on Salvestrols as well and our organization Jesicha's Hope is always looking for new resources that will show proven results. What I am seeing is most are having the cancer slow down, but also most are doing many, many things along with the Salvestrols so my assumption is alone Salvestrols does not make an improvement but combining it with diet change change, juicing and lots of other supplements it slows it or makes an improvement. The BX Antitoxin we have listed, many people have updated us on their progress and all, I mean all, have had markers and scans come back with drastic forward results, some NED. I like great improvement, cancer needs to be snuffed out.

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by JLowe on Sun May 19, 2013 08:59 PM

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Hi there, what is this  BX Antitoxin  you mention? Please share.

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by jesichashope on Sun May 19, 2013 09:44 PM

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The BX Antitoxin is a plant extract based formula or serum the seeks out and robs the stealth bacterium found in cancer cells robbing them of their energy. The process begins tumors to die because of the apoptotic pathway and necrosis sets in . It initiates a reaction that spreads exponentially from cell to cell. No matter where the cancer is hiding and/or growing the BX finds it. This and more information is found on the BX page at jesichashope if you google it. Links here are discouraged. Hopefully this will get you the information you seek. There is, by the way, a very good fifteen minute video there by one of the scientists which will give you a good explanation.

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Dochas on Mon May 20, 2013 03:02 PM

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Hi,

Please give us the link to the proven results for BX Antioxin. If you put the link on a line without any other text, there is no problem. Maybe I misread but the product only seems to have been available for a year and is wildly expensive. In cancer terms a year is not very long.

Also maybe you could tell us a bit more about stealth cells. What does it mean that the reaction spreads exponentially? So much to learn about this!

Dochas

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by Dochas on Mon May 20, 2013 03:05 PM

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Hi JLowe,

Thanks for your reply. My very best wishes go out to you both.

Dochas

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by jesichashope on Mon May 20, 2013 04:02 PM

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I cannot give you any scientific deals other than what I people tell me and what I myself read. What I have read is that it was 18 years in the making and testing and there are a lot of people that used it during that time still cancer free. You can reach the institute and ask all the questions you want 

The stealth bacterium is part of the study, finding this is found in all cancer cells and is part of the triggering system that makes the cell a cancer cell, not dying, reproducing, etc.  The serum is designed from what I have read, to spread from cell to cancer cell seeking only that bacterium, acting more or less like a free radical.

As for the expense, we could get bills for over 100000 no problem a month when my daughter was being treated in conventional standards; I figure that is expensive.  A year in terms of cancer, it can be matter of life and death; cancer has no time clock and a lot can happen in a year. Tell my daughter a year is not long in terms of cancer. Sorry, time when talking about cancer is sensitive; in treating it, again it depends on what you use.

I wish I knew more, I have people coming for support and pick whatever treatment they want, we hear their results and if we hear constant good things, we let others know. As Jesicha learned you learn the most from peers and she wanted to make sure a lot of people heard good news as well as get supported for whatever they choose. I think you are all doing due diligence and that is good.

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Dochas on Mon May 20, 2013 05:24 PM

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Hi,

Thanks for your reply. My point about 1 year is that even if cancer becomes undetectable after treatment most doctors will not consider you "cured" or "in remission" for a further 5 years. Do let us know when you have some detailed success stories to share.

Here in Europe, most countries have some sort of medical health insurance and conventional treatment is covered by the insurance. Of course I have paid into it heavily for many years, so it is not free, but at least it pays for the treatment when I need it. I did not face the kind of bills you had. 

Truly my heart goes out to you about Jesicha's tragic death. I have read your sad story and truly I wish it could have been a happy ending after all you have both been through. It is so hard to believe that they did not monitor Jesicha's liver function before each chemo session. I always thought that was standard practice. And if they did monitor her liver function correctly but have lost the records, and in this day of computerized records they are not capable of providing you with complete medical records, there are surely other tragedies in the making. 

Best wishes to you

Dochas

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by jesichashope on Mon May 20, 2013 05:48 PM

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I agree entirely.  We mourn our loss but we continue her dream; in a way I let her dream live through me giving me reason to wake up everyday with hope.  My life was spared six years ago in a auto accident; if you believe in reasons for living, or missions; this is mine.

If only insurance companies would pay for alternatives, allowing us, to make decisions on our own treatments. But that is a dream that might never come true.  Conventional treatments are allow to sky rocket, making copayments even too costly to survive financially. Her and our savings accounts quickly drained.

A year is, as you explain not a long period; and we only wish some that are walking around cancer free from using the BX Antitoxin would come forward and let us know their great success story but people are funny wanting to remain private. I still keep seeking those stories though.  But for those facing no response from any drug or treatment find just getting rid of it a blessing and then work keeping it gone thereafter; in other words, hope is better than hopeless. We have each other to help each other, that is where we are.

Thank you too for your kind words for Jesicha; her story while sad, does demonstrate what we believe is happening is not necessarily happening.  Whatever they saw on the reports they did not heed the results because they kept on giving it to her. The missing records while as you say are computerized, it is who operates the computer that means everything; they tell us if we want them to make a request and then travel over 200 miles to get them. Nothing is easy.

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