Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

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RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Joeb1 on Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:39 AM

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Hi Janneet,

Delighted you had success with your treatment. Which part of Ireland do you live in? I live in Dublin. What are SOD lozenges, where do you get them? How did you get on on the Budwig Diet? I tried it for 4 days but found it herendous.

Regards.............Joe

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by patromano on Thu Nov 13, 2014 02:01 PM

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On Nov 13, 2014 12:10 AM Zachuri wrote:

Dear Phil and other posters,

My dad recently learned that he had a 5cm tumor on his liver.  he previously (nearly 6 years ago) had a colon resection and was cleared until recently discovering this tumor.  PET scans determined that the remainder of his body is cancer/tumor free, but my family has been researching natural methodss to remove the tumor.  We are NOT looking at chemo.  He is currently taking Essiac daily, as well as apricot seeds.  I just wanted to post briefly to see what people's thoughts are for this and any suggestions would be so much appreciated.  I am new to much of this, and had never even heard of salvestrols until tonight.  Please brief me on these.  Are they safe?  anything else you can share.  Thanks so much

 

Z

Hi Zachari,

My dad was taking 6000-12000 pts.  for about a year along with the recommended supplements, essiac t for his prostate cancer.

He had an initial small drop in his PSA but that was short-lived. Unfortuantely while on salvestrols he developed vocal cord cancer. He is now 77 and hasn't smoked in over 30 years so that was disappointing ,to say the least, that this cancer showed up after a year on salvestrols.

From our experience we can conclude that it is safe- he had no side effects -  but ineffective. Sorry to bring bad news but that's our experience with salvestrols.

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by JLowe on Fri Nov 14, 2014 06:28 AM

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Hi there,

I would definitely recommend combining both western treatments with alternative treatments. We have found that alternative treatments have greatly improved my Mothers health and well being as well as reducing the side effects of chemo and radiation.

My Mothers situation is that she was diagnosed with stage 4 metastic endometrial cancer, which spread into her hip bone (could not walk), lungs, liver, stomach and cervix in July 2012. She started taking Salvestrols but was only on 4000pts initally. I spoke to Gerry Potter who discovered Salvestrols and he advised she should be taking 12000pts due to her having metastic cancer.  That is 6 pills per day. She increased her doseage to 12000pts early in 2014. Along wih having a hysterectomy in 2012, radiation to her hip in 2012 and chemo in late 2013, she has been juicing every day, only eats organic foods, has medical acupuncture monthly and has taken up Tai Chi. After the radiation she was able to start walking again and now walks daily. She is also making a consious effort to stress less and look after herself. Over here in NZ she can have free massages which the hospice provides, so she does that monthly as well.  My Mum has had a recent CT scan which shows all tumours have dissapeared, however she has two new very small tumours that have appeared in her lungs.  The Oncologist is very surprised as they were expecting her cancer to come back very agressively after chemo and it has not. It has now been almost a year since she has finished chemo and upped her Salverstrol doesage.

I definitely believe that the salvestrols are helping my Mum, even if it is just slowing down the progression of her cancer.

I did have some pdf's on articles in Medical Journals about Salvestrols and case studies. They are on my work laptop and I am on maternity leave, so I will see if my sister can get copies of them again and I can forward them to whomever wants to read them. They explain the science behind Salvestrols and have some very positive case studies. I do know from speaking to Gerry Potter that only 5 out of 6 people have the metabolism which allow salvestrols to work.

Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback on Salvestrols so far. Please keep us all posted.

I do wish you all continued good health.

Best regards,

Jo

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by JLowe on Fri Nov 14, 2014 06:36 AM

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Hi again,

I forgot to mention that my Mum has started taking Essaic Tea Capsules and high dose vitamin C recently and is now looking at making her diet more alkaline. I don't think she will give up sugar entirely but she will definitely reduce it.

I will keep you posted on her progess.

Best regards,

Jo

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Waidee on Mon Dec 08, 2014 09:44 PM

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Hi

I live in NZ and have just joined Cancer Compass and have been interested in the discussion thread on salvestrol. My husband had a kidney removed with a tumour and 4 months later was diagnosed with stage 4 tumours throughout his lungs. We have been told that chemo and radiation are no options as kidney cancer does not respond to these treatments. The only option being provided are possible drugs when symptons become bad and that these will only shrink the tunours for a period and then the cancer will take over. Is there any one out there who has used salvestrol with success WITHOUT any other treatment?

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Joeb1 on Wed Dec 10, 2014 08:48 PM

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HI Waidee,

Sorry to hear your news. I would get a second opinion.Not many people would be brave enough to chance salvestrol wiwthout conventional treatment. I have had great success in keeping my stage 4 tumors throughout my lungs at bay. My liver mehts have calcified. However I have bowel cancer and am responding well to treatment.

Have you tried to get on to a trial, this could be an option.

If you are out of options you have little to lose by trying salvestrols. I combine them with essiac, tumeric and multi vitamins. I am also on 5FU chemo. My Oncologist says I tolerate my chemo better than anyone he has ever seen and my resultr are better than any he has seen. My blood tumor level is down from 2200 to just 3.2 which is normal range. 

Everyones cancer is unique to them so you can't be sure how you will respond to treatments, Even the experts are making an educated guess as to what treatment to give in many cases. Daignostic tools help them greatly. If they offer you nothing then you have to try something else.

Best of luck.......Joe.

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Joeb1 on Wed Dec 10, 2014 09:56 PM

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Hi Phile,

I hope your father in law is still well. I had scans last week and have the results. My PSA is downto just 3.2. My lung  tumors are the same as last scans. so they are stable for now. Liver tumors are still calcified. My Oncologist says I tolerate the chemo better than anyone he has seen so he recomends I continue another 8 rounds. That will take me up to 47 rounds.I still feel great. I even feel the Chemo is getting easier. I'm not quite as strong and agile as I was 2 years ago. (sparing sessions with 20-30year olds) But at 52 it was probably time to hang up my gloves and act my age.

Best Wishes .......Joe

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by phile on Thu Dec 11, 2014 01:52 AM

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Hi Joe,

It's great that you are still doing well!!

My father-in-law is still doing very well, continuing with his 6 Salvestrol capsules, 2 x Essiac Tea and  1 x 1000mg Vitamin C tablet each day, but now without having any Chemo as the oncologists stopped the Chemo about a month ago, due to some peripheral neuropathy in his feet (not too bad, just tingling and feeling hot).

At 76 he is back playing golf (18 holes) twice a week, without a cart so walking the course, playing 1 hour of tennis once a week, feeling and looking really well and back at his normal weight before he was diagnosed with Stage 4 Terminal Lung Cancer and given 3 months to live.

The big test will be the next CT scan in February next year to see if the remaining tumors are still reducing and no new ones have appeared. Remember all his liver tumors had gone and his lung tumors reduced to about 15% of the original size. This was by taking the above complementary medicines together with Chemo (in about 3 to 4 months). By February (a year since being diagnosed) he will have had about 4 or 5 months with no Chemo, so this will certainly tell us if the Chemo is necessary as well as taking the complementary medicines.

I have repeated a few things you already know about my father-in-law, just in case someone reading this can utilize what we have both found out to be successful in treating and just maybe, beating Stage 4 cancer.

Hopefully with a few more rounds of Chemo you can rid yourself of the last remaining lung tumors and be tumor free finally.

With my father-in-law, if the tumors have come back or stopped reducing in size then we will need to start Chemo again, but will continue with these other medicines as we have experienced the same things as you, that there is virtually no side effects with the Chemo, which is great.

I did not know that you were doing such extensive exercise as boxing. That's absolutely amazing!! You sound like a very young 52 and you are only as young as you feel. I'm 61 and was climbing trees yesterday as though I was still a teenager.

I've been to England and Scotland, but never Ireland, so hope to get there one day as I know the Irish love their rugby as much as us Kiwis do. Maybe I will get there for the world cup next year and come have a beer with you.

Best wishes, cheers, Phil

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by Joeb1 on Thu Dec 11, 2014 04:21 PM

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Hi Phile,

Thats great news about your Father in law. I hope he continues to improve.I would be really intrested to know how he does off chemo. I'm takin a berak from chemo over Christmas. My oncologist says I could consider a longer break about April,depending on my scan results then.

I was a very young 52 and still very fit for 54. Karate was my sport not boxing. I was quite good. National chanp a number of times and represented my country several times. I do miss it but retirement was overdue. Anyway I broke my back snowboarding in france last Jan, so that would have finished me if my cancer dinin't.

If you are ever in Ireland let me know and we will have a beer togeather. I have never been to NZ but my daughter has been and fell in love with it. She now lives in Iceland and says parts are very like NZ.

Best wishes ...........Joe 

RE: Anyone cure cancer with salvestrols?

by jennette on Wed Dec 24, 2014 10:42 PM

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Hi joe... i am in cork. I see you are a fighter! And pleased to see you are doing well. I bought the SOD on line from nutri. It is an interesting product... you might find it worthwhile researching the ingredients. I took it to help the salvestrols work better... Apparently we vary in our ability to metabolise salvestrols.

Best wishes

J

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