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Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

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by Madeline_Ruth on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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Since your friend's son's cancer came back in the stomach, it is highly likely that his initial cancer was metastatic. This is an entirely different story from primary tumors in the brain, and especially gliomas. You can't compare all cancers to be the same.

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by Madeline_Ruth on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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And this board is about brain tumors.

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by Gagbm on Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:00 AM

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Shemay - you mistake my skepticism of your claims with anger.  In your original post you state:

I designed a protocol for my wife's (age 72) brain cancer (emergency surgery removed a tumor the size of a tennis ball) that seems to have killed almost all cancer cells within 5 months. No tumor according to MRIs, but these are not accurate. I had a special HCG test done by Dr. Navarro in Manila, Philippines that came back with a cell rating of 55 of a possible 10,000.

This post clearly states that you used an HCG test performed in the Philippines as an indication of efficacy in treating your wife's brain cancer.  Once challenged to support your claim with science, you back-off and take another approach urging people to keep an "open mind" by referring them to a website that peddles bogus cancer cures and cites junk science as its examples.  It is impossible to tell whether or not you have a financial interest in that website or the products it sells - all we have is your word and quite frankly I have already caught you in one lie.  What is apparent is your posts have been deliberately misleading, are inconsistent, and have the tone of someone who makes his money by feeding off the hopes of others.

On 1/28/2007 Shemay wrote:

Gagbm I am overlooking your angry tone as I make this post. I posted the website for the HCG test only as information that cancer can indeed be identified using this test. I did not infer nor did I mean to, that this applied to glioblastoma. I presumed that any one interested would go to the site for their own information and be informed that this test is not used only for questioning pregnancy. As to my having a "product" to promote......that is the furthest thing from the truth. I have only told the truth about my own personal experiences with cancer and I have nothing to gain from that than the satisfaction I receive from "passing it forward." My intentions here are to only give hope and to encourage everyone to do their research with an open mind and not believe everything they are told by their health care providers whether they be Traditional or Alternative. Respectfully Shemay

 

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Jennifer111466 on Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hang on a minute....I am totally confused..who is Shemay, and who is the person with the initial post that went by "32953"? I didn't think they were the same people. "Shemay" has cancer himself and had the friend's son who had brain cancer and "32953" is the caregiver with his wife battling cancer that proposed he had a cure for a grade 4 glioblastoma that he had concocted on his own from herbs. Shemay, do you have a GBM4? I thought you had lung cancer.

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by Shemay on Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:00 AM

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Gagbm Please check back to the origin of this message...... "I designed a protocol for my wife's (age 72) brain cancer (emergency surgery removed a tumor the size of a tennis ball) that seems to have killed almost all cancer cells within 5 months. No tumor according to MRIs, but these are not accurate. I had a special HCG test done by Dr. Navarro in Manila, Philippines that came back with a cell rating of 55 of a possible 10,000" This was not posted by me. My post was the one that suggested the website that referred to the HCG test. I happen to be a senior citizen as well, but a female one who has had no experience at all with the clinic in Manilla. The misunderstanding is unfortunate... Respectfully Shemay

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by Jennifer111466 on Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:00 AM

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That is what I thought, but the posts were getting very confusing. I thought you were a man since your icon is a man-sorry for that confusion. I thought it was two seperate people, but the posts starting blending you two and I though it may need some clarification.

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by Thecleverone on Sat Feb 24, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hate to surprise you, but here is some info your oncologists might not know about. Research has shown that almost ALL forms of cancer express HCG, especially the more malignant ones. Malignancy is directly proportionate to the amount of HCG in the blood or urine. Pregnancy itself is "natures cancer" that is why this hormone is a marker. It is produced by the placenta which is the cancerous growth. The cells that produce this are the universally malignant cells called Trophoblasts. Since HCG is a marker in germ cell tumors such as the very malignant choriocarcinoma, I would not be surprised if GBM also expressed elevated levels of HCG.. This is what the Kelley program is based on, the enzymatic treatment of cancer based on the Trophoblastic theory..

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by 4papa on Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/27/2007 32953 wrote:

I designed a protocol for my wife's (age 72) brain cancer (emergency surgery removed a tumor the size of a tennis ball) that seems to have killed almost all cancer cells within 5 months. No tumor according to MRIs, but these are not accurate. I had a special HCG test done by Dr. Navarro in Manila, Philippines that came back with a cell rating of 55 of a possible 10,000. Zero is perfect. I will share the protocol with anyone. There are 4 main cancer killing herbs: Essiac tea, fucoidan, Barley Power enzymes and graviola as well as many other nutrients and diet. No sugar in any form is allowed. Mentally and physically she is back to her old self. Do research on www.cancertutor.com

Hi, my father was just diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma and given a bleak prognosis, we're very interested in learning about your protocol, can you please share it.  Thanks,  Carol  

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by margie01 on Wed Oct 10, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/27/2007 32953 wrote:

I designed a protocol for my wife's (age 72) brain cancer (emergency surgery removed a tumor the size of a tennis ball) that seems to have killed almost all cancer cells within 5 months. No tumor according to MRIs, but these are not accurate. I had a special HCG test done by Dr. Navarro in Manila, Philippines that came back with a cell rating of 55 of a possible 10,000. Zero is perfect. I will share the protocol with anyone. There are 4 main cancer killing herbs: Essiac tea, fucoidan, Barley Power enzymes and graviola as well as many other nutrients and diet. No sugar in any form is allowed. Mentally and physically she is back to her old self. Do research on www.cancertutor.com

hello...my father has stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme. i was just wondering if you could send me the protocol that you designed for your wife. my fathers tumor has grown back in full and we are seeking help with natural diets, if you could please send that to me it would be much appreciated, my family would be tremendously greatful, thanx you so much.

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by robertny on Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:00 AM

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           Hi

               My father was just diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma.I am

                very interested in the protocol you used to treat your wife.Thank you for all your help.

                                                 Cordially,

                                                     Robert Brody

 

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