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  • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

    JohnnyP wanted to make sure that you were aware of this one. Very exciting in metabolic research when things are always popping out of nowhere. We have been aware for quite some time of the vitamin C doxy combo, but this one looks even better. You can never be quite sure when they might hit the combo that has extreme effectiveness. Those who have been oberving this for a while can recognize that there are a relativel...

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      critic, thank you for posting the link! I felt so much love and joy when I went to the url. When I posted about the conference earlier on thread I was very impressed with how well all the details had been attended to. My impression from the website is that the conference was a massive success. Success feels great! There is a growing positive energy associated with metabolics as it is becoming increasingly self-appar...

      May 16 at 3:21 AM view post
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        JohnnyP, it is such a difficult struggle, though in many ways you are on the right track: intensify and rotate through metabolic treatments. Seek out metronomic metabolic therapies. Metronomics allows you to fight back 24 hours per day against cancer which does not seem to take many breaks. This was one of the larger insights that we had on D's forum. Might be a good time to give some thought to the updated approach...

        May 14 at 11:50 PM view post
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          JohnnyP, would there be any rational for you to go 100% oxygen while in the chamber as well? I mean if you are there anyways, then perhaps you might think of giving it a try. Aren't there people out there who are treated with HBOT as an anti-aging etc treatment? Would there be any contraindications for this? Yes, this is something that I have been considering more about recently: treatment that makes patients feel b...

          May 09 at 1:54 AM view post
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            JohnnyP, you are right on the innovation curve. D's forum is now also talking about the researcher you noted. You are also right on the mark when you noted that maximally pressing cancer is a necessity. We have seen on this thread wehn patients only press the cancer with some metabolic pressure but not enough: not much happened. However, when a great deal of metabolic stress is applied, often from a range of alterna...

            May 08 at 1:27 AM view post
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              Good one, JohhnyP! I was getting all long winded about new metabolic treatments waiting to be found and I completely overlooked your post about fenbendazole. It was only when I emailed D about another matter that I tuned in to what you were saying. D was so busy trying to handle all the web traffic to his site about FB that he had no time to chat with me! It was right about then that I figured that something was up....

              April 30 at 9:55 PM view post
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                JohnnyP, after all of these years on the thread it is gratifying to see that metabolic medicine is now out there helping people. I have been tenative about the potential of metabolics as a cancer therapy, though there is now an abundance of evidence that it can be effective. I am in fact surprised how uniformly effective it appears to be. The argument about metabolics is now won.  What we are seeing now is rea...

                April 28 at 8:33 PM view post
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                  JohnnyP, there are quite a number. Over time Dayspring seems to take some of them down. I went to the Wayback to take a look at all that they posted. Dayspring is very impressive. They consider 3-BP to be their lead treatment and they are quite anti-chemo. We have seen on D's site and the Turkish clinic that chemo can be potentiated by metabolic approaches. While the Turkish clinic noted that they are obligated by l...

                  April 25 at 4:45 AM view post
                  • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                    JohnnP, yes I was also surprised by vitamin C. Go to D's site and search for vitamin C. One of the threads on vitamin C was a real eye opener for me. Apparently 4 out of 50 of the original Scottish patients treated with Vitamin C developed TLS. It is beyond reasonable argument that under certain conditions in some patients vitamin C can have very powerful anti-tumor effects. I would not have expected this to have bee...

                    April 23 at 12:12 AM view post
                    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                      As soon as I had word of the Bracht incident, my first thought in the off thread discussion was that it might be TLS. TLS occurs when a cancer treatment is essentially "too effective". This is not entirely fantastical thinking as the liver patient treated at the "normal" dose (though with TACE) developed what initially was expected to be a fatal TLS type response to 3-BP. The melanoma patient also treated at the "nor...

                      April 16 at 3:31 AM view post
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