Thanks for that Bruce
Can't claim I understand all of it but the Case Studies make interesting reading.
Sad to say that yesterday my sis-in-law was sent home from hospital because "there was nothing more they can do for her". Her liver has failed - a stent operation was unsuccessful. She was part way through chemo treatment and feels dreadful.
QOL for the short time she has left is the priority. Bearing in mind how weakened she is, I'm not sure if the Stabilized Chlorite Solutions in Combination with Fluoropyrimidines medication would be too much for her. That's assuming it is allowed to be administered here in the UK.
I face a prostate cancer threat and will not take any toxic drugs that damage immune function. I believe that the body's own immune defences are the only realistic chance of beating cancer long term (not just bogus Big Pharma so-called 'survival rates'). Cancer was rare not so long ago so it makes sense to look at the changes in diet and lifestyle (can't do much about growing environmental pollution) and try to learn from them. I have found Prof Colin Campbell's The China Study a good blueprint.
Jonsher and Davizona have suggested Iodine
therapy and I am investigating.
Out of interest, do you go along with Tom's recommendations on //www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1440370#i
Best wishes, Brian