It is a bit over due to celebrate this two week remission victory, but please join me anyway.
After ten years of working with cancer patients I have developed some strong opinions. Cancer is not that difficult to beat, but many cancer patients do not want to beat it. Now hold on, I know what you are thinking, no body wants to die, but you are wrong. I wish I could find the reference now, but I remember the conclusion clearly, 70% of Americans have a death wish. It has a lot to due with their children and the pain they feel when they think of what they thought their relationship would be. Life in the richest country in the world is full of disappointments and the broken promises of money. We as practitioners need to be aware of this so we look for ways to motivate cancer patients such as the two week remission story linked below.
I bring all this up because I believe that if a cancer patient followed the plan that we develop together during a two hour phone consultation, they have about a 90% chance of beating their cancer. However, when I check, they have not done half of the plan. I used to tell everyone (regardless of purchasing a phone consultation) about the most successful cancer therapy ever attempted, over 90% effective in stopping tumor growth in terminal cancer patients and didn't require the patient to take any pills or exercise. Nobody did the therapy. So I stopped telling people about this therapy unless they paid me for a phone consultation. It is true, if people do not pay for something, they do not value it. Now, I can get about 30% of my phone consultation clients to do it. The man who had the two week remission did it and I have decided to let my Cure Zone colleagues have a peek at it. If you read JR's Two Week Remission story (scroll down one screen from the top) and follow your nose, you are likely to figure out this therapy. It is my wish that if you invest the time and effort to find the therapy, you will value it appropriately. I ask that you do not give it away, people will not value it. If you are a practitioner, by all means charge people for this information, then they will use it.
My point here is that JR did everything right especially the emotional and he fixed a very aggressive cancer in two weeks. So how hard is cancer to beat if he was successful in so short a time?
Thank you for your kind words about my web site. Do your friend know about the green laser for prostate? The green laser procedure is effective in:
* Reducing prostate size by vaporizing diseased tissue
* Avoiding healthy tissue simple due to its color and the color of the laser
* Allowing continued sexual and urinary activity
* Providing rapid recovery
This procedure is done in an arthroscopic manner so your friend can go home the same day. There are three supplements that have been used as support for prostate cancer patients as well as preventative supplements.
This is the active ingredient in most of the popular prostate preventatives such as saw pimento and pumpkin seed. Its effectiveness in reducing prostate swelling is clearly demonstrated in the following randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial published in Lancet. 1995 Jun 17;345(8964):1529-32. The study was run by the Department of Urology, Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany.
200 patients (recruited between April and October 1993) with symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) were treated with either 20 mg beta-sitosterol (which contains a mixture of phytosterols) three times per day or placebo. Changes in urine flow parameters: beta-sitosterol treatment resulted in increasing peak flow (15.2 [5.7] mL/s from 9.9 [2.5] mL/s), and decrease of mean residual urinary volume (30.4 [39.9] mL from 65.8 [20.8] mL). These parameters did not change in the placebo group (p < 0.01). Significant improvement in symptoms and urinary flow parameters show the effectiveness of beta-sitosterol.
This result demonstrated the usefulness of beta-sitosterol in the treatment and prevention of prostate cancer.
There is no established dosage for prostate prevention, but doses of up to 6 grams have been used for colesterol control.
DIM (Di-indolylmethane) might be the secret of the prostate health. Commercially raised beef, chicken and pork contain added hormones to speed up growth increasing the estrogen in your body. Soy additives that act like estrogen and which are listed as vegetable protein are found in many processed foods and even in vitamins and medicines. Also, as men get older, we produce more fat cells. Fat cells produce an enzyme called aromatase which turns testosterone into a powerful form of estrogen, called estradiol. The net result is a tremendous increase in estrogen as your testosterone levels decline.
When estrogen goes up and testosterone goes down, men experience weight gain (especially around the belly), flabby muscles, weaker erections, poor memory, mood swings, circulatory problems including blood clots, sinus problems and PSA levels rise. Also, the risk of abnormal cell growth skyrockets. DIM (di-indolylmethane) reverses this estrogen build-up and erase these symptoms. It converts bad estrogen into "good" estrogen by-products. These good estrogen by-products trigger more testosterone to be released in your bloodstream. Having more free testosterone works wonders for your sex drive, energy levels, fitness and prostate health. DIM shrinks swollen prostates down to normal size and lowers your PSA levels. It is also a potent immune booster, anti-viral agent, increases energy levels, and builds lean, hard muscle.
As of Jan 2010, no side effects have been reported.
Typical dosage is 150 mg of DIM, two times a day.
Curcumin from Turmeric
Curcumin is a well know over-the-counter preventative for Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, Parkinson's, arthritis, cancer, Alzheimer's and heart disease. It is also used as a general anti-inflammatory agent. Details can be obtained from the Advanced Health & Life and the Ray Sahelian, M.D. web sites. Curcumin has even been applied as a noninvasive topical paste directly onto tumors and inhibited tumor growth. Available in many dosage sizes.
Dosages for optimum benefit have not been determined. Common recommendations are 400 to 600 mg of curcumin three times daily. Curcumin has been used to treat pancreatic cancer in doses as high as 12 grams a day.
Calcium D-Glucarate removes excess hormones that can stimulate tumor growth. This has been proven with animal testing and with human tumor cells. It has been able to stop the growth of breast, colon, liver, lung, prostate and skin tumors and prevented them from even starting. It also helps the body remove toxins.
Typical dosage for cancer patients is between 500 and 1000 mg given twice a day.
Both DIM (Di-indolylmethane) and Calcium D-Glucarate are good for hormone dependant cancers which might work for both your friends.
(Edited by moderator - included supplement information from website and removed links to website and suppliers)
That is indeed good news Snowman. Congratulations to J.R. and yourself.
I certainly would agree with you that the vast majority of cancer can be beaten, though in many instances I would not call it easy nor would I expect remission in only two weeks in many cancers (such as advanced non-small lung cancer, advanced pancreatic cancer, many brain cancers and most cancers that have metasticized significantly beyond the initial point).
My biggest frustration is the common thread I find among the small number of people who seek advice and/or come to my Yahoo oleandersoup forum and fail to have success. Besides the fact that in virtually every instance they opted for mainstream treatments first and sought alternatives after the damage to their immune systems and major organs, here is what is almost always true: they did not follow anywhere near all the advice, did not take nearly enough of the recommended cancer fighters and immune boosters (particularly oleander), and did not follow the suggested protocol consistently.
When your very life is at stake, to me it should be a no brainer that you are either all in or not. And "not" shouldn't even be an option.
Keep up the good work and keep us informed!