Update on GcMAF patient.
Had a metastatic finding on PET scan of 1.5 cm.
Tumor markers were the best she has ever seen yet this lesion appear between one scan to the next just after having seen great tumor markers.
She reinstituted an aggressive protocol of alkaline therapies, ozone insufflations 2x per day, ozone water 2x per day, ALA, Coq10, and citrates
…also added Atemensin. She finally agreed to give up Sugar
based soda and changed her diet to lower glycemic, gluten free, organic. The major dietary change was removing Sugar
as she had undertook more organic and less gluten approach already.
She scheduled ablation last week, they took four biopsies prior to ablation. She had received four GcMAF injections before the ablation.
The cytology/pathology threw everyone for a loop…..no cancer. That’s right NO CANCER.
The pathology report showed changes in the lesion bed. Curious finding was infiltration of macrophages in lobules. Finding of some pigmented changes were consistent with cellular stress on more than one level and also showed inconsistent size of nucleus, fatty infiltration but again no cancer.
I have seen this before in early Pancreatic lesions that were biopsied and CEA 1,192 which is hundreds of times normal level. In the Pancreatic patient, upon surgery, which we recommended she hold off on until further testing, Dr. said no, and so the biopsy of those resected tissues after extensive and dangerous surgery showed no cancer as well and again the doctor had no explanation…heheh.
The alkaline therapy in both clients was not cesium but rather silver, and heavier alkaline salts which would explain why no necrosis was seen.
As the entire medical team searched for answers I feel that these findings show that cancer, if treated early enough can be reversed and cellular metabolism returned to normal, aerobic metabolism.
Examples of restoring cancer cells back to normal tissue do exist in silver, dmso, and oxygen therapies. The common denominator is early intervention and early tumor growth.
In the current client there was no necrosis which is associated with die off. The lesion was causing pain at the site just underneath rib cage and lateral to the sternum. The lesion was growing outwards and was visible on both CAT and PET imagery.
The other factors that could account for these findings are: False positive on PET, False negative on pathology which are unlikely but possible. The surgeon was confident he biopsied the lesion site using CAT imagery taking four different specimens.
The fact that cellular changes showing stress or damage to liver cells, although minor, it was still present and demonstrates that something had happened to that area of the liver. Since she is not a drinker, had not suffered trauma to the liver, had no signs of active infection…the only conclusion we can draw is that her aggressive and early interventions restored the tumor mass back to oxidative metabolism. That the remaining lesion was overgrowth of packed cells that used to be cancerous.
The finding of infiltrated macrophages lends credence to the GcMAF having started macrophage activity. This client is a member of curezone and I hope that she reads this and confirms this situation.
The client is relieved after having gone through much duress. Is left with as many questions as the oncologist.
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