On March 20, 2006 I was diagnosed with suspicious thyroid cancer. The only way to know for sure is to have the lobe removed surgically, then examined by pathologists.
I started zapping and herbs within a week (a friend's friend made a zapper). I couldn't find everything mentioned in Dr Clark's book in the health food store, so had to improvise. For instance, instead of Black-Walnut
separate, I found both in a liquid product, Para-Free, following its instructions. I put it in a blended strawberries for palatability. The cloves I found in powder, so made capsules.
I zapped for two weeks. I just now read a posting that said the paper was to be soaked in salt water, then disposed after each use. This wasn't in her book. What's the ratio of salt to water?
I started juicing
the following week (which is part of Dr Day's program, but I'm doing it more intensively). I refrain from meat and dairy products now.
Two weeks ago I changed my cleaning and hygiene products. The citric acid
/cornstarch isn't helping against BO, so I bought aluminum-free anti-perspirant/deodorant from a health food store. The liquid borax and citric acid
are working for shampoo/conditioner. In fact, I have better hairdays using this than I've ever had before.
My last biopsy was April 27. Results are "highly suspicious," even more so than the first biopsy. The nodule is slightly larger. The surgeon is OK with me not wanting to have a total thyroidectomy (we'll skip the frozen sample), but as far as removing the nodule, he wouldn't recommend waiting more than two more months, as the nodule is large (3cm X 4cm X 2cm) and he's concerned with metastasis to the lymph nodes. He's OK with my postponing removing the remaining of the thyroid, even to a year or so (the biopsy leads him to believe that the pathologist will diagnose it as cancer).
(An interesting stat: according to the surgeon, if any remaining cancer is left following surgery, there is only a 20% chance that it will spread to the other side. I didn't think that's worth losing my thyroid, having radioiodine, then depending on synthetic meds for the rest of my life, on just a 20% chance.)
I would really prefer to avoid surgery altogether. Is there anyone else who has overcome thyroid cancer using alternative treatments? I can't find anything for thyroid. The results come up, claiming thyroid is mentioned, but it's not.