This is my first note since being accepted to your group. As a semi-retired radiologist, I am really impressed with your "protocols!"
The reason for joining, is to relate my wife's horrific experience with her melanoma (by the way, I hate long notes!, so will try & keep them short).
So, since her "cure" I would like to relate how we did it (?luck). Since, then, I have related to friends with tumors, what I have learned.
It is an on going learning process (vs. MD. school where the protocol is pretty well set & they will not venture from taught protocol, at least in oncology & most physicians practices).
The wife ("the boss") developed a deep melanoma behind the L. Knee. The first problem was that at the first resection, the entire lesion was not totally removed! So, a second operation was required. That was in latter part of 1990.
Between then & spring of 1995 she had 12 mets. most of which were so-called "in-transit" tumors spreading up her thigh in the subcutaneous skin tissues. Each required a general anesthetic.
Finally, it hit the groin lymph node. By this time, her leg looked like she was attacked by "Zorro!". Will continue.
Stan. J. M.D., FRCPC.
Date: Wed Feb 6, 2002 8:57 pm
Subject: Stan's note 2--the end
To continue wife's melanoma:
The groin lymph node was resected. It broke through its capsule & seeded into the adjacent soft tissue. She was given 20% for 1 year.
Oncology asked if she wanted to try experimental vaccine done at a distant centre. We agreed & with 1st sample, oncologist was called as to what to do with it. They were on holidays. Someone suggested freezing it until the returned.
As it turned out, it now was garbage. It should have been soaked in 2 different solutions & flown to the "vaccine" centre within 72 hours. So she popped another, properly "soaked" & a tissue transport person ran out of the O.R. with his case to the distant airport. I was impressed with this high drama.
The 72 hours went by & no word. Five days later we got a phone call.
The plane took off, but had a stop over & then got fogged in. Didn't arrive til 5 days later & by then there was not enough viable tumor tissue to work with. We then gave up on that.
The church prayed for her & then I started to read all I could on the subject, including Moss' "Cancer Therapy" & Walters "Options.
I also consulted with Moss.
I also got a copy of her blood work & I was amazed how depresed her lymphocytes were. With an immune system as this, she would never win.
Her oncologist said not to worry, "all are that way!" All those with ca, she review their lab work! with the physician. I read that melanoma can exude a chemical to depress the lymphoctes.
During these several years, she had 3 full courses of radio-therapy, to groin, thigh & knee. We new melanoma was resistant to radio-therapy & this was brought out to us, when new lesions popped up in the previously treated areas.
So we started her on MANY supplements in family of anti-oxidants, immune boosters & some so-called phytochemolytic agents. With diet, we stopped sugar, refined flour, used bottled spring water & stayed away from processed foods & much more. Checked house EMF & rmoved micro-wave.
All this, slowed it down a bit, but not completely.
Then in March/95, we heard & started with a Rife.
Alas, to now she has not had another melanoma. I new it all. Bull.
About a year ago, she developed a small endometrial ca & surgery was a complete cure.
She got a charge with that hospital stay, by having her room right next to the "birthing" room which brought back nice memories. Why this new tumor? The previous treatment killed the tumor, but not the cancer virus in the blood (the so-called BX or BY virus.) So she is now on for one year, EPBWBR (elder, peppermint, Black-Walnut & burdock) in hope to wipe these out.
Dr. Dick Loyd was helpful here, a nutritionist, at www.royalrife.com. He has a very interesting site! Also, a good review on "zappers & other gizmos".
By way, the rife can be tricky to be successful!!!
We were lucky?
By the way, we thanked the church & told "Him" he now was off the hook.
I read your post. I have a dear friend that has melanoma.It was discovered in '97 and removed and so she thought. Recently it showed up again and was pretty nasty. She has had lymph nodes removed and is going in on the 13th of Nov to have all the nodes removed in her groin. I want to help her. She is open to non traditional methods. Please help if you can. Thanks,