Re: In the interest of truth
Thanks for clarifying your situations.
Take cesium with food always. Devide doses into three or four dosings. Use immodium ad when you take cesiuim. These things should help tolerances.
Sarcoma is very fast growing. It can spread through lymph and venous system.
Yeah, cesium chloride can be taken as a vitamin once you feel your cancer is near remission. Lowering the dosage for long term use is not a bad idea.
The cesium protocols also call for additional adjuncts. Are you using these adjuncts? If not would you like to see those protocols.
Have you researched vitamin c infusions? %70 success rate.
Have you researched ESSIAC? This concoction actually contains four or five different kinds of oxygen donors along with some highly alkaline metalic salts.
The oxygen donors in Essiac
are oxalates, polyphenols, chlorophyll, mineral oxides, quinones.
The original promoters of this therapy have a wonderful book out. The doctor actually treated his own cancer with this group of herbs. He used no other treatments.
Read my postings about cancer being anaerobic and don't be passive about your disease. Several cheap, inexpensive therapies can be started immediately.
DMSO is a great oxygen therapy. It's so cheap it is not funny. Contains sulphur compounds that bind to and then release O2.
Above all! Don't wait. Please contact me for specific protocols if you are going to take on a fighter's outlook! I have seen so many wonderful outcomes to cancer using oxygen or ph therapies. Vitamin c infusions have been pretty successful too.
Bret Peirce, licensed nurse, author of the "Peirce Postulate."