ok. so are you saying that when you were diagnosed with a hematological malignancy you (and your parents?) were so shocked you (all?) totally forgot what type the doctor said you had?
because if he didn't tell you and they just began preparations to throw you into life threatening treatment (do you at least remember what they were going to put into you?) then you had a pretty dicey doctor and this should have rung warning bells to you and your family and you should have gone for a second opinion quick smart. or (and i'm uncomfortable saying this but.....) did your doctor/s perhaps judge/misjudge you and your family to be incapable of handling the facts? (something doctors used to do but which is considered medical negligence and malpractice these days).
the reason i ask is because you often write about this event in your life that has no documented evidence as tho it positively confirms that Water Fasting cured your leukemia and can cure cancer.
but what i'm more curious about is why, with so little evidence did you choose to be absolutely sure that you DID HAVE a monoclonal malignancy, when without even a memory of the details, there is an EQUAL possibility that you did NOT HAVE blood cancer and could have simply been misdiagnosed?
more importantly, have you ever asked yourself why (why any human being for that matter) are so eager to 'believe' what other people 'say' without any 'actual, factual' evidence?
this is a life and death question for the human race and should be asked *constantly* by every caring human being as we watch what our willingness to turn a blind eye and ignore the facts has done to all life on this planet.
btw i have a lot of respect for the time and effort you put in here even if your own fasting experience was 30 years ago. it is obviously much needed by many fasters here who are still not sure how to utilize this vast reservoir of knowledge called the net.