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Re: Could these be Gallstones? The Lancet Volume 365, Number 9468 16 April 2005
 
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Re: Could these be Gallstones? The Lancet Volume 365, Number 9468 16 April 2005


The results of the Lancet tests, April 2005 are simply wrong. I was admitted to emergency and diagnosed with an extended gallbladder and many gall stones. I was in extreme pain. I have done 3 treatments consisting of olive oil and lemon juice, and Epson salts. I have expelled at least 300 stones and I am no longer in pain. My gallbladder is not distended anymore. Furthermore, my gallbladder is not bloated, swollen, or sore. I can eat cookies, cheese, milk etc., which would have put me in the hospital before. Clearly, without a shadow of doubt, these treatments work to clean the liver and gallbladder.

I have kept all the stones in a jar in the freezer, and will gladly send them in a refrigerated case to the Lancet group if they require proof, along with the blood work and ultrasound reports before the treatment.

After I do my fourth flush, I will have another ultrasound which will definitively prove my Gallstones are gone.

Thank you, a very grateful person to the Curezone site and those who have posted their stories.

Mark
Toronto, Canada.
 

 
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