I'm been taking cesium orally for not quite three months now. I think I still have cancer cells, but, per my CT scan of two weeks ago, it shows no further growth of tumors. I'm absolutely no expert, but I will answer some of your questions as best I can:
1. Is DMSO/cesium given cutaneously better than ingestion of cesium?
I wish I knew. It's very hard to get any kind of direct answer. On cancertutor.com (a great source of info about cesium), it at one point says take it only cutaneously and then, in another breath, talks about successful tests with people taking it orally! I tried taking it cutaneously, but it was unbelievably messy and time-consuming. I have therefore taken it orally with the potassium supplement. Dr. Wolfe of The Wolfe Clinic in British Columbia, who sells cesium tablets on his site, told me that any of the methods would be successful. I just wish this would be better clarified on other sites.
2. If you take cesium orally, does the DMSO still benefit?
Again, I wish I knew! Again, according to Dr. Wolfe (you can arrange for $95 to have an hour-long phone consultation with him), all the methods are equally effective.
3. Do any support chemicals help get cesium into the cancer cells?
No, according to my own extensive research. It's my understanding that the cesium is powerful enough on its own.
4. Does the cesium need to build up over time before it will affect the cancer?
Again, according to my own research, it is supposed to start working in some capacity almost immediately.
5. How soon will cancer cells begin dying?
Supposedly pretty quickly, but you must have a good detox program going simultaneously, which I have neglected to do until I was a couple of months into the treatment.
6. How does anyone find out if cancer cells are dying from treatment?
You'll see the toxic residue of the dead cells in your urine. Again, I refer you to cancertutor.com for more specific details. I'm not sure if I've done it appropriately -- my recent CT scan showed tumor stoppage, but I'm sure I still have cancer because I still have edema in my feet and ankles that are undoubtedly caused by the cancer. I guess, then, that the protocol works differently with different people and cancers (mine is recurrent endometrial cancer).
I don't know if the above has helped you a little. I am still learning myself, and I am only giving my opinion based on my own experience, what I have researched, and my discussion with Dr. Wolfe of The Wolfe Clinic. Feel free to e-mail me privately -- perhaps we can compare notes?