Cellect

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RE: Cellect

by pdazzo on Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/22/2008 Kim290155 wrote:

Hi Patti

Thanks for that.

My last option for surgery evaporated today as they decided one tumour was too close to the main artery. Waited a month for them to tell me that. My wife was devastated but after a couple of minutes i moved on,  and will begin moving ahead as fast as i can.

i will  email Lora back and just see what can be done, I'm still confused as they have just quoted me $75.00 per kit which would be $US450 per mont for 6 doses. I have also gone on the budwig diet and that is proving a drain on finances. Disabled pensions not good for much as I'm finfding out :)

I can't seem to find the dose for my cancer (liver metastasis from colon )and they don't know how fast it is moving yet. Accept to tell me it obviously took less than 3 months to get going after chemo 1 at 3.5cm and 1 at 2cm, they expect there could be more by now. Allthough I haven't even been able to make an appointment with the oncologist to see what is next, and how long i have got.

Have you just bought in the powder and gotten the COD Liver oil here.

Thanks for your help

 Regards

Kim 

 

 

 


 

Hi Kim,

I'm sorry, I just did the math wrong, I was thinking 4 not 6 doses.  Actually, I started on 6, but for cancer 4 is recommended.  I just remember asking Lora about dosage and she said the faster you get it into your boby the faster it will work. Everything you need comes with Cellect, the cod liver oil and the gelatin if you choose the semi-blend.Prior to my surgery in '02 I tried different diets, including Budwig and herbal remedies and juicing.  After 5 months nothing changed, so I had the surgery.  I did not find out about Cellect until '04. It rebuilt my immune system, that was wiped out from a year on trial of interferon.

I also want to mention that I used the Cancer Treatment Centers of America for tracking of my progress.  My doctor is Rudolph Willis-he never discouraged me from using Cellect. Mainly, I think, because kidney cancer is a tough one, that does'nt  respond to chemo or radiation.What I like about CTCA is that they never give up on anyone and never tell anyone they have an experation date. They use conventional medicine, nutrition, spiritual support, mind-body therapy, everything with promise. Most importantly, they offer hope, and compassionate care.  I went to the "best" cancer hospital in NYC for two years before CTCA-they basically wanted to use me for trials and I had an instinctive feeling they would trial me to death before the cancer got me. That's when I decided to use Cellect, I figured, I had nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Your attitude has everything to do with your survival.  Someone has survived the cancer you are dealing with, you can too.

God Bless,

Patti

 

 

 

RE: Cellect

by Kim290155 on Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/22/2008 pdazzo wrote:

 

On 8/22/2008 Kim290155 wrote:

Hi Patti

Thanks for that.

My last option for surgery evaporated today as they decided one tumour was too close to the main artery. Waited a month for them to tell me that. My wife was devastated but after a couple of minutes i moved on,  and will begin moving ahead as fast as i can.

i will  email Lora back and just see what can be done, I'm still confused as they have just quoted me $75.00 per kit which would be $US450 per mont for 6 doses. I have also gone on the budwig diet and that is proving a drain on finances. Disabled pensions not good for much as I'm finfding out :)

I can't seem to find the dose for my cancer (liver metastasis from colon )and they don't know how fast it is moving yet. Accept to tell me it obviously took less than 3 months to get going after chemo 1 at 3.5cm and 1 at 2cm, they expect there could be more by now. Allthough I haven't even been able to make an appointment with the oncologist to see what is next, and how long i have got.

Have you just bought in the powder and gotten the COD Liver oil here.

Thanks for your help

 Regards

Kim 

 

 

 


 

Hi Kim,

I'm sorry, I just did the math wrong, I was thinking 4 not 6 doses.  Actually, I started on 6, but for cancer 4 is recommended.  I just remember asking Lora about dosage and she said the faster you get it into your boby the faster it will work. Everything you need comes with Cellect, the cod liver oil and the gelatin if you choose the semi-blend.Prior to my surgery in '02 I tried different diets, including Budwig and herbal remedies and juicing.  After 5 months nothing changed, so I had the surgery.  I did not find out about Cellect until '04. It rebuilt my immune system, that was wiped out from a year on trial of interferon.

I also want to mention that I used the Cancer Treatment Centers of America for tracking of my progress.  My doctor is Rudolph Willis-he never discouraged me from using Cellect. Mainly, I think, because kidney cancer is a tough one, that does'nt  respond to chemo or radiation.What I like about CTCA is that they never give up on anyone and never tell anyone they have an experation date. They use conventional medicine, nutrition, spiritual support, mind-body therapy, everything with promise. Most importantly, they offer hope, and compassionate care.  I went to the "best" cancer hospital in NYC for two years before CTCA-they basically wanted to use me for trials and I had an instinctive feeling they would trial me to death before the cancer got me. That's when I decided to use Cellect, I figured, I had nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Your attitude has everything to do with your survival.  Someone has survived the cancer you are dealing with, you can too.

God Bless,

Patti

 

 

 


 

Hi Patti

 

for some reason I thought you were in Australia, where I am, and some of my question re getting cod liver oil here must have sounded strange. I was really looking at trying to minimise the shipping cost. 

I have gone on the complete Budwig protocol and our food bill has more than  tripled. Unless i can sort out something financially I am going to have to miss the CELLECT. All though i have a lot of junk to stick on ebay, just all of a sudden I can't seem to find enough hours in the day to do everything.

Can't believe how much time i wasted playing solitaire or watching TV after my bowel opreration and during chemo.  I would never reccomend anybody do chemo (accept for testicular cancer) all it does is destroy you and the fatigue is unbelievable.

Warmest Regards

Kim

RE: Cellect

by Clay139675 on Mon Oct 13, 2008 12:00 AM

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Patti,

The Cellect.org website is not working. Do you have any other contact info.

RE: Cellect

by totti on Fri Nov 28, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi,Kim,Patti,and all of whom use cellect or Budwig:

1.Is Budwig useful for cure cancer?
2.If budwig useful,how long will it take effectiveness?
3.Anyone use cellect works well or no any good result? please tell me,I also need to choose what should use to cure cancer.

RE: Cellect

by teknogreen on Wed May 20, 2009 12:00 AM

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hmm... no one's posted anything here for a while?!  cellect.org site not responding... i've left messages... well.. it was only yesterday... maybe i'll give them a little more time before i call again or find something else?

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RE: Cellect

by Vienna1015 on Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:44 PM

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To Pdazzo,

This program also worked for my grandmother as well who was diagnosed with breast cancer. Therefore, I decided to do a research project on it for one of my classes at Fordham University. I was wondering if I could possibly interview you about your experience with the program. If so, please let me know and I can forward you my contact information. Thank you in advance.

--Vienna

RE: Cellect

by kerdes on Thu Mar 22, 2012 02:23 PM

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Can I ask what the program is that worked for you grandmother?

Thanks,

Kerry

RE: Cellect

by kerdes on Thu Mar 22, 2012 02:35 PM

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Did you do anything other than cellect?

RE: Cellect

by CAnel on Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:01 AM

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On Dec 01, 2011 11:44 PM Vienna1015 wrote:

To Pdazzo,

This program also worked for my grandmother as well who was diagnosed with breast cancer. Therefore, I decided to do a research project on it for one of my classes at Fordham University. I was wondering if I could possibly interview you about your experience with the program. If so, please let me know and I can forward you my contact information. Thank you in advance.

--Vienna

Hello Vienna,

Did you manage to complete a research project on Cellect?

Would you be willing to share what you discovered? I would love to hear from you and anyone else that might be able to tell me how this has worked for them. I am trying to determine if this is indeed what it is cracked up to be. The posts here are not current.

Thanks!

Nellie

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