Is cancertutor trustworthy?

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RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by Tuber on Sat Nov 29, 2014 08:47 PM

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This is for new people wondering about cancertudor.

 

CancerTudor is pretty good, yet I don't take it to be the Gospel. Still, the info on there sets people on a potential right path.  The basics on the site are good. Read sources though also.

There is a book called "Anticancer," by David Servan-Schreiber which divides foods and even some supplements into  anticancer substances that slow cancer down or kill it, and cancer-promoting substances that help cancer grow faster.  He has charts on which veggies are the most anticancer foods for what cancers. Useful stuff. The problem with David's book is that it is better for someone in remission as his advice would not likely be fast enough to save someone in final stages of any cancer or the aggressive cancers.

CancerTudor tries to address the issue of advanced or aggressive cancer. It strongly states that one has to alkalize the cells (not the blood stream or the whole body, but the cancer cells themselves). If you can do this, you will make the cancer cells sluggish and it gives time to add other methods to kill or normalize the disease, as the cancer's growth is so slow as to make it much less dangerous. The site gives numerous methods to do this. This seems pretty solid advice to me as cancer promotes both lactic acid and inflammation factors such as NFkappaB to create an environment it can trive in and grow fast. The alkaline materials lowers both of these.

CancerTudor has multiple theories some of which I find absolutely true, and others that I find a bit dubious.  The idea that cancer starts because of lack of oxygen and the cells becoming anarobic seems true to me. The idea that the cells get bacteria in them, and if you can kill the bacteria the cancer cells will "normalize" seems illogical. The question for me is, "Can cancer cells really be brought back to normal function?"  Most likely they can is the answer is yes, and some of the methods at CancerTudor would help in this area, as they suggest getting various vitamins and herbs inside the cancer cells to work their magic. It is will known that things like green tea extract, curcurmin, N-Aceyl-Cystine, IP6, and many other substances slow down cancer growth, even from the outside of the cell.  CancerTudor promotes substances that can get these and other anticancer substances inside the cancer cells where they are much more effective.  If this works, and logic to me suggests these anticancer vitamins, herbs and foods would be stronger if they can get past the cancer cells defences, then it doesn't really matter to me if they are killing bacteria or normalizing the cells through some not yet known way.

If I have to speculate, I believe they are somehow normalizing the cells membranes. Cell membranes, according to recent biology are the main intelligence of the cells. DNA is the map, but the cell membrane is the signalling transducer for what proteins can be created by the cells and by what amounts these proteins can be made.  Cancer cells are missing critical proteins and they also create too many on some other proteins.

BTW, I am currently in remission from Acute Undifferentated Leukemia for about 8 months, and I did go through a full week of Chemo 24/7 to get it here. I am now trying natural means to fight it.

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by Cancer-Survivor on Thu Jan 15, 2015 05:59 AM

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I had a tumor on my back the size of a 1/2 grapefruit which was diagnosed as an inoperable Lymphoma cancer. I found the Cancertutor website and followed one of their protocols (Bill Henderson Protocol A Stage III Cancer Treatment) and within 6 weeks the tumor was completely gone. It was scary not to go with traditional treatments but I took a chance since they were not selling anything on the website (follow the money) and the protocol I followed was very inexpensive. If I had the money I would probably have tried some of the more expensive treatments they have there but had to go with the cheaper protocol.  Everything I used was purchased through sources other than their website so they did not make a dime. That was three years ago and I remain cancer free. Do I trust them? Yes, I would and did trust them with my life!

The biggest problem I have now is trying to convince people that these treatments actually work. People have a very difficult time, and understandably so, believing that there are actually cures for cancer. It is so sad to see people going through so much heartache and pain, knowing firsthand what they are going through, when I know they can be helped. I wish I could do more but all I can do is tell people the truth about my own experience and let them decide for themselves.     


 

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by ccaavv on Sat Nov 12, 2016 05:29 AM

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I am so sorry to anyone who has sought advice for their own cancer, or a loved ones, who has been fooled by CANCERTUTOR.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CANCERTUTOR.com .  This site is completely phony despit it's professional appearance. And they prey on desperate and heartbroken people.  It is NOT a miracle cure and you should be weary of ANY medication which has the word "MIRACLE" in it.

Do not listen to anyone who vouches for the site CANCERTUTOR.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CANCERTUTOR.com .  They are solely giving you bad advice to MAKE MONEY.  MMS (Sodium Chlorite) is an INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH BLEACH.  Call you doctor, the FDA or any health, chemistry, or pharmeuceutical company.  You can even call CLOROX and they will confirm that this is industrial strength bleach.

This is such a huge scam, that the T.V. show 20/20 has exposed it.  The episode aired Fall 2016.

https://www.exposingtruth.com/mms-miracle-mineral-scam/

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by Surfertim on Sun Jan 08, 2017 05:47 PM

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Trustworthy? Not at all. Their founder (Webster Kehr) has posted this article recently where he personally recommends protocols given by known convicted felons (Dr. Young cited in article). So, at best dangerously irresponsible - or at worst - criminal. Be warned - this feels like a big con and hopefully will be held to account. https://www.cancertutor.com/cancer-diet/ 

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by RAY.1X on Thu Apr 20, 2017 03:26 PM

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Yes,I have a lot of confidence in the Cancertutor.Cancer tutor gives you hope.Approx imatley nine weeks ago my father was diagnosed with stage 4 mestatic colon cancer.After surgery to remove most of the cancer,ALOT OF CONTINOUS  PRAYING WITH NO CHEMO OR RADIATION ,THREE WEEK STAY IN REHAB AND NOW HOME.On April 17th,my father had another CT scan.Our oncologist said that my father's cancer is better.He is feeling better ,and he has more energy. For approximately two weeks, we have been following bits and pieces from numerous protocols.NO SUGAR,meat,salt,processed foods and allowing him to eat only vegatables,grapes,almonds,fruits,flax & chia seeds ,also drinking blended vegatables/fruits with water and Garden of Life RAW Oraganic Protein Powder.Trying to Get his body to an alkaline state,bc cancer can't grow in a alkaline environment.Also implementing Black seed oil,flaxseed oil,hemp seed oil,honey and baking soda.I Will be implementing food grade hydrogen peroxide drops and flaxseed,flaxseed oil,and cottage cheese combination .Everything on this site may or may not work,but I believe the combinations or protocols has worked for someone.This site has been a huge BLESSING to our family.Also ,the are other good helpful sites on the web.

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by chalmj on Fri Apr 21, 2017 06:23 PM

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Ray,

Sounds like your doing the right things like avoiding sugar.

I use a ketogenic diet to keep carbohydrate intake low. Some cancer clinics put their patients on a ketogenic diet as a mechanism to accomplish this. It is actually a hugh break through in cancer treatment. Below is a link to a Dr. Mercola article talking about this breakthrough. 

I have a post called the ketogenic diet and cancer on this forum trying to get a discussion going with others who are also finding out about this and how effective it is for cancer.

I can't call this an alternative approach. Many of the videos on you tube on this subject are from doctors presenting this approach to their peirs at conferences. 

I don't know how long it will take to become mainstream in cancer patient treatment. Doctors probably can't make much money with this approach as it is really the cancer patient treating themselves. 

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/03/1

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by cancertutorbad on Sat Dec 16, 2017 05:52 PM

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Old thread, but I've made a small website detailing why you SHOULD NOT TRUST CANCERTUTOR

It's full of terrible errors and the foundation which it talks about, the Independent Cancer Research Foundation, has a website without any details (no scientists, no labs, no location). Just a big sign asking for you to donate.

https://donottrustcancertutor.wordpress.com/

I have nothing to gain from writing this website. I was just so angry at the lies its spreading to vulnerable people with cancer (or loved ones with cancer). Please think twice before trusting anything it says!

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by ToddlerFather on Thu Jan 04, 2018 03:10 AM

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Besides the references to questionable material and a good number of unfounded affirmations, Cancer Tutor describes an incredibly high number of natural treatments without any guidance on how to select one or a few. So even assuming that every piece of that site works in one situation or another, the odds of actually picking one that would work for you is incredibly small. 

So unless one intends to use that site as an index of all alternative treatments ever suggested, and then using other sources to eval which could make sense, other natural treatments fora might be more useful. That site has almost 1,400 pages, and if every page had 5 treatments in average, that's 7,000 treatments to research... 

Even I with stage IV cancer can't see myself doing that level of research. The googling and occasional scientific article purchasing I have been doing already surprise doctors in how deep I'm studying my health condition, and that doesn't get near what I described above. 

RE: Is cancertutor trustworthy?

by Ladydi431 on Sun Jan 19, 2020 06:41 PM

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I trusted this site until recently when I noticed it is now “ sponsored “ by cancer clinics I would not have thought much about that, except that my husband went to one of those in Minnesota. And they mostly promote a Rife machine and two days there will cost you 15 k Then they want you to buy their supplements , which you can get for less elsewhere. I later found out from rife experts that the machine they sell us not stringy enough . However . The main turn off to that clinic was that they did not follow up to see how my husband was doing , and when we called for the included follow up Call. The doctor seemed annoyed and rushed. So , Cancer tutor is now affiliating themselves with clinics - I’m sure for funding.. It was good when it was impartial . But no more . I would trust the truth about cancer more. Ty and Charlene Bollinger Or Chris bear cancer
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