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  • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

    Just to let you know I have recently had a blood test where they grew my cells in the lab and say which chemo and natural agents work against it. Salicinium showed a reasonable hit rate so may well consider this. Remember this will not work for all cancers.

    January 18, 2019 view post
    • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

      Thanks for that john. Very informative and yes it's so important to get the cultures past the hydrochloride acid in the digestive tract,where they are mostly destroyed. So suppository or enema is ideal.or possibly some lyposomal technique. The choice of milk is paramount. It must be organic unpasteurised. Cheers Paul

      January 18, 2019 view post
      • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

        I am interested to know how the yogurt is administered rectally. I know it sounds disgusting but in my case I am left with a stoma after bowel resection. In theory anything used in suppository form will go straight to the liver where my mets are. This is more targeted to the tumours.

        January 16, 2019 view post
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          yep Frustrating I know    i did have suceess with reducing liver mets with chemo ceuximub and using b17 cannabis oil and misteltoe therapy   But they changed the chemo to a stronger one irinitecan and its got worse! I m about to start the 21 day portocol by Hulda Clark  https://www.frequencyrising.com/Hulda.Clark.The.Cure.For.All.Advanced.Cancers.pdf you can download the whole bo...

          July 26, 2018 view post
          • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

            My own take on this is that GC MAF is important for boosting the immune system and is an important weapon in the fight against cancer in particular stem cells that stop the cancer from coming back and recurring however it is only one weapon in the Arsenal and I use it with chemotherapy and many alternative therapies such as cannabis oil and mistletoe as well as super nutrition and exercise I have also seen slow reduc...

            July 02, 2018 view post
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              My own cea count on cetusximub and fu5 oxy went down from 115 to 14 in 4 weeks   but ive been off for 6 weeks and its gone up to 179!   mets only on liver.

              June 08, 2018 view post
              • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

                So what happened then? What was the outcome of the chemo, please?

                June 08, 2018 view post
                • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

                  Okay just to give you an update of my own personal situation. I was diagnosed in June 2017 with colorectal cancer a 5 cm tumour in the sigmoid colon I tried using all the alternatives for three months but it didn't work I was also stage four with big metastases on the liver six in total including a 7.5 cm and two 4cm and some smaller ones. They continued to grow. Then tried chemotherapy from September with SU5 and Be...

                  March 18, 2018 view post
                  • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

                    Good news and a great post. I am on Oxyplatin with Cetuximub. Here's hopin I get the same success with liver mts!

                    January 26, 2018 view post
                    • Redline has replied to a post on the message board

                      I think you are right my friend. Traditional treatments have advanced and the success rates are better than what they used to be for sure. Personally, I am receiving chemo with cetuximub which is more of a targeted therapy and I have had success with it reducing the tumours on my liver. I also take with this a few evenings a week before bedtime some cannabis oil and medicinal Todicamp kerosene on a spoonful of...

                      January 24, 2018 view post
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