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    Update- A friend of a friend contacted me last week about Proton Therapy. After looking at the information on the web and talking with me, he sent his scans tothe Dr at Loma Linda, and unfortunately, he was not a candidate. A friend from Church just returned from Loma Linda where she was being treated for a Pancreatic Tumor. Another friend from church just Completed Proton Therapy for Prostate Cancer at Knoxville. ...

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      Roscoe Douglas, In March 2015, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer at age 67. The treatment offered was Chemo only.  In addition to the colon cancer, I had liver and Aorta Mets.  According to the doctors at Emory in Atlanta, The Liver mets were supposed to kill me in 6 months without chemo. I refused Chemo and started on the Budwig diet. When I first learned about proton therapy in Nov 201...

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        Thank you for the reply. I believe the Budwig Protecol will work, I have been on it almost two weeks, and actually like it. I am just not ready for the Surgery and Chemo.

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          I am 67 and was diagnosed 3 weeks ago with Stage 4 Colon Adinocarcinoma Cancer metastisized to the Liver and Lymph nodes.  I have decided to use the Budwig diet instead of surgery and chemo. Does anyone have any experience with the Budwig Diet. 

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