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  • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

    The single most important thing to do is re-build your immune system.  There is all kinds of advice about what to avoid like red meat, sugar, processed foods etc...  You need to supplement!  Your diet alone will not provide your body the necessary fuel (nutrients) to rebuild itself.  That is a fact!  I have helped hundreds of cancer survivors get their life back.  Become educated - not o...

    May 03 at 11:03 PM view post
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      Even if the performance properties of lunasin isn't 100% clear, wouldn't it still be worth it to consume to provide some benefit?  I have met and spoken with dozens of folks who decided to use this and their condition has not gotten any worse, and in some cases thrived!  Stability and peace of mind are priceless when living everyday wondering if your condition is going to take a turn for the worse. https:/...

      April 20 at 1:00 PM view post
      • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

        Read the book "Killing Cancer - Not People" by Robert Wright. There is lots of supportive information to help you.

        April 05 at 2:48 PM view post
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          I have a friend (Lisa) with triple negative breast cancer.  She told me she is in remission and doing quite well after using a protocol that drs say is extremely helpful. There is hope for you.

          April 05 at 2:37 PM view post
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            Good advice!  But eat vegetables raw as much as possible.  Do not cook or steam them as they lose their nutrient content from this. A variety of fresh berries (blueberries; strawberries; black berries; rasberries etc..) is also good.  Also take lunasin.  It works at the epigenetic level. 

            January 30 at 2:58 PM view post
            • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

              Several of my friends have had prostate cancer.  The key is what to do each day to minimize the risk of a returning diagnosis somewhere else.  Your procedure will help and your recovery should allow to travel without complications, just know that there are daily protocols to help ensure your long term health.  This is what my friends did.  Good luck!

              January 19 at 1:55 PM view post
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                There is more you can do to help yourself.  Studies continue to validate the epigenetic performance of lunasin.  It is the only natural product to have a direct epigenetic impact on the cells. Nothing else comes close.  Over 60 studies are published in pubmed.gov.

                January 08 at 4:25 PM view post
                • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                  Take a high fiber supplement like Fibrestore to help remove toxins from the body, so it can heal.  Also eat plenty of fresh vegetables.

                  October 20 at 2:43 AM view post
                  • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                    The lady in question has already had her thyroid gland removed. I really think that people should keep their comments to the main board rather than PMing. It is a risky business, using message boards for medical matters as it is. Even more risky, IMO, when people take it private and misinformation, if it is there, cannot be challenged. Really? Funny how folks reach out for help, but don't qualify it as medical; holi...

                    September 28 at 3:23 AM view post
                    • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                      This is so sad, but true when doctors perform surgery the cancer spreads.  A second opinion is definitely worth it.  I have a friend with lymphoma cancer in his neck (I know it's not the same as thyroid) and with a simple protocol his cancer is in remission without surgery, chemo, or radiation. He is 22 yrs old and is excited and hopeful instead of depressed and tired. PM me with a contact # and I will expl...

                      September 01 at 12:29 PM view post
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