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  • dmercer has replied to a post on the message board

    Here is a community specifically focused on the cocktail approach. Great folks who are compassionate, helpful, and very well informed. http://btcocktails.blogspot.ca/?m=1

    March 07, 2018 view post
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      I'm currently stable with residual disease on watch and wait. Trying to decide whether to take melatonin and Metformin. I don't want to minimize their efficacy when I need them during active treatment. Anyone have any insight into this? Grace and peace, Danny

      March 25, 2016 view post
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        Resurrecting this thread because the blog doesn't seem to be very active. Has anyone found a dr. willing to prescribe and monitor the cocktail approach?

        March 25, 2016 view post
        • dmercer has replied to a post on the message board

          I've started working with kiwidrug.com There is also a new blog started at btcocktails.blogspot.ca discussing the cocktail approach. This blog started after the thread below reached 234 pages. Reading through it would give you a wealth of information. Several people featured in the film survivingterminalcancer.com are leading the conversation. http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,74411,0.htm

          August 18, 2015 view post
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            Would it be better to take Curcumin 500 2x a day or 1000 1x a day? Grace and Peace, Danny

            July 02, 2015 view post
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              Anyone experience hot flashes when taking PSK? I've recently noticed I'm becoming more and more flushed and hot lately. The only change has been the addition of PSK. Grace and peace, Danny

              June 07, 2015 view post
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                I’m a bit confused here. According to this study just released at ASCO regarding LGG:  "IDH-mutated tumors with codeletion had a median survival of 61.63 months with radiotherapy and 55.03 months with temozolomide.”  This OS is profoundly less than studies that have come out in the past (even regarding Anaplastic Oligos). Am I missing something here? Grace and Peace, Danny&...

                June 03, 2015 view post
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                  I know this sounds like a corny joke, but I haven't been taking my melatonin about half the time because I end up falling asleep before I take it. Does anyone take it earlier, say dinner time, without having problems staying up? Morning and dinner are easy rhythms for pill taking but I can't seem to get in a bedtime pill taking rhythm. Grace and peace, friends, Danny

                  May 29, 2015 view post
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                    Joan, Have you told Zhu about your cocktail? I'm just on a maintanence but feel a need to divulge mine, even though its bretty light (PSK, Curcumin, Melatonin, Tagament, Celebrex, D3, Omega-3, Ritalin (for fatigue), Keppra, Vimpat, Minimal refined sugar. I would love to add Metformin. I think this would round it out. Grace and Peace, Danny 

                    May 27, 2015 view post
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                      My daughter is terrified I'm going to be boring and use really big words no one understands. :) I could use some suggestions on neuro-humor.

                      May 26, 2015 view post
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