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Feb 18, 2012 04:59PM
Hi Maud - We use kinesiology to decide protocols, every two weeks check again. We also use a lot of resesarch, common sense and follow what fits in the budget.
I don't mind sharing. But remember this is this week, I have been using one protocol or another since I found the mass mid-July, and was using other protocols before that for memory issues nd exhaustion, I was in very very rough shape, could not even drive, was scary, would forget what yield meant when facing the sign and made others yield for me instead, freaked out my sister, family took my keys for months LOL. Could not remember names, or how to use computer day-to-day, or for example, sister's phone number and she had same for 15 yrs, so looked it up five times in order to call her, everytime I shut the book, forgot, looked again, kept forgetting I forgot. So I was sick.
What I am saying, I think this started in my brain, a scan showed "plaque" four years ago, I tried to deal with it myself. Was it cancer, doubt it, but it had to do w the undiagnosed thyroid. Wondering, Maud, if you have had your thyroid correctly checked???? Thyroid issues, the proteins do not digest properly, not utilized. Thyroid has been linked to both cancer and Alzheimer's and I am eagerly researching this again, but the one book I have is from Mayo on Alzheimer's and they are very clear about proteins in brain.
Following through, thyroid, Alzheimer's symptoms, at least dimentia, then cancer. Bam bam bam.
Protandim is an antioxidant that can assist in all. The studies on ingredients is on pubmed.gov for own research.
Maud - back to my protocol - the one thing that helped me most w memory was Rife technology, bought mine from JWLabs, user friendly, but not the cheapest. Would be a good contraption to go in w others and share cost and use. Everyone noticed my memory came back after the Rife, but before the surgery, interesting. I would be glad to share with you all about it.
I also, at the time of memory issues, was using Ojibwa tea, fucoidan capsules some.
I think right now, the protocol does not really address memory, though it would help it. I will be on Protandim 2 3x day, Fucoidz capsules 6 1x day, BioResponse's Breast Balance and DIM, 2 of DIM and 1 of other, Ojibwa tea 4 o 4x day, SeaCalcium 3 day, Noni capsules for pancreas and more 3 day, flaxseed oil/ organic hormone free yogurt mixture as prescribed by Budwig 3 x day, coconut oil 4 tsp day, lemon water, green tea, low glycemic foods, Metformin 2500 mg - see thread for more info on Metformin - Rife every other day, gentle and systematic approach to spine right now for fungal issues, I am taking Levosomething for thyroid,125 mg day but want to get on a natural support such as New Zeland sheep thyroid, and I am taking the MSM - LIPH protocol 2x day plus LIPH water 2x day - see that protocol on cancertutor.com/Cancer03/MSM_L... because it is involved. I take CoQ10 400 IU 2x day, use Vitol, a water soluble so cannot OD since it only absorbs what one needs, my integrative med dr said.
I used so many products and improved. Then I found the mass last summer. And that is what I am on right now.
It's hard to know what is for each person though because every cancer is different, every body different, every system at different condition. I would be happy to pm with you on questions though, I love to help people.
Right now, I just want all the test results to say cancer, what cancer? But I would still do what I am now and more, there is no easy way out of this with or without chemo and rads. I feel I am fortunate to have known so much when I found the mass and to begin immediately. I waited two months+ to go to GP, two months for surgery but have not stopped a day from hitting it with everything I learn and can afford. The Protandim one at top of list, happy to find out about it.
"Every mistake I have made has proven to be invaluable information for someone." Me.
7/15/2011, IDC, 2cm, Stage IV, Grade 3, 3/11 nodes, mets, ER+/PR+, HER2-
11/28/2011 Lumpectomy in one or both breasts: Lumpectomy in my right breast; Lymph node removal (also called dissection): Sentinel lymph node removal (also called dissection)
, Lymph node removal (also called dissection) on my right side