Topic: My Wife's Breast Cancer Success Story

Forum: Who or What Inspires You? — Share your personal story, diagnosis, and treatment path, and stories of survival, hope, and success to encourage and inspire others!

Posted on: Jun 2, 2009 12:05PM

Posted on: Jun 2, 2009 12:05PM

Waynejay wrote:

My wife "Kitti" was diagnose with BC in her left areola back in April of 2000.  Needless to say, she was horrified!  I was with her in the room with the oncologist delivered the grim news.  Of course, a second opinion was in order.

The diagnosis was confirmed, after a biopsy and she was given the options of: a lumpectomy with radiation, or, chemo and radiation, or, a mastectomy of the left breast with radiation.  "Kitti" opted for a mastectomy with no chemo, or, radiation; since the lesion was localized to the areola.  She did agree to take Tamoxifen.

The surgery occurred in May of 2000.  Of course, I was there, every step of the way.  Interestingly, one of the attending nurses asked if I would be around after the surgery and reconstruction.  I personally thought that it was a rather curious question.  But, then she clarified why she asked it.  She stated "many men leave their wives or partners after breast surgery."

Frankly, I could not believe that.  The thought never entered by mind to do such a thing.  How could I leave my wife because she was ill?  What kind of man would leave his wife during the most difficult, emotionally exhausing and fearful time of her life; when she has a potentially deadly sickness?  Of course, the idea was ridiculous to me.  How would I feel if my wife left me simply because I had to have a diseased testical surgically removed?

In 2003, while still on Tamoxifen, we were introduced to a remarkable scientifically-sound natural protein therapy to optimize her immune system, which her oncologist approved.  With wonderful test results at each annual visit; in May of 2005, she was pronounced CANCER-FREE and taken off of Tamoxifen.  We were estatic!

Since May of 2005, she has continued to daily utilize the protein therapy as a part of her every day diet.

Today, in 2009, after receiving an excellent test report from her most recent annual checkup (April), "Kitti" remains cancer-free and enjoying her life; and I am enjoying it with her.  That's the way it should be!

Wayne J. Holloway
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Jun 2, 2009 12:11PM Marple wrote:

Wayne, I am VERY happy your wife is doing so well. 

However, I see you all over the boards here.........and wonder if you are trying to "sell" something?  My apologies if I am wrong.

Dx 2006, IDC, Stage IIB, Grade 2, 1/14 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
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Jun 2, 2009 09:05PM hollyann wrote:

Wayne, I am so glad to hear your wife is doing so well, but all of us cancer patients know we are not cured unless we die of something else...You can live cancer-free for your whole life but you still have some cancer cells in your body......Cancer free only means you don't have any detectable cancer in your body...You still have microscpoic cancer cells somewhere...I have known women who have been cancer free or as we call it NED for 19 or 20 years and then BAM they are hit even harder than the first time.....I truly hope your wife stays cancer free forever But I am like Sharon, wondering if you are trying ot sell something.......And why make up  a name for your wife?......We use our real spouses names here...We are honest with each other and don't need to make up names.....

Hugs and Love....Lucy Dx 1-15-07 IDC stage 1b grade 1, 1.6 cm.....Also DCIS grade 3, both in left breast Dx 1/15/2007, IDC, 1cm, Stage IB, Grade 1, 0/6 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
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Jun 3, 2009 08:19AM crazy4carrots wrote:

Hmmmm, I'm thinking Wayne wants us to ask what this remarkable cure was.  Not going to....!

The demagogue preaches doctrine he knows to be untrue to men he knows to be idiots. Dx 1/10/2008, ILC, 1cm, Stage I, Grade 3, 0/4 nodes, ER+/PR-, HER2-
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Jun 3, 2009 02:06PM Waynejay wrote:

Kitti is my wife's pet, or, nickname.

Wayne J. Holloway
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Jun 3, 2009 02:07PM Waynejay wrote:

Not really.

Wayne J. Holloway
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Jun 3, 2009 02:20PM Deb-from-Ohio wrote:

This guys selling something........I've seen his other posts and they all talk about this wonder thing.......shame you have to use Breast Cancer as a way to promote a business...disgusting too.

Dx 10/23/2008, IDC, 3cm, Stage IIIA, Grade 2, 1/5 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
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Jun 3, 2009 02:30PM dlb823 wrote:

Agreed.  Wife may have had bc, but here now solely for his own self interests.  Totally inappropriate use of this website.   

Deanna "The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears" Native American proverb Dx 2/1/2008, 1cm, Stage IIA, Grade 3, 1/16 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2- Dx 1/3/2014, Stage IV
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Jun 3, 2009 02:31PM - edited Jun 3, 2009 02:31PM by MJLToday

In 2003, while still on Tamoxifen, we were introduced to a remarkable scientifically-sound natural protein therapy to optimize her immune system, which her oncologist approved.  With wonderful test results at each annual visit; in May of 2005, she was pronounced CANCER-FREE and taken off of Tamoxifen.  We were estatic!

Since May of 2005, she has continued to daily utilize the protein therapy as a part of her every day diet.

Oh Wayne, I am DYING to know!  What is this wonder-protein-therapy that CURED your DW's cancer?  Can I get in on the ground level of this marketing this groundbreaking medical cure?

[[rolleyes]]

MJ '98 Stage 2 ER+/PR-/Her-, AC+Tam: Sep 08 bone/liver mets. Arimidex,Faslodex,Zometa thru 12/09, Aromasin+Everolimus thru 03/10, Abraxane thru 3/11,Xeloda 8/11,Armed Activated T cell trial 9/11, Taxotere/Gemzar now
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Jun 3, 2009 04:26PM Waynejay wrote:

Ladies, I hear YOU!  I apologize if you got the impression I am trying to "sell" something, or, get someone to join something. 

Perhaps, you have heard similar accounts; I don't know.  However, what I do know is that the information that I am sharing about my wife, Anita, aka "Kitti," (for those of you who thinks she is made up!), is not about a product, but, about a small molecule already in our bodies.  It's call glutathone.  You should look it up in any medical reference.  Better yet, why not ask your own doctors about it.  Many specialists are familiar with it's role in the body and its effect on cancer and the immune system.

By the way, I never said my wife was CURED.  I stated that she was pronounced CANCER-FREE, those are the words of her oncologist; not mine.

Furthermore, I do not believe any product can cure any disease.  But, I do believe that our bodies can be helped to put up a stronger defense against diseases, like cancer.  Or, if a person is taking chemo and/or radiation for their cancers; if there is a way to lessen the challenging side effects of the treatments without adversely affecting the efficacy of the treatment; then, I believe the patient should be informed about it.  Don't you?

Look, what I'm sharing can be researched at any good medical research website, like, www.pubmed.com, www.nih.com, and Center for Disease Control at, www.cdc.gov.

Oh, by the way; you might want to ask your doctor about glutathione and its role in relation to cancers.

So, get off your high horses and give me a chance to contribute as a passionate husband who has stayed and continues to stay by his still-sensitive wife. 

Wayne J. Holloway
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Jun 3, 2009 06:39PM leggo wrote:

Wayne, I sent you a pm.

"Once more into the fray... Into the last good fight I'll ever know... Live and die on this day... Live and die on this day." - The Grey

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