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leukemia 04 Jun 2013 02:35 #33509

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Just learned my two cousins have leukemia What protocols should we use . One has already started chemo in USA so that's a problem.
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leukemia 04 Jun 2013 20:24 #33531

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I do not recommend Chemo due to the success rate only being 3%! also it actually not only kills bad blood cells but all of the good cells, MMS only attacks the bad cells! After Chemo you are left with no immune system, hospitals are perfect breeding grounds for germs due to the temperatures etc. I have restored health to many with Leukemia and you will see some testomonials here that have been posted.

There are many questions but first would be is the liver extended? how is the liver?

protocol 2000 is the best but start very slowley, baths with CDS and DMSO and daily body painting. i also suggest Burdock root for cleaning the blood and some herbs for cancer, we make them in capsules which contain:

Liquorice root
Artichoke
Echinacea
Chlorella
Spirulina
Graviola
Blessed thistle
Siberian Ginseng
Mistletoe
Goldenseal

There is help here on the forum to guide you through the process of helping your family members

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leukemia 04 Jun 2013 20:45 #33533

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I've forwarded your information to their brother. Hope the one goes with what we know. I fear for the one on chemo. I dropped my chance for medicare in USA western medicine is evil in many ways. Thanks Pat. Hope I can email you for direction if necessary. Pat

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leukemia 04 Jun 2013 22:56 #33538

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Hi Pat,

you can only do your best and forward information, the family must feel like they are on a roller coaster of emmotions right now and my thoughts are with the family. Emmotional support is important, we are here to help and assist your family members if they require our help.

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leukemia 04 Jun 2013 23:56 #33540

LOL, I use medicare for testing, pretty much, knowing that even the tests might not be accurate (given my experience and my history)-
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leukemia 05 Jun 2013 13:07 #33554

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Pam I though of that but rather rely on herxing and my computer. Must say Trauma surgeons are great and saved me a couple of times. As far as testing they should have an accuracy rating. But if that were mandatory I'm sure it would put them out of business. LOL Pat

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leukemia 05 Jun 2013 20:01 #33559

Hey, trauma docs are da bomb! I am always hoping I won't have trauma, but that would be something else I'd use it for, should the need arise.
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leukemia 05 Jun 2013 21:53 #33563

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Part A is free hospitalization-trauma Part B is Docs visits etc That you pay for

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leukemia 08 Jun 2013 10:46 #33616

Although I hate to add to your worries, I feel that it's important to add for others who might some day come along: The statistics for those who go with alternatives (at least for most cancers, not certain on leukemia specificly) run around 90% cure rate. Once they've gone the conventional (slash/poison/burn) route, that drops down to around a 40% cure rate w/alternatives. As mentioned above, the cure rate for conventional treatment is right around 3%, when identical standards are applied. (The MIC likes to "cook their books," by counting the folks who die from things like organ failure resulting from their treatments and opportunistic illnesses resulting from their destroying the immune system as "success stories" for statistical purposes...) Still - 40% is better than 3%; so, if the one cousin will listen to you, things aren't totally hopeless.

It IS soooo frustrating, though, when folks are willing to die rather than stand up to a corrupted medical system... A friend of mine's wife died from breast cancer, after refusing to even consider anything that "wasn't approved." He still seems pretty devasted and lost without her; so, it's hard for me to just shrug and chalk it up to "her life / her choice..." The sad reality, though, is that so many people are SO brainwashed that they're virtually incapable of standing up to doctors, even when their life is on the line... :angry:

You and your family will be in my prayers.

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