In 2006 I was diagnosed to have skin cancer and got it surgically removed. They didn't get it all the first time, so one more surgery was needed.
About one year later another spot appeared, now on my arm. It was identical to the one I had on my chest. I did not bother getting a new diagnosis. I new what this was.
The difference this time is that I had learned about MMS (and CDS and CDH).
Long story short, I put 1 drop of undiluted CDH on the brown spot. I did this once a day for about a week and then forgot about it. To my surprise, a week later the brown spot loosened from fresh new skin beneath.
Quite amazed I was, but did not get to the bottom of it. Slowly it grew back. Since I now knew I could get rid of it anytime if I wanted to, I did not worry too much about it anylonger.
First years later, and after the cancerous spot growing bigger than it was before, I did a second attempt, now using 1 drop of undiluted and unactivated MMS + 1 drop of DMSO. Again I discontinued treatment, basically because I forget. But again the brown spot loosened a week after that.
And yes again it grew back over a period of several years. Next try was last year while I stayed at someone's place because of work. This time I also made some photo's:
The spot on my right underarm after 2 applications of unactivated and undiluted MMS + DMSO. One drop of both, right on the spot, one application per day. Slightly reddish irritated skin can be seen around the spot. No pain.
Day 4, after 3 applications. Blisters show up, but only on the dark colored spot itself. Even when the solution spoils well over the edges of the spot itself, there is only very little irritation on the skin around.
More blisters. Day 5, after 4 applications. Itching. No pain.
Day 6 right after 6th application. I itched up the blistering spot while sleeping at night. Some irritation. No pain.
Day 7. Stopping treatment after 7 applications. Too much itching and a burning sensation around the spot at this point. It bothers me while at work. Might be an idea to do only one application every 2 days to be able to continue for a longer period of time (?).
As expected about a week later the whole thing started peeling off. No more photos as the skin healing process takes a few weeks and til then you can't really see the end result. And then I got busy with other things..
After the skin was back to normal I could see signs of the spot still not completely gone. But reduced to about 1/8th in size. This was last winter. Today, one year later, it has grown slowly back to a quarter in size of what it was.
Will do another round (which I of course should have done long ago) and try to root it all out this time. Will post a final update later after I'm sure it's gone for good.
I'm aware I've not been following standard protocols for cancer/skin cancer. And also that the removal of one visible cancerous spot is not the same as being cancer free. It may more often be the opposite I'm afraid, one visible sign being a bad sign.
This write-up is for generating some commitment now that it's winter and I got the time. Start 2020 with 2-3 weeks of protocol 1000 would do me real good.
I'm on prepaid and going offline in a bit for quite some time. Alone but privileged to spend the winter months at a very peaceful place:
Wish you all good luck with whatever endeavors you may decide to go for. See you all next spring. In good health of course
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If you decide to first follow P3000, I would use full-strength CDS plus DMSO on top of the CDS. If the spot does not disappear, then try black salve. Be sure you understand how to use black salve and be prepared for a painful day or two.
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