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Esophageal Stent 25 May 2024 04:12 #82508

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We have a friend with gastro-esophageal cancer who has been doing protocol 1000 and is ready to start protocol 2000.  About a week ago, he had an esophageal stent installed, which is helping him to eat and drink.

Is it safe for him to resume the protocols now that he is home from the hospital?  Or will the foreign substance (I don't know if the stent is metal or plastic, or both) interact with the CD?

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Esophageal Stent 25 May 2024 08:03 #82514

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That's a very tough question to answer.
I wonder if anyone really knows the answer to that.

I would think that the MMS2 is okay, because it is in a pill
that is swallowed, so it bypasses the esophagus and lands
in the stomach. Although sometimes I get an acid reflux-like
response, which can be a little severe at times.
So I usually drink about 4 oz of water, swallow the MMS2 pill,
drink a few more ounces of water, then eat a cracker, and
drink more water. That usually really helps with any acidity issues.

If it doesn't then I drink more water, eat another cracker, and
drink some more water. Once time, when I was out and about
after taking MMS2, and it happened, and I didn't have any
crackers, I took some Tums/antacids, and that stopped the reaction,
which I assume prevented that dose from doing its job.
And another time I stopped and got some Plant-Based cheese
and ate it instead of a cracker, and that worked, too.

The MMS1 is a much harder issue. I don't think anyone could
answer about the stent issue.

You could do the "MMS1 in a pill form" that is discussed in
Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook", usually
used for people who can't stand to drink it.

And you can do the skin application with DMSO. (Protocol 3000?)

I wish I had a better answer for you.

You could talk to the doctor, but you know how they can be.
But maybe they will be able to guide you, if they decide to
not be an ass about it. Though they may not have a good
answer for you either, wanting to rely on "Studies and Research"
and the like that do not exist.

I hope they are able to figure it out.
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".
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