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Question Brain cancer

03 Apr 2012 17:38 #15427 by fgb
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I am new top the Forum and new to MMS. I am presently studying the MMS videos and hope to take the accreditation exam shortly. I have a background in alternative medicne, particularly apitherapy.
I have joined the MMS Forum to hear from peolpe who have experienced the use of MMS.
I am, at the moment, particularly concerned with the MMS and brain cancer as I have a dear friend who has been diagnosed with brain cancer and has already had a tumor removed surgically. He has two, albeit small, tumors remaining in the brain area that cannot be reached surgically. His diagnosis is terminal cancer.
I want to be able to approach him with MMS therapy but I need a testimonial(s) of someone(s) who have been helped by MMS therapy with THEIR barin cancer!!
Can anyone be of help???
Many thanks,
Frank Bernstein. Israel

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04 Apr 2012 12:43 #15454 by MaryP
Replied by MaryP on topic Brain cancer
I have no experience with MMS and brain tumours but did work with a young man many years ago who had been given only a few months to live. He has been through the full spectrum of surgery and chemo. The cancer had returned and he had several small new tumours. They could not operate any more given the location of the growths.

He came to see me as, at that stage, I was practicing a form of therapy that deals with the subconscious mind and someone he knew had recommended that he have a chat with me.

To cut a long story short, this beautiful young man considered himself a failure and that life was not worth living. He had a very hard man for a father who never praised him or found anything to be positive about and was violent physically, mentally and spiritually. This young fellow went to the USA and was runner-up world champion in a sport that he was involved in only to win his father's approval - it was not his passion.

Upon returning to Australia after his success his father spat on the ground and asked him if that was the best he could do - he may as well have been last as second best was second rate.

We did some work together around letting go of the need to have his father's approval and handing back all the "disappointment" he had been to his father - this was done of course in the mind. He wrote letters to his father telling him how he had felt like a failure all of his life and that no-one could ever love him. There were many tears and a ceremonial burning of the letters and he let his need for approval float away with the smoke.

After this, the young man could actually look on his father and see him for the damaged person that he was and feel compassion for him - it was almost as if he became the father figure and his father the child in need of healing.

He cured himself of cancer - it simply disappeared from his life.

The relevance of this is that, in my experience so far, hanging on to such incredibly debilitating beliefs predisposes us to many health problems so it may well benefit your friend to find a Bridging therapist and clear any such beliefs so that his emotional energy can also be directed towards health.

Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.
Louisa May Alcott
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04 Apr 2012 13:10 #15455 by woofy
Replied by woofy on topic Brain cancer
I know a person who HAD brain cancer in my town. It developed from a melanoma on his forehead. the roots of the melonoma went through the skull into the brain. he treated his skin cancer with black salve. This melonoma was killed and the black salve followed the roots right to thetumour on the brain. So in one swoop the skin cancer was gone and the brain tumour as well.He is now cancer free.
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08 Apr 2012 05:36 #15585 by fgb
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Daer MaryP, Thank you very much for your reply. It is a beautiful testimony to the healing power in compassion, yours and your health seeker. I can only wish for the same experience for my friend. Perhaps he will be open to this type of therapy and healing in the future. Right now he is dealing with his cancer conventionally and we all fear for him,
I appreciate very much that you shared your experience with me. It has made a difference and strenghtened my belief that there is in us the potential to free ourselves from disease. I wish for all of us when our time comes to be in good health.
My best to you.
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08 Apr 2012 05:49 #15587 by fgb
Replied by fgb on topic Brain cancer
Thank you, Woofy. You have introduced me to black salve (seeds) that I was not aware of. I appreciate your post and have learned from you. All the best.
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27 Jan 2016 14:10 #50918 by jjdalton27
Replied by jjdalton27 on topic Brain cancer
My daughter has been battling stage IV GBM brain cancer for 9 1/2 years. She can only do 1 1/2 drops of mms per hour because dying cells cause inflammation. Last August her MRI revealed necrosis within the lesions. We didn't know that before they put her on a study that almost killed her. Her wbc went to 1.8 and after continuing the mms and immune supplements it went to 9 within one week. When she was on the study (for 3 weeks) her mri revealed a slight progression of disease. now we are hopeful since she is off the study, the necrosis is back. She walks 2-3 miles a day on the treadmill and has rosy cheeks. Not typical of a person battling brain cancer for 9 1/2 years
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