Some Success Stories other than me - June 2018
My story began to spread like wildfire about in August of 2017. Over the last 11 months, approximately 25 people with varying kinds and stages of cancer have started the regimen outlined here on this blog.
I am now happy to be able to report some other success stories other than me.
1. As I mentioned in the original post, I was the first person in the history of MD Anderson to have small cell lung cancer metastasized throughout my entire body (neck, lungs, stomach, liver, pancreas and bones) and live to tell the tale. 12 weeks ago, another patient, identical to me in small cell metastasis and also a patient at MD Anderson, started the regimen. Last week, she called me from Houston and said she just received her PET results and it was great news. Unfortunately she had complications from liver disease that I suspect had more to do with her immune system and immunotherapy and not related to cancer
2. I have TWO cases of 4th stage Pancreatic cancer, each given 3 months to live. In each case, their tumors haven't disappeared but they have shrunk almost to non-existence and they are living a normal lifestyle, which is unheard of. One of these cases predates me and my story by several years (and proves that there is an underground that knows about this stuff before me). The other case is a referral by me and she is in TX and just called me 3 weeks ago in tears, as all of her cancer had receded materially. 3. A man had prostrate cancer that had already metastasized widely to his lungs, stomach and liver. He emailed me last week that his doctors are in amazement that his tumors have all shrunk considerably. He was only taking the fenbebdazole and supplement protocol. 4. A lady had metastasized colo-rectal cancer (metastasized to her bladder and liver). She was on oral chemo. Without telling me OR her doctor, she suspended her oral chemo when she started on this protocol. Last month, her PET showed that virtually all of the tumors had shrunk considerably. Her oncologist was very proud of his oral chemo until she told him she stopped taking it 8 weeks earlier. She then told him what she WAS taking and he was amazed. 5. A stranger from SE U.S. who heard of me through the grapevine had non-small cell lung cancer (a completely different disease than mine) that was considered very late stage. He called me two weeks ago to tell me his amazing results of "all clear". 6. A man had metastasized melanoma (metastasized to his bones). After 10 weeks, he tells me his doctors are very pleased with his progress and they can't seem to find any evidences of the metastasis any longer.
7. I just got a text from a friend on the E. Coast and attached to the text was a copy of his PET scan showing he was cancer free (colon cancer) after 10 weeks on the regimen.
So it appears that this regimen is somewhat cancer agnostic, which to me means it is effecting cancer at the basic cellular level. I am not a scientist but I have a scientific theory that I have been researching. I'm pretty sure I have a good idea of the "why".
HOWEVER, THERE ARE ALSO PEOPLE I KNOW WHO HAVE HAD LITTLE, IF ANY RESULTS. SO WE KNOW IT IS NOT A CURE-ALL PANACEA. BUT I REMAIN STEADFAST THAT THE SIDE EFFECTS AND RISKS ARE EXTREMELY LOW OR NON EXISTENT WITH THE PROPER DOSAGES ......AND......THERE IS UPSIDE POTENTIAL, SO THE QUESTION BECOMES.........WHY NOT?