Oct 12, 2011 - 11:55 am
I promised to post an update on my peritoneal cancer condition after I had some objective information. I have felt increasingly better and better since I finished chemo this past Spring (my surgery for ovarian cancer IIIc was in the Autumn of 2010). I was on a break from chemo over the summer but my CA-125 jumped up. When it got over 200, I left for a cancer clinic in Tijuana & spent 3 weeks getting intensive treatment including "fractionated chemo."
Before I returned home, I had stem cell therapy. I am currently having vitamin C IVs and IV laetrile twice/week, oral laetrile 5 days/week, daily doses of the Hoxsey tonic (with dietary restrictions) and an herbal liver tonic. So my therapy is ongoing and I expect to return to the clinic in the Spring of 2012.
It looks like the cancer is very stable according to the PET scans and there are some areas that are showing up dimmer than before I went to Mexico. A couple of spots are minimally brighter and some spots are gone. The brighter spots could be disease progression or inflammation of the lesions. There's no ascites.
So I'm encouraged and will continue this program as long as I continue to feel well.