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Tethys

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2timothy1 7
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Hey there. I was so excited about my ca 125 results I had to give you a shout out. I've been taking iscador shots for1 month. Ca 125 was 31 at end of my treatments. It is 20 as of today!!! That's without chemo and only moderately changing my diet. I am so excited!!! Just had to tell someone.
Thanks for listening
Shawnna

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Tethys41
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Shawna,
Congratulations! I'm so glad your results are this wonderful. I've seen similar results in many patients who use Iscador. It sure works fast. Celebrate!!!

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anicca
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I'm a huge skeptic, and missed the earlier reference to iscador anyway, but decided to see what I could find. It's impressive! From a German study with an abstract on the NIH web site: "survival time of patients treated with Iscador was longer for all types of cancer studied. In the pool of 396 matched pairs, mean survival time in the Iscador groups (4.23 years) was roughly 40% longer than in the control groups (3.05 years; P < .001)." Here's the NIH link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11347286

DB

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Tethys41
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that most patients' CA-125 goes down fairly quickly on Iscador. I know of two women who still had an elevated CA-125 after their most recent chemo. The Iscador brought it into the normal range very quickly and their scans are clear.

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2timothy1 7
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Yes it did go down quickly and no side effects!

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Alexandra
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Where do you get your iscador?

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lovesanimals
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I'm so happy for you!

Kelly

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Tethys41
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Alexandra,
You get Iscador through a naturopath, integrative practitioner, or Anthroposophical doctor. It is an injectable therapy that can be self-administered by the patient. For stage IV patients, it can be administerd via IV from a properly trained practitioner. It can be used before, during, and after chemo.

jadav1956
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Way to go Shawna..I have been praying that your numbers would stay down..

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2timothy1 7
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Thanks for prayers! Praying for you as well Jackie.

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