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  • manwithnoname
    manwithnoname Member Posts: 402

    have you heard of charlie teo
    hi tony,

    this is a bit off the thread, but charlie is a saint, he has saved countless lives and is just a courageous man.

    i know a few living miracles. its along way to come, but i thought i would at least share his name. inoperable brain tumours are his specialty.

    if you read about all his successes it might boost your hope levels.

    on a separate note, have you read "the brain that changes itself" it might be helpful in understanding our brains marvelous healing potentials. it might put a bit of a smile on your face if you read it.

    i will ask for our source tomorrow and pm you if i get it, my doctor was coy about it at the last consult.

    hugs,
    pete

    We know Charlie
    Hi Pete,
    it's not just another surgery that frightens us, we realise this tumour just keeps coming back! only his immune system can get rid of it, that's what we believe anyway.

    So our 'immune' protocol;

    Autologous tumour vaccine
    GcMAF
    Newcastle disease virus (daily)
    various natural supplements
    exercise

    and we sent his tumour for Proteomic testing in Texas, they test individually to see what chemo works.

    Yes I read that book, plastic brain, amazing creatures aren't we.

    Tony
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    my 2nd gcmaf shot was postponed as i may not need it.
    my seriously overworked integrative onc had only 5 minutes for me today.
    he said my nagalase result was exceptional, the lowest result in the country so far
    0.9

    this clearly puts me in the group who have no secondary cancers. as no relevant experience on csn with the tests relevance to cea test results.

    given my recent cea highscore of 46, which precipitated the gcmaf and the nagalase testing.

    its ironic that these results completely contradict the assumption of my doctors conventional and alternative that i am dealing with a slow growing recurrence.

    as mentioned the 1 ultrasound, 2 pets and 3 cts in the last 7 months have been all very clean.

    the ct scan next week will be interesting. if its bad on the scan then nagalase usefulness is compromised. if the scan is still clear then cea is likely not a good marker for my tumour growth and it will likely just be inflamation.

    i feel terrific, like 50kg has been lifted from my shoulders.

    all these daydreams and plans started rolling into my imagination.

    i actually knew this test result was going to be interesting, a game changer in ways i suspect.

    my integrative onc just could not stop smiling, he organised to get nagalase testing into the australia. how lucky am i. we covered alot in 5 minutes. i am proud of my health and these results. really overjoyed. i called all my closest friends. i know it not over and tomorrow is another day, but its a brighter day, i feel lighter and satisfied.

    this may just be the eye of the storm or a long smooth calm patch.

    i am committed to my vegan, juicing, meditating, exercising lifestyle with some supplements and qigong. i will start to plan wind back strategies.

    my integrative onc went to australia premier alt cancer conference last weekend.
    off the record here some things to ponder.

    no supps from china or japan
    best omega 3 nordic naturals
    no soy, diary, whey
    no b vitamin
    no folate
    check vit d ratios 3/1
    no growth hormone ie mine from natural weightlighting is ok.
    aged garlic essential
    1000mg tumeric not enough mayve my 2000mg is ok.

    have good protein but not to much ie p protein

    we are going to have a good two hour chat about the conference and as soon as i am cured officially i may start work with him or i may go diving with some sexy sharks and take some photos.

    my positive spirits maybe premature, but don't burst my bubble. please!
    our cancers are perfectly capable of bubble bursting!

    but in a healing journey full of challenges i think its essential to CELEBRATE loud and clear our successes. NO matter how large or small. NO matter how long or short.

    I am alive, you are alive and its been an absolutely wonderful day.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps saw my tcm onc tonight to get more herbs. guess who deleivered the conference address to 600 alternative cancer professionals on the weekend on tcm. yep thats it, my tcm doc. i am blessed with the best team, i have learned alot from them and i have tought them about difficult patients, thats too negative. lets say i have taught them about fantantical and obsessive patients with a will to live that reflects the beauty of life.
  • Helen321
    Helen321 Member Posts: 1,430 **

    my 2nd gcmaf shot was postponed as i may not need it.
    my seriously overworked integrative onc had only 5 minutes for me today.
    he said my nagalase result was exceptional, the lowest result in the country so far
    0.9

    this clearly puts me in the group who have no secondary cancers. as no relevant experience on csn with the tests relevance to cea test results.

    given my recent cea highscore of 46, which precipitated the gcmaf and the nagalase testing.

    its ironic that these results completely contradict the assumption of my doctors conventional and alternative that i am dealing with a slow growing recurrence.

    as mentioned the 1 ultrasound, 2 pets and 3 cts in the last 7 months have been all very clean.

    the ct scan next week will be interesting. if its bad on the scan then nagalase usefulness is compromised. if the scan is still clear then cea is likely not a good marker for my tumour growth and it will likely just be inflamation.

    i feel terrific, like 50kg has been lifted from my shoulders.

    all these daydreams and plans started rolling into my imagination.

    i actually knew this test result was going to be interesting, a game changer in ways i suspect.

    my integrative onc just could not stop smiling, he organised to get nagalase testing into the australia. how lucky am i. we covered alot in 5 minutes. i am proud of my health and these results. really overjoyed. i called all my closest friends. i know it not over and tomorrow is another day, but its a brighter day, i feel lighter and satisfied.

    this may just be the eye of the storm or a long smooth calm patch.

    i am committed to my vegan, juicing, meditating, exercising lifestyle with some supplements and qigong. i will start to plan wind back strategies.

    my integrative onc went to australia premier alt cancer conference last weekend.
    off the record here some things to ponder.

    no supps from china or japan
    best omega 3 nordic naturals
    no soy, diary, whey
    no b vitamin
    no folate
    check vit d ratios 3/1
    no growth hormone ie mine from natural weightlighting is ok.
    aged garlic essential
    1000mg tumeric not enough mayve my 2000mg is ok.

    have good protein but not to much ie p protein

    we are going to have a good two hour chat about the conference and as soon as i am cured officially i may start work with him or i may go diving with some sexy sharks and take some photos.

    my positive spirits maybe premature, but don't burst my bubble. please!
    our cancers are perfectly capable of bubble bursting!

    but in a healing journey full of challenges i think its essential to CELEBRATE loud and clear our successes. NO matter how large or small. NO matter how long or short.

    I am alive, you are alive and its been an absolutely wonderful day.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps saw my tcm onc tonight to get more herbs. guess who deleivered the conference address to 600 alternative cancer professionals on the weekend on tcm. yep thats it, my tcm doc. i am blessed with the best team, i have learned alot from them and i have tought them about difficult patients, thats too negative. lets say i have taught them about fantantical and obsessive patients with a will to live that reflects the beauty of life.

    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news.
    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news. I'm getting very into food alternatives. Have yet to master the exercise portion. Commiting to lifetime change is hard so props to you! I'm so glad you did it and that your results have come out so wonderfully.
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900

    We know Charlie
    Hi Pete,
    it's not just another surgery that frightens us, we realise this tumour just keeps coming back! only his immune system can get rid of it, that's what we believe anyway.

    So our 'immune' protocol;

    Autologous tumour vaccine
    GcMAF
    Newcastle disease virus (daily)
    various natural supplements
    exercise

    and we sent his tumour for Proteomic testing in Texas, they test individually to see what chemo works.

    Yes I read that book, plastic brain, amazing creatures aren't we.

    Tony

    thanks tony
    you have a great protocol for your son.
    now i have done heaps more reading on gcmaf since i got excellent results yesterday.

    my poor cea results had me constantly thinking all my alterntives were failing to stem the tide of the relentless crc.

    now its more likely they have been working, that i am possibly in the clear and cruising down the otherside of the crc hill to green pastures.

    i can just relax smell the breeze , still do my routine with greater confidence that it has really worked for me.

    i found this on pubmed for colorectal and gcmaf and how nagalase levels.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18058096

    my doctor would not stop talking about my results, about stopping gcmaf to save me money and the alternative cancer conference. i like when our doctors care so much about us that they have big smiles with good news. i will ask him next tuesday when he is in. Sorry i plain forgot to ask him in my excitement. i am sure he said from the UK, but i need to get it more specific.

    on such a big user group like csn you would think someone else would have used this, but it seems not.

    i australia 20,000,000 people, lots with cancer, like me, well after a few days 20 separate samples and my score is the lowest so far and they are using me as the healthy bench mark. the lab doing the test healthscope is on a winner here. no sending blood international, just overnight local. its so much faster to have these tests done here.

    i was going to try the testing in texas if think, but now thats on hold.

    goodluck with the protocol for your son, i presume you are trying some of the diet stuff as well. i can imagine some of these changes harder to implement on a child than an adult.

    i have not forgotten and will ask my doctor next consult.

    hugs,
    pete

    hugs,
    pete
  • janderson1964
    janderson1964 Member Posts: 2,215

    my 2nd gcmaf shot was postponed as i may not need it.
    my seriously overworked integrative onc had only 5 minutes for me today.
    he said my nagalase result was exceptional, the lowest result in the country so far
    0.9

    this clearly puts me in the group who have no secondary cancers. as no relevant experience on csn with the tests relevance to cea test results.

    given my recent cea highscore of 46, which precipitated the gcmaf and the nagalase testing.

    its ironic that these results completely contradict the assumption of my doctors conventional and alternative that i am dealing with a slow growing recurrence.

    as mentioned the 1 ultrasound, 2 pets and 3 cts in the last 7 months have been all very clean.

    the ct scan next week will be interesting. if its bad on the scan then nagalase usefulness is compromised. if the scan is still clear then cea is likely not a good marker for my tumour growth and it will likely just be inflamation.

    i feel terrific, like 50kg has been lifted from my shoulders.

    all these daydreams and plans started rolling into my imagination.

    i actually knew this test result was going to be interesting, a game changer in ways i suspect.

    my integrative onc just could not stop smiling, he organised to get nagalase testing into the australia. how lucky am i. we covered alot in 5 minutes. i am proud of my health and these results. really overjoyed. i called all my closest friends. i know it not over and tomorrow is another day, but its a brighter day, i feel lighter and satisfied.

    this may just be the eye of the storm or a long smooth calm patch.

    i am committed to my vegan, juicing, meditating, exercising lifestyle with some supplements and qigong. i will start to plan wind back strategies.

    my integrative onc went to australia premier alt cancer conference last weekend.
    off the record here some things to ponder.

    no supps from china or japan
    best omega 3 nordic naturals
    no soy, diary, whey
    no b vitamin
    no folate
    check vit d ratios 3/1
    no growth hormone ie mine from natural weightlighting is ok.
    aged garlic essential
    1000mg tumeric not enough mayve my 2000mg is ok.

    have good protein but not to much ie p protein

    we are going to have a good two hour chat about the conference and as soon as i am cured officially i may start work with him or i may go diving with some sexy sharks and take some photos.

    my positive spirits maybe premature, but don't burst my bubble. please!
    our cancers are perfectly capable of bubble bursting!

    but in a healing journey full of challenges i think its essential to CELEBRATE loud and clear our successes. NO matter how large or small. NO matter how long or short.

    I am alive, you are alive and its been an absolutely wonderful day.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps saw my tcm onc tonight to get more herbs. guess who deleivered the conference address to 600 alternative cancer professionals on the weekend on tcm. yep thats it, my tcm doc. i am blessed with the best team, i have learned alot from them and i have tought them about difficult patients, thats too negative. lets say i have taught them about fantantical and obsessive patients with a will to live that reflects the beauty of life.

    I di a lot of research today
    I di a lot of research today on gcmaf. Seems very promising and the whole concept makes sense however the isdue seems to how to get a good sourse for the drug that is made correctly especially here in the usa. There was one japanese website that looked very promising.
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    Helen321 said:

    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news.
    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news. I'm getting very into food alternatives. Have yet to master the exercise portion. Commiting to lifetime change is hard so props to you! I'm so glad you did it and that your results have come out so wonderfully.

    thanks helen
    dear helen,

    you can do it, i did and i hope you hit 100 nice and healthy.

    its easy to change our lifestyle, our brains are plastic, you just have to visualise.

    for me the biggest challenge is the stress and pace of this western life, but that too can be managed.

    just implement one change in one area of your life, jubnk by junk. doing it all at once is a recipe for failure.

    just read the studies in the exercise post, that will get you walking.

    not only will exercise improve your health, survival odds and you will look better also. its so easy to do. i am off to weight training again in a few hours after my meditation this morning.

    great resulkts so far, at least one. still praying for our health all day. what a nice way to live for me.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps and thanks for the cilantro post. chelation is a real big topic, thats lost on the masses here on csn at this point. so few even go to a naturopath, let alone challenge the naturopath about what to do. the alternative day fasting is what i would be looking into. i have a friend with crc doing it here, he is stage 4.
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    Helen321 said:

    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news.
    GO PETE!!!! Excellent news. I'm getting very into food alternatives. Have yet to master the exercise portion. Commiting to lifetime change is hard so props to you! I'm so glad you did it and that your results have come out so wonderfully.

    thanks helen
    dear helen,

    you can do it, i did and i hope you hit 100 nice and healthy.

    its easy to change our lifestyle, our brains are plastic, you just have to visualise.

    for me the biggest challenge is the stress and pace of this western life, but that too can be managed.

    just implement one change in one area of your life, jubnk by junk. doing it all at once is a recipe for failure.

    just read the studies in the exercise post, that will get you walking.

    not only will exercise improve your health, survival odds and you will look better also. its so easy to do. i am off to weight training again in a few hours after my meditation this morning.

    great resulkts so far, at least one. still praying for our health all day. what a nice way to live for me.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps and thanks for the cilantro post. chelation is a real big topic, thats lost on the masses here on csn at this point. so few even go to a naturopath, let alone challenge the naturopath about what to do. the alternative day fasting is what i would be looking into. i have a friend with crc doing it here, he is stage 4.
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900

    I di a lot of research today
    I di a lot of research today on gcmaf. Seems very promising and the whole concept makes sense however the isdue seems to how to get a good sourse for the drug that is made correctly especially here in the usa. There was one japanese website that looked very promising.

    thanks jeff
    hi jeff,

    i just found this good full text from a pubmed citation.

    its for us colorectals, it read very well.

    http://www.revealtherapies.com/docs/Yamamoto, Immunotherapy of metastatic colorectal Can Imm Imm 2008.pdf

    i have tried it, i feel great. Irconically it seems for me its only going to boost my immune.

    i did the blood draw the day before my first shot last week. so now the results of that result are in.

    read the study mate, its bloody fantastic. this nagalase blood test marker worked for all those colorectals for 6 years, till they are officially cleared.

    no more expensive radiation ct's or pets for this little sucker. it time to save some money and save some lives.

    so i would just find the best source and do the 8 weekly cycle and then retest. that was our plan, its just week 2 we stopped because the initial results say i do not have any solid tumours. no wonder they could not find anything on a ct or pet.

    what this means for us as a colorectal community going forward.

    having a more accurate test, that shows you tumour progression faster, gosh our treatment windows and protocols could become so much more effective.

    if my assumption is correct that nagalase testing is more effective than cea testing for colorectal.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps making this a separate post i realsie how important it is.
  • pepebcn
    pepebcn Member Posts: 6,331

    Thanks Pete
    Can't seem to find a PM button, maybe coz Im new? my son is Kai Webb-Deutscher, he has had 3 brain surgeries from 6-9yrs, now his tumour is inoperable.
    Hospital has gave up but we haven't.
    I am trying to find a reliable source of GcMAF, any info would be great. We live in Israel, customs are a ****....

    Trying to get him to do guided meditation. He's a stubborn little bugger, hard to get him to do anything.

    Take care, Tony

    Hi Tony did you tried with ciberknife?
    or any othe stereotactic device? the were originally designed for brain tumors with big success !
    Hugs, and god bless you both!
  • tanstaafl
    tanstaafl Member Posts: 1,299

    thanks jeff
    hi jeff,

    i just found this good full text from a pubmed citation.

    its for us colorectals, it read very well.

    http://www.revealtherapies.com/docs/Yamamoto, Immunotherapy of metastatic colorectal Can Imm Imm 2008.pdf

    i have tried it, i feel great. Irconically it seems for me its only going to boost my immune.

    i did the blood draw the day before my first shot last week. so now the results of that result are in.

    read the study mate, its bloody fantastic. this nagalase blood test marker worked for all those colorectals for 6 years, till they are officially cleared.

    no more expensive radiation ct's or pets for this little sucker. it time to save some money and save some lives.

    so i would just find the best source and do the 8 weekly cycle and then retest. that was our plan, its just week 2 we stopped because the initial results say i do not have any solid tumours. no wonder they could not find anything on a ct or pet.

    what this means for us as a colorectal community going forward.

    having a more accurate test, that shows you tumour progression faster, gosh our treatment windows and protocols could become so much more effective.

    if my assumption is correct that nagalase testing is more effective than cea testing for colorectal.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps making this a separate post i realsie how important it is.

    amber warning
    Pete, it's too early to rely on the nagalase test alone, especially with a high CEA. We all hope it works, but it's too soon to tell. The deeper in we get in to a stage IV cancer, the less time and manuevering room we have to recover from setbacks. Playing it safer means monitoring several parameters, frequently. If there is a divergence of results, it means two or more possibilities have to be considered.
  • manwithnoname
    manwithnoname Member Posts: 402

    thanks tony
    you have a great protocol for your son.
    now i have done heaps more reading on gcmaf since i got excellent results yesterday.

    my poor cea results had me constantly thinking all my alterntives were failing to stem the tide of the relentless crc.

    now its more likely they have been working, that i am possibly in the clear and cruising down the otherside of the crc hill to green pastures.

    i can just relax smell the breeze , still do my routine with greater confidence that it has really worked for me.

    i found this on pubmed for colorectal and gcmaf and how nagalase levels.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18058096

    my doctor would not stop talking about my results, about stopping gcmaf to save me money and the alternative cancer conference. i like when our doctors care so much about us that they have big smiles with good news. i will ask him next tuesday when he is in. Sorry i plain forgot to ask him in my excitement. i am sure he said from the UK, but i need to get it more specific.

    on such a big user group like csn you would think someone else would have used this, but it seems not.

    i australia 20,000,000 people, lots with cancer, like me, well after a few days 20 separate samples and my score is the lowest so far and they are using me as the healthy bench mark. the lab doing the test healthscope is on a winner here. no sending blood international, just overnight local. its so much faster to have these tests done here.

    i was going to try the testing in texas if think, but now thats on hold.

    goodluck with the protocol for your son, i presume you are trying some of the diet stuff as well. i can imagine some of these changes harder to implement on a child than an adult.

    i have not forgotten and will ask my doctor next consult.

    hugs,
    pete

    hugs,
    pete

    Good stuff Pete!
    That Nagalase result reads like normal, not that Im an expert ;-) really hope this stuff can work for us, I have read every available article on it, it may not be a magic bullet but it should be in the arsenal.

    Seems customs here in Israel has a problem with it, trying to find out why they don't allow it.

    Think I found your UK source, had a chat with them and also the place in Japan, we will get it even if I have to fly and get it.
    BTW this is hardly known in 'cancer circles' ME/CFS is where all the users are also it seems to work for Autism ( I wouldn't be surprised if alzheimer's and epilepsy can be helped)

    Take care, Tony
  • manwithnoname
    manwithnoname Member Posts: 402
    pepebcn said:

    Hi Tony did you tried with ciberknife?
    or any othe stereotactic device? the were originally designed for brain tumors with big success !
    Hugs, and god bless you both!

    No we haven't
    Because it's now spread they advise whole brain and spine radiation (palliative only), he has already done radiation and it failed,

    We are looking for a cure.
  • GcMAF
    GcMAF Member Posts: 2
    GcMAF
    I am a researcher looking at GcxMAF in Australia, and I am writing a scientific review.
    It seems like you are in Victoria from the reference to Gawler.
    There are some science papers on this. Cheers
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    GcMAF said:

    GcMAF
    I am a researcher looking at GcxMAF in Australia, and I am writing a scientific review.
    It seems like you are in Victoria from the reference to Gawler.
    There are some science papers on this. Cheers

    thanks Gcmaf
    its nice to know this is being researched. i will pm you with my email, feel free to reply and even phone me if you want.

    i would love a few more heavy heavy duty research papers to read.
    i don't read newspapers any more, just books on biology and papers from pubmed and some assorted commentary on the net from sources i trust.

    i am in sydney. i will post my gcmaf, may i ask a question about how a patient would source legitamite gcmaf, given trust on buying these alternatives direct over the net is hard to establish.

    my one friend, a new one tried gcmaf and said it failed him, but he is a late stage. my other query is about the level of white blood cells and if this would limit gcmaf effectiveness. just some questions popping into my head. i am fighting like hell to peacefully elimenate any remaining cancers cells.

    sincere thanks, a little science goes along long way. have a great day, i am.

    thanks for writing the article and if its published on the net let me know.

    hugs,
    pete
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900

    Dear Pete
    Please read the info on the following site before beginning Chelation therapy, particularly the potential side effects:

    http://www.cancer.org/Treatment/TreatmentsandSideEffects/ComplementaryandAlternativeMedicine/PharmacologicalandBiologicalTreatment/chelation-therapy

    thanks marie
    i read this awhile back, its good to review it.
    its it to see the cancer soceities view, from my research they are such along long way behind the times.
    but the warnings are valid, but so many safer and effective chelation choices available to us cancer guys and girsl.

    thanks for caring.

    hugs,
    pete
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900

    Good stuff Pete!
    That Nagalase result reads like normal, not that Im an expert ;-) really hope this stuff can work for us, I have read every available article on it, it may not be a magic bullet but it should be in the arsenal.

    Seems customs here in Israel has a problem with it, trying to find out why they don't allow it.

    Think I found your UK source, had a chat with them and also the place in Japan, we will get it even if I have to fly and get it.
    BTW this is hardly known in 'cancer circles' ME/CFS is where all the users are also it seems to work for Autism ( I wouldn't be surprised if alzheimer's and epilepsy can be helped)

    Take care, Tony

    i asked the gcmaf researcher about an international source
    where their is a will, they is a way.

    you will find it,

    don't ever let the law get in the way of anything important unless its the law of god or nature.

    i hope you know what i mean. i besides a few dollars i have not established a medical downside to gcmaf.

    did you note the dietary and vit d requirements. until you get it sourced you might get all the biomarkers correct.

    did you read anything about gcmaf and the blood brain barrier, its just another factor to consider. i have not read anything about gcmaf and brain mets, but it does seem to help autism. but thats supposed to based around some gi tract issues in some cases anyway.

    just a few thoughts.

    hugs,
    pete
  • janderson1964
    janderson1964 Member Posts: 2,215

    thanks Gcmaf
    its nice to know this is being researched. i will pm you with my email, feel free to reply and even phone me if you want.

    i would love a few more heavy heavy duty research papers to read.
    i don't read newspapers any more, just books on biology and papers from pubmed and some assorted commentary on the net from sources i trust.

    i am in sydney. i will post my gcmaf, may i ask a question about how a patient would source legitamite gcmaf, given trust on buying these alternatives direct over the net is hard to establish.

    my one friend, a new one tried gcmaf and said it failed him, but he is a late stage. my other query is about the level of white blood cells and if this would limit gcmaf effectiveness. just some questions popping into my head. i am fighting like hell to peacefully elimenate any remaining cancers cells.

    sincere thanks, a little science goes along long way. have a great day, i am.

    thanks for writing the article and if its published on the net let me know.

    hugs,
    pete

    Pete. You mentioned that you
    Pete. You mentioned that you had a friend that failed him because his cancer was advanced. I read an article about a company testing gcmaf on advanced cancer patients over the past 4 years with success. They said for advanced cancer patients that you need to continue the injections for up to a year. I am stage 4 but currently NED.

    My question is how long did he do it for and how advanced is his cancer. Does he have multiple leasonsor nodules.
  • janderson1964
    janderson1964 Member Posts: 2,215

    Pete. You mentioned that you
    Pete. You mentioned that you had a friend that failed him because his cancer was advanced. I read an article about a company testing gcmaf on advanced cancer patients over the past 4 years with success. They said for advanced cancer patients that you need to continue the injections for up to a year. I am stage 4 but currently NED.

    My question is how long did he do it for and how advanced is his cancer. Does he have multiple leasonsor nodules.

    Pete. Have you looked at
    Pete. Have you looked at this website yet (www.gcmaf.eu/info). They have the info on advanced cancer patients. Not trials but people who have used thier product and have kept them up to date on thier progress. Also lots of links to studies done on it all the way up until this year.
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900

    Pete. You mentioned that you
    Pete. You mentioned that you had a friend that failed him because his cancer was advanced. I read an article about a company testing gcmaf on advanced cancer patients over the past 4 years with success. They said for advanced cancer patients that you need to continue the injections for up to a year. I am stage 4 but currently NED.

    My question is how long did he do it for and how advanced is his cancer. Does he have multiple leasonsor nodules.

    no he just tried 6 months
    No quick results and he pulled it, I will pass on the info.
    Thanks Jeff, two heads are better than one, especially if if one is my brain.
    Imagine if we git 3 heads involved.

    One day we May save a few lives, with someluck it will include all our crc friends.
    When I check our heaven, when I am 100 I have a few wrinkles faced friends to discuss what an amazing life we had and what an awesome eternity ahead. This way I cannot fail here even if I don't score a ton.

    I will read link and studies and discuss.

    One focused cancer brain is equal too 100 focussed gifted researchers.
    They don't have their balls on the chopping block and they don't have human guinea pig. I have one very healthy guinea pig.
    He Luke's raw organic food, macdonalds would kill him

    Hugs,
    Pete
  • janderson1964
    janderson1964 Member Posts: 2,215

    no he just tried 6 months
    No quick results and he pulled it, I will pass on the info.
    Thanks Jeff, two heads are better than one, especially if if one is my brain.
    Imagine if we git 3 heads involved.

    One day we May save a few lives, with someluck it will include all our crc friends.
    When I check our heaven, when I am 100 I have a few wrinkles faced friends to discuss what an amazing life we had and what an awesome eternity ahead. This way I cannot fail here even if I don't score a ton.

    I will read link and studies and discuss.

    One focused cancer brain is equal too 100 focussed gifted researchers.
    They don't have their balls on the chopping block and they don't have human guinea pig. I have one very healthy guinea pig.
    He Luke's raw organic food, macdonalds would kill him

    Hugs,
    Pete

    I believe 100% in surgery
    I believe 100% in surgery but i have always been scepticle about chemo evan though i keep doing it. Next round will be my 12th this year. 34 over the past 6 years. I cant handle it any more. I just dont understand why they cant come up with or approve better treatment options. Chemo is torture. I am on my second oncologist and he is turning out to be the same as my first. They both just want to keep pumping me full of poison. At least gcmaf seems to be safe and nontoxic. I dont see the harm in it as long as i am still doing regular scans but i wil wait to see if anything new shows up on th scans first. In the meantim i will keep researching.