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cisplatin biochemistry 101 and my personal online medical records system goes live and starting heav

so the cisplatin biochemistry is pretty rare info, from a top doctors reference.

I saw four specialists yesterday, a very busy day.
each of them offered something worthwhile, the top chelation guy in sydney has never had someone like me with platinum poisoning.

ain't i lucky, and a few misbehaving cells, they might be mcrc.

i have a few clever doctors in the usa , now following my case, giving me feedback and suggestions.

i have wanted to get my medical records online, i finally have it sorted. a bit crude, but it works, i control it. its open to the public, but i really could not give a rats toss.

if i get one suggestion that improves the quality of my clinical care, then i will say all the time and effort in publishing, will be worth it.

many of the doctors following my progress were on the toxins conference.
if you want to listen to some opinions about toxins in our environment goto to blog and download the mp3 zip. personally i found the information presented scary and challenging.

if i cheque off this toxic dump of a planet prematurely because of these troublesome cells, well on the brightside thats an end to my bio accumulation of toxins and on the negative well i have left my kids a pretty toxic environment to find a way to thrive in.

http://petertrayhurn.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/starting-chelation-therapy-tonight.html#!http://petertrayhurn.blogspot.com/2012/03/starting-chelation-therapy-tonight.html

i would appreciate some comments. the next update to the medical records will be my cea and liver , kidney and full bloods being done tomorrow.

as i have so many doctors helping me, this is the easiest way to commnicate with them with my results. it also helps some of the researchers, so they can just follow exactly whats going on. i am using doctors abbreviations from here on. anyone on the inside, will have the code and contact details for the doctors and the researchers.

something a little bit different. any suggestions welcome. i know i will try and keep all personal info off the documents.

hugs,
pete

Comments

  • smokeyjoe
    smokeyjoe Member Posts: 1,425
    Just curious Pete, how are
    Just curious Pete, how are you doing this chelation? Are you taking something orally or is some Dr. doing it with infusions?
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    smokeyjoe said:

    Just curious Pete, how are
    Just curious Pete, how are you doing this chelation? Are you taking something orally or is some Dr. doing it with infusions?

    top chelation doc updated plan after platinum added to the mix
    The current plan for 10 weeks started a few hours ago, suppository going in a few minutes, its great to think I am getting this toxic chemo poison out of my cells. 2 suppositories and 5 oral dmsa. I have ordered most key stuff from iherb, got a few more things to order.

    Did the links from the blog bring up the correct record?
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    smokeyjoe said:

    Just curious Pete, how are
    Just curious Pete, how are you doing this chelation? Are you taking something orally or is some Dr. doing it with infusions?

    top chelation doc updated plan after platinum added to the mix
    Oops
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    smokeyjoe said:

    Just curious Pete, how are
    Just curious Pete, how are you doing this chelation? Are you taking something orally or is some Dr. doing it with infusions?

    top chelation doc updated plan after platinum added to the mix
    oops
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    smokeyjoe said:

    Just curious Pete, how are
    Just curious Pete, how are you doing this chelation? Are you taking something orally or is some Dr. doing it with infusions?

    top chelation doc updated plan after platinum added to the mix
    oops
  • toyfox
    toyfox Member Posts: 158
    Hope
    just hope and pray that your cea goes down and
    Your blood work improves.
    I think is is important to try everything possible to
    fight this monster with whatever a person chooses to do.
    Were not able or want to try everything you are doing.
    But praying it works for you. Our approach is:
    We are mainly eating a raw organic plant based diet.
    Occasional organic meat or fish. Also juicing, exercise,
    supplements, and avoid cleaning and personal
    care products with chemicals. And anything else I forgot
    To mention.
    Please post your test results
    Hugs Linda
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    toyfox said:

    Hope
    just hope and pray that your cea goes down and
    Your blood work improves.
    I think is is important to try everything possible to
    fight this monster with whatever a person chooses to do.
    Were not able or want to try everything you are doing.
    But praying it works for you. Our approach is:
    We are mainly eating a raw organic plant based diet.
    Occasional organic meat or fish. Also juicing, exercise,
    supplements, and avoid cleaning and personal
    care products with chemicals. And anything else I forgot
    To mention.
    Please post your test results
    Hugs Linda

    thanks linda, i will
    for what its worth my integrative gp said in terms of priorities

    diet is number one. clean and green.

    i wish i knew about toxins, what i know after this conference, i am going as organic as i can find and avoiding the dirty dozen.

    its amazing how i heard things here, before, but i need to go to a conference. raquel here talked about the dirty dozen months ago.

    thanks for the prayers, maybe the miracle we seek is within our control, maybe not.
    for me my focus is trying, not dying.

    avoiding the phalates and all the toxins is wise, as most don't know their genetic detox pathways. no onc is into this that i have met, and i have had consulted 3 oncs about my case and had countless discussions with others.

    our health care is complex, almost overwhelming when you do what i am doing. but i feel strangely satisfied that i am doing whats right for me.

    maybe here we can just be informed by others journey's and make the best choice. choice and decision are the key words here, and responsibility.

    hugs,
    pete