REMISSION WITH DIET CHANGE AND SUPPLEMENTS

has anyone gone into remission with diet change and supplements after being diagnosed with cancer. love to hear any stories thanks,
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  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900
    great post
    i tried a few diets, i tried a few supplements, i am almost there.
    sometimes surgery and some cool drugs can also be needed.

    see my post about coffee in baden baden.

    goodluck and welcome to the best colorectal resources on the planet.

    hugs,
    Pete

    Ps I have met some colorectals with stage 4 that are in remission and not on chemo. I have hope.
  • PatchAdams
    PatchAdams Member Posts: 271
    Depends on what you mean
    Do a search for Scouty's profile and 2bhealed.
  • atlanticcanada
    atlanticcanada Member Posts: 74

    great post
    i tried a few diets, i tried a few supplements, i am almost there.
    sometimes surgery and some cool drugs can also be needed.

    see my post about coffee in baden baden.

    goodluck and welcome to the best colorectal resources on the planet.

    hugs,
    Pete

    Ps I have met some colorectals with stage 4 that are in remission and not on chemo. I have hope.

    THANKS!!!
    Thanks for responding ,i luv your posts i have watched your posts for a month since my daughter was diagnosed.She is 31, had colon resected in August , they saw a small liver met and so will operate in 3 weeks , she has never been on chemo and will not start for 4-6 weeks after liver resected so of course we are concerned about the time line as it will be 14 weeks since the colon resection. so back in July started mistletoe injections iv vitamin c turmeric with bioperine and lots of other supplements, Its encouraging to hear you have met some in remission wihtout chemo.

    thanks again and i will keep watching for your posts
  • John23
    John23 Member Posts: 2,122

    THANKS!!!
    Thanks for responding ,i luv your posts i have watched your posts for a month since my daughter was diagnosed.She is 31, had colon resected in August , they saw a small liver met and so will operate in 3 weeks , she has never been on chemo and will not start for 4-6 weeks after liver resected so of course we are concerned about the time line as it will be 14 weeks since the colon resection. so back in July started mistletoe injections iv vitamin c turmeric with bioperine and lots of other supplements, Its encouraging to hear you have met some in remission wihtout chemo.

    thanks again and i will keep watching for your posts

    atlanticcanada-

    Are you asking about doing the "alternatives" instead of the usual
    therapy of chemicals and radiation, or along with the usual therapy?

    Your daughter should really have other opinions regarding her
    condition, if she hasn't done so already. Assuming a "spot" is
    cancerous without knowing for sure, and embarking on a very
    harsh and damaging therapy based on that assumption, can
    be worse than doing nothing.

    Another opinion from a different colorectal surgeon would be
    the best route to take before committing to anything.

    Best of health to her (and you),

    John
  • atlanticcanada
    atlanticcanada Member Posts: 74
    John23 said:

    atlanticcanada-

    Are you asking about doing the "alternatives" instead of the usual
    therapy of chemicals and radiation, or along with the usual therapy?

    Your daughter should really have other opinions regarding her
    condition, if she hasn't done so already. Assuming a "spot" is
    cancerous without knowing for sure, and embarking on a very
    harsh and damaging therapy based on that assumption, can
    be worse than doing nothing.

    Another opinion from a different colorectal surgeon would be
    the best route to take before committing to anything.

    Best of health to her (and you),

    John

    THERAPY
    We meet with the surgeon again next week, my daughter has had colon resection they have done ct and mri and i guess they do know it is a cancerous liver tumor. we are wondering if it is possible (even tho she is planning on chemo) after this liver spot is removed, has anyone used diet and supplements and not had to do chemotherapy or at very least can the diet and supplements hold any micrometasatis from taking hold..hope this makes sense.
  • annalexandria
    annalexandria Member Posts: 2,571
    I have reached a state of more or less NED,
    (you can search my name to see my last post that explains this), with surgery alone. I did do two different chemos, neither one of which worked for my extremely rare tumor type. I haven't done much in the way of alternatives, other than taking cimetidine for a two week period around my last colon resection. I maintain a reasonable healthy diet, take extra vitamin D, and walk as much as I can, but if I want to eat sweets, or have a cocktail, i do, and don't worry much about it. The tricky thing with knowing whether or not alternatives work post-surgery is that one's remission may have been achieved through the surgery alone; it's hard to say if the alternatives played a role or not. I don't think I've read of any cases here where someone went into remission without surgery at all, just doing alternatives and diet. Maybe John is aware of some? Anyway, in most cases, this approach can't hurt, but it would probably be best, if she is going to do chemo (which on the more standard type of colon cancer often works very well, at least to reduce visible tumors) to have coordination between your daughter's oncologist and naturopath, just to ensure things won't be interacting in a way that won't be beneficial to her. Ann Alexandria
  • tanstaafl
    tanstaafl Member Posts: 1,299 Member
    part way
    My wife had a localized complete response to cimetidine plus aggressive supplements like Life Extension Foundation recommends with even more vitamin B3, B6, B12, C, D3, K2, coQ10 based on various preliminary trial data and doctors' clinical series reports. She had three sites:
    1. the primary wrapped itself around her colon to nearly obstruct, it shrank in 4 weeks on "alt";
    2. metsenteric fat going into the peritonneum, wiped out in 4 weeks on "alt";
    3. A large para aortic lymph node cluster did not spread for the 10 weeks prior to chemotherapy during "supplements only". The PALN cluster did not totally die off either, even with both chemo and supplements. Surgically removed a year later.

    She still does maintenance chemo AND the heavy supplements. Without both, her CEA rises rapidly. Adding the supplement to her oral chemo, her CEA glides down toward a baseline.
    We rely on surgery, light, daily oral chemo and *LOTS* of supplements.

    A CA19-9 stain of her tumor tissue (outside lab) indicated by its strong positive presence (bad) that cimetidine, probably beneficial to the majority of advanced colorectal patients to slow/prevent metastasis, would help her. LEF.org online is the strongest voice to support cimetidine in print. I have not yet personally interviewed a doctor that was up to speed about cimeitidine, although some are now interested.

    We also had chemosensitivity testing done on the live surgical sample, similar to Wiesenthal Cancer Group or Rational Therapeutics in California. Metastatic colon cancer is tricky business and it takes careful, non-dogmatic persistence to beat.
  • jr2012
    jr2012 Member Posts: 67
    I have a friend who was dx
    I have a friend who was dx with colon cancer mets to liver and lungs in 2009. He did qi gong and never did any chemo or resection. After 6 months of qigong, when he went back, his blood count was normal and except low testosterone, everything was normal. I see him often and last Tuesday I was hanging out with him when he told me about

    (1) Baking soda and honey that keeps his ph alkaline
    (2) apricot kernel seeds which is not available in USA but can be arranged in canada
    (3) scalar waves thru a wave machine which he keeps with him at all time that takes away all diseases. he showed it to me and next time I will get the info from him
    (4) rife machine for radiation at home

    He is a personal trainer and he is very active and i am amazed that he has the courage to not do chemo and is thanks to God, doing quite well.

    I have been out of chemo on Aug 30 and started ozone water, my immunity is back to normal - I dont think I will ever be able to not do chemo and radiation which got rid of my tumor in the first place ... now my surgery will be to mop up...

    hugs for you and your daughter...
  • herdizziness
    herdizziness Member Posts: 3,624
    You just have to watch crazy
    You can get cancer and go off the deep end, immediately become a raw food only vegan, try every diet claiming to take you into remission, or try every supplement (some good, some bad) and some of the scams out there (a lot of supplements, "therapies", etc., claiming to CURE your cancer)or...
    You can try moderation. Eating a healthy diet, it's a good thing. Exercise, also it's a good thing. Those are the most recommended changes to make that most people don't. I don't think I ever saw a thing about taking more supplements as being recommended. I'm not saying I'm against them, but wouldn't it be better to get a lot of what you need in your food instead of in a pill? But if you must take them, be careful what you take, and let her oncologist know anything she is taking (some things don't go well with chemo).
    I know, I know, a lot of people on here say that supplements are great, I say it's still a pill that was CHEMICALLY altered no matter how you look at it. Things were taken, dried or boiled or whatever, stuck in a pill form and called good for you, it has been chemically altered, (when something has been changed from it's original chemical compounds i.e., form to another chemical compound i.e., form).
    I am one of these people that have never been a pill taker, I'd suffer with a headache rather then take an aspirin, that has changed now with heart and cancer issues, but I'm going to take the least amount of pills that I can. I've been anti chemical most of my life, I wouldn't spray mosquito repellent on myself (and in Alaska in the spring and summer that is no small thing), nor would I put on tanning lotion, but the chemicals I have allowed in my body, "chemo" have been to extend my life, it doesn't make me a chemo preacher, but the chemo has given me so far, two extra years of life, so I will continue chemo as long as I need it, I'm not that crazy as to give up a life saving way rather then have a foreign chemical into my life. The least amount of any other chemical alterations that I can spare my body, I will.
    Just be careful of going crazy with anything that you (she does) do, too much of something can be as bad as not enough.
    These are only my opinions, most of which I've had concerning pill forms of anything or chemicals for the great majority of my life, so please don't hold that against me.
    I watched a dear lady get pressured into juicing and taking supplements, they did not cure her, they did not put her in remission. The two main things that hurt my soul on this was that she felt guilty about not trying the supplements sooner, that she thought maybe if she had... and that she really did want a cookie and a piece of cake but was worried about feeling guilty about that. I can only hope that before she passed away, she had that piece of cake and a cookie. She did not get great comfort from the juicing or the supplements and my attitude in that case is, what the h#ll, we need to still ENJOY some part of our lives, so don't forget to think about just eating a healthier diet and not restricting oneself completely of a vice or two, that isn't what's going to kill us.
    Winter Marie
  • herdizziness
    herdizziness Member Posts: 3,624
    jr2012 said:

    I have a friend who was dx
    I have a friend who was dx with colon cancer mets to liver and lungs in 2009. He did qi gong and never did any chemo or resection. After 6 months of qigong, when he went back, his blood count was normal and except low testosterone, everything was normal. I see him often and last Tuesday I was hanging out with him when he told me about

    (1) Baking soda and honey that keeps his ph alkaline
    (2) apricot kernel seeds which is not available in USA but can be arranged in canada
    (3) scalar waves thru a wave machine which he keeps with him at all time that takes away all diseases. he showed it to me and next time I will get the info from him
    (4) rife machine for radiation at home

    He is a personal trainer and he is very active and i am amazed that he has the courage to not do chemo and is thanks to God, doing quite well.

    I have been out of chemo on Aug 30 and started ozone water, my immunity is back to normal - I dont think I will ever be able to not do chemo and radiation which got rid of my tumor in the first place ... now my surgery will be to mop up...

    hugs for you and your daughter...

    Wooo Wheee
    He must be quite the study in science world!!! My goodness just 6 months of qigong and his stage IV colon cancer and mets to the liver and lung are all gone,(I assume that it's gone with the inference since his blood was all "normal" 6 months later and he's alive and well 3 years later) that is so amazing. No surgery and no chemo just qigong. Hmmm, a miracle indeed.
    And to top it all he has a machine that takes all diseases away, our government must be keeping that miracle machine hidden from us here in the US, must be a conspiracy.
    And as for the "rife machine", it has been the cause of death for many cancer patients in the US and in Australia. Here's a little excerpt from Lymediseaseguide.org in Oct,2011: "Wisconsin and Minnesota have both essentially outlawed Rife machines, taking tough action on anyone trying to market or sell the devices within their jurisdiction. The states’ Attorneys-General have issues public health warnings against the use of Rife machines and deemed them to be health quackery and of no value in diagnosing or treating disease. All in all, Rife machines are of no benefit in treating any disease, including Lyme disease, or helping with the symptoms of such illnesses. Whilst they may do no direct harm, due to their ineffectual nature, they may cause patients to delay treatments that could provide a cure or some relief from their condition." " Rife machines have attracted considerable opprobrium from numerous scientists and even a number of lawsuits on behalf of customers defrauded of both money and, in some cases, their health or lives."
    Incredulously,
    Winter Marie
  • geotina
    geotina Member Posts: 2,111
    Welcome
    to our Board. You will get lots of differing opinions on here but hopefully they will assist you in making treatment decisions. Unfortunately, your daughter has Stage IV cancer, it has already gone to her liver. She is eligible for a liver resection surgery which gives her a good shot at long term remission. Whether to do chemo or not as a Stage iV is a decision only she can make. Recurrence in colon cancer is, unfortunately, quite high. Chemotherapy after liver resection may give her a very good shot at long term remission.

    Whatever decision your daughter does decide on, it should be based on solid facts and research. If you choose chemotherapy make sure she has a good relationship with the oncologist, feels comfortable with him/her. If she choose no chemotherapy, the same thing would apply to whatever type of medical team she chooses. Please be cautious about on line stuff, anyone can create a slick website to sell you stuff. Again, base your treatment on solid research.

    Some time ago someone came on going on and on about this place in Florida. I researched it. I found it to be a glorified spa. Sorry, but massages, specially prepared food, walks in the park simply do not cure cancer. Now, if you are a NED status (no evidence of disease) this stuff may help greatly so please be cautious about what you read. Unfortunately, there are many out there very willing to take your money saying they can cure your cancer.

    If you do decide on no chemo, then John23 could be of great assistance to you.

    Best Wishes - Tina
  • John23
    John23 Member Posts: 2,122

    THERAPY
    We meet with the surgeon again next week, my daughter has had colon resection they have done ct and mri and i guess they do know it is a cancerous liver tumor. we are wondering if it is possible (even tho she is planning on chemo) after this liver spot is removed, has anyone used diet and supplements and not had to do chemotherapy or at very least can the diet and supplements hold any micrometasatis from taking hold..hope this makes sense.

    atlanticcanada-
    Re:
    "has anyone used diet and supplements and not had to do chemotherapy "

    You can click on the names to the left of your screen and read
    each individual's biography (provided they added one).

    There have been a few that have taken routes other than chemical therapy
    and radiation, and are still around to talk about it. Most have left the
    site however, due to the arguing about saying anything against conventional
    treatments. Most of us have just moved on with our lives, rather than
    deal with the aggravation and demeaning nature of those that have some
    sort of a religious belief that carcinogenic industrial chemicals (chemo)
    is the only answer to killing cancer cells.

    I personally feel that there are better, safer ways that work as well
    or better than what the cancer industry has to offer.

    In the later stages of cancer, where one is about to die from cancer
    invading a specific area that will surely kill them, whatever works
    the fastest is what is best (chemo and/or radiation). But both
    chemo and radiation are carcinogenic, and often cause more harm
    than good. We do what we have to, to stay alive, but we should
    not allow the fear of cancer to determine what is our best path
    to take.

    If one has the time to use a better, safer approach to stifling cancer,
    it would make sense to try that first.

    Harsh treatments can wear the body down to the point that it
    can no longer fight for itself. When that happens, we are left
    with no choice than to depend on what the cancer industry has
    to offer........ and when they finally tell you that there's nothing
    left for them to offer? Well.... you can't expect some "alternative"
    to work at all at that late point in time.

    Take your time if you have it, don't fear exploration; questioning
    "authority" should be the prescription for survival.

    Best wishes for better health!

    John
  • annalexandria
    annalexandria Member Posts: 2,571
    jr2012 said:

    I have a friend who was dx
    I have a friend who was dx with colon cancer mets to liver and lungs in 2009. He did qi gong and never did any chemo or resection. After 6 months of qigong, when he went back, his blood count was normal and except low testosterone, everything was normal. I see him often and last Tuesday I was hanging out with him when he told me about

    (1) Baking soda and honey that keeps his ph alkaline
    (2) apricot kernel seeds which is not available in USA but can be arranged in canada
    (3) scalar waves thru a wave machine which he keeps with him at all time that takes away all diseases. he showed it to me and next time I will get the info from him
    (4) rife machine for radiation at home

    He is a personal trainer and he is very active and i am amazed that he has the courage to not do chemo and is thanks to God, doing quite well.

    I have been out of chemo on Aug 30 and started ozone water, my immunity is back to normal - I dont think I will ever be able to not do chemo and radiation which got rid of my tumor in the first place ... now my surgery will be to mop up...

    hugs for you and your daughter...

    Two thoughts...
    1. It also takes a lot of courage to DO chemo. I know someone who died of cancer after deciding to pass on chemo, because she was afraid of the side effects (she might have died anyway, even with chemo, but she did have a type that is very responsive to tx).
    2. If your friend offers to sell one of these machines to you, I would seriously question whether he is a friend or a salesman looking to take advantage. At the very least, I would request copies of his medical records, because of the tremendously unlikely nature of his story.

    We're all in this fight together, regardless of what path we choose, but we really need to be careful of the snake oil salesmen out there who prey on our natural desire to live.
    Ann Alexandria
  • atlanticcanada
    atlanticcanada Member Posts: 74
    geotina said:

    Welcome
    to our Board. You will get lots of differing opinions on here but hopefully they will assist you in making treatment decisions. Unfortunately, your daughter has Stage IV cancer, it has already gone to her liver. She is eligible for a liver resection surgery which gives her a good shot at long term remission. Whether to do chemo or not as a Stage iV is a decision only she can make. Recurrence in colon cancer is, unfortunately, quite high. Chemotherapy after liver resection may give her a very good shot at long term remission.

    Whatever decision your daughter does decide on, it should be based on solid facts and research. If you choose chemotherapy make sure she has a good relationship with the oncologist, feels comfortable with him/her. If she choose no chemotherapy, the same thing would apply to whatever type of medical team she chooses. Please be cautious about on line stuff, anyone can create a slick website to sell you stuff. Again, base your treatment on solid research.

    Some time ago someone came on going on and on about this place in Florida. I researched it. I found it to be a glorified spa. Sorry, but massages, specially prepared food, walks in the park simply do not cure cancer. Now, if you are a NED status (no evidence of disease) this stuff may help greatly so please be cautious about what you read. Unfortunately, there are many out there very willing to take your money saying they can cure your cancer.

    If you do decide on no chemo, then John23 could be of great assistance to you.

    Best Wishes - Tina

    Thankyou
    we were glad she started with the natureopath doctor 2 months ago so , since chemo would not be started for at least 7 more weeks , she wants to go full force at this natural way , and then at least she has time to think about it.the natureopath doctor is recommending chemo and he says he will keep her immune system strong . the oncologist she did go to was very kind (unlike the one she fired for being unkind)the kind one recommended a vacation after surgery before chemo. in the end she has to make the decision but i am trying to get any information and filter it for her , she is a very positive person . i did like reading john23 profile
    thanks
  • janderson1964
    janderson1964 Member Posts: 2,215

    Thankyou
    we were glad she started with the natureopath doctor 2 months ago so , since chemo would not be started for at least 7 more weeks , she wants to go full force at this natural way , and then at least she has time to think about it.the natureopath doctor is recommending chemo and he says he will keep her immune system strong . the oncologist she did go to was very kind (unlike the one she fired for being unkind)the kind one recommended a vacation after surgery before chemo. in the end she has to make the decision but i am trying to get any information and filter it for her , she is a very positive person . i did like reading john23 profile
    thanks

    I am a seven year survivor
    I am a seven year survivor who has been on a strict diet from the start. I too am very active. I try to mountain bike or kayak at least 4 days a week. I have also had 3 liver surgeries. I am NED again and evan though it has come back twice i have always been operalble an i think nutrition and exercise is a big reason why. I have also added mind visualization to my arsenal.
  • Annabelle41415
    Annabelle41415 Member Posts: 6,715 Member

    Wooo Wheee
    He must be quite the study in science world!!! My goodness just 6 months of qigong and his stage IV colon cancer and mets to the liver and lung are all gone,(I assume that it's gone with the inference since his blood was all "normal" 6 months later and he's alive and well 3 years later) that is so amazing. No surgery and no chemo just qigong. Hmmm, a miracle indeed.
    And to top it all he has a machine that takes all diseases away, our government must be keeping that miracle machine hidden from us here in the US, must be a conspiracy.
    And as for the "rife machine", it has been the cause of death for many cancer patients in the US and in Australia. Here's a little excerpt from Lymediseaseguide.org in Oct,2011: "Wisconsin and Minnesota have both essentially outlawed Rife machines, taking tough action on anyone trying to market or sell the devices within their jurisdiction. The states’ Attorneys-General have issues public health warnings against the use of Rife machines and deemed them to be health quackery and of no value in diagnosing or treating disease. All in all, Rife machines are of no benefit in treating any disease, including Lyme disease, or helping with the symptoms of such illnesses. Whilst they may do no direct harm, due to their ineffectual nature, they may cause patients to delay treatments that could provide a cure or some relief from their condition." " Rife machines have attracted considerable opprobrium from numerous scientists and even a number of lawsuits on behalf of customers defrauded of both money and, in some cases, their health or lives."
    Incredulously,
    Winter Marie

    Machine
    Do you remember if it was John Nimmons (sp) that was trying to make one of these machines and he went to great length to get some machine up and working. This guy was a genious when it came to things like this however he passed a couple years ago. Always enjoyed his posts, but really never understood much of what he was trying to do. He too was always searching for the cure all but never achieved it. Miss him.

    Kim
  • herdizziness
    herdizziness Member Posts: 3,624

    Machine
    Do you remember if it was John Nimmons (sp) that was trying to make one of these machines and he went to great length to get some machine up and working. This guy was a genious when it came to things like this however he passed a couple years ago. Always enjoyed his posts, but really never understood much of what he was trying to do. He too was always searching for the cure all but never achieved it. Miss him.

    Kim

    It was Eric
    At least at one time he was checking into the rife machine, because he saw an advertisement that you could hook it up with some modifications to your computer. He decided it was a scam and didn't go any further with it. John might have tried it but I don't remember.
    Winter Marie
  • pog451
    pog451 Member Posts: 20
    jr2012 said:

    I have a friend who was dx
    I have a friend who was dx with colon cancer mets to liver and lungs in 2009. He did qi gong and never did any chemo or resection. After 6 months of qigong, when he went back, his blood count was normal and except low testosterone, everything was normal. I see him often and last Tuesday I was hanging out with him when he told me about

    (1) Baking soda and honey that keeps his ph alkaline
    (2) apricot kernel seeds which is not available in USA but can be arranged in canada
    (3) scalar waves thru a wave machine which he keeps with him at all time that takes away all diseases. he showed it to me and next time I will get the info from him
    (4) rife machine for radiation at home

    He is a personal trainer and he is very active and i am amazed that he has the courage to not do chemo and is thanks to God, doing quite well.

    I have been out of chemo on Aug 30 and started ozone water, my immunity is back to normal - I dont think I will ever be able to not do chemo and radiation which got rid of my tumor in the first place ... now my surgery will be to mop up...

    hugs for you and your daughter...

    Beware the Woo
    You know, I have a lot of respect for people like John23 (although I often dont agree with him) and Pete for keeping an open mind and looking at stuff off the beaten track. There is a difference in my mind however between looking at "alt" treatments and promoting scams, which is what Jr2012 is doing here.

    1) There is no evidence that baking soda works as a better toothpaste, let alone as a cancer cure in humans. The mainline theory on how it should work is if cancer is caused by fungus, which all evidence shows it isnt. At least it isnt poisonous so go wild.
    2) Apricot kernel seeds contain cyanide and are POISONOUS in quite small doses. The idea of them as cure goes back to the "Laetrile"/"B17" discussion which is somewhere between pseudoscience and a scam. They are DANGEROUS.
    3) Scalar waves are as real as flower fairies and any "machine" claining to produce them is a scam.
    4) Rife machines, even in theory, work using not radiation but very small electric currents and are at bets pseudoscience but mostly a scam.

    Sorry Jr, but what ever caused your friend to go into remission (if he is) from STIV cancer (if he ever was) was not any of the things you list here.
  • manwithnoname
    manwithnoname Member Posts: 402
    pog451 said:

    Beware the Woo
    You know, I have a lot of respect for people like John23 (although I often dont agree with him) and Pete for keeping an open mind and looking at stuff off the beaten track. There is a difference in my mind however between looking at "alt" treatments and promoting scams, which is what Jr2012 is doing here.

    1) There is no evidence that baking soda works as a better toothpaste, let alone as a cancer cure in humans. The mainline theory on how it should work is if cancer is caused by fungus, which all evidence shows it isnt. At least it isnt poisonous so go wild.
    2) Apricot kernel seeds contain cyanide and are POISONOUS in quite small doses. The idea of them as cure goes back to the "Laetrile"/"B17" discussion which is somewhere between pseudoscience and a scam. They are DANGEROUS.
    3) Scalar waves are as real as flower fairies and any "machine" claining to produce them is a scam.
    4) Rife machines, even in theory, work using not radiation but very small electric currents and are at bets pseudoscience but mostly a scam.

    Sorry Jr, but what ever caused your friend to go into remission (if he is) from STIV cancer (if he ever was) was not any of the things you list here.

    Rife machines
    Ok, I have read quite a bit about Rife and I am 100% convinced that the patients treated in some of his 'trials' had their cancer regress.
    I am not 100% sure that it was his machine that did it. Placebo is very powerful too.

    No 'Rife' machines produced today equal the power of his original machine, if they did you would need a licence to use them as they interfere with radio broadcasting and other channels.

    The 'theory' is quite sound, using vibration does actually work. Google HIFU, if you vibrate things they generate friction which generates heat, heat kills tumours.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2130824/Sound-wave-treatment-zaps-prostate-tumours-debilitating-effects.html
  • herdizziness
    herdizziness Member Posts: 3,624

    Rife machines
    Ok, I have read quite a bit about Rife and I am 100% convinced that the patients treated in some of his 'trials' had their cancer regress.
    I am not 100% sure that it was his machine that did it. Placebo is very powerful too.

    No 'Rife' machines produced today equal the power of his original machine, if they did you would need a licence to use them as they interfere with radio broadcasting and other channels.

    The 'theory' is quite sound, using vibration does actually work. Google HIFU, if you vibrate things they generate friction which generates heat, heat kills tumours.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2130824/Sound-wave-treatment-zaps-prostate-tumours-debilitating-effects.html

    RIFE doesn't work
    It's a scam, period.