Subject: Pancreatic cancer
Date: Fri, October 1, 2010
To: Ken Adachi
Went for my final curtains or champagne result yesterday and Dr Commins
Surrey UK said I have an incurable cancer of my pancreas.
Start kemo in 10 days/2 weeks so I am feeling very down even though I know I
got to stay positive with cancer.
The damage the cancer did to my liver was it gave me jaundice, blocking the
biolduct turning me bright yellow for months and gave me agonising itching
for 6 weeks that I was in hospital for.
I now have a stent in the biolduct to keep the liver unblocked, so I can't
drink alcohol, but is there something you would highly suggest?
Can you help?
I can only give you my thoughts on what I would do if I were in your shoes. This is not medical advice.
For starters, I would re-assess my view of myself and that of Dr Commins of Surrey, UK. You have given away your power to him and to the medical orthodoxy which he represents when you characterize the test results as either champagne or curtains. A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is not a death sentence, even though orthodox cancer specialists may view it that way. It's considered a particularly "bad" cancer because establishment medicine lacks the knowledge and understanding to cure it, let alone effectively treat it. Statistically speaking, most people live longer doing nothing, versus poisoning themselves with chemo therapy.
Chemo is painful, produces great misery and in the end, fails. If I only had a limited amount of time to live, why would I allow myself to be poisoned and go through all that misery when I know that it's not going to work anyway? Ask Dr Commins to give you a list of the people he has already treated for pancreatic cancer with chemo and how many of them are still alive and how many have died since the treatment. Of those who died, what is the average survival time following chemo? Will he let you talk to those who are still alive? Can you talk to the relatives of those who died to decide whether you want to follow the same treatment recommendation?
No, No, and No?
Oh, I see. "Patient confidentiality" I'm sure.
You have a CHANCE of stopping this cancer by learning what has to be done to TURN OFF the cancering process. Any cancer, despite its location or name, requires a certain grouping (or perhaps we can call it a cooperating 'team") of pathogenic elements to be in place in order for the cancer growth to take place. If even one member of this cancer-causing 'team' is missing, the cancer growth cannot occur. This pathogenic 'team' causes the production of a chemical molecule called Orthophosphotyrosine (OPT) which triggers the cells of the tumor to go into rapid and uncontrolled cellular division ("mitosis"). This is the "malignancy" aspect of cancer. By interfering with or neutralizing one or more members of the pathogenic cancer 'team', you can stop the production of OPT, which in turn would stop the uncontrolled cellular division mechanism. When that happens, you have effectively arrested the growth of the cancer.
After you've accomplished that initial phase, the next phase is to do what is necessary to restore the body's immune system and to activate the white blood cells in order to digest the tumor and gradually remove its digested components from your body. When that happens, you no longer have cancer, you no longer have a tumor; and you can carry on living your life (but in a more careful and conscientious way than before). Since you mentioned alcohol, that likely played a role in getting the cancer in the first place. You would have to permanently give up alcohol.
It's not easy to do what is necessary to turn off the cancering process. Many things have to be attended to diligently and fastidiously. You can't cut corners. You have to follow her directions to a tee. If you could find a qualified Syncrometer tester in the UK, you could send that person a saliva sample and they could tell you whether or not you were continuing to produce OPT as you apply the anti-malignancy phase of the treatment.
I would move fast. You don't have much time with pancreatic cancer. You can get the book through amazon.com in the UK or perhaps a local bookstore can get it for you quickly. If and when you tell the doctor that you are going to cancel chemo, he's going to go nuts on you. He'll tell you that you're crazy for not getting the chemo because it "will prolong your life" yada, yada, yada. It's up to you whether you want to take control and decide your own fate or continue to leave the decision up to the medical priesthood. Personally, I would go with Hulda Clark, but it's your life, you decide.
There are many other good alternative cancer treatments that work reasonably well, such as the Gerson diet, but I find Hulda's research to be the most comprehensive and the most science-based, so I'm partial to her information. She EXPLAINS (much more than others) what's going on in the body and WHY.
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