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Doctor Says I Have Tumor- Chemo Only Answer (update)

Hello All,

My husband, Dean, has asked me to post an update on his condition which is progressively getting worse. We've appreciated all the posts and comments in the past and hope that we might get some more of the same.

Dean has told you that he has a tumor above his collarbone and a hole. Since he has last posted, the tumor has become much more prominent and the hole is now nearly four inches wide by at least two inches. It has a thick, blistery lip around it and the walls of the hole, which the doctors call a fistula, have become thicker as the tumor has enlarged. There is a frequent discharge which the oncologist said is plasma. There is also bleeding from time to time which I think comes from the thick flesh of the wall and the blistery lip. Dean wanted me to post a photo, but I couldn’t tell how to attach one. Besides, it’s probably best not to, as the photos are too graphic.

Dean has lost a lot of weight. He lost almost 20 lbs. when we cut refined sugar out of his diet. He stopped having ice-cream shakes and chocolate syrup. We began juicing and added carrot/beet juice to his diet of protein shakes and pureed homemade soups, but his weight has suffered. Then he tried cannabis oil but he didn’t react too well to that. He vomited when he ingested it and lost even more weight and his fistula seemed to bleed more when the oil was applied topically, so he stopped using the oil, which in his mind, was his only hope. He is now at 120 lbs., literally skin and bones. He is very weak and rarely gets out of bed. He seems to have lost his appetite for the soups and vegetable juices. We’re trying to help him regain some weight and energy with high calorie peanut butter/protein shakes and fruit smoothies with B,C,D,E, zinc added. We also just began using pHenomenal , which is supposed to help get rid of the acidity in his body.

The past week has been extremely difficult. He hasn’t vomited, but he is very low in energy. He losses a little blood from the wound on occasion and he has dry heaved earlier in the week. He coughs and has a lot of phlegm. He has had fevers on and off all week, but he refuses to see a doctor, or go to the emergency room with, or without an ambulance. When I spoke to someone at the hospital about a home visit, they said Dean should go to the ER, because he could be septic (infection in the blood) due to the open wound. I’m also fearful that he could have pneumonia. When I tried to talk him into going, he got so stressed out that he began vomiting. His family also tried talking to him, but he refuses to go to the ER because he does not want to be admitted and is afraid they will give him glucose through the IV. But something is definitely going on with those temperatures coming back each day and he won’t be seen by his oncologist or ER. He thinks they can only hurt him. He would consider seeing a wound specialist. Is there such a doctor?

Thanks for reading. Dean says he has you all in his heart and appreciates you all.

Sincerely, Susan



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Its my understanding that

Its my understanding that Burzynski is only taking patients with rare brain cancers and cannot accept others. Of course it is worth checking in case I am wrong. My dad contacted the clinic for hiss own cancer and that is what he told me.

might

very well be right....i'm not sure of the specifics of which types of cancers he's treating.

Few more things....

If he won't even see a doctor for the wound and completely refuses...manuka honey is an option. Make sure it isn't store bought honey...needs to be the real deal:

http://www.manukahoneyusa.com/

Olive leaf extract from east park research is a broad spectrum antibiotic for internal use. So is colloidal silver (argentyn 23 is one of the top brands)

Allimed is another company that states success with MRSA infections with an internal and external application of a stabilized garlic:

http://www.allimed.us/

High dose IV vitamin c is also a good infection fighter.

Not suggesting these over medical treatment...but if he absolutely refuses and there is nothing you can do to convince him........

He has seen a Doctor . He offered Chemo.

Check out Dr,. Wallach. Not for cancer but for a different approach.

Vets either heal the cancer or they don't get a return call.

Add Wallach's 90 essential nutrients added to Gerson's cleansing protocl worked for me. I don't know if it was cancer but it was head to toe, inside and out. Now just a few spots left.

And it was cheap. Maybe $100 per month.

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In another comment you said you ate raw food

for about two years and Gerson for a year. What improvements did you notice once you added Dr. Wallach's products to the Gerson Therapy. I assume that most of the healing occurred before Wallach's products were added since it is a recent addition.

I was on Wallach's products for a month and plan to get back on them shortly once the budget allows. I also plan to get back into juicing as well.

Budgetary concerns have prevented me from trying

I had started using sea salt and enjoyed it. I call them nutritional addictions, it's the only addiction worth following.

I had been talking about benefits of minerals and after babysitting my daughter aksed me if I wanted to try these (ConcenTrace) minerals.

I just started a week ago Sunday just 40 drops a day. That was what was my last change.

I had stopped the Gerson "treatment" in Jan and stick to the diet restrictions but eat primal blueprint. About 70% sat fats, 15% protein and 15% carbs.

Moving forward, I am looking for Dr Wallach's:

Ultimate Selenium for my grey hair and mercury amalgam,
Mineral Toddy -because it's cheap. Remember man you are dust.
There are mineral shortages I haven't addressed out of ignorance so I'll be getting OsteoFx, and GlucoCaps(Glucosomin Chondritin + collegen and minerals) for Bone and Joint health.

The BTT is to get the young'uns hooked on vitamins and minerals. That's the hope anyway. I have two grandsons. I baby sit the youngest. I called him a dirt magnet. He almost had a hungry look when he went digging.

I'll have to ask his mom if she's sharing her mineral drops.

My Ma has a juice press from the farm. She used to make grape, strawberry and raspberry jellies. I don't think she's still using it. I would like to press fresh juice.

As for a year of Gerson. I have no regrets. My liver is very active. I haven't been sick or been plagued with allergies since I started.

A fifty seven year old diaper rash/cradle cap had spread from head to toe, inside and out. It is now a shadow of what it was from its peak two years ago.

Did you see the video by the mushroom man. He had a slide of an ant with a mushroom growing out of his head. That's how I felt. I knew it was time to do something that wasn't going to poison me.

Eventually I hope to work up a Gerson protocol using juices and Wallach's potions. A safe and effective treatment for a variety of ills is certainly in demand.

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I'll probably be

taking some of the older Wallach formulations so I can afford the Gluco-gel and the Ultimate Selenium. I've been drinking raw milk kefir for a while and it helped my gut tremendously but there is building material/components in the Gluco gel that the connective tissue in the gut lining needs. I believe it's similar to what's in gelatinous soup stock, but in a more refined form. It's used by not only the joints, tendons, and bones, but all of the connective tissue in the body -- muscles, joints, bones, organs -- the cellular matrix of all tissues. I just have to decide whether I should take the Gluco gel in caps or liquid form.

I did a search in Dr. Wallach's podcast to find all the podcasts that talk about gluco gel. The search field is very useful for finding shows that discuss specific conditions or products.

I'll have to look more into the Mineral Toddy. The next gen products like the BTT may have a lot of great things in it, but I guess we have to prioritize according to what major deficiencies we have in our bodies and budget accordingly. That reminds me of a quote I heard from a doctor who works for a major nutraceutical company.

It goes something like this:
Q: "What is the most important nutrient in the body?"
A: "The one your missing."

Yea, the juicing with the coffee enemas really help the liver. I used to do them regularly(once a day) over a year ago. One has to always juice when doing coffee enemas or minerals will be depleted.

We have a Norwalk juicer we purchased years ago. It has great extraction of nutrients but it's expensive. There is a cheaper alternative where you can buy a separate grinder and press(different sources) which has almost the same extraction rate at a fraction of the cost. You may already know this but if you are able to get your mom's juice press, you can also buy the cloth bags or towels(from Norwalk) to put the juice pulp in before putting them in the press.

It's great you're trying to get your grandkids hooked on the BTT. It's wise to start prevention when they are young when the body is most malleable and can be rebuilt rapidly.

I saw those juice bags on the commercial.

I have been making my broths in a double boiler. It paturizes the vegetables but never boils them. (180 degreesF) Throw in some roasted beef bones and cook for 6 hours strain and cool. Serve chilled as a beautiful gelatin or warm broth with a sprinkle of cheese and fresh chervil.

It's not raw but it's not boiled. Have you tried celeriac?

Grandpa enjoyed eating the cartilage from ribs or chicken bones. I helped him brick our garage when he was 82 years old. I mixed the mortar and kept him supplied with brick. We worked 8 hours a day. I don't think he had any joint problems that I could see. Back at home he walked about 3 miles a day weather permitting.

I've been taking Knox gelatin off and on. I'ts fairly cheap. I have a few varicose veins and an ultrasound showed a 4% enlargement in my aorta. My knees had been bothering me for a couple of years. Gluco-gel for gut. Thanks for the tip.

I get pasture fed butter and eggs. Hoping to score a pasture fed cow this fall. I am keeping my eye out for pasture fed raw cream.

Regarding gut issues. The jury is still out but I think something in my 60 minerals did the trick. I had tried everything else.

I also want to be a good example of 58 years. Something to strive for and I'll show them how if they choose. I am not there yet. But I find the Idea of being a healthy halfway home appealing.

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Years ago, I used celeriac a few times (when available)

to make the hippocrates soup recipe in the Gerson Handbook. I didn't use it regularly though. I dabbled with parts of the Gerson Therapy for my digestive problems but was never on the full program. At the time, I couldn't hands some fibrous things or potatoes though I did eat salads every day. Now I can hand moderate amounts of most foods but I try not to eat too much grains, though I do seem to need a slice of quality bread a few times a week for strength. I'm aware of the gluten issue with grains. I've heard there was an "Ancient" bread from Isreal that is very digestible. Someone told me it was in the "Wheat Belly" book by William Davis. I haven't read it so I can't give a review.

The double boiler is an interesting way of doing it. I took the knox gelatin thing on and off as well. I'll probably pick up a few packs until I'm able to get the soup stock going again. I don't know if you have Sally Fallon's book, Nourishing Traditions, but it has a lot of great anedctes in the margins of how different societies used gelatin or gelatinous soup stocks to heal the stomach, gut and other digestive problems. Jordan Rubin used that book to help heal his digestive problems as well.

It's great you have access to the grass fed butter and eggs. I currently get the grassfed raw milk and butter and am hoping to get the grassfed meat soon.

"Healthy Halfway home". Yea, there's something appealing about planting yourself firmly where you are while slowly outfiting your "traditional" kitchen with stock pots, juicer, and other gadgets ... getting the lactofermented foods and beverages cultured with various microbic cultures, etc. Some people spend a thousand or more a year on vacations when they could be putting their money into their kitchens, equipment(juicers), quality food, supplements or garden that directly feeds back into their health. Slowly, over the years, they could have outfitted themselves quite nicely.

Yeah

i believe it...i know there is merit to many of these alternative treatments. Rife cured 16 terminally ill patients back a number of decades ago with cancer....sure gerson therapy has cured many also...not knockin this stuff. The problem is there isn't any money to study it, and because of that there haven't been any controlled studies done. Dr. Burzinsky has been able to however and his treatment had better success rates than traditional methods.

Gerson has been curing cancer and diabetes II since 1930s

Vets have been curing disease and birth defects for 75 years. Beith defect in animal is 1 per 500,000. Birth defects in humans is 1 per 10,000. Animals get better care without health insurance.

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yeah

i think a large part of that is they aren't fed genetically modified, nutrient stripped, processed, heated, chemical laced foods like we are. Baffles my mind...in farming if your animals start to show signs of disease, sickness and birth defects the first thing you start to wonder about is their food sources....for some reason it just doesn't pop into humans heads. They'd rather spend another 20 billion on a drug that covers up the symptom of why these things are happening. I get the draw to alternative medicine....but when someone might have sepsis and you don't have a lot of experience treating that with a good success record naturally...i don't think it's smart at all to sit around and experiment with different things. Sepsis will kill you quick. Conventional medicine does have its uses.

I am so sorry

I hope you can find a way out of this. I'm sending healing thoughts his way!

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wound

have you tried dressing the wound in raw honey? Anyway, just another thing to look into. Having all of us put our attention to him will help at least.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for wound healing.

Hi Susan,

I'm very sorry to read of your husbands illness. My thoughts are with you both.

Firstly, I sincerely urge you to make immediate inquiries - infection is not something where time is on your side.

With regard to wound healing - I wanted to let you know about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. One of its primary uses is for wound healing.

HBOT can be simply described as 'pressurized oxygen therapy'. Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy (HBOT) for wound healing is carried out at many major hospitals. However they only attend to certain conditions (eg diabetic wounds) so you will need to find out if your husband qualifies for treatment. Also for the sake of urgency, it may be worth finding a local private service.

Now there are some situations where HBOT is not recommended so you will need to find a credible operator in your area. Also I strongly advise using a hard (steel) chamber and not a soft (mild) chamber.

There is an enormous amount of information online regarding HBOT, wound healing and cancer so I hope you can find a local provider.

All the best to you in such very difficult circumstances.

Just get him to a doctor - by

Just get him to a doctor - by any means. It sounds like he's dying, to be honest. His body is deteriorating. That's just my opinion. I'm sure all the natural health people will disagree but it sounds like you've tried going that route. Please don't lose him on the alter of "natural health". Chemo works sometimes, but I don't have enough info in this post to say more.

Chemo only works if it wasn't cancer.

My parents go to doctors and they't be lucky to outlive their parents who grew up without Doctors.

The numbers are out there. Doctors are the leading cause of death.

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My 2cents Have him get on a

My 2cents

Have him get on a paleo type of diet and stop eating all processed food. Cancer feeds on sugar (that includes things your body turns into sugar. Stop eating all grains. peanut butter has a lot of added sugar). Do not get on a vegan diet with cancer, that is what killed Steve Jobs. Start eating extra virgin coconut oil several times per day. use coconut oil on any open wounds. Research mega dose of vitamin C treatments IV. To add weight on Drink lots of RAW milk from grass fed cows, not pasteurized milk. Get clean filtered water and add mineral drops, this will help with the PH balance.

Google each of these things to get more info.

RAW MILK CURE http://www.realmilk.com/milkcure.html

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I have some "Concentrace" from the Great Salt Lake.

I've been taking vitamins and herbs for 4o years. Vitamin C and D were the only ones that I crave.

These mineral drops (72 minerals) were an instant hit after one day!!!

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Wrong, Wrong, Wrong

Stay the hell away from all dairy products...see below.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

I would agree if you were

oh!

I will pray more for you! completely agree w/decision to stay away from conventional treatment. oasis of hope hospital-non-conventional- may help.

jason vale was dying of cancer and started buying CASES of apples and peaches and eating the seeds (break open hard peach pits to get seeds). his cancer left, never to return. he'd had it 3 times previously. intravenous laetrile would be better but it's expensive and you cannot get it tonight. you could start the seeds now (wal-mart's open) and order the other tomorrow.

on the following sites, you can buy and learn how to administer yourself

http://www.b17source.com/store.html

http://www.ehow.com/how_8201743_administer-intravenous-laetr...

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Treating tumors

First off I'm a holistic practitioner

Reading everyone good intentions is fine
But what I got from Ur brief post is Ur all over the map
And it's understandable The first thing find a really good holistic doctor
In Ur area one that can do blood work and monitor the condition
This way u will know if what Ur doing or he suggests is working or not
Sometimes and I haven't seen Ur husband with the products Ur giving the tumor will
Break thru the skin it's the body trying to rid the tumor
The weight kiss is a concern. I'm going to make three recommendations
First. Go to protocel.com there is a number call it ask for one if their doctors
Ask if protocel will help. It has done miracles for some
Second research hydrogen peroxide baths. Thus will kill some cancers cold in their tracks
And lastly magasteen juice Any questions get back to me
Good luck and we all pass over to the other side

Keep the faith Good luck. Vince

Drvab

Please watch "Forks Over Knives"...

on Netflix. It is the single most important piece of information you'll get on your journey through this mine field. They will try and frighten you to death to push Chemo and they may have already been successful in this. They were with me. But we are all different in our health levels at the time of diagnosis and your decision is a tough one. I can assure you that food is the way out, just as assuredly it is what got you here. It is certainly your best bet in halting further decline.

Read about Max Gerson and follow up with books by Gabriel Cousins and David Wolfe as the information in the aforementioned movie points to a 100% AGAIN 100%...not 99%...100% plant based diet and the bullet train of that is Raw Food. Cousens and Wolfe are the pied pipers of that movement. Keep juicing lots of greens and use carrots and apples to sweeten it.

In fully reading your post AFTER I posted the above, I've come back to urge you to view this movie. It is immensely dangerous to consume animal based protein right now and having been a body builder when I was younger, I am aware of the vast use of casein as the main ingredient "protein shakes" and even whey is a byproduct of cheese production! This will open yopur eyes and provide you with an understanding I can almost assure you, your oncologist knows absolutely nothing about this, I don't care who he is.

Good luck.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

I would say one will grasp more information...

...from it if they are aware of the slight bais it propagates from veganism. The dietary lifestyle is very healthy short term and intermittently but long term is unsustaining for a person to remain in good health--not without supplements.

It was very interesting especially for those who have unexplained health issues. Watch with open mind.

Also, "Forks over Knives" can

Also, "Forks over Knives" can be watched free on hulu.com

Vitamin C

You want vitamin C. Ask a doctor (doesn't have to be in the ER) to give him high doses (like 10,000 mg) of vitamin C per day through an IV. It's a start. Or order Lypo-spheric Vitamin C from LivOn Labs http://www.livonlabs.com/

Green juicing is great too. As much as he can drink.

Get him outside in the sun every day, wheel the bed outside or in a wheel chair.

Contact the folks at: gerson.com

I agree with Gerson. But they made one mistake.

At least in my book they assume you could get all the minerals from juices. But our soils are deficient.

Sixty minerals are needed. Sea salt is a great start, but not enough trace minerals and too much sodium chloride.

Sodium and potassium are antagonists. Both are needed in different situations.

Vitamins C is only one of 90 essential vitamins, amino acids, minerals.

Beyond Tangy Tangerine is one powder that contains all but the Essentials fatty acids.

Drink twice a day are all essentials are floating around in your blood. Just in time inventory control.

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Just curious,

do you mix Dr. Wallach's products with the Gerson juices or do you take them separately with water? BTT almost needs plain water just to dissolve properly.