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My dad cured his cancer!

I just wanted to share the news with others at DP.

On Jan 6 2012 my dad was informed that he had colon cancer. He is a super health nut, that jogs daily and plays tennis regularly. He is 86 but is basically like Jack La Lane and looks and seems in his 60s. He runs his own business and is super fit. So it was very upsetting to learn of the cancer and to discover that colon cancer is very deadly and fast spreading. The HMO scheduled a colon resection for a couple weeks out and our family was making plans to be with him.

I discussed with my dad the lack of any information, data, or statistics on people who opt out of resections, chemo, and radiation. How could the doctors and other specialists recommend their treatments when they could not adequately compare them to the results of doing nothing or doing an alternative intervention? I also discussed with my dad my inability to find any research that proved that traditional therapies work. I could only find that there was about a 5% recovery which did not appear to meet the criteria of success for other interventions or drug testing.

I noticed a post on DP about cancer and contacted a member here who sent me some additional information which I sent to my dad. I did a lot of research on alternative cures and sent all that info to my dad. I urged my dad not to get the resection and I guess he was already leaning against it. He decided to do his best to cure himself with alternative methods. I told him about DCA so he bought that and was using it until he read something negative about it in reference to colon cancer. He also initially was using apricot kernels but I don't think he continued with that. He had his own protocol with Budwig, pah pah, and a lot of other things which I'll ask him about next time we talk.

Anyhow, he recently was able to get another colonoscopy even though they initially would not allow one due to his age. His cononoscopy revealed no polyps and the area which was originally biopsied for cancer no longer had it and was healthy tissue.

Needless to say, his doctors who urged him to have a whole section of colon removed were not the least bit interested in why or how he miraculously recovered.

So, if you or anyone else you know have cancer, don't despair! It may be that with a different approach and healthful living that your body can cure itself!!

I think it is very possible that our bodies are constantly having mutated cells and cancers and if you are healthy with a strong immune system then you fight off microbes and repair damage. Maybe our bodies are constantly recovering from cancer and we just don't know it.

I hope other people will celebrate here with me and hopefully post their success stories as well.



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Congrats on your dad's

Congrats on your dad's success! I recently ordered a couple of pawpaw trees because of their possible treatment abilities. (have to get two because aren't self-pollinating).

During the Spanish Flu epidemic, family (incl. one that helped care for the sick in village) and local doctor used epsom salt as preventative. It's alkaline in nature and raises your ph. Treatment amount was as much as you can without getting diarrhea and to take it right before bed. Grandmother said was about 1/2 a tsp in glass of water.

According to family, the only one that took epsom and got sick was the one that was going out helping tend to the sick and dying; she sometimes skipped her dose, and only got mildly ill.

This is similar to cancer cure I was reading about the other day except the fellow used baking soda to raise ph and added molasses to signal to cancer cells to eat (cancer cells open up for food when sugar on the way cause they gobble up sugars).

I have seen and heard

so many accounts of people healing from everything imaginable using natural processes, that it is beyond a doubt in my mind that it is possible. I live by this awareness and believe that those who really want health, and are prepared to take responsibility for it will find the answers.

Freedom is a byproduct of acceptance - judge not.

Wonderful ! Thanks for sharing.

Yes, I agree with you regarding everyone has potentially cancerous cells, and normally they do not take over. Then something is upset in your body chemistry, due to diet or environmental burdens, and the cancer is allowed to grow.

Looking forward to the update with the protocol he used.

Peace.

yea!!

.Thanking God.

Christians should not be warmongers! http://www.lewrockwell.com/vance/vance87.html

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G Edward Griffin

Is a walking truth machine.

Reference,

on youtube: CANCER THE FORBIDDEN CURES
The AMA & FDA are criminals!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWLrfNJICeM&feature=player_de...

NOSHEEPLE

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Congrats to you and your family.

Great news :)

Thanks for sharing that encouragement. Wish my uncle who passed away from colon cancer a few years back could have tried some of these alternatives.

That's frustrating that the doctors show no interest in understanding what happened to turn things around. Stuck in their ways...

An informational empowerment, how beautiful.

Thank you for sharing, peace, love, & liberty!

kind people rock

Incredible, awesome, amazing,

Incredible, awesome, amazing, and THANKS FOR SHARING!!!

I love posts like this!

wow

what a breath of fresh air.... finally fabulous news @ the daily Paul
So happy for both of you and thx for letting us know about it.

Awsome 'possum

That's great news. Would love to here more about what you're grandfather did when you find out.

Hey Victoria, that's fantastic news!

I can think of few things as satisfying as helping a loved one with their health. I'm looking forward to hearing more about the things he used. DCA sounds interesting. I think I might of heard the name before but I don't know anything about it.

Now I remember...

Someone posted a video on this a couple years ago I think. I'll have to put it on my list of things to look into.

Thanks for the link~

there was some downsides

to the dosages in its original use to treat congenital metabolic diseases in children when it was first getting used, but the whole idea of kick starting the mitochondrial apoptosis pathways in cancerous cells by force them to start using oxidation phosphorylation again makes a lot of sense. Maybe DCA won't prove to be very good in the long run, but this kind of approach needs to be explored.

My dad was all for it at

My dad was all for it at first but then he read something about it being contraindicated only in the case of Colon cancer, not other cancers. I'm not sure what or where he got that info from, I think it might have been from other users on the DCA forum - not sure, but it scared him so he stopped taking it. I think DCA is a promising alternate therapy that should be examined.

I'm very happy for your family.

Thanks for sharing that story. It was the Dr. Burzynski movie that did it for me, convinced me that there is far more than meets the eye re cancer and other chronic diseases; disease research, including at universities; the American Medical Association; the pharmaceutical companies; the lobbies; and the FDA (whose budget is funded by pharmaceutical companies, as often some of the research being done). It's really difficult to know whom you can trust. In the end, you have to have faith in what your heart tells you. It's just wonderful that your father is healthy again.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

It's really difficult to know

It's really difficult to know who you can trust.

Are you sure it's difficult?

"disease research including (research) at universities, the American Medical Association, the pharmaceutical companies, the lobbies and the FDA (whose budget is funded by pharmaceutical companies....)."

Looks as though it's not. :)

Because it's not, because it's simple, is why I argue against anyone railing about nature as medicine in an effort put it into hospitals and other tools of the medical industrial complex. My argument is to keep nature where it is, in the care of people who care. Little to nothing about argumentation and logic do the people who rail against the medical industrial complex know: To push nature into the medical industrial complex is to push nature into the medical industrial complex. The "railers" miss the obvious.

Two spheres:

1) medical industrial complex
2) nonmedical industrial complex: in nature, accessible to anyone and private in the correct sense of the word rather than private wrongly. Wrongly? Yes, in that this century is the decentralization of everything, the unraveling of things central -- because to amass total control, the things that have been crammed together forming centralization must be untethered to achieve that control, total control, whose name in economics -- that is, in trade -- is globalism. The decentralization will be false IF certain things, namely the imprisonment of the powers that be, don't occur. The privatization occurring daily, I fear, is the wrong kind, a kind vastly different than what existed since the beginning of mankind to the last 150 years, at about 1850, and than would could exist if the forces of evil are put away. I've tried to talk about false decentralization on the DP for quite some time, but a few rabid DPers are disparaging about such discussion. The central bankers of central bankers have more money than the Federal Reserve and any other central bank, now barriers to control globally, wherein control spreads from things general to specific globally, creating connection globally as if a spider web. Such a banker's wealth, for all intents and purposes, is immeasurable. The wealth must be so if it's to be used to control, a direction action, and to influence, an indirect action, governments (read: amassers and facilitators) and businesses that serve as hubs for many businesses because of the losses in money which are losses in the construction of a new world, a privatized world in which things are aligned to each person, creating the home (and automobile, etcetera) into a cell, hence technology, chiefly wireless technology.

So, see? It's easy to know who the bastards are. Yes, it's them! Keep them in their spheres, let us not burst their spheres because the bursting would cause the spheres' contents, the bastards, to spread. Let the medicine industrial complex do it's thing. The people running the medicine industrial complex really are doing us a favor: They keep outside it what's outside it. (A new appreciation for this phrase, eh?: Survival of the fittest. The fittest mind, therefore fittest body.) Only one thing need be done to that complex, prevent it from attacking me and you. All you and I should want is for you to do your thing and me to do mine. To live that way is to restore balance to our planet because each person will be able to restore balance to himself.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

I hear what you're saying,

but I don't think it's so much a matter of people trying to push nature into the medical industrial complex as the medical industrial complex doing the pushing - wanting to get control over what is currently natural and non-patentable and have total control over our health via control over FOOD and control over HEALTHCARE. And it would seem doable between the UN's Codex Alimentarius; the USDA and FDA seeming to be compromised via dubious gov't appointments; agribusiness and big pharma campaign contributions and lobbying of Congress; armed thugs preying on independent-minded farmers, store-owners, food co-ops, and physicians; and now "Obamacare" - which, aside from other issues, will make cradle-to-grave information about us available to anyone, around the globe, with the entry of our number.

And you don't need to convince me of decentralization. I'm with ya.
http://www.dailypaul.com/231336/senator-fukushima-fuel-pool-...

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

...it's not so much people

...it's not so much people trying to push nature into the medical industrial complex as the medical industrial complex doing the pushing -- controlling what is natural an nonpatentable and have total control of our health....

I see both: certain people and the complex. The certain people are individuals and organizations outside the complex. They aid and abet the complex, in effect making them a part of the complex. Either those people know they are part of it or they don't know they are part of it. Those certain people -- think: the pink ribbon people and especially the Susan G. Komen foundation, this foundation the spring board of breast cancer awareness (including bca month?) and everything else cancer awareness promoted to the hilt, even is infecting venues of manly men (American professional sports) and rendering them ridiculous and tools to people who recognize what's going on -- are patina to condition the populace to think putting nature into the complex is good. Meanwhile, the doing -- the acquisition -- of nature is by the complex. The battle, as always: The system creates an externality to itself to battle it to fashion a middle (which is the authentic externality to the complex) to suck the middle into the system.

I'm for decentralization too, but the right kind. We won't get a second chance to do decentralization if it's done wrongly. (Too) much wrong decentralization will be to the detriment of everyone disagreeable to the system.

Cancer awareness. Yeah, someday cancer will be so prevalent that everyone will be aware of it and unable to go to the park down the street without being made aware of it. Cancer awareness month and the rest of it. The irony.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

hmmm

I'll have to think about that. Do you ever worry that the medical industry will push its way into nature? I kind of have a different opinion. I'm not sure the realms of medicine and nature are separate. I think quackery is quackery, and it is everywhere. There just happens to be more money in the medical industrial complex at the moment. What do you think will happen when the government starts controlling the distribution of weed?

First, a self

First, a self clarification:

The people running the medicine industrial complex really are doing us a favor: They keep outside it what's outside it. (A new appreciation for this phrase, eh?: Survival of the fittest. The fittest mind, therefore fittest body.)

Should read:

The people running the medicine industrial complex really are doing us a favor: They keep outside it what's outside it, which keeps what's close to the individual close to the individual. (A new appreciation for this phrase, eh?: Survival of the fittest. The fittest mind, therefore fittest body.)

Do you ever worry that the medical industry will push its way into nature? Yes. A lot. To me, the medical industry is "public" (read: government) and private. I pay attention to both compositions while differentiating between sizes of privatization, our level (the small and earned level) compared to the enormous level, their level whether obvious or in disguise.

I'm not sure the realms of medicine and nature are separate. I think I understand what you mean, but I'm not sure. Mind explaining your statement?

What do you think when the government starts controlling the distribution of weed? Easy. Camel under the nose routine. Where license is is where control is. Those who'll distribute, the requesters of license, are those who say yes to the system and who build and expand the system; they become the system. The quality of weed then, I think? Bad. Prices? High. Access? Not how it is even today, for the common man and, eventually, not for people outside the system.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

well

I'm a sucker for some scientific principles, particularity the null hypothesis, Socratic ignorance, double blinds and the idea that we shouldn't hold two contradictory facts as both simultaneously true. My criticisms of medicine, and science in general, follow departure from these few tenets and institutionalized consensus being mistaken for fact. I think this is what makes medicine bad. Those that aren't stuck in the group think and who might be capable of doing something about it, can't get much traction against the industry that profits and incentives the departure. However, to a lesser extent,I also see a fair bit of hocus pocus on the nature side of things too and an industry gearing up behind it. Homeopathy as a past example, but you can gloss just about anything up with a bit of spin. You're pro environment right? You're not against traditional knowledge are you? etc...I took an ethnobotany class a number of years ago that was all about prescribing "nature's goodness". It was nice to hear a bit of contrast, but it's kind of the same deal. It's just drug pushing. I see legalizing weed, and the subsequent regulation and taxation, as a gateway to getting into the nature market. And then what? Well....how much western "medicine" can you access that's not in line with the industry "standards" of taking your money and keeping you a returning customer.

So, basically, I don't see nature's medicine being very much separate from industrialized medicine, and I think the government getting involved in weed will make that clear.

Public or private areas of health? I think that questions relevant, but it might be besides the point. Anything that gets in the way of your access health, the professionals you seek, or imposed external pressures on the information available, IMO, is the problem.

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It is stories like this that make me the proudest

of the Daily Paul.

I know that cancer thread here. It is EPIC. It is really a resource, not just for this community, but for anyone with an internet connection.

And that is really the promise of the internet. To be able to reach any other person who is connected to it.

There are also some great testimonials at Hallelujah Acres. This is a place my friend told me about. His mother had breast cancer, and she cured it. She didn't go here, but she went to a place with a similar program.

Basically the program is all raw and vegan. The theory is you get out of the way of your immune system with all the Coca-Cola, sugar, caffeine, etc. The raw greens and juices purge your system and allow it to stabilize. Without all the chaos going off in the body because you're allergic to wheat or milk or something else in your diet and you never knew it.

Anyway, here are the testimonials for cancer:

http://www.hacres.com/testimonies/cancer

They are really inspiring.

Michael, I'm glad you're proud.

You should be!!

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Amen to that

I created a thread today linking to the renowned Gerson Institute's article dealing with the whole "cancer awareness" fundraising scam.

"Sick of Pinkwashing?" http://www.dailypaul.com/302779/sick-of-pinkwashing

I sure the hell am.

Millions of dollars raised by the masses yet natural cures are routinely ignored and scorned.

Yeah, all these pink ribbons

Yeah, all these pink ribbons and fund raising...billions and billions of dollars and they are no where nearer to curing or turning around cancer than when they started decades ago. In fact I believe cancer rates have risen. Same with all the other health organizations supposedly there to fight specific diseases.

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I absolutely HATE the pinkwashing!!!

And the NFL players are dressed in pink shoes and pink gloves and one assumes pink panties underneath.

I hate that! And you can't say that without being accused of being some kind of racist for hating the color pink on football players. It is almost like they're purposely making fools of them:

"Hey boys, dress up in pink! We tricked you into it! Ha ha ha!"

Thank you for posting that.