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vandelam
Thursday, November 2, 2006, 5:13am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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An acquaintance has recently been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. He is type AB, in his 50s, and will soon be undergoing either chemo or radiation treatment.

Believe it or not, this diagnosis has been the catalyst for him to start on the BTD.

I would appreciate any advice that would be specifically helpful for his situation.

Thanks in advance.
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Thursday, November 2, 2006, 1:37pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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chemoth. adjustements ...hi dearle...

Astragalus 500mg2x daily 1-2 caps.  + Coriolus versicolor 300mg's 1-2 caps. daily  fdo you know..is he a secretor orr a nonnie??9 if nonnie so he should add some Vit.A 10'000 I.E

immunol. support:
add some zink 15-25 mg's daily, Reishi extract 500mg's 2xdaily one caps.Vit. C from Acerola or Rosehip,250mg's once daily; hmm here I am not ok with- because I made the experience that the more Vit. C in causa of cancer- the better..and I tell em...even if supportable from the stomach, take it even in more than one gram by day (men5-10-15 until dierhea, women 3-8 gram until...diarhea 15-20grams sometimes, even more  but this only under professional help, means in hospital or praxis, because the best Vit. C wich works in such situation is the fat-soluble Vit C and sometimes it's also injected.

prevention:curuma 3-500mg's 1-2 caps daily,Selen,Helix pomatia and basilicum 100-250 mg's one caps a day.

reconvalescence program:
L'Arginine 500mg's daily 1-2 caps,Pantothenic acid 250mg's 1-2 caps daily, Zink 25 mg's
but if you follow the mentioned protocols, there's some zink in-so take care not more than 25 mg's zink daily.

All my best wishes with this poor guy, from me and I'll keep finggerles crossed ....bye
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read this response by Dr D to a member:
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/convert1/config.pl?read=342


so check into the online protocols:
immune enhancing...etc


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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ISA-MANUELA
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and then he should get informed about other methods in http://www.naturmednet.de , perhaps instead of getting chemo. better going for the *heat-method* or better said *creating fever* against cancercells....
better than chemo!!! (in my opinion )
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Get a copy of Dr. D.'s book on dealing with Cancer.  It's very good and fine tunes the diet for maximum effect, and also gives a good list of supplements, many of which Isa has already kindly provided.



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Thanks to all the responses. I appreciate it.
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Vandelam,
I hope for the best possible outcome for your aquaintance.  

It's too bad that it sometimes takes serious illness in order for people to choose to eat for their blood types.  But at least he's found something that is a powerful enough motivator for him to take it seriously.  



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ISA-MANUELA
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Victoria-babe ...ya know it...it must hurt sometimes severely to get the kick off and right understandings...and to be able and ready for a deep changement in our lifes I know this as well

thatswhy I am suffering but only a little bit, because my neighbor with breastcancer doesn't change her life at all, now she got troubles again, must go into hospital next week, fine for me I do get the doggybabe..juchuu but for herselve..beurx not that nice...and she won't change anything until she has to goo .....and I am standing here with empty hands made me nearly crazy, but I can't choose for her .....
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Isa-so sorry she is suffering again, but like you say, it is by her choice(s).  Hello to Baline for me and a doggy pat on the head.

Debra


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