What Peter says in ER4YT about cancer vis-a-vis the blood types is being played out in my own family.
As I've posted on this Board before, I have Ovarian cancer (diagnosed 3 years ago as Stage III, Level 3, Grade C) and since being on ER4YT, my cancer growth has stablilized (the CA125 blood test values have stayed at around 400, normal range is 0-35) -- a very unusual occurrence. My doctor continues to tell me that she has never seen anything like it -- in her experience, ovarian cancer doesn't just stop growing without some sort of medical intervention. And, although my CA125 is elevated, I feel very well, work full time, spend time with friends and practice my Faith -- all of which are also highly significant factors in my continuing good health. And, as a bonus, I have lost 39 pounds.
My sister, who also has advanced Ovarian Cancer, spent the month of December participating in a clinical trial in Philadelphia for a new procedure called Photo-dynamic therapy. She elected to undergo this procedure as the standard treatment for ovarian cancer wasn't working for her (she is an "A", and has had a very difficult and different experience with this disease than I have had). Her condition was critical for several weeks following the Photo-dynamic therapy, but now we have reason to be hopeful of her recovery. And she has dropped her resistance to ER4YT (as I've posted before, her resistance was due to years of being ripped off by the diet industry combined with the woman-hating aspect of the diet mentality in the US - but she now sees that ER4YT is different).
It is so important that this information (ER4YT) be widely dessiminated. All doctors, perhaps especially Oncologists, need to be made aware of this information. I become quite upset with the critics of the diet who are not really presenting critical, scientifically based analyses of ER4YT, but are only promoting their own agendas and in so doing are depriving millions of people of their health and well-being.
While I by no means believe that ER4YT takes the place of standard medical treatment for cancer (although it probably does go a long way toward preventing cancer from occurrring in the first place), I do believe ER4YT can be a critical factor in improving the quality of life and, in my case, its longevity as well.
So, once again, thank you Peter.
I hope you are all having a lovely day.