on November 8, 2014
Cancer has always been a word that I have heard throughout my life as I grew up, mainly because it has affected a number of family members, sadly some of which have passed away from various forms of Cancer.
When I was 33 years old, I developed lymphoma. However, my diagnosis was not confirmed until 6 months after I had discovered the mass as I’ve always been very healthy and active and my doctor did not believe I had cancer. I had no other symptoms to indicate such and the truth is, it was only after I had exaggerated the “painful symptoms” emanating from the mass was I sent off for testing.
This book has a lot of very useful information in it. While I truly believe in healing the natural way, the truth is, sometimes it’s not possible for all cancers.
After I had a biopsy performed on my tumor, a second tumor developed in my lymph node located directly below the first. I have an aggressive form of Lymphoma and the second tumor grew to the size of grapefruit in 5 weeks. It affected my ability to walk, and this tumor, unlike the first was very painful, as it grew so big it was tearing the skin. So Chemotherapy was necessary in my case.
However, I did my research and found a clinical trial that I was placed in. This chemotherapy treatment option was less invasive and focused on minimizing toxicity to significantly reduce a lot of the common side effects that are common with cancer treatment.
I use the Budwig protocol daily that I learned about in this book. I’ve also learned that you don’t want have a vitamin C drip treatments the same day in which you do the Budwig protocol as it cancels it out.
Even though I am going through chemotherapy there is a lot of useful information that I have puled out of this book and anyone going through cancer, regardless if you choose to include chemotherapy or not into your battle will find this book very helpful.
Even though I have been living with cancer for the last 11 months, I am grateful that I’ve done the research that I did because without it, I would not be winning my battle the way that I am. My heart goes out to anyone who’s been touched by Cancer and I can’t stress enough how important it is for you to know all the facts in order to make the best choices for your individual care.