First off, I’d like to say how much I admire your innovation in not only finding a cure for this disease, but also for finding an unconventional way of linking so many types of people together into a community.
I’d like to offer some advice on an alternative treatment.
I do not have cancer…yet. When I was 16, I was told that I have abnormal cells on my cervix which have started forming patterns that indicate cancer. I routinely had to frequent the hospital for monitoring and diagnosis. I was lucky then, because over time these cancer cells resolved themselves. This past year, some test results had come back stating that I’m in the red zone once again for cervical cancer. After my biopsies, I was told that I need to have a surgical procerdure; if i didn’t, I will have cancer in the next year or so.
Unfortunately, cancer is rampant in my family and I have lost loved ones. This year I learned about something called amygdalin (referenced in its synthetic form as leatrile or b17). I have a few family friends that are at different stages of cancer and using this method, successfully. I began my research on this alternative therapy. I read up on the topic so that I could make an informed decision and even spoke online to some people who have been cured for many years because of this therapy. These dried apricot seeds (found at health food stores) have been used to cure cancer – and successfully at that. I was hesitant at first because they contain cyanide, but the more I learned, the more this all made sense. The amygdalin compound found in apricot kernels is made up of 4 compounds – cyanide, benzaldyhide and 2 glucose (sugar) compounds. Cancer cells thrive by fermenting glucose. When amygdalin is ingested, this compound is absorbed by the cancer cells (because of the attached glucose) and the cyanide and benzaldyhide kill the cancer cell.
I began taking these seeds about 3 months ago. They taste absolutely horrid, so I grind them up in a coffee grinder and mix it with some apple juice daily. I feel great and have not had any side effects. I recently had my blood taken to test all my levels, and everything is normal. I have set up an appointment for another biopsy in the new year. I am anxious to see if there have been any changes.
I strongly recommend you looking into this method. Read about it, do your own research and make an informed choice.
I wish you all the best on your journey!