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Please help, my dad has a tumour.

Ada

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Hi all, I'm reaching out to you for help and advice. I appreciate any insightful input.

My dad has recently developed a tumor in his bladder. This has caused his bladder wall to thicken to 11mm, with what is called 'associated restricted diffusion' as well as 'perivesical stranding' according to his test results. Essentially his bladder wall is thick and hard, likely with scar tissue, which is stopping it from being able to stretch and hold urine.

Because of this for the last 4 or so months he has had to urinate every 10-15 minutes. This has affected his sleep greatly, because he is up to pee every 15 minutes. He is terribly tired all the time because he can't sleep longer than 30 minutes. He is essentially taking many micro naps throughout the day and night.

He is still awaiting further test results for surgical options, the doctors suggested to remove his bladder and replace it with parts of his small intestine.

He is currently fasting extended periods, juicing vegetables, and taking MMS (chlorine dioxide). Oh and Wim Hoff breathing.

We want to thin his bladder wall back to its original size, reduce the inflammation and try dissolve any scar tissue. I believe and hope DMSO alone or DMSO + MMS should help with this, we have ordered some DMSO online but it won't deliver for a couple weeks.

So I reach out to you guys, does anyone here have experience or knowledge of something that can help remove inflammation and scarring of bladder tissue?
Essentially for the time being, we have MMS on hand, will have DMSO within a couple weeks, and dad is fasting and Wim Hoff breathing.
 

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Hi all, I'm reaching out to you for help and advice. I appreciate any insightful input.

My dad has recently developed a tumor in his bladder. This has caused his bladder wall to thicken to 11mm, with what is called 'associated restricted diffusion' as well as 'perivesical stranding' according to his test results. Essentially his bladder wall is thick and hard, likely with scar tissue, which is stopping it from being able to stretch and hold urine.

Because of this for the last 4 or so months he has had to urinate every 10-15 minutes. This has affected his sleep greatly, because he is up to pee every 15 minutes. He is terribly tired all the time because he can't sleep longer than 30 minutes. He is essentially taking many micro naps throughout the day and night.

He is still awaiting further test results for surgical options, the doctors suggested to remove his bladder and replace it with parts of his small intestine.

He is currently fasting extended periods, juicing vegetables, and taking MMS (chlorine dioxide). Oh and Wim Hoff breathing.

We want to thin his bladder wall back to its original size, reduce the inflammation and try dissolve any scar tissue. I believe and hope DMSO alone or DMSO + MMS should help with this, we have ordered some DMSO online but it won't deliver for a couple weeks.

So I reach out to you guys, does anyone here have experience or knowledge of something that can help remove inflammation and scarring of bladder tissue?
Essentially for the time being, we have MMS on hand, will have DMSO within a couple weeks, and dad is fasting and Wim Hoff breathing.
not sure fasting is the way to go.

Read this My first scientific study: Anti-cancer effects of CortiNon+ – To Extract Knowledge from Matter
look into vitamin D and thiamin (there should be posts on the forum on these in the context of cancer, likely from haidut)
 

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There's interesting results with ip6/inositol for cancer in general. I'd say whatever path you choose, most chemicals will end up in the bladder so there's more chance of getting the chemicals to the tumor site.

Maitake D-fraction is always a good addition to any cancer protocol

Just be careful with mms, as antioxidants will reduce it and block its effictiveness. I'm unsure if ip6/inositol falls in that category.

Maybe look into the universal antidote telegram group for more target help
 

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Thanks a lot for your responses Elie and Thalgo. I appreciate it.

I will purchase some CortiNon+ and Maitake D-fraction for my dad. I have told him about the antioxidants deactivating MMS, I believe he is taking the MMS1 each hour during night time, but drinking some juice and eating small amounts of food during the day.

I have some activated charcoal on hand too, and there are some studies that show it is a successful carrier for anti-cancer drugs during treatment. This makes me wonder if it would be beneficial for him to drink a glass of that down with a tablet of MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite).
 

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A retrospective study conducted in Taiwan indiacates that the use of Cyproheptadine for more than 3 months has a significant effect on bladder cancer.
 

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Methylene blue may help. Antiviral antibacterial and probably some benefits towards tumors/cancer. It's used in urinary tract infections because when you take it, you pee blue which means it gets into the bladder.

Are you doing topical mms or cds or is that what the dmso is for? You can do topical without dmso while you wait for it to arrive.

As for cancer diets I recommend Gerson Diet.

C60 has strong antitumor properties.

Bicarbonates 2-3x a day. Check Dr. Marcus Sircus (he's now also really into CDS/MMS)

Using a violet ray over the area.

Using a rife machine over the area.

Niacin 2-3x a day (start low dose 50-200mg to acclimate to the flush then work your way up to 1g or more)
 

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Hi Ada,

I hope that your dad has fibrosis and it's not a tumor. That said, the fibrous wall is thick and may have taken long to develop without getting detected.

The first thing I would suspect is hormonal imbalance, and that his progesterone was low. In a recent newsletter, Ray has discussed the role of progesterone in assisting in the production of histidine, which limits the availability of iron, and this keeps pathogenic bacteria from developing. The response of the body to pathogens, while necessary, leads to inflammation, and over time, the imbalances such as acidity in the foci could cause calcifiaction to develop, and the resulting lack of proper tissue oxygenation can cause fibrosis to develop.

Since Ray talks about using progesterone for about almost anything, I have gotten tired of hearing the use of progesterone, but in this instance I think it is appropriate. While a cat's cystitis issue is not exactly the same as your dad's thick bladder, I still would offer my cat's quick recovery from her cystitis issues as proof that it works. My female cat is spayed, and her progesterone production I would assume to be low. And when I noticed her begin her difficulty in urinating, I quickly initially used a homeopathic remedy followed by progesterone and that resolved her issue. I stopped the homeopathic but followed up with continuing progesterone until I backslid and stopped. But when I resumed progesterone on her, she would at most in 3 days go back to her regular activities and urinating as a healthy cat would. So that's that regarding progesterone.

Since I suspect a bacterial element to this, I also recommend your dad taking lactoferrin.

I don't have an idea about dosage levels though, so someone else may chime in on that. I think that with these two, you are starting to address a root cause already, although the fibrosis is another thing to deal with.

Even if you're not sure that cancer is involved, I would recommend trying out using both urea and creatine monohydrate, starting at an initial dose of 14g urea and 21g daily. There's a thread on that. I would give you that but if you can search it, that would allow me to keep my trend of thought and continue on. The use of this combo was written about by Dr. Danoupolos, and I've recently used this combo even though I have no cancer, just that I thought it could help but the jury is out on it on my issue as I only used it for a short time. Just the same, I consider it safe even if it doesn't work.

Another substance to use is baking soda. You'll have to measure his urine and saliva pH, and his breathing rate to get a good measure of his acid and base balance. I have discussed how to go about this in previous posts, and again, you would have to search for it. The quality of metabolism, the existence of low-grade (no fever symptoms) infections, the intake of pharma drugs and even some supplements, and the combination of foods taken - all impact one's acid base balance. Poor acid base balance where the body is always in a catch up mode, usually on the acidic side, puts the body in a state of chronic stress, and over time the body's constant need to adapt to stress leads to more disease. In this case, the fibrosis and the attendant problems that go with it.

I think that those ideas are good to begin with. I hesitate to offer more ideas because I'm not one to give a boatload of things to do as I'm a believer of less is more, and there's a law of diminishing returns also at play. Sometimes without us knowing what we should, additional inputs become antagonistic to each other and does more harm than good.

I hope this helps.
 

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There's interesting results with ip6/inositol for cancer in general. I'd say whatever path you choose, most chemicals will end up in the bladder so there's more chance of getting the chemicals to the tumor site.

Maitake D-fraction is always a good addition to any cancer protocol

Just be careful with mms, as antioxidants will reduce it and block its effictiveness. I'm unsure if ip6/inositol falls in that category.

Maybe look into the universal antidote telegram group for more target help
I am very curious about IP6. I know it can bind iron and wonder if that may decrease free radical activity and improve redox state (improve the outcome of energy metabolism).
 

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A retrospective study conducted in Taiwan indiacates that the use of Cyproheptadine for more than 3 months has a significant effect on bladder cancer.
This reminded me of this Cyproheptadine (12mg daily) cures patient’s metastatic liver cancer in just 2 weeks – To Extract Knowledge from Matter
 

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Hydrogen, ozone and CO2. Pretty sure you can cure everything and anything with these 3 gases in combination.
 

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My mom passed away January 2013 and left us three brothers with a difficult estate. My elder brother was greatly affected, he feared of loosing his apartment which was on the same property. Almost a year later, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I am familiar with the 'New German Medicine' by the late Dr. Geerd Ryke Hamer, Germany. In his book, I looked under bladder cancer, and the emotional conflict listed was: house, inheritance! It hit the nail on the head. I talked to my brother about it, and even before my mom's passing he had recurring nightmares of the estate being in flames or burglars trying to break in. He even said: 'I rather die than loosing my apartment!' He underwent an experimental cancer treatment but that didn't work. Then he decided to have a neo-bladder surgery. He was overweight and not in great physical health, he should not have undergone this operation. It lasted 11 hours, he suffered from a lung embolism, his heart set out for 7 minutes and he went into a 2-month long coma (probably due to one or more blood transfusions, which cause clogging and that was the cause of death of my mom, see my posts on the Zeta Potential). When he woke up, he showed signs of severe strokes: he couldn't speak and could only move his head, eyes, and mouth. Then he suffered another stroke and passed away. He sat in an emotional trap and I could not get him out of it, it was really sad and hard for everyone of us.

According to Dr. Hamer, cancer are 'survival programs' that are triggered by a traumatic experience. The cancer is produced via the nervous system, these are old survival programs that we inherited from the animal kingdom. The cancer is supposed to only be a temporary action to help the 'animal' through a difficult phase and increase the chance of survival. Regarding the bladder cancer, it has to do with a territorial conflict. In the animal world, an animal marks its territory with its urine. If an intruder tries to invade the territory of this animal, then the trauma triggers the growth of tumors in the bladder, shrinking its volume, so that the animal has to urinate more frequently, marking its territory more often. Dr. Hamer could even locate lesions in the brain, where the traumatic event hit. So the location of the lesion in the brain (and its connection to the affected organ), the location of the cancer, and the type of trauma always coincide.

Edit:
The way that the body creates the cancer is maybe via the 'Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer', where a trophoblast is the cancer-like growth of tissue that attaches the fertilized egg to the uterus. Then on the 57-th (?) day of pregnancy, the pancreas of the mother excretes the chymotrypsin, an enzyme that stops the trophoblast and digests it. If the pancreas fails to produce this enzyme, then the mother will die within a couple (?) of weeks from the unstoppable 'cancerous' growth of the trophoblast.

So while Dr. Hamer showed the connection between trauma and cancer, the biological process is probably close to this other theory. One can therefore interfere with this cancer in two ways: 1) resolve the conflict and 2) supplement with an enzyme product that includes chymotrypsin (e.g., Wobenzym N).

I looked whether MMS (chlorine dioxide) can help with bladder cancer and found this:

 
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My mom passed away January 2013 and left us three brothers with a difficult estate. My elder brother was greatly affected, he feared of loosing his apartment which was on the same property. Almost a year later, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I am familiar with the 'New German Medicine' by the late Dr. Geerd Ryke Hamer, Germany. In his book, I looked under bladder cancer, and the emotional conflict listed was: house, inheritance! It hit the nail on the head. I talked to my brother about it, and even before my mom's passing he had recurring nightmares of the estate being in flames or burglars trying to break in. He even said: 'I rather die than loosing my apartment!' He underwent an experimental cancer treatment but that didn't work. Then he decided to have a neo-bladder surgery. He was overweight and not in great physical health, he should not have undergone this operation. It lasted 11 hours, he suffered from a lung embolism, his heart set out for 7 minutes and he went into a 2-month long coma (probably due to one or more blood transfusions, which cause clogging and that was the cause of death of my mom, see my posts on the Zeta Potential). When he woke up, he showed signs of severe strokes: he couldn't speak and could only move his head, eyes, and mouth. Then he suffered another stroke and passed away. He sat in an emotional trap and I could not get him out of it, it was really sad and hard for everyone of us.

According to Dr. Hamer, cancer are 'survival programs' that are triggered by a traumatic experience. The cancer is produced via the nervous system, these are old survival programs that we inherited from the animal kingdom. The cancer is supposed to only be a temporary action to help the 'animal' through a difficult phase and increase the chance of survival. Regarding the bladder cancer, it has to do with a territorial conflict. In the animal world, an animal marks its territory with its urine. If an intruder tries to invade the territory of this animal, then the trauma triggers the growth of tumors in the bladder, shrinking its volume, so that the animal has to urinate more frequently, marking its territory more often. Dr. Hamer could even locate lesions in the brain, where the traumatic event hit. So the location of the lesion in the brain (and its connection to the affected organ), the location of the cancer, and the type of trauma always coincide.

Edit:
The way that the body creates the cancer is maybe via the 'Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer', where a trophoblast is the cancer-like growth of tissue that attaches the fertilized egg to the uterus. Then on the 57-th (?) day of pregnancy, the pancreas of the mother excretes the chymotrypsin, an enzyme that stops the trophoblast and digests it. If the pancreas fails to produce this enzyme, then the mother will die within a couple (?) of weeks from the unstoppable 'cancerous' growth of the trophoblast.

So while Dr. Hamer showed the connection between trauma and cancer, the biological process is probably close to this other theory. One can therefore interfere with this cancer in two ways: 1) resolve the conflict and 2) supplement with an enzyme product that includes chymotrypsin (e.g., Wobenzym N).

I looked whether MMS (chlorine dioxide) can help with bladder cancer and found this:

Great post. I find this very interesting and it fits in with my thoughts that by releasing trauma is the secret to overcoming disease.
 

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