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Daniel
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It requires some extra research to see if it is true but here is a paper reporting positive results in brain c patients after a special herbal medicine treatment https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5809810/

Note that the authors are from a company in Bosnia And Herzegovina. The corresponding author is Dragan Trogrlić. The company facebook is https://www.facebook.com/DREN-DOO-Zepce-1586835764689661/ and his facebook is: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id%3D100008008818475&source=gmail&ust=1568049882588000&usg=AFQjCNEFhJH1Pjg3ACRwQWgjKS9kW_MwW g"> https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008008818475

Given that there is a company behind these claims, we need to be careful, but the plants used and the results are interesting.


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Manuone
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Thanks Daniel for the contribution!
I already knew the study but as you say there is a company behind and we must be cautious.
I hope in a short time to update the treatment in the forum, this time with MHNK on our side 😉
I am cautious at the moment in giving more data...

Thanks for everything

Kind regards


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Jcancom
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Manuone, have you now received possession of mt-HK? This could be of considerable benefit.

Best wishes, J


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Manuone
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@jcancom

Yes J! The product is finished! I'm going to encapsulate it in 10 mg ....
I don't want to pronounce myself on this subject publicly to avoid problems 🙂


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Jcancom
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Manuone, I am so happy for you! Best wishes, J


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johan
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@manuone

congrats, Manuel, fantastic job! 


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Manuone
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@johan

 

Thanks Johan!

This would not be possible without the help of the group.

I will use "the molecule in question" alone to evaluate possible benefits / side effects .....
Later I will combine with metabolic inhibitors that we use. In a study provided by Jcancom, "this new formulation" was very synergistic at 2 dg.
To the cocktail that I have already published several times I think I will add melatonin 20mg, diclofenac, I will change sinvastatin to pitavastatin and I am carefully studying the strategy of Harguindey and Daniel's ph.

Kind regards


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johan
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Hi Manuel, I also feel Melatonin could be a great addition to the cocktail. The latest research continues to support the benefit in GBM. We chose 15mg for my father-in-law. If I recall well it's because of Ben Williams who also took 15mg.

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here's another recent study on the body's internal clock and cancer(of the liver) suppression:

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/11/181108091241.htm

 

very interesting stuff!


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Daniel
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@johan

Very interesting indeed Johan!

It's like cancer cells forgot to check the time and go to sleep. Sound's like manipulation of the circadian clock is one solution to control ageing. 


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johan
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yes, so the pineal gland and endocannabinoid system seem to be involved in curing some cancers. Maybe that's why cannabis sometimes appears to be enough to help cancer cells to "got to sleep"? 

 


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Almo
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¿Anyone from spain so we can chat about glioblastoma cocktail? Thanks!


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johan
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@almo

Hi Almo,  @manuone  is from Spain, and his very knowledgeable about gliosarcoma/gbm,  he posted a few days ago and said he'd have a really busy week this week so it might take a while for him to get back to you. 

Meanwhile, you might want to use the search option on this site. Also, here's a case report about a glioblastoma survivor  I shared here: https://anticancersupplements.blogspot.com/p/glioblastoma-survival.html

Regards,

Johan


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Almo
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@johan Thank you! I will read that case report and wait for manuone reply.

 

Regards

 


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magl5
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Hi Almo and Manuel (@almo and @manuone)

I was wondering if I would be able to get in touch with you about your experiences/ approaches to GBM? A family member has recently been diagnosed and we are trying to get to grips with all the information about approaches - there is a lot to take in. Thank you very much Daniel and all for such a fantastic resource!

Warm wishes,

Maggy 


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Manuone
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Hi @magl5

Yes, of course!. You can search for my posts in the forum or you can even ask Daniel for my email

This post was modified 10 months ago 2 times by Daniel

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Posted by: @daniel

It requires some extra research to see if it is true but here is a paper reporting positive results in brain c patients after a special herbal medicine treatment https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5809810/

Note that the authors are from a company in Bosnia And Herzegovina. The corresponding author is Dragan Trogrlić. The company facebook is https://www.facebook.com/DREN-DOO-Zepce-1586835764689661/ and his facebook is: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id%3D100008008818475&source=gmail&ust=1568049882588000&usg=AFQjCNEFhJH1Pjg3ACRwQWgjKS9kW_MwW g"> https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008008818475

Given that there is a company behind these claims, we need to be careful, but the plants used and the results are interesting.

I am wondering if someone have begun to apply the Bosnian Phytotherapy. Since September 2020 I did prepare daily tea bags with 1.5 g each, 5 times per day for my wife. She has got a debulking in late of 2019 for an AA and a menigioma, at Cluj Napoca Neurosurgery Clinic. Due to the fact that she was not able to perform the adjuvant Temodar but only concommitent  chemo-radiotherapy we opted for a Phytotherapy of Salvation program, meaning we use tea no. 1 twice per day. 


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mick65
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We applied for PTS, since November 2020. My wife has unmethylated glioblastoma, surgery, chemo plus radiation therapy, 6 months chemo, then only with PTS. A small spot appeared at the operation site. One question, how are the medical tests?

From Bucharest ,we wish you HEALTH!


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gazamare
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@mick65 Did you procure the teas from Bosnia or locally? What you have to do with new spot which appeared? 


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savemywife
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Hi Daniel,

First let me congratulate you for your initiative to run this forum, for sharing your story and especially for trying to help others benefit from your research through your platform. Your wife would be very proud of you.

I can imagine you heard a lot of sad stories, I’m sorry I have to share one more with you and the members of this forum.

My wife has a low-grade brain tumour (Diffuse Astrocytoma) on her left frontal lobe which she discovered "by mistake" at a basic check-in 2008 when she’s done an MRI. The tumor had at that time a diameter of 1.5 cm and because she had no symptoms as all, she’s tried to avoid surgery and she’s chosen alternative treatments, following a strict diet and keeping a balance in everything she’s done. She’s cut meat completely in 2008, but still eating eggs and cheese until the end of 2020 when another misfortune happened: her brother passed away from the same disease, brain tumor (Diffuse Astrocytoma) 😕

Her brother found out about his tumor in 2013 when he suffered a seizure which ended up with an MRI showing his tumor already 5.5 cm. His tumor was located in an area where surgery would have left him with serious mobility issues, so he decided to try alternative methods. Unfortunately, none of the methods worked and he passed away after 7 years when his tumor reached over 9 cm. This is when we’ve decided to do another MRI for my wife (Jan 2021), which has shown that her tumor kept growing as well and reached 4 cm.

As per the recent statistics (2019), Diffuse Astrocytoma has an incidence of only 0.1 per 100,000 people, reason why we were wondering what could have triggered such disease at two brothers, especially as there was no history of cancer or similar diseases within their last 4 generations. We also wanted to clarify the risk for our children to develop such disease and find some more reasons to support a clinical diagnosis, so we’ve decided to send a blood sample to an US Clinique and run a diagnostic test for a personal and family history of the disease. They performed sequence analysis and deletion/duplication testing of 84 genes associated with genetic disorders and the results came negative, they were not able to identify any pathogenic variants known to cause disease.

Since January 2021 she’s been following a vegan-strict diet (no sugar and gluten) taking some herbal tinctures, essential oils, detox program (clay, herbal, colonic and hyperbaric oxygen), apitherapy, juicing plus homoeopath medication for lymph, liver, brain (7M), Iodine prescribed by a naturopath doctor.

“Luckily” my wife’s tumour is located in an operable area, and she has no symptoms at all (yet), however the side effects of surgery together with the possibility of recurrence are still pushing us towards alternative treatments – this is how I found about your forum and other people who believe that allopathic medicine has his limits.

Despite all cutting edge technology nowadays, there is still a real challenge for modern medicine to cure brain tumours, however, I’m sure there are people out there who know more than my wife and myself, especially as alternative medicine is such a vast territory with unknown/unexplored avenues.

Thank you and your members for reading my story.

P.S. I’ve just purchased Dragan Trogrlić tea treatment from DREN DOO, I’ll keep you posted with the results.


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Daniel
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Dear @savemywife 

Thank you so much for your very kind message and for sharing your story.

I so much understand what you are going through. This life is full of challenges, even more at this point with all the COVID related issues around the world. We just have to take the best of life, while planning things and acting ahead, in order to try reducing the chance for more challenges. On this line and in this case, I think it is very important to focus on anti-inflammatory supplements and drugs. Boswellia would be one on top of my list here. 

Besides the anti-inflammatory aspects, I believe that cancer in general has an infectious aspect that is the trigger, and that seems to develop in favorable environment that may be defined by lifestyle but also by genetic weaknesses to the specific infectious trigger. I discussed multiple times in this Blog and Forum about this pattern that has emerged during my years of research and discussion with cancer patients around the world. This is why, moving forward and trying to prevent recurrence, I would consider doing some cycles with various supplements and drugs that have anti-viral and antiparasitic activity. We have discussed multiple of such elements on this website, including e.g. Silver solution, Mebendazole, Artemisia Annua, Sulforaphane, etc.

Thank you again, and have a nice weekend!

Kind regards,
Daniel

 


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