Help! Triple Neg BC moved to both lungs... running out of air
My wife is at less than 50% lung capacity and does not want to do chemo again -- or immunotherapy yet.
We started with daily 3.5g Cesium+DMSO (Topical), Potassium,mebendozole,Selenium,zinc, Urolithin A, LD Naltrexone,Beta Glucan 500 and colostrum. Recently added a brown's gas machine
After 12 days, her breathing capacity has been going up (28%) but her oxygen levels have not improved and her stamina has decreased. She can't walk very without having to catch her breath. She initially had sweats at night. Her cough has become more frequent. She is doing frequent coffee enimas to help detox.
Is this die off of cancer cells -- in other words she is getting worse before better -- or is this the cancer advancing? If the cancer was advancing, would her lung capacity increase?
Today, we took the day off Cesium and when with Cimetidine, Omeprazole, Bio-Quercetin, Ibuprofen, Selenium,zinc, Urolithin A, LD Naltrexone,Beta Glucan 500 and colostrum. At 500 mg 3xday, I think we are taking enough quercetin to chelater her copper too.
So today she had much more energy, but no stamina improvement. Her breath test was the highest but oxygen is between 92 and 95.
What is going on?
Also, is this the best protocol? Should she be on Febendazole and Grisiofulvin?
Also there is this protocol of Resveratrol, prednisone and Febendazole from this study.
Would appreciate your input!
PS. Daniel you are my hero!
Today, we will go with 1/2 the Cesium protocol, plus the quercetin (500 mg 3 times/day) omeprazole 20mg x3, 2 ibuprofen 3 times/day and uroithin-A 500 mg 3 x times/day
Colostrum for the gut and beta glucagon with it.
Praying that this will be a powerful PH strategy from all angles and the quercetin will be a copper chelator as well...as I have read on this site!
Would love to hear feedback! I'm practicing without a license!
We were at 3.5 cesium and a tablespoon of DMSO (topical)... but it is too much for my wife... her liver test was not good and taking potassium has caused reactions.
She can't move to griseofulvin because of her decreased liver function.
We will go with the study noted in the first post with Revrestrol.