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 Ropa
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Hi Daniel and community!

I will be 70 this year live alone and don't speak English. I use the Internet to translate trying to study your amazing Website but have realized it takes an unlimited amount of time to cover such extensive information. This is why I was prompted to start a topic, perhaps you could help me. I would like to make a treatment protocol for myself perhaps such a protocol will stop the growth and maybe even reduce the formation. I am not a smoker have not worked with asbestos. 

In 1999 they found a mass on the right side of the lung with a size of 8 mm.  In 2003  size is 1,6 cm. I had to worked to earn for my living at that time and didn't take any action to treat it, lived as usual. It was growing all the time. Since I refused a biopsy and surgery I don't have access to any conventional treatment. That's why I don't know what kind or type this egg-shaped formation is. Now the size is about 5 cm as a chicken egg. Doctors say it could be anything, for example:

1. Hamartoma
2. Adenoma
3.Teratoma of the lung
4. Schwannoma of the lung
5. Leiom yoma or Fibroma
6. Sclerotic hemangioma
7. Lipoma

My diet is mostly buckwheat grains, oats, rice, millet, rarely peas and beans, and vegetables all steamed. Raw celery, carrots, beets and fruits and berries. No sugar. Rarely fish or chicken, eggs. I gave up the keto diet it makes my small joints stiffen after a week and raises the bludpressure. The problem besides English is also because of blud hypertension I can't read the monitor for a long time.   

There is amazing amount of writing on your website that's way I would like to ask you to point me to the places on the website that I need to study first and which are additionally. But I already read some blogs here on thies site and realized (but not sure) that I have to take Fenbendazole and Ivermektin possibly Hidrogen-Gas and probably a lot of other things to do which I donT know. 

Very much appreciated for any advise - What are the most important medications I should include in the first line of treatment.

 

good luck to everyone

Ron

 

 


   
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@ropa Hi Ron, from your account this most likely benign tumor has been growing 0.17cm a year on average, maybe it is serving a purpose who knows but if it starts to cause obstructions or pain, surgery may be your best option. Your diet seems very good, there's no need for a ketogenic diet especially not if it makes you feel worse.


   
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 Ropa
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Thanks for the answer Johan, the body is encapsulating trying to isolate itself from the foreign of infection or so. If you do a puncture for biopsy the infection will spread throughout the body. I also think to heal a large wound after surgery, the body also activates growth factors (I don't know what the medical term is for that). This can provoke the growth of unwanted phenomena in the body. That's why I'm afraid of the OP.

So I'm asking for advice - how to stop the growth of tumor.
What remedies are available for this. Maybe someone has experience of using something or at least theoretical.


   
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@ropa 

other than surgery and since it's in your lungs I'd try hydrogen gas first and if that doesn't arrest growth try other options. I'd also make sure to get enough magnesium and take a few grams of bicarbonate every other day, and some vitamin C. 


   
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@ropa 

other than surgery and since it's in your lungs I'd try hydrogen gas first and if that doesn't arrest growth try other options. I'd also make sure to get enough magnesium and take a few grams of bicarbonate every other day, and some vitamin C. 

Inhibiting effects of nicotinamide on urethane-induced malformations and tumors in mice

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2966297/

 


   
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 Ropa
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I'm trying to write a response, but it's like this "..."


   
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@ropa 

there's probably a link in your text that doesn't pass the anti-spam filter, I'd try posting without the link. 


   
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 Ropa
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Thank you Johan,

- in the text of the above link it says 0.5mg/g NMN, how should I interpret this to the daily dose at my weight of 79kg?

- аnd bicarbonate is also baking soda?

- There is a link on thies website on - about - how to make liposomal vitamin C, but the link is no longer working.


   
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@ropa that would be approx 3 grams which is the higher limit for nicotinamide, I'd start at 3x500mg (500mg with each meal). Niacin can be used alternatively, and even at higher doses but if you use niacin start with lwoer doses (100mg) to get used to the flush (subsides after continues administration). With niacin, you can eventually use doses above 3 grams if necessary.

Bicarbonate is baking soda, mostly available as sodium bicarbonate, if you need to be on a low-sodium diet you can use potassium bicarbonate. Use food-grade aluminum-free baking soda.

 


   
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 Ropa
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Are Niacin (Vit B3) and NMN the same thing, or are there any significant differences?

there is so much information to cover, to translate to understand. It's very difficult. I apologize for asking so many questions.


   
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@ropa NMN usually refers to nicotinamide also called niacinamide, both are forms of vitamin B3. Niacin induces vasodilation and this is the reason for the flush if you take this form of vitamin B3. The flush causes redness in the face, upper chest, and sometimes arms, and can also cause some itching. This form of vitamin b3 could be considered the most therapeutic of the different forms of B3. But many people don't get used to the flush and for some, it's really uncomfortable, and in such cases, you'd take nicotinamide also called flush-free niacin. Nicotinamide can be toxic to the liver if taken in doses higher than 3 grams a day, niacin is not toxic to the liver at higher doses.


   
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 Ropa
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thank you Johan for nice explanation


   
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 Ropa
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I wanted to take medication for the joints Hyaluronic acid and Chondrotin sulfate, but found here on the website and realized it is better not to take them because of the risk of affecting the tumor.

But I didn't find anything about nattokinase. I need it instead of aspirin for long term use because of postcovid. I can't find any info online about whether nattokinase can pose any risk rlated tumor?


   
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 Ropa
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@daniel

Dear Daniel, I need to find an experienced surgeon in germany and don't want to advertise them here therefore I sent you e-mail. No reply. Maybe it's in spam. I thought you'd email me back. Your experience is very important.


   
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