On every page I wrote I included a Disclaimer. However, as more and more visitors are accessing this website I feel it makes sense to highlight it even more:

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disclaimerI am not a medical doctor therefore I cannot give medical advice. I am also not a registered dietician dispensing dietary advice. I have no specific training in medical or related field.

This site is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through this site and linkages to other sites, I provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this site, or through linkages to other sites, is not substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. I am not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this site.

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Most of the material present on this website represents consolidation of research or application by others in the related references.

This is just a personal opinion and understanding regarding what we have learned on this challenging road while doing what the conventional medicine could not do for us. Any comments made about nutritional supplements, drugs or any other substances approved or not approved for human use are of a general nature and not intended to provide personal advice.

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  1. Aloha Daniel,
    I am a 72 year old male, born and raised in Hawaii but have been living in Idaho with my wife for the past 5 years. I’ve been a wild land firefighter for 4 years and was in excellent health until this past fire season when I began experiencing pain primarily in my hips. Thinking that it was a injury that occurred on one of the fires, I managed the pain with prescription ibuprofen 600 mg until the end of the fire season. I went to the Veterans Administration Medical Center here in Boise and had a Xray taken. The results came back normal. They then did blood work and found that my PSA and other indicators had skyrocketed. A bone scan and CT Scan confirmed that I had prostate cancer that had metastasized to my pelvic, ribs and shoulders. I refused standard medical treatment and found alternative treatment employing the Kelley Protocol. I am doing fine with the protocol because I was already pretty much on a ketogenic diet (my wife is a health and herbal nutritionist (www.heyokamedicine.com). However I’ve found that the only medication that helps alleviate bone pain is Ibuprofen 600 mg taken every 5-6 hours. I am not happy with continuing with ibuprofen because of its effects on the liver, kidney (I only have one) and heart. I read your article about gallium maltolate and have been seeking an affordable source to purchase for oral use in order to manage my bone pain. The company that you mentioned in your article Jan 9, 2016, Nano Industries have gone out of business. Do you have any recommendations for either oral gallium maltolate or other medication that can help address my bone pain without adversely affecting my organs? Mahalo Piikalama

    1. Dear Piikalama,

      Thank you for your kind message. I will ask someone who succeded to obtain gallium maltolate and see if he has another source. I did ordered from Nano Industries and still have that at home – I would donate some to you but I live in Europe and that makes it difficult to send. Other options for bone pain could be
      – DMSO solution or gel at bout 60-70% concentration to be applied in the region of pain – you can find various sources on the web.
      – Sulfasalazine: http://arizona.openrepository.com/arizona/handle/10150/321599
      I once wrote a post on Sulfasalazine so you can find more details: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?p=995
      – Another option is here: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?p=978
      – DCA should also lead to pain reduction due to its mode of action: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?p=1007
      – Bisphosponate are another option but the side effects can be higher https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?p=1972
      – 3BP can also lead to pain reduction https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?p=47
      Most of those above also have anti cancer action, besides the potential in pain reduction.

      I hope this helps and if you have questions please let me know.

      Kind regards,

  2. Hello Daniel. I really appreciate all the work and research you have done for the cancer patients out in the world . My wife was diagnosed with neuro endocrine lesions on her LIVER and I wanted to know what treatments do you recommend for her cancer. She has been taking a SANDOSTATIN injection once a month for the past 6 years but recently her CHROMAGRANIN levels spiked and the DOCTOR says she needs to try another treatment. He is recommending LUTATHERA. We live in MIAMI FLORIDA. Would appreciate any feedback you have.. Thanks again

    1. Dear Peter,

      I am sorry to hear about these challenges and hope that you will find a solution. I was contacted a few days ago by another man to help with similar challenges and your request extra motivates me to look back into the treatment options and update my view on it. I will do this as soon as possible during the coming week, and after that I will respond.

      Kind regards,

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