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One can see/read many testimonies online from folks who at one stage of their life been termed 'inoperable'. Thus far my approach to dealing with my diagnosis has been highly individual; I do not recommend it. Much to my wife's annoyance I often confess that there is part of my mindset which finds me accepting that I am on the way to crossing over from this side of being to the other side.
MMS1 was the beginning for me, to which I added MMS2 pills as part of my protocol; and after a while I added DMSO. I regard these three as the undisputed 'cancer destroyers' in my arsenal. I will try to post some more over the next two weeks now that I will return to heavily relying on them.
It is arguable that I have the luxury to spout such glib nonsense at this time because I am not in any pain, nor have I been told that my cancer has become inoperable. Truly, I cannot really imagine what it might be like to be in this position, and so from this side of that possibility I extend good wishes & brotherhood to everyone who may pass this way.
nzmaori2017 wrote: How are u getting on soloman? could you give me your number if you have any chance? Cheers would love to hear from you. Duane
Hi nzmaori2017 thanks for passing by. I reckon that the cynical reader will find it somewhat farfetched to read me write that it was without any prior knowledge that a question was being asked of me that I was planning to log on and provide an update. So here goes ....
Well, I am still here on this side of being. Since my last post I have been as consistent as I can be with my health recovery efforts. This week has seen me re-incorporate daily MMS into my regime which still comprises al the other stuff I have alluded to earlier.
About six weeks ago l decided to re-visit my doctor to announce that having tried various alternative methods of dealing with poorly differentiated squamous cell carcinoma in my left tonsil that had progressed to a lump in my neck, I was now ready to fully embrace whatever medical interventions were deemed appropriate/still viable for me six months after I had declined their offer of a six week course of Chemo/ Radiation therapies!
Having had my PET/CT scan early in August it has been a bit of an anxious wait for results and/or some indication of what the medical profession now makes of my case having last seen me at the end of March, by which time I had already received the sobering news that 'without treatment my tenure on this side of existence was reckoned at around six months'
Yeah, I dare you to count out the months out on your fingers ! Peace to all who pass this way having been given a similar prognosis. I have chosen to live this way and loved every moment of it. So it is with a lot of love and joy that hail the known and/or unknown knowns with an attitude of immense gratitude. Que sera sera as I chose to live this life my way!
Today, I finally received an invitation from the hospital to see a couple of therapists who are to advise me on diet, rehabilitative exercises and the like, appropriate for someone scheduled to undergo radiation therapy in the mouth/neck area. So, with no cure expected or implied, it appears that I am 'still treatable'.
I had been this way before earlier in the year so am on the lookout to be invited to attend hospital to sign various bits of paper 'releasing the physicians from responsibility in the event that the treatments do not work'; and to attend for measurements to be taken from which a custom-built mask will be made; and to sign in acceptance of whatever drugs they determine as being best suited to my case.
I approach these upcoming events with my will to linger a wee bit longer on this side of being burning even brighter! I have experienced a lot of great life in the intervening period, and my trepidation regarding the various poisons that I will be administered is no longer filled wth dread.
Having said all of that you can see that I remain most assuredly
Having re-opened the conventional medical avenue to dealing with my cancer it is reasonable to imagine that questions will abound about how it is that I assess the time I've spent engaged with MMS and my assorted alternative therapies.
Since I had my diagnosis back in January everything that I've done has been guided by a desire for knowledge and a sense of calm that has never been akin to what I term meekly surrendering to a fate worse than death itself; nor have I submitted blindly to what others say I ought to do. So in hindsight being informed that a certain part of my body was undergoing the 'cancer process' was sobering but not immobilising.
It has been 2 months & 22 days since my last post, and if as is said "a week is a long time in politics" then for someone with a cancer diagnosis the passage of 83 days can appear an aeon.
September - Much to my relief the scans all indicated that the cancer had confined itself to the areas previously identified earlier in the year. As was plainly evident to the eyes they also confirmed that the tumour had increased in size, and much to my alarm by August the swelling just behind my earlobe had increased to the point where the skin was stretched to bursting point. By the time I started my first course of chemotherapy (4 x 24 continuous hours) early in the month the area needed to have a dressing applied as it had developed a small opening. Happily it was not infected! This was the first session of 'induction chemotherapy' and as for my experience, and to all appearances, I would say that it all passed most unremarkably. Yes, I experienced a bit of nausea on the first morning back to work (the day after discharge) but by the time I was making my homeward journey it had all gone.
October - This second session of induction chemotherapy was delayed by slightly 'off' feedback on my liver function from a blood test. But when I retook the test a week later all was well. So I commenced a second session of induction chemotherapy of the same duration as in September. Again I can say that it all went off with nothing alarming to report.
November - The plan is that I have another set of blood tests and commence a seven week course of Radiotherapy daily, except at weekends. I will also have two sessions of Chemotherapy, but exactly when and the precise duration of each treatment I am unsure about. Given that the Radiotherapy is going to be targeted at a soft-tissue area of my body, the medical team has been at pains to make me aware of the sort of inconvenience, pain and impact that I am likely to experience. So I know that there are challenges ahead.
As I live through this experience I see any research I engage in as the pursuit of information and an awareness of possibilities but not an exercise which ought to culminate in me alarming or scaring myself. I also try to refrain from jumping to conclusions about what is likely to happen in any individual case. By heck! for all I know these word I am writing on this website could amount to naught more than a long-winded commentary on the impending termination, of my existence on this side of being. Therefore, the most important thing for me is to do all that I can to increase and express how contented I am with the quality of life I have.
As for MMS, I have not taken any since August nor do I intend to till some time after my conventional treatment has ended.
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