'm finally get around to writing about my last trip to Tijuana, to the Bio Medical Center. Yes, I know that I have been very lax in my journalism, (sigh) anyway...here's the news...
What have I been doing to get a good report?
Now, I'm not talking about surrounding yourself with brainless "yes" men. I'm talking about finding people you trust who will LISTEN to your point of view and CONSIDER it in their mind and heart, and still love you even if they don't agree with it. That is what being "heard" means to me. This is why support groups are invaluable, in my opinion. If you don't get this kind of emotional support in your family and friends, then seek a support group who will give it to you. God only knows, you may even find that friend that sticks closer than a brother, or you may find another soul that you each love like your own. How wonderful is that? Very!
It is also well known that the will to live is very powerful. If you haven't read "You Don't Have To Die," by Harry Hoxsey, then I want to encourage you to read it. In fact, I think that that book should be required reading when you decide to take this treatment. Anyway, he as well as others who have helped those cure their cancer, have seen time and again how the will to live will virtually raise the dead back to life. If you just give a person the hope, the change at being well, then there are those who will take it and run with it. There are many stories of such people who were at death's door who miraculously regained their health simply because they were given a change at life where the other doctors took it away from them. Yes, the placebo effect is strong, but when actual healing medicine is coupled with that belief, then all things are possible! Conversely, he saw the health of people with a good prognosis deteriorate and then die. Sometimes due to unforeseen collateral damage from prior conventional treatments, sometimes due to the person deciding they wanted to die, for whatever reason. Even though God ultimately decides who will live and die, I don't think people realize that our vote as to whether we will live or die does have some weight. Which brings me to the spiritual side of health and well being.
I also recently had an infected root canal removed; I do believe that has something to do with my cancer. I got cancer on my left lobe of my thyroid the year after I had the root canal on my left molar done; it never did feel right. I just babied it along, because I wanted to keep my tooth. Oh well, it's gone now, and my cancerous nodule is 25% smaller. Coincidence? Maybe, but a lot of the pain and soreness in my jaw and neck have gone away as well. I also had my amalgam fillings removed. I'm not sure that helped, but it seemed like a good think to do. In any illness, especially cancer, you have to get rid of any pathogens to help your body regain homeostasis. And that is what I am doing, getting rid of physical, mental, and spiritual pathogens.
I will be going back in six months and I will be guarded just as I was this last time; I don't want to bet my hopes up too high, but I don't want to be a pessimist either. So there it is, my latest up date on my condition. If you are on this treatment plan, I hope it is going well for you. If you, or a loved one is facing cancer, then I encourage you to research and pursue this proven cure for cancer. It gives you hope for healing, where as conventional treatment gives you little hope for what they call: remission. A term that means, you have five years before they expect the cancer to return, only more virulent, and metastatic. Like Harry Hoxsey's book says, "You don't have to die."