Monthly Archives: February 2013

Qigong

Yesterday had my fourth qigong session with a chinese qigong master. The fact that this is my fourth, despite it not being cheap, says something, but I’ll start at the begining. A friend of my father’s told him about an … Continue reading

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Pushing The Envelope

Had an appointment today with my oncologist at Peter Mac. He’s not too bad, in fact the best of all the traditional oncologists I saw or consulted with to date, though he still tends to suffer from the same problem … Continue reading

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CTC Results from RGCC

I finally got my CTC (Circulating Tumour Cell) test results back from Greece. The test extracts circulating tumour cell from a blood sample. The cells are multiplied in a culture medium and once there are enough, a range of tests … Continue reading

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FOLFIRI Cycle 3 (22 Feb 2013)

My low grade fever continues. Every evening my temperature is elevated, between 37.2 to 37.5 degrees Celsius. Still struggling with a gum infection, which may be its cause, but I feel that this not likely. Seeing a Dentist early next … Continue reading

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Alpha Lipoic Acid & Naltrexone

Another day, another treatment to add to my ongoing battle with colorectal cancer. Having tolerated high dose Vitamin C, its time to up the ante with Alpha Lipoic Acid IV in combination with Low dose Naltrexone. Naltrexone Naltrexone is a … Continue reading

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IV C Max Dose

I had my 6th high dose vitamin C IV today. The dose was gradually increased over the last two weeks and I have finally reached my maximum dose of 90g. This translates to roughly 1.5g per kilogram of body weight. … Continue reading

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Strike 2

When I first discovered Devascularization as a potential cure I was very sceptical. It failed the only clinical trial and for me that was evidence enough and I moved on. It was not until later, when I came across laser … Continue reading

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Tumour Devascularization

Devascularization, also know as Devitalization was a promising cancer treatment practiced in the Czech Republic, but is now illegal. Despite this fact, the procedure is becoming the standard form of treatment for cancer in veterinary medicine in the Czech Republic, … Continue reading

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Hard Decisions

This week I made one of the hardest decisions I ever had to make. One of those potential life or death choices. Chemotherapy is what is currently keeping me alive, but its a double edged sword. The longer you are … Continue reading

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Phospholipid PNAE

PNAE (plasmanyl-N-acyl-etanolamine or 1-0-alkyl-2-acyl-sn-glycero-3-phospho-(N-acyl) ethanolamine) is another potential supplement which may aid in the fight agains solid tumour cancers like adenocarcinoma. PNAE activity is based on the differences in metabolism of ether phospholipids in healthy and cancerous cells. Healthy cells … Continue reading

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