Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dry Fast Journal

Today I started on my dry fasting exeriment. My aim is to go 240 hours, or 10 days, without food or water. I should reach a state of ketosis in about 2 days, and with any luck I’ll starve my … Continue reading

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CEA

Everyone with colorectal cancer is aware of CEA, short for Carcinoembryonic Antigen and watches their levels very closely. However, not many seem to know what CEA actually is, what it does and why its important. Here is my take on … Continue reading

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Coffee Enemas

Apparently coffee enemas are all the rage these days, so it was time that I too got onto the bandwagon. (I am going to spare you the details and if you need detailed instruction, just google them.) Had my third … Continue reading

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Murray McNab (-14/3/2013)

Two days ago I learned that Murray McNab lost his fight with colorectal cancer. I did not know Murray very well and we only exchanged a couple of emails, however his Journey struck a chord with me and I have … Continue reading

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Dry Fasting

The qigong master that I have been seeing for the last few months has recommended that I go on a ten day dry fast. That’s ten days without food or water. At first glance it sounds insane as it is … Continue reading

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Tetrathiomolybdate

It took a while, but my Tetrathiomolybdate order arrived today. TTM is a powerful copper chelator and because I have high copper levels and the fact that copper is crucial to angiogenesis, its time to get as much copper out … Continue reading

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FOLFIRI Cycle 4 (1 Mar 2013)

This cycle of FOLFIRI was the worst and best at the same time. During the first week, the level of nausea hit an all time high, and It took a great deal of control to fight the urge to vomit. … Continue reading

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Liver Transplant

There is a study on liver transplants with some very encouraging 5 year survival figures. The problem is that in Australia at least, this is considered high risk and metastatic cancer (other than primary liver cancer) will not qualify for … Continue reading

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CT Scan Strike 2

Got a CT scan today and the results are in. Seems like my little mutants are a stubborn lot. Just like FOLFOX, 4 rounds of FOLFIRI also failed to reduce my tumour load. This is strike 2. Most liver mets … Continue reading

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Copper Chelation

I have been looking into Copper and its know mutagenic properties. Several studies have linked cancer with high Copper levels. Research also shows that the copper transport plays a role in MDR, multi drug resistant cancers and can lower the … Continue reading

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