Treatment Plan

20130726-120611.jpgDr. Kopic, the resident Hallwang oncologist worked out a treatment plan for me for the next month. It is as follows:

Hallwang Treatment Plan

Xeloda 500mg 3x daily
Avastin 15mg/m2
Mitomycin 1x per month, 48hr pump
Mg + Inzolen IV 2x per week
DCA IV 1000mg 10 days on/10 days off
Vitamin C IV 15g 3x per week
Selenase IV 2mg weekly
Tationil 2.4g IV monday to friday
Acetylcysteine IV moday to friday
Hepa Merz IV monday to friday
Sodium Bucarbonate IV 3x per week
Alphalipogamma 600mg IV monday to friday
Lektinol injection, 2x per week
Galactose weekly
MPA 250mg in the morning
Xarelto 10mg in the morning
Vitamin D 20000IU once per week
Q10 daily
Genistein 80mg morning and night daily
Quercetin 500mg 3x per day
Aloe Vera Juice 10ml 3x per day

Tumour primed Dendritic cell vaccine

Protocol from other clinic:

P2X7 primed Dendritic cell vaccine
Unprimed Dendritic cell vaccine
Gamma Delta cell stimulation with Zometa
Donor Gamma Delta Transfusion
Vitamin C IV 90g, 5 consecutive days
B17 IV 7 consecutive days
IPT 2 per month
Thyrozol 3x daily
Trypsin & Chemotrypsin, 5x a week rectally
Pancryatic Enzymes 2x per week

I will be adding to the above:

2-deoxy-d-glucose 4g daily
phenylbutyrate 10g daily
modified citrus pectin
esiac tea daily
dandylion tea daily
phoenix tears daily
calorie restricted ketogenic diet

I was not happy going back onto chemo, but both mitomycin and xeloda are low dose. I had no side effects from the mitomycin, and Xeloda I will start next week after I finish my Immunotherapy treatment in Duderstadt, so will report on that later.

My biggest hope is for the metabolic therapy involving DCA, 2DG, Phenylbutyrate and Galactose in combination with the calorie restricted ketogenic diet.

After consultation with Dr. Kopic, we decided to discontinue Tarceva for the time being. Dr. Kopic believes that I am doing too much already this month (no kidding) and wants to keep Tarceva in reserve. He was very happy with my response to it. (Of course he was happy, it was not his face that broke out in small but painfull puss filled boils all over.)

About Ren

I have been diagnosed with stage 4, metastatic colorectal cancer in October 2012, 3 days after my 44th birthday. There is no cure, but I am determined to go down the road less travelled to find one. I have setup this blog to document my journey and hopefully help others in the process. My view is that if there is a cure, it does not lie with traditional chemo, but with the immune system. Time will tell.
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