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BC T2 muscle invasive

Do what is necessary
Then do what is possible
You will end up doing the impossible, I did it and I was diagnosed with an aggressive Muscle invasive BC, my doctors recommended RC, and chemo, but with weak kidneys I was going to end up on dialysis. I turned the beast around from muscle invasive T2 to non invasive in few weeks, but my doctors keep calling it snake oil remedies, they keep telling me that is not over but they are glad I do not have to give up my bladder.. So my question is? why rush and compromise your QOL and not try alternative immunotherapy that worked for me?

1)Prepare you immune system by combining a strong toxin like coley's to awaken it, add just after a mild poison like Vitamin C K3 to start protecting your body, cancer cell got 10 times more feeding mouths than regular cells, so they take 10 more poison than the good ones, this is why you kill the bad slowly but do not get sick like Chemo, after few days: 2) You must be ready for a TURBT, I did my second one because I was not prepared the first time and my body was already exposed, at that time cancer cell are disturbed like stepping on an ant pile, you need to attack the beast.. 3)Continue with VitaminCK3, larger doses of Coley's, Meyer's, IV Ozone, HRO, GCMAF.. 4)coffee enema twice a day minimum to remove all the toxins from your colon, organic recommended. 5) Nutrition: Strict Gerson from day one.. 6)walk after treatment.. I still have my bladder, I feel like never before, I lost 25Lb, my blood pressure that was always very high is now stabilized to perfect ideal, no drugs. my QOL is amazing.. I need to be strong not weak, every time you mess with your organs your future is measured on a time line.
1)Prepare you immune system by combining a strong toxin like coley's to awaken it, add just after a mild poison like Vitamin C K3 to start protecting your body, cancer cell got 10 times more feeding mouths than regular cells, so they take 10 more poison than the good ones, this is why you kill the bad slowly but do not get sick like Chemo, after few days: 2) You must be ready for a TURBT, I did my second one because I was not prepared the first time and my body was already exposed, at that time cancer cell are disturbed like stepping on an ant pile, you need to attack the beast.. 3)Continue with VitaminCK3, larger doses of Coley's, Meyer's, IV Ozone, HRO, GCMAF.. 4)coffee enema twice a day minimum to remove all the toxins from your colon, organic recommended.
5) Nutrition: Strict Gerson diet..

  1. @BC survivor thanks so much for sharing your experience. I'm glad this course of action has worked for you, but keep in mind that these things do not work for everyone. As someone who was diagnosed at a late stage and did not have any other options to save my own life other than bladder removal, I also feel that it is very presumptuous of you to assume that bladder removal means that you don't have a good quality of life because that is ABSOLUTELY FALSE! Anyone who has a bladder diversion can have a great quality of life and live a long life with a diversion. I chose to have a stoma with a urostomy appliance. My quality of life NOW is tons better than my quality of life was before my diagnosis and procedure. My ostomy does not exclude nor inhibit me in any way. I can do whatever I want with an ostomy. I did have chemo after my procedure and, while I was not thrilled about it, I did it and I'm approaching my 5-year cancer-free milestone. A milestone that I'm immensely grateful for. Treatment options are an immensely individualized decision and one that should be made with the physician AND the patient. I'm glad that holistic measures worked for you, but that avenue will not save everyone. Please be mindful of that when posting in our community.
    ~Liz, Moderator

    1. @BCSurvivor - I agree with Liz. I am certainly happy that this very detailed process worked for you but I am not one to gamble. As for my quality of life - as someone without a bladder I feel that I can speak about that - and how it does impact my life. My QOL is great, I do not miss my diseased bladder and am so very happy to be cancer free. I am nearly 7 years post surgery and would do it again in a heartbeat. I am 70s years old, still work and am very active and plan to stay that way. My urostomy does not impact my life in any way at all. Thank you for sharing your personal experiences but please understand that many patients prefer the traditional treatments. My best to you. Linda ( moderator, BladderCancer.net team member)

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