Category Archive: My Protocol

– My Magic Powder

My concoction has earned the name of “Magic powder” because even though I am supposedly immune-suppressed, I have not gotten a cold or flu in the last six years I have been taking it… even when I was undergoing chemotherapy. In fact, as everyone around me has gotten sick, I have had to take care …

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– My interview in Breast Cancer Wellness – January 2018

– Causes and Cures * Blame vs. Empowerment

  “Accidents happen. That’s what everyone says. But in a quantum universe there are no such things as accidents, only possibilities and probabilities folded into existence by perception.” – J. Michael Straczynski, (as Dr. Manhattan) Everyone is looking for a silver bullet for cancer. In my humble opinion, there will never be a single “cure” …

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– Cannabis treated my recurring meningitis by accident…

I have stage 4 cancer, but am NAD (no active disease) against all odds. Cannabis has played a part in that miracle. I just discovered an amazing new benefit that I am very excited about. For 30 years, I have suffered from chronic encephalitis triggered whenever a shingles virus that sleep in my spine wakes up. …

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– On Bone Metastases and Thriving Metsters…

Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference – Metastatic Breast Cancer, Thriving Together Philadelphia, April 20-30, 2017 What I enjoyed most about attending the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference in Philadelphia in late April was being surrounded by the most amazing women. The focus was on Metastatic Breast Cancer and was called “Thriving Together”. When we are …

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– Top ten naturopathic steps to take immediately

  Because of significant success with my own healing, I field frantic requests from people who have been recently diagnosed. “What do I do first?” they ask. “You have a lot of work ahead of you”, I reply. “Pace yourself, believe in yourself, take charge of your healing, do your research, choose the path that …

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– Who’s driving the bus?

The good news is that the new mass in my brain is probably scar tissue and not a metastasis. The bad news is that I almost had unnecessary radiosurgery to my brain. The important lesson is that one must play a diligent and active role in one’s own healing path. My latest brain MRI revealed …

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– My brain metastases

In October 2012 I lost the use of my legs and one arm and tumors were discovered in my lungs, liver, and lymph, all throughout my spine and pelvis, and I was given less than 2 months to live. I employed both naturopathic and western medicine and one year later, I was walking, felt great, …

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