Wednesday, March 12, 2014

"Your journey has molded you for your greater good, and it was exactly what it needed to be. Don't think that you've lost time. It took each and every situation you have encountered to bring you to the now. And now is right on time." -Asha Tyson

The last few weeks have been that up and down roller-coaster as I've mentioned. I was waiting all week to hear back from Gerson to know if I was accepted, and I woke up to their call. "Denied". What? Why? That damn tumor in the bile duct won't leave me alone. There is in fact a partial obstruction in the duct from that tumor, so they don't think it will do well with the coffee enemas.
*The coffee enema's job is to detoxify the liver. To do that the caffeine dilates the bile ducts to allow for opening/expansion so the bile flows more rapidly*.
If my bile duct is partially obstructed, they caution that the bile duct won't be able to open enough and the process can potentially harm the situation. Hence, denied.

Fuuuck! I wasn't prepared for Plan B yet. All my eggs..I mean veggies, were in that basket! Well, now what are the options? I remembered the information my new long distant friends and advisers Jamie out in Utah, and George out in Florida told me about their treatments. They were also doing Gerson but incorporating additional protocols offered to them along with The Gerson Treatment, both still down in Mexico. Through them, I connected with Dr. Patrick Vickers' clinic, 'Northern Baja Gerson Treatment Center' in Rosarito, Mexico and learned more about what they offer there. In addition to the full Gerson Treatment, I would receive a variety of complementary added protocols (that I'll go into more in details in a proceeding post(s)).

The additional protocol I was advised to jump on was Pnc27. I've linked a couple sites to it below, but from what I've gathered from both previously mentioned friends is that this is can essentially be a game changer for me. For anyone trying to kill cancer. These friends have been on it now for about six months and have been having wonderful results so far! It's yet another one of these non funded protocols that is not able to get recognition (yet) for its success apparently. From what I've been learning, it has one job and one job only, and that is to eradicate cancer cells directly without touching/harming anything else. It's a non-toxic natural protein peptide that kills cancer cells on contact. And once cancer cells are being attacked in the body, they need a way to get out of your system fast, as they of course are toxic. That's where the Gerson treatment works really well in conjunction, to eliminate the toxins and strengthen the immune system.

Of course there are concerns still with my bile duct issues, even with the work of the Pnc27, but the doctors at this particular clinic are willing to work slowly if need be to adjust to how my body may react to the treatments. In the end it's all theoretical and we would just have to see how it goes. There's hospitals near the clinic there in Mexico if intervention was needed. So there I was again struggling over what to do. How does one girl come to make so many hard decisions? I could be damned if I do, I could be damned if I don't. So what I needed to finally digest is that bottom line is that this is all theory. There's no guarantee with any treatment and how my body will react in the next few weeks no matter what treatment I'm on. However, the idea is to try something alternative right? Chemotherapy is not an option I'm willing to choose at this point, so what other choice do I have? The best choice is the choice that has made itself available to me, right now. I can only do what I can do, right now.

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