beach sunrise wrote:No mutations is one in your favor.
Keep immune system high and inflammation low.
What blood markers do you follow aside from SOC if any?
prayingforccr wrote:How often are you monitoring your progress, Tomaz?
Tomaz26 wrote:prayingforccr wrote:How often are you monitoring your progress, Tomaz?
About every 3-4 months.. Depends on how they schedule me. I have next screening in march, the previous one was 6th of december.
How are you doing? You will start this trial you talked about in other topic soon?
Tomaz26 wrote:Are you doing artemisenin like curt suggests? I am afraid of taking 10 capsules on an empty stomach.. I have 100mg and he suggest 1000mg per day.. Together with capecitabine I currently take and many other supps I think my kidneys and liver will not survive
How about diet? I go back and forth between keto or Gerson or... I mean they all have points.. There is tons of research pointing to keto being good, fasting too, specially before chemo etc.. On the other hand you have Gerson and the like which is just the oposite, no fat and loads of carbs.. I know of a person who tracks long term survivals from diet and 90%+ do some vegy style. Here and there some keto, but mostly for glioblastoma where I think it has been quite successfull, specially with a substance called DON that also blocks glutamine..
I was thinking of maybe doing some extreme style diet, like fasting for 30 days and taking some FAO/FAS blocker or something similar.. I did read of a lady who did fasting mimicking diet for 6 months, lost 25kg in the process but also her tumor disassapeared slowly as being eaten away.. She had regular checkups and imaging and each month it was a cm smaller.. But it was not CRC. As healthy cells are much more adaptable than cancer cells which are caught in a loop of fermentation etc I think there could be a way there, but one would have to block some pathways and leave some open so regular cells still get energy.. Cancer likes to grow, for other cells it is enough to just stay as they are, recycling etc.. But yeah, maybe I just dream too much
Tomaz26 wrote:Keeping fingers crossed results come out good!
You said you tried deep ketosis. Do you think it helped? As more and more evidence comes out specially keto + chemotherapy. I tried it once for 14 days but hated it.. BUt if I knew it would help I would
stick with it for sure.. On the other hand like I said there is Gerson which is just the opposite and also good results.. No fat, fruit juices which is all sugar,.. Go figure..
beach sunrise wrote:WooHoo!!! Way to go pccr.
Keep up with protocol...hammer it and hammer some more.
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