Colon and Liver Cancer Help
Hi Ted, I've been reading your cancer cure statements on Earth clinic's websites and wanted to ask for your advice. I've been hearing positives and negatives about DSMO, especially of the use by people with liver cancer (which can swell into the stomach or other sensitive regions) and diabetics. My grandmother is 73 years old, approx 110 lbs. She is suffering from three years of colon cancer metastasized to the liver. The colon cancer has been taken away through surgery, but the cancer in the liver has formed into numerous tumors throughout her liver. She has exhausted all chemo options and about two months ago, she went through a radiation process which put radioactive capsules with chemo in them through a major artery going to the left side of her liver to help stifle tumor growth...we are still waiting to see if this worked and doctors have. After that procedure, she's had a hard time recovering and since then has been in a weak state mentally and physically and hasn't been able to eat in a while, so she has had massive weight loss and is experiencing the symptoms of malnutrition (weakness, fatigue, disorientation, forgetfulness, staring/unresponsive) and so we admitted her to the hospital to get a TPN and stomach tube to give her food. the doctors that did the radioactive treatment said that she's too weak to get the right side done and have basically given up and started her with Hospice to make her comfortable for the next step of life... But thanks to the feeding tube, we can at least treat the malnutrition aspect of the illness which is giving her strength to fight the cancer and we're happy that she's been more alert and having some conversation. Me and my sister started adding liquid vit C (1000mg) to her feeding tube about 3 times a day (want to work up to 8 times eventually and add other nutrients). Is this enough? She also has thrush on her tongue and the doctors are trying to treat it with nystatin, but we've also been putting a 200 billion count pro biotic in the vit c mix, to try to help that...but we had to stop that last night since they gave her another round of antibiotics to treat an infection she got from either the feeding tube outlet or the port that they were using for the TPN (this is the port that she's had for a long time that they administered her chemo through - so the doctors think it's that).
As far as following the cancer diet, we begged the doctors to give her a formula with NO sugar, but they refuse....the TPN and feeding tube formulas both contain dextrose I believe..i'm not sure how much at the moment...they say that this is counteracted with insulin (since she's also diabetic), which doesn't make sense to me since the formula is made to order they say...why add the sugar!?
So once she gets home, we will have more control of what to feed her...what kind of diet do you suggest for her? I have also been reading information on various websites especially this one about the protocal 2000 method which seems to use calcium and sulfur elements. Here's the link: http://www.genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=20&id=2316&Itemid=66. Now I'm confused on what she she use.