Mother with Massive Colon Tumor (part 1)
Dear Ted, Thank you for your selfless service to humanity. Your posts at earthclinic are tremendous eye openers, to say the least. My mother was just diagnosed with a massive tumor in her colon. That's all the information I have at this time. I'll send you more details, if you need them. For now I need to know what to do for her. The doctors want to perform surgery next week. Do you recommend surgery in addition to other remedies? Or should I advise her to pursue a number of remedies simultaneously, without surgery? (I'm concerned that surgery and chemo, etc., will only make things worse. But I';m open to whatever you recommend.) Resources I have at the moment include a Green Power juicer, a bottle of black walnut tincture that I made a few years ago, apple cider vinegar, and possibly a type of bacterial solution developed in Russia, basically Okarin, if you've heard of it. Years ago it seems to have helped my mother recover from her intestinal problems. I have unsulpherated black strap molassas too, which I saw mentioned as a possible cancer remedy. If you suggest juicing, please tell me which vegetables to go for, cabbage, wheat grass, etc. I noticed you mentioned the following: azoxystrobin, and I'll begin to read up on it. You mentioned it in the context of bone cancer. I'm wondering whether it can help my mother as well.
Please direct me.
With very great gratitude,