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Posted by Thomas (Columbia, SC) on 11/14/2006

The only thing you got right was what causes Neurofibromatosis. I have NF1, and I know for a fact that it cannot be cured that simply. If it were that easy, them the doctors would have found out years ago. If anyone else with Neurofibromatosis reads this, please don't try it expecting it to work, because it will not happen. However, we would love to have you join us on the NF web site. We have a Bulletin Board and Chat Room both open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hope to see you there.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

If someone wants to do nothing and doesn't want to give natural therapy a chance, just don't read this or even give it a try. And don't complain! Just go conventional medicine, get chemotherapy, or surgery, depending what the doctors say and follow his/her advice.

If you want to do something other than this, which may or may not work, or "unproven" therapy, then read on!

Recently I found that cesium chloride also helped. Apparently the potassium is replaced with cesium as the molecules of cesium is alike in a cellular respiration process and this particular disease seems to prefer potassium.

When cesium enters the cancer, the glucose metabolism is dissuaded, thus weaking the cancer cells. The usual dose is about 50-100 mg/day of cesium chloride mixed with plenty of water. There is some mention in other websites about the use of cesium for cancer therapy, but for this condition seems especially suited since it goes along the nerves where potassium is used as a conduction.

Glucose metabolism of the cancer cells was related to as mentioned in last postings to vitamin B complex, but zinc, chromium chloride, sodium vanadate to also slow down such tumor growth.

Cancer cells need anaerobic respiration via glucose metabolism to survive. These minerals as mentioned simply blocks it. The cancer of this nature where clove oil and lavender oil plus camphor powder is also peculiar interests if it is applied topically to possibly reduce the tumor.