The Big C

A journey through Stage Four Cancer

Life Extension and Somer’s “Knockout”

As I’ve mentioned before, I was hours from death when we found out that I had stage four colon cancer and that it had metastasized to my ovaries.  I was a critical case, and options weren’t many.  In fact, the only option was to wait for me to die.  Or so it seemed, except for my team of doctors for whom I’ll be eternally grateful.

I wish though, that right after my operation, I had been graced to read the book “Knockout” by Suzanne Somers.  There are things that I would have done differently if I had only had the information in this book.

Some say that supplements and vitamins are little more than sugar pills, but what if they are not?  As I read through more and more things about the progression of Stage Four Colon Cancer, I’m realizing that it is following faithfully in the footsteps of Stage Four Colon Cancer before it.

First, you have the tumor and it metastasis, ie, the cancer escapes from the colon and goes to other areas, my ovaries.  The cancer is removed, but some cells do escape and reappear at a later date in the abdomen or liver.  That cancer is put under control, remission, and reappears in the brain, liver or bone.  Then you die.  Thus the short 5 year survival rate.

So I’m depending on prayer and also I’m going to start the supplements, and hope that it’s not too late.

There is soo much in “Knockout” and my mind is still spinning, so I’m not going to try to relate any of  it.  However, I am starting to take cimetidine (found in Tagament B and as a generic product in WalMart and Walgreens just to name two stores), citrus pectin and PSK  to build up my NK cells.  This will not interfere with my chemo at all, and might actually help it to be more effective.  Life Extension.com works hand in glove with KNOCKOUT.

Even if you don’t have cancer, I really hope that you will read this book and start taking supplements to avoid ever getting cancer in the first place.

In other news, my book “The Development” is coming right along at over 20,000 words now.  If you would like to read a snippet, it’s at Marynate.blogspot.com  Please let me know if you like it.  My hope is to make it into an actual book to help pay my medical expenses.

* Please remember, I’m not a doctor just a person with terminal cancer.  Please don’t take any of this as medical advice and consult with your doctor before starting to do anything.

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