We are looking for a minimum standard of health for people arriving at the clinic. Therefore if you have cancer we ask you to make the following statement:
I can walk a quarter of a mile without difficulty.
My health is good enough that I will not need hospitalisation while I am there. If I do, I agree I am responsible for it.
I am expected to live for at least three months.
I am sufficiently fit to live in a hotel without problems.
I’m fit to fly.
Although we are always looking for ways to help, if you can’t meet these criteria, we may not let you into the clinic on arrival.
We usually treat terminal stage 4 cancer patients. We expect you to have, on average, a 25% reduction in tumour size per week.
Please note we mean what we say. This is an average. The best we have had is 40% in a week. The worst is zero. If you have had chemotherapy, your results are likely to be less.
Some achieve a 50% reduction in three weeks. Each week the reduction is smaller, because the tumours are smaller.
We make the same improvements in pancreatic cancer, and in brain cancers, where we use ultrasonography to open the blood brain barrier. In multiple myleoma we usually make significant improvements (over 30%) in the numbers.
When you go home you MUST do our home protocol. If you do, we then expect you to be cancer free after around six months.
If you have stage 4 cancer, you will be given a protocol to take at home. But as a minimum, it will be:
Avoid the five main causes of cancer:
Stay away from: sugar, which feeds cancer, carbohydrates which turn into sugar; and grains beans and potatoes, which also contain cancer inducing lectins and poisons – wheat is the worst. Avoid soya milk which blocks the absorbance of trace metals.
Some sweeteners are damaging in other ways – asparthame lowers your immune system; even Splenda is a chlorocarbon like DDT – See http://www.wnho.net/splenda_chlorocarbon.htm.
The best appears to be the natural plant sweetener Stevia, to which they add relatively harmless maltodextrin for supermarkets. Second best is Xylitol, then saccharin.
Avoid molybdenum, which makes breast cancer grow. The richest sources of molybdenum are legumes, including beans, peas, lentils and soybeans. Nuts, leafy vegetables and grains like oats, wheat and rice also contain ample amounts.
And ordinary milk contains estrogen, which is a growth factor for uterine cancer, and for breast cancer but less so.
In addition to rebuilding the immune system and activating macrophages, GcMAF also has five direct actions on cancer cells, where its half life is three days. As a macrophage stimulator its half life is 5 days (the half life of macrophages is 6 days), so most importantly hugely increase the GcMAF dosage, and put into different parts of the body at least twice a week. IV is best.
If you can have surgery to reduce tumour mass, do so, but make sure you are on GcMAF/Goleic for at least three weeks before the surgery, so that your rebuilt immune system can prevent secondaries caused by cancer cells released by surgery settling elsewhere.
And then keep the GcMAF up for 8 weeks after scans show your tumours are gone, or nagalase first drops below 0.65.
If you have a root canal, you are advised to have that tooth removed. Silver amalgams often contain mercury, and they should be replaced with tooth colour matched ceramics.