Archive for October, 2008

“In almost all of the best rounds I’ve ever shot, I didn’t know how I stood in relation to par or what I scored until it was added up at the end. I simply played one shot at a time. For some golfers, knowing what you’re shooting is part of the fun. But to train yourself to truly play one shot at a time, I suggest you pass the scorecard to someone else and try not worrying about what you shot until you get to the 19th hole.” Raymond Floyd, professional golfer, PGA Tour/Champions Tour

Very good advice indeed. Play one shot at a time, what has happened has happened, do not worry to death (no pun intended) about what is coming ahead. Concentrate and focus on the moment, and give it your best shot (funny, how the word ‘shot’ keeps coming up).

B17 has been quite a revelation when it was first tried three weeks ago. I would even say a minor miracle took place. But, like other mere mortals, we expect bigger miracles to come our way. After round one of the protocol, what did the report card show? My friend KS Cheah told the story perfectly in this posting.

For us, its not quite one shot at a time. Its one day at a time. And we still believe miracles will happen.

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This is interesting and it comes from a Malaysian-based web site by Dr. Chris KH Teo and his wife Ch’ng Beng Im.

Ten Questions About The World’s Most Well Fought Battle Against Colon Cancer PDF Print E-mail

I give this article the title – the World’s most well fought battle… Why? This is because the man involved in this battle against colon cancer, Tony Snow, used to walk along the corridors of power in the most powerful political office on earth. For many of us in Malaysia, what happens in the United States of America is always the greatest and the best. What America says we agree or have to agree and what America does we follow or eventually have to follow. I would imagine that the most powerful man on earth would be able to do something great to help his beloved staff and fellowman who was in great distress. I believe that Snow would have gotten the best – the best advice, the best doctor, the best drugs and the best hospital – for him to fight his war against cancer. So, to me, this battle against cancer would probably be the most well fought battle ever waged in America – the world’s most powerful nation.

The facts:

  1. Tony Snow was the press secretary for President George Bush – the current (2008) president of the United States of America.
  2. He was married and had three school-going children. His mother also had colon cancer and died when Snow was 17.
  3. Snow was first diagnosed with stage three colon cancer in 2005.
  4. After surgery he underwent six months of chemotherapy.
  5. He was said to be cancer-free after the medical treatments. He was appointed President Bush’s press secretary in May 2006.
  6. In late March 2007, Snow’s cancer reappeared in his abdomen and also his liver.
  7. He underwent surgery in April 2007 followed by more chemotherapy.
  8. Slightly more than a year later, Snow died at the Georgetown University Hospital – on a Saturday morning in July 2008. He was 53 years old.

Read the full article HERE.

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Most people could not name five of the more than 300 alternative cancer treatments. Fewer still could name the five most potent alternative cancer treatments for advanced cancer patients.

Some people wonder why the scores of billions of dollars spent on the “War on Cancer,” that President Nixon started in 1971/72, has not produced a cure for cancer. Have researchers been looking for more profitable treatments for cancer or have they been looking for cures for cancer?

In fact, the average person knows almost nothing about either orthodox cancer treatments or alternative cancer treatments, outside of what they have heard on television or read in the media.

If a survey were taken, the average person would probably think that the true cure rate of orthodox cancer treatments was 40% or more and the true cure rate for alternative cancer treatments was close to zero percent. This is total nonsense, but more will be said about that later in this article.

Is what you know about cancer treatments based on who has the most truth, or is it based on who has the most money? Is what you know about cancer treatments carefully designed to deceive you? Are you being sold a “bill of goods?”

This website is just as important for people who don’t have cancer as it is for people who do have cancer. Why would someone who doesn’t have cancer be concerned about the truth? The reason is that if they are diagnosed with cancer, their doctor will immediately put intense pressure on them to commit to chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Unless you know whether alternative cancer treatments or orthodox cancer treatments are superior, BEFORE YOU ARE DIAGNOSED, there is a 100% chance you will make the wrong decision.

If you read all three parts of this article, you are assured of hearing many things that have never entered your mind before. You will read things that you will never, never hear on television or read in print.

You will learn a lot about the techniques of deception that you are exposed to every day. You will learn things that the people of orthodox medicine don’t want you to know. And all this information is free. Nothing is sold from this website.

To visualize what is going on in the “cancer industry” today, and to see behind their massive facade, here is a short story that will describe how orthodox medicine currently treats cancer patients.

Read the rest of the article HERE.

And one more HERE.

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A very lonely place. Outside the operation theaters.

Entrance, Ward 4.

Many a meal taken here, the hospital canteen. And many a friend was made here too. Picture shows the cleaner ladies having their buka puasa. I can count them as my friends now.

No, its not an advertisement for Starbucks. Sept 18 2008. Re-admission to hospital. Re-stitching of the wound that did not quite heal. Two operations in a month, not for the faint of heart nor a body wrecked by cancer.

Sept 26, 2008. Breathing problems, back to ICU for the 2nd time in a month. Doctors make a dire prognosis – “She doesn’t have much time left…” Decision was made to start the B17 protocol, very likely the first time this is being allowed and done in a hospital in the country.

5th day on B17. Dramatic improvement in health, all tubes removed. Here we see the very attentive nurses giving the all smiles.

The B17 protocol stashed away in a little cupboard by the hospital bed. Still, the doctors are very impressed with whatever it is in those bottles. Two doctors express (one in writing on the medical log) “its a miracle.”

Discharged. The Ward 4 nurses make a rare gesture – escorting the patient all the way out to the hospital’s main entrance. Words cannot express the care and attention given by these lovely ladies.

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There are three doctors (and two others with less major roles) who have been attending to Rokiah. The first is the primary surgeon who performed the colon operation. The second is the young surgeon who replaced the primary surgeon when he was on leave for 6 days. The third is the lady respiratory doctor.

It was the young surgeon who on September 30 pulled me aside and told me that Rokiah’s condition was very serious and that “she may not have much time left.” This same surgeon wrote in her medical log a few days later (after the B17 protocol started) that “its a miracle.”

Today, on the eve of her discharge, the doctors made what would be their last visit to Rokiah’s now too familiar hospital bed. The first, the lady doctor, came by when Rokiah was having her breakfast. Besides the usual “how are you today” greeting, she also smiled and knowingly remarked “It’s a miracle, you know.”

The second visitor was the primary surgeon. He came to the ward when the nurse was helping give Rokiah her 9am B17 “medication.” (The B17 regime starts at 7am and ends at 10pm – all in, a total of 9 feedings.) His remark? Nodding to the nurse, the surgeon said “Yes, give her more of that stuff!”

Is this really a miracle?

Time will tell.

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How does one know whether the B17 protocol/regime works?

Simple, no rocket science here. Take a blood test before the treatment starts. Look out for the cancer markers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tumor_marker). After the treatment, take another blood test. Compare the two. There are only three possible scenarios – situation has become worse, situation is unchanged and situation has improved.

Oh by the way, there’s a fourth scenario. All the markers are back to normal. And you know what that means.

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The B17 protocol/regime is much more complex than just swallowing apricot seeds. A pianist is usually the highest paid musician in an orchestra, the star of the ensemble. But without the other musicians in the orchestra, the music is not complete. While B17 is the star of the protocol, the treatment is strongly supported by a highly skilled “orchestra”, made up of 20-25 “musicians” – either a vitamin, supplement or nutrition. Together, they work together to finish off any cancer cell in the body.

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