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heavy_artillery_203mm_m1931_b-4_3rd_belorussian_front_1944Cancer is a formidable foe. Fighting it, and defeating it, requires every ounce of energy you can muster. Everyone says a cancer patient needs a positive state of mind to fight this battle, and I don’t disagree. But having the best mental attitude isn’t going to kill the cancerous cells residing in your body. You need much more.

In the management of cancer, so-called modern medicine has only three weapons to fight this powerful enemy – surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. History, and experience, has shown that neither of the three have proven to be effective on its own. In reality, even a combination of any or all of the three have produced quite dismal results. I am not making this conclusion based on what I think. Go read the medical journals, medical case histories and the record of “success” that medical science has to offer – and you will understand what I am saying.

And so we must look elsewhere for the cure. But there is one big problem here too. It is because there are hundreds of people claiming to have the product that is the answer to curing cancer. And the ordinary guy suffering from this terrible ailment (it’s not a disease, by the way) has no way of knowing which “cure” works, and which doesn’t. And unlike a person suffering from say, gastric, a cancer patient cannot afford to experiment because of one glaring truth – he does not have much time.

In Rokiah’s case, we did not have much time. In fact, there was no time. After the surgery to remove the cancerous growth in the ascending colon, we thought things were better – at least the source of the cancer had been removed. Then the wound did not heal, and back she went to the operating table, the second time in a month. Even so, this did not warrant pushing the panic button. Not until she developed serious breathing problems. Many cancer patients do not die directly from the cancer itself, but from another organ failing or the body breaking down because the patient is just too weak or incapable of fighting this terrible enemy. In Rokiah’s case, it was the lungs weakening from the ordeal of undergoing two major operations and a long stay in hospital (read articles preceding this for the details). The prognosis from a surgeon? She did not have much time left.

In a rare move, the B17 protocol was administered on October 1st in hospital (coincidentally also the first day of Hari Raya Aidil Fitri). It probably saved her life.

It is now one month and 19 days since the 19-day B17 treatment. During this period, we have not been sitting idle – you cannot afford to do this when you are dealing with cancer. I mentioned earlier that this is a battle you have to fight from many fronts. Rokiah was on Transfer Factor Plus, whose primary job was to boost her body’s immunity, and although she has only taken this for one month, the results are encouraging. For the mental part, so important for healing, she started going for qigong on a daily basis, doing this for the last 21 days. This too has helped tremendously, albeit in a different way. Then there is the vegetable juicing, a very good way to ensure consumption of a large quantity of this raw food. Plus a few other selected supplements that aid in the fight against her cancer.

The recent blood test confirms we are on the right track. So it is time to bring in the heavy artillery. We have weakened, even killed some of the enemy, but we need to finish the job once and for all. As optimistic as I am, even I dare not predict the outcome of this looming mother-of-all-battles. Fighting cancer has never been on a level playing field, but we approach this encounter with courage, determination and great hope.

We are hoping that the second round of the B17 protocol will tilt the odds in our favor.

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