I had a PET/CAt scan done recently and discovered that whatever was remaining of my cancer after the operation is gone. My therapy included using Cesium for a month and a half as well as drinking Ozone water and an occasional Ozone sauna (not too many of those though). I had a sarcoma of the lung and the doctor wasn' able to remove it all, which he proposed numerous times to fix later, coming to my hospital room. I was refusing every time because he explained that he'd have to remove part of my diaphragm, phrenic nerve which from what I understood controls the mobility of the diaphragm and some more lung tissue. That seemed like a lot of hacking away at my tender young flesh. Besides I was hoping that the Cesium treatment would fix up whatever was remaining. My operation was September 15th and a 10 centimeter tumor was removed. Now, almost to the day 4 months later the full body PET/CAT scan showed no cancer anywhere.
I read your response regarding: "The cesium protocols also call for additional adjuncts. Are you using these adjuncts? If not would you like to see those protocols".
I am interested in those adjuncts and protocols and wondered if you could give me that information.
I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with Advanced Prostate Cancer! He is interested in using
Cesium and Potassium.
Your website says not to take Cesium & Potassium together. How far apart should they be taken?
I notice that there are many types of Potassium. Is one type more preferable than the other type?
Thank You for your assistance,