My sister-in-law recently got the news that her colon cancer has returned. She is now stage II, and has been offered the 'option' of having the rest of her colon removed and a colostomy bag. She politely declined. She is now prepared to try alternative protocols, and as a loudmouthed and arrogant (or so I'm reliably informed) champion of safer and less destructive natural cures, she has come to me for advice.
So I'm trying to put together a regimen for her that I think she has a realistic chance of sticking to. I want to combine or 'borrow' from several compatible protocols rather than rely on just the one, but there are well over 200 such protocols in the altmed community from which to choose. I'm familiar with most of them - at least by name if not in detail, but I want to be able to narrow that list down to perhaps half a doz. or so of the best protocols. I'm not looking for 'academic' recommendations as such. I'm more than capable of carrying out some basic due diligence in that respect. For example, I'm familiar with many of the major sites, such as MRA, CancerTutor, TTAC, etc etc. I'm much more interested in what worked for you. So if you are a colon cancer survivor (or know someone who is), I very much want to hear from you.
The choice facing me is a simple one. Either I help my sister-in-law fully recover from her cancer, or else I'll be forced to admit that alternative cancer cures are hit or miss at best, or just so much snake oil at worst. I'm hoping to be able to report here in due course that she is living proof of the efficacy of 'our' answer to lamestream medicine.