Cancer update - Part 2

The Enzymes kept my cancer at bay for over 12 years, and then it came back in May 2017. I started the full Enzyme treatment again, and stayed on the protocol for 2 years. I would see my oncologist for regular checkups and blood work, and the small tumors in my neck were going away. Unfortunately my cancer was transforming behind the scenes into an aggressive Diffused Large B Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL), and it was spreading fast. By the time December 2020 came around I became extremely sick. I had a chronic cough which we thought was COVID19. When I went to the walk-in clinic however, it was apparent my cancer had progressed. An X-ray showed that 3/4 of my left lung was filled with fluid. They advised me to go to the ER immediately.

I contacted my oncologist on the way to the ER and after their initial assessment, they admitted me into the hospital. The cancer had indeed spread and had encapsulated both of my kidneys shutting them down. They placed a catheter and then scheduled me for emergency surgery to place ureteral stents. (They told me that I would have been dead in three days if I didn’t have the emergency surgery in order to save both of my kidneys.) They performed a Thoracentesis to drain my lung, which helped alleviate my cough and breathing issues. I also had a tumor wrapped around my IVC that was causing my heart rate to beat at an abnormal resting rate of 130bpm and 150bpm+ when I sat up.

Not wanting chemo and knowing the Enzymes wouldn’t work fast enough to stop the spread of my cancer, I decided to check out of the hospital and head to a doctor I was referred to in Mexico for multiple alternative treatments. We scheduled the next available flight to San Diego, CA and arranged for a driver to pick us up from the airport to transport us across the border into Tijuana.

The doctor met us at the hotel and drove us personally to his clinic. He began treating me with high dose IV vitamin C, Laetrile (B17), Ozone therapy, Mistletoe injections, DMSO, whole body Hyperthermia, Coffee Enemas, juicing and organic food. I did this for 3 weeks, but nothing worked. The cancer continued to progress increasing my LDH, which is a tumor marker for lymphoma, I had edema in my legs and feet, and ascites in my abdomen. I needed another Thoracentesis due to the pleural effusion getting worse.

The doctor recommended that I have chemo and Rituxan, a type of immunotherapy, to see if it would quickly knock down the tumors. I knew that chemo doesn’t cure cancer and can cause numerous serious side effects and even other cancers, but I also knew that chemo usually knocked down tumors quickly if it worked. I was in dire straights with very few options, so we headed back to San Diego.