@Tammy Thank you very much! I also know you from Google’s prizes
@TulsaKim I will continue to update about my father’s condition.
@jackieheraty Thank you for your positive thoughts.
@LorinRyle That’s the best article about cancer I’ve ever read! Thank you.
Some things that I knew from that article: I knew Otto Warburg, Nobel Prize winner, and that he said that cancer can’t survive in an alkaline medium.
That’s why I bought an alkaline water machine. Not those thousands of dollars one, but a cheaper one, made by a romanian engineer. I’ve paid on it ~100$. That included a pH-meter + transport.
Regular water has 6-7 pH. In 10 minutes, with this machine you’ll get water pH ~10,5 depending of what water you use.
See the machine here: http://goo.gl/ShGXyB
You’ll get an internat alkaline medium not only using water, but fruits, vegetables.
I also knew that hydrogen peroxide destroys cancer. You’ll get high dose of hydrogen peroxide made by your body, using injectable vitamin C. There are old studies about injectable vitamin C and it’s role against cancer. Also, I saw some years ago a case of an american woman (Kacee DeMasi) healed by high doses of injectable vitamine C. Injectable, because that one is powerful enough to stimulate production of hydrogen peroxide, which is toxic for cancer cells, but good for normal cells.
The problem with injectable vitamin C is that you need high doses, and it’s very expensive.
A guy from my country gave me injectable vitamin C, for one month, worthing ~170$. The problem is that romanian doctors doesn’t accept alternative cancer treatments, and I don’t know how to make intravenous injections.
I would try also to use cannabis oil to treat his cancer, but this isn’t only very expensive, but illegal in my country, unlike USA.
I didn’t know about Oxy E and other good things to oxygenate cells. Oxy E it costs 31,38$ on Amazon.
I would try a lot of things to cure his cancer, if I had money, but I’ve managed to raise until now about 2200$ and we’ve spent until now 1750$. We need the rest of the money for this surgery, and if it will remain some after that, I will continue to buy him anti-cancer medicines.
News about my father: he can’t do tomorrow the surgery, because his effort capacity it’s very low and the doctor said that it’s a big surgery risk, and he doesn’t want to take it.
So, for now, my father it’s hospital, doing treadmill workouts to improve his effort capacity.
If he can’t improve this, the surgery will be canceled and he will be force to do radiotherapy. He already does chemotherapy, so this one plus radiotherapy will affect his health even more.