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One woman’s story of healing from Melanoma which had spead to bones.. PLEASE READ.. uplifting..

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      Mary-E
      Participant

        Actually this woman, Lisa, is still dealing with metastatic disease….just read further in her blog.

        Mary-E
        Participant

          Actually this woman, Lisa, is still dealing with metastatic disease….just read further in her blog.

            kthekhal
            Participant

              Yes, she still has cancer – but it is controlled and not spreading  – a BIG feat  if it was yervoy or some other western drug not to mention the disastrous side effects !

              If the cancer can be controlled without ANY side effects , I would choose cellect which is almost free and does not need insurance hassles etc.

              Come on guys ! there certainly exist other ways to deal with cancer apart from EXPENSIVE drugs (and I am a living example  – stage 3b and NED for 4 years  – no lymphadema  – nothing )

              MichaelFL
              Participant

                Seems like she has not posted in awhile either. Hopefully she is not deceased.

                o2bcheri
                Participant

                  she is still alive.. just got married and is doing very well….

                  i am waiting to hear from her as to her condition now… but she sure looks great and happy….

                   

                  πŸ™‚

                  o2bcheri
                  Participant

                    she is still alive.. just got married and is doing very well….

                    i am waiting to hear from her as to her condition now… but she sure looks great and happy….

                     

                    πŸ™‚

                    o2bcheri
                    Participant

                      she is still alive.. just got married and is doing very well….

                      i am waiting to hear from her as to her condition now… but she sure looks great and happy….

                       

                      πŸ™‚

                      MichaelFL
                      Participant

                        Seems like she has not posted in awhile either. Hopefully she is not deceased.

                        MichaelFL
                        Participant

                          Seems like she has not posted in awhile either. Hopefully she is not deceased.

                          Mary-E
                          Participant

                            I wouldn't say that Cellect is "almost free"… I may be misreading but it looks like it costs about $400 a month.

                            Mary-E
                            Participant

                              I wouldn't say that Cellect is "almost free"… I may be misreading but it looks like it costs about $400 a month.

                              Mary-E
                              Participant

                                I wouldn't say that Cellect is "almost free"… I may be misreading but it looks like it costs about $400 a month.

                                o2bcheri
                                Participant

                                  hi…

                                   

                                  yes.. it is $80 a jar.. which will last about a week if taking 4 scoops a day.. its definitely not free… compared to normal treatments its nearly free… but ins will not pay for it is the difference..

                                   

                                  i will say… Fred is a real human being.. he is not about $$ so much as he is about helping others..

                                   

                                  my daughter has MS… and he saw on FB that i had ordered a book on MS..  when i messaged him a happy birthday he messaged back asking about who had MS…he wrote me long and extensive messages about MS.. what could be the problem and why…  at the end of the day… he told me he would make sure my daughter had the cellect at no cost if necessary…  these people are caring and wonderful people… they have no problem spending hours with a person who comes to see them.. i spent 1.5 hrs on the phone with Robert about my daughter..

                                   

                                  unfortunately my daughter is a nurse.. and she is like so many of you.. she wants the traditional treatment.. sigh…

                                   

                                  i know in my heart of hearts.. that this stuff is the real deal… and combined with other natural things.. can help heal

                                  cancer… it is painful to read the posts of those who have no options left.. and they do not want to veer off the path…

                                   

                                  i try.. its all i can do..

                                   

                                  xxx to all of you…

                                  o2bcheri
                                  Participant

                                    hi…

                                     

                                    yes.. it is $80 a jar.. which will last about a week if taking 4 scoops a day.. its definitely not free… compared to normal treatments its nearly free… but ins will not pay for it is the difference..

                                     

                                    i will say… Fred is a real human being.. he is not about $$ so much as he is about helping others..

                                     

                                    my daughter has MS… and he saw on FB that i had ordered a book on MS..  when i messaged him a happy birthday he messaged back asking about who had MS…he wrote me long and extensive messages about MS.. what could be the problem and why…  at the end of the day… he told me he would make sure my daughter had the cellect at no cost if necessary…  these people are caring and wonderful people… they have no problem spending hours with a person who comes to see them.. i spent 1.5 hrs on the phone with Robert about my daughter..

                                     

                                    unfortunately my daughter is a nurse.. and she is like so many of you.. she wants the traditional treatment.. sigh…

                                     

                                    i know in my heart of hearts.. that this stuff is the real deal… and combined with other natural things.. can help heal

                                    cancer… it is painful to read the posts of those who have no options left.. and they do not want to veer off the path…

                                     

                                    i try.. its all i can do..

                                     

                                    xxx to all of you…

                                    Linny
                                    Participant

                                      This is off-topic and I apologize, but I have no other means to get hold of you. Lyme Disease is frequently misdiagnosed as MS. The traditional treatments for MS involve taking immune-suppressing drugs and that's something you don't want to be on if you really have Lyme instead of MS because you'll just get sicker. Check out lymenet.org for more information on Lyme Disease, or google "Lyme Disease misdiagnosed as MS".

                                      4 scoops a day of Cellect can run into some serious money and some with active disease are on even higher doses than that. But the higher dose seems to just be short-term until the symptoms are under control. I'm taking between 1-2 scoops/day. If I'm going through a crappy spell, I up that to 3.

                                      I did notice that the gal in the blog is still in touch with Fred. I admire her tenacity in fighting melanoma.

                                      Linny
                                      Participant

                                        This is off-topic and I apologize, but I have no other means to get hold of you. Lyme Disease is frequently misdiagnosed as MS. The traditional treatments for MS involve taking immune-suppressing drugs and that's something you don't want to be on if you really have Lyme instead of MS because you'll just get sicker. Check out lymenet.org for more information on Lyme Disease, or google "Lyme Disease misdiagnosed as MS".

                                        4 scoops a day of Cellect can run into some serious money and some with active disease are on even higher doses than that. But the higher dose seems to just be short-term until the symptoms are under control. I'm taking between 1-2 scoops/day. If I'm going through a crappy spell, I up that to 3.

                                        I did notice that the gal in the blog is still in touch with Fred. I admire her tenacity in fighting melanoma.

                                        o2bcheri
                                        Participant

                                          hi…

                                           

                                          thank you for your response… my daughter was tested for lymes already… though i know its hard to diagnose.. they 

                                          say she does not have it.. though in my heart of hearts….. something tells me it is not really MS…. which is also so 

                                          very hard to diagnose… she is fine right now… and has a light case apparently… but needless to say it is distressing

                                          to a mom to find that her beloved daughter has this dreaded disease…. 

                                          i am grateful however.. that it is not cancer… πŸ™‚

                                           

                                          thanks again…

                                           

                                          M

                                          o2bcheri
                                          Participant

                                            hi…

                                             

                                            thank you for your response… my daughter was tested for lymes already… though i know its hard to diagnose.. they 

                                            say she does not have it.. though in my heart of hearts….. something tells me it is not really MS…. which is also so 

                                            very hard to diagnose… she is fine right now… and has a light case apparently… but needless to say it is distressing

                                            to a mom to find that her beloved daughter has this dreaded disease…. 

                                            i am grateful however.. that it is not cancer… πŸ™‚

                                             

                                            thanks again…

                                             

                                            M

                                            o2bcheri
                                            Participant

                                              hi…

                                               

                                              thank you for your response… my daughter was tested for lymes already… though i know its hard to diagnose.. they 

                                              say she does not have it.. though in my heart of hearts….. something tells me it is not really MS…. which is also so 

                                              very hard to diagnose… she is fine right now… and has a light case apparently… but needless to say it is distressing

                                              to a mom to find that her beloved daughter has this dreaded disease…. 

                                              i am grateful however.. that it is not cancer… πŸ™‚

                                               

                                              thanks again…

                                               

                                              M

                                              Linny
                                              Participant

                                                This is off-topic and I apologize, but I have no other means to get hold of you. Lyme Disease is frequently misdiagnosed as MS. The traditional treatments for MS involve taking immune-suppressing drugs and that's something you don't want to be on if you really have Lyme instead of MS because you'll just get sicker. Check out lymenet.org for more information on Lyme Disease, or google "Lyme Disease misdiagnosed as MS".

                                                4 scoops a day of Cellect can run into some serious money and some with active disease are on even higher doses than that. But the higher dose seems to just be short-term until the symptoms are under control. I'm taking between 1-2 scoops/day. If I'm going through a crappy spell, I up that to 3.

                                                I did notice that the gal in the blog is still in touch with Fred. I admire her tenacity in fighting melanoma.

                                                o2bcheri
                                                Participant

                                                  hi…

                                                   

                                                  yes.. it is $80 a jar.. which will last about a week if taking 4 scoops a day.. its definitely not free… compared to normal treatments its nearly free… but ins will not pay for it is the difference..

                                                   

                                                  i will say… Fred is a real human being.. he is not about $$ so much as he is about helping others..

                                                   

                                                  my daughter has MS… and he saw on FB that i had ordered a book on MS..  when i messaged him a happy birthday he messaged back asking about who had MS…he wrote me long and extensive messages about MS.. what could be the problem and why…  at the end of the day… he told me he would make sure my daughter had the cellect at no cost if necessary…  these people are caring and wonderful people… they have no problem spending hours with a person who comes to see them.. i spent 1.5 hrs on the phone with Robert about my daughter..

                                                   

                                                  unfortunately my daughter is a nurse.. and she is like so many of you.. she wants the traditional treatment.. sigh…

                                                   

                                                  i know in my heart of hearts.. that this stuff is the real deal… and combined with other natural things.. can help heal

                                                  cancer… it is painful to read the posts of those who have no options left.. and they do not want to veer off the path…

                                                   

                                                  i try.. its all i can do..

                                                   

                                                  xxx to all of you…

                                                  kthekhal
                                                  Participant

                                                    Yes, she still has cancer – but it is controlled and not spreading  – a BIG feat  if it was yervoy or some other western drug not to mention the disastrous side effects !

                                                    If the cancer can be controlled without ANY side effects , I would choose cellect which is almost free and does not need insurance hassles etc.

                                                    Come on guys ! there certainly exist other ways to deal with cancer apart from EXPENSIVE drugs (and I am a living example  – stage 3b and NED for 4 years  – no lymphadema  – nothing )

                                                    kthekhal
                                                    Participant

                                                      Yes, she still has cancer – but it is controlled and not spreading  – a BIG feat  if it was yervoy or some other western drug not to mention the disastrous side effects !

                                                      If the cancer can be controlled without ANY side effects , I would choose cellect which is almost free and does not need insurance hassles etc.

                                                      Come on guys ! there certainly exist other ways to deal with cancer apart from EXPENSIVE drugs (and I am a living example  – stage 3b and NED for 4 years  – no lymphadema  – nothing )

                                                    Mary-E
                                                    Participant

                                                      Actually this woman, Lisa, is still dealing with metastatic disease….just read further in her blog.

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