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Ann-Ohio
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A friend has CLL (Chronic lymphocytic leukemia) . Has had cancer removed from skull. Was treated for Lyme disease some time ago. Now feels Lyme disease symptoms have returned. Any ideas about
treatment for either or both?

Guess I should put this on the medical board.
Ann

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A good LLMD, I guess.

Ty Bollinger at The Truth About Cancer has lots of info about how to treat cancer naturally. Three docuseries now. I posted noted for two of them here awhile back. The series are Quest for the Cures and A Global Quest. Then there's the recent Asian tour one with all their suggested remedies.

Also Chris Wark's website, Chris Beat Cancer.

Many people with all kinds of cancers are able to turn them around and live.

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t9im
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Hi Ann:

Call me crazy but I came across this blog over the weekend and it is about a patient with small cell cancer and he ended up taking Panacur C (a parasitic used to tread canine intestine parasites)

Not sur if true but what the hey?

https://www.mycancerstory.rocks/single-post/2016/08/22/Shake-up-your-life-how-to-change-your-own-perspective

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There IS a leukemia related to mast cell diseases. Lyme can cause mast cell disease.

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I just watched this over the weekend on the chronic Lyme disease summit.

https://d2taktuuo4oqx.cloudfront.net/2019/lyme19/transcripts/Connie_Strasheim.pdf

Nutrients and Supplements for Lyme and anti-cancer;

High dose I.V. Vitamin C
Kills Lyme and cancer cells and repairs tissues

Vitamin D, Vitamin K, and magnesium. Magnesium and Vitamin K INCREASES vitamin D absorption. It increases survival rates, kills cancer cells supports immune system. Also get sunshine.

Pancreatic enzemyes
Strips down and removes biofilms, also strips cancer cells of fibrims and cancer proteins off of cancer cella and kills them. Follow with coffee enemias to clear die off toxins.

Green Tea
EGCG compounds food in green tea directly kills cancer cells. I.V's are available for cancer patients.

Probiotics
Kills pathogens in the gut, aids immune and digestive systems. Eat fermented foods.

Frankincense (Boswellia)
Kills cancer cells

Omega Essential Oils and fatty acids
Helps Inflamation in brains, reduces brain swelling and helps prevent cancer.

Melatonin
Artemesia
Sauna therapy
HBOT
Exercise
CBD oil from cannabinol
Juicing green drinks ( dandelion, beet root, parsley, pear, Apple)
Coffee enemias
Dry brushing
Get rid of EMFields

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Here is a follow up link where John Hopkins is doing follow up work on Fenbendazole the anti parasitic as a brain cancer treatment.

Parasite treatment may help people with brain cancer.

https://www.baltimoresun.com/health/bs-xpm-2014-05-09-bs-hs-pinworm-cancer-drug-20140506-story.html

So not just a blogger on the internet.

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