Hi everyone, well it has been a little over three weeks since my diagnosis. I did find out that the suspected lymph node in my neck that showed up on the PET scan is not cancer, so I am stage 3b now.
In the last three weeks my breathing has greatly improved and the chest pain has all but disappeared. I still have coughing spells especially at night but that is also decreasing. I am feeling so much better, I added a few things to my regimen and it seems to be helping a lot.
I hope you are all doing well, keep fighting, this thing can be whipped, that I am sure of.
Here is what I am currently taking/doing:
1500mg DCA in the morning w/500mg B1 (4 days on, 1 day off)
I drink a gallon of Iced tea a day, so I have that covered
4.5 mg naltrexone 11:00 pm each night
Iscador injection every other day
Tagamet 2x per day - http://www.second-opinions.co.uk/cimetidine.html
21mg Melatonin before bed
Bounce on mini trampoline for 3 minutes 6x/day or more, to get lymph system working and clear out toxins so immune system can work properly. - http://www.healingdaily.com/exercise/effects-of-rebounding-on-the-lymphatic-system.htm
I am not suggesting that this is will work for everyone but it is helping me. In the next week or so I will be adding a couple more items I am researching that will I hope deal my cancer its death blow. I intend to kick cancers butt before it kicks mine.
I am not doing chemo/radiation at this time. I saw a radiation oncologist Wed. He told me and I quote " If you do radiation/chemo, It Will Bring You To Your Knees." Doesn't sound very fun to me. Of course chemo/radiation is a personal choice and I respect those who make the decision to do it.
God Bless, Paul
PS: anyone living outside the US who can help me get more DCA please let me know, Thanks!