The purpose of posting these articles are of two fold:
1) Preventing Surgery Induced Metastasis
- A patient undergoing surgery, especially cancer patient must be aware of the risks involved in tumor removal. While the surgery can debulk much or most of the tumors to ease the burden on the body, at the same time, the surgery can cause the tumor to spread to other sites.
- Patients undergoing biopsy will also be exposed to the same risks.
- There are certain preoperative medication and supplements that a patient can take five days prior to the surgery to prevent surgery induced metastasis.
2) Preventing Metastasis In Cancer Patients
We now know that cancer does spread, namely a) from the primary site when the tumors reached a certain size, b) during surgery and c) during biopsy.
So whether a cancer person goes for surgery or not, it's a matter of time the cancer spread to other sites and when that happen, the patient is deemed to have reached stage 4. What these articles have shown is why must we wait to take medication and supplements just before operation to prevent the spreading? For stage 2 and 3 cancer patients, where the spreading has yet to occur, why don't these patients take those medication and supplement to prevent spreading while undergoing whatever treatments? More importantly for stage 4 cancer patients, why not also take the medication and supplement to prevent further spreading?
Like me, my tumors have already spread from my right kidney to my lungs. The natural progression is that it will continue to spread to the bones, liver and then the brain. So what I can do now is to start to take those medication and supplement to prevent further spreading.
Perhaps because I am not a doctor, my recommendation may seem bold but are based on research and clinical trials. It could prolong the cancer patient's life while in treatment and hopefully recovery and at the same time have a better quality of life. This is something for cancer patients to consider. You can read the full article here.
TABLE 1 - Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) Dosage
|MCP Application||Use (take on an empty stomach)|
15 grams/day (5 grams three times a day)
15 grams/day (5 grams three times a day). Take one week before procedure and two weeks after.
Heavy Metal Chelation
High body burden levels:
15 grams/day (5 grams three times a day). Lower body burden levels:
15 grams/day for 5 days a month, 5 grams/day the rest of the month
What You Need to Know: Modified Citrus Pectin
TABLE 2 - Cimetidine (commonly known as Tagamet®) Dosage
|Application||Use (take on an empty stomach)|
800 mg of cimetidine daily (400 mg twice daily)
Cimetidine: What You Need to Know