Wednesday, May 2, 2012

84. Don: Colon Rescued from Cancer Don had given me permission to share this letter with you .Don was diagnosed with colon cancer and the prognosis was dismal. He had had 2 rounds of chemo and was about to embark on his third. Part of his colon had been removed. Don’s sister had been to one of my cancer seminars in October 2011. She contacted me on January 19 2011 saying her brother was dying, and could I help. Needless to say I was only too happy to. Chemotherapy was recommended by his doctor, and that was not what Don really wanted to do. The information his sister had gained at the October seminar impressed her enough to encourage Don to set up a consultation with me to discuss the Paw Paw program. In January 2012 Don did just that. He ordered the Paw Paw Program for colon cancer. In January 24, 2012.Don went off the sugar foods , grains, legumes, dairy. Daily he made a Super Food Smoothie which contained Flax Seed Oil with Lignans, Collatrim Plus, Protein powder, Solstic, berries and avocado. He also took Mineral Chi Tonic, Chlorophyll, Super Omega 3, Paw Paw , Protease Plus, Cat’s Claw, Heavy Metal Detox, Probiotic 11 , MC, Silver and Colostrum. On January 24, 2012, Don cancelled the third chemo the day before it was due to begin, and ordered the Nature’s Sunshine products instead. “Cancelling the chemo is a real relief. I don’t think I will miss anything positive by cancelling.” Don took this program very seriously, as time was of essence. He also ordered Mud Pies and Practical Solution to the Cancer Injury by Donna Roth. These I sent him immediately. At the end of January Don started the program. Three months later April 25, 2012 i.e. Don writes: “Despite not having contacted you for a while, I have been doing my best to follow the Paw Paw and diet protocols. I'm feeling good. I've lost about 25 pounds (a really nice bonus) and my blood sugar is under better control than it has been for a long time. The diet is a bit restrictive, but definitely doable, and I'm getting better at working with it. Most of the stuff I no longer eat is not a big deal, but I do miss the convenience of bread. Oh well. Just got some great news! I asked my oncologist for a CEA* blood test to see what's going on with my cancer. I had gotten to the point that I really needed to get some feedback on what is happening, whether the news was good or bad. The results came back a few minutes ago. The result was 119.8, down from 208.5 in January , 2012 (normal is 0-5). The five prior tests since about this time last year all showed increases, so this is a nice change in the trend. I'm interpreting this to mean that I am making great progress in the right direction, but there is plenty more to go. I'm going to try to get another CEA test in a couple of months and hope it will be even lower.” We are thrilled for Don, and will be checking in with him two months down the road to see what his next CEA shows. Meanwhile, Don is continuing to go full out on the Paw Paw program, and we are sure this can only mean there will be ‘plenty more’ good news. Jacquelyn Johnston