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Anticancer Update – Dr Royal, Dr Tom Wu – What To Do – I Know What It’s Like

Hubby has a great holistic doctor, Dr Royal from Nevada Clinic.  His staff is a wonderful crew – they make the place feel like a caring place.  Even smells different, not like bottles of medicines.

It is here that hubby gets intravenous bicarbonate and Vitamin C.

Later,  bicarbonate injections were also administered.

It seemed these direct injections into the large lump helped to decrease the size.

But I have to say Dr Tom Wu’s anticancer smoothie – the first one – might have caused a spurt of progress too – right after that first smoothie, that week, the lump decreased (also that week, hubby had a very good reiki session).

I am sure the integrated efforts of every protocol helped.

Hubby has not been back to a conventiona doctor since seeing the two specialists who told him he needed chemo, then later, radiation.

Dr Royal checks him with this machine that shows how the meridians in his body are working – whether they are within healthy ranges – that is the best way I know how to describe.

Homeopathics are then bottled according to frequencies and hubby drops them under tongue.

Overall, we see now that diet change was a must.  We had been fairly healthy regarding food and exercise before this journey.

Doctors who spoke to us earlier about chemo said “you can eat anything you want.”  Rubbish!  Put lousy gas in your car and see how it runs, and for how long.

We researched almost everything on the internet, and continue to do that.

Again, we are still learning but – I started this blog to help others who may be searching for anticancer solutions and I would like to share what we have researched.

UPDATE:  Oct 9 2009 – From last week, hubby stopped the bicarb IVs and the injection, and the Vitamin C IV.  He had some spasms in the back before that and he wanted to see if the IVs (particularly the bicarb) had run its course for him.  The spasms went away.  So he is increasing his powdered greens, continuing his Essiac, Wu’s smoothies, herbal supplements for the vital organs, stick to the diet, do his energy stuff.   He has started past life regression sessions (all thanks to the kindness of a practitioner who volunteered her expertise) and that is very interesting .   We also started meditation using the Silva method.  For him, it was the easiest thing to do.  He does the self-programming for health.  I am doing the same, for health and stuff.  Very easy to follow meditation.  I may explore more into the Silva method.  Hubby is doing great – or as Silva method will say, “he is in perfect health”.

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August 28, 2009 - Posted by | Hubby's Healing

6 Comments »

  1. I came across Dr. Tom Wu ‘s Smoothie recipes in a book shop during my home-coming holidays in Hong Kong this summer. (one of the top 10 best sellers at the moment). Back to Italy, I have been trying these smoothies using my “Bimby” (a very powerful mixer, German brand) to blend some healthy drinks for the family. Some weeks ago, one colleague revealed to me that her husband has been fighting against lung cancer for some time. Now I am trying to find out some truth in these recipes. It can make the difference of life & death. It is cruel to create illusions but just don’t want to lose precious chances to spread the cure. A few friends got breast cancer and really need such cure. So, please no joke and no lie.

    Comment by Anita | September 16, 2009 | Reply

    • If you have read my other entries, you will see that I am trying to locate Dr Tom Wu’s book on the smoothie formulas. My husband started his anticancer healing with Essiac tea, bicarbonate IVs, bicarbonate injections, Vitamin C IV, homeopathic remedies, diet change (whole grains, vegetables, fruits), then a little over a month ago, we came across Dr Tom Wu’s anticancer smoothie formula and started that as well. I cannot say if the smoothie has caused further shrinkage of the cancerous lumps because we are doing so many protocols, but we are continuing Dr Tom Wu’s smoothie, because we think it will help more than not. Since May, starting all the different treatments against this cancer, hubby is doing very well, the lumps have decreased, energy level is very good almost all of the time, sometimes he gets tired (but it seems this is usually during the times he is cleansing – he takes a System Cleanse tea that we got from http://www.herballygrounded.com).

      I did this blog hoping that there are others out there who may have stories to share about their anticancer journeys or share info we have researched and used that could perhaps help others – I have not, to this day, come across anyone, other than Dr Tom Wu, who can say they have personally used his smoothie formulas and were cured of cancer.

      Comment by notochemo | September 16, 2009 | Reply

  2. Hi,

    I too am trying to locate Dr. Wu’s book of smoothie formulas. Do you know if it’s available in English? And if so, what’s the title of the book?

    Thanks very much for your help.

    Comment by jo | October 31, 2009 | Reply

    • As far as I know, there is no English version, only Chinese (Mandarin) and Thai. My friend obtained the book in Singapore and what she translated, I have posted in this blog. My husband stopped Wu’s anticancer smoothie more than a month ago – he noticed he would get heartburn or this burping after the smoothie, then we noticed it after I cooked dinner with tomatoes, tested again with tomatoes with another meal, same thing. We decided to stop the smoothie for a while and see what happens. Wu’s recipes that I have are posted under “Recipes”. Hope what I have helps.

      Comment by notochemo | October 31, 2009 | Reply

  3. Thank you so much! I will definitely check under your Recipe section. If I may ask, which stage of cancer was your husband at when you guys tried the smoothie formulas? I have a family friend who recently got diagnosed w/ stage 4 cancer and I was wondering if Dr. Wu’s smoothie diet would be worth pursuing. I wonder which stage Dr. Wu was at too…

    Thanks again for your help!

    Comment by jo | November 1, 2009 | Reply

    • Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. The most obvious lump was huge as a baking potato. NOw it is 1/3 the size. If you read Hubby’s Healing, that may help you. Basically, we started with powdered herbs for the vital organs, a total change of diet, bicarbonate IVs, Vit. C IVs, then we added bicarbonate injections direct into the lump, lots of energy sessions (reiki, cranial reflexology, past life regressions, meditations, etc.). Hubby does not do vitamins (since they are processed with high heat, stearates are added as a filler to prevent gumming of the machines – I have this in my blog too), processed food, and his diet is mainly organic (about 95%). We have even changed our cooking oils (also in my blog.) I recently updated my blog about Wu’s smoothie – hubby started having heartburn and we monitored and found out tomatoes were troubling him, so we stopped Wu’s smoothie since it used tomatoes, heartburn is now gone, but hubby is able to eat tomatoes again, no problem. We will stick to powdered herbs, diet, energy sessions for now. I would not know what stage hubby is at right now according to conventional doctors since we have not been back to see them. YOu will see from my blog that we have a lot of herbs in capsules, teas and a tincture. I don’t know what stage Wu was at. Please contact me if there is anything else I can help you with (in case there is too much to look through my blog.)

      Comment by notochemo | November 1, 2009 | Reply


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