My father has melanoma that can't be found but that metasisised into 2 brain tumors. The medical community is only recommending chemotherapy but with a poor prognosis. We are looking desperately to go another way. Has anyone had good or bad results trying the 35% food grade peroxide in water?
6 May 2012
I have been using food grade hydrogen peroxide for a few years. I have had no side effects from it. I have used it on my cat who had huge tumors on her underside. I am happy to report her tumors are almost gone. I am now treating another cat with the same type of tumors but much larger. The reason I mention my cats is that their blood structure is the same as humans. I'm sure I will get a lot of feedback on this posting but that is their opinion.
I believe that the food grade hydrogen peroxide may work.
Keep me posted if you decide to use it.
12 Jan 2013
My 80 year old husband was diagnosed with non small cell (squamous) lung cancer in September 2012. 3months prior we had started taking the food grade peroxide in distilled water as directed in the book The One Minute Cure. He had 3 right lung masses..the largest was 45mm diameter. His Dr encouraged him to stop taking it during Chemo which he did..24 hours before. His first CT after 2 large chemo doses (he rec'd 1 dose every 3 weeks) showed the tumors..ALL..were now at or nearly half the size! The 46mm mass was 25mm, the 18mm mass was now 9mm. His Dr called the results FANTASTIC! and said was better than he had expected after all 4 scheduled doses!! My husband remained off the drops thru the next 2 large chemo doses..and the CT scan taken a week ago..shows almost no change at all. For us..that's proof enough..he is back on the drops. Pray things went well for you.
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