It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, and had I been more patient, if I’d gone in when the PET scan was originally scheduled, I would have been labeled as “in remission.” In about four weeks, I’ll be in complete remission. I have no doubt about that.
Technically, I had five tumors, even though only four new ones had arrived on the scene. One had been radiated, but in the last PET scan this summer it still showed a lot of residue, which usually lasts for several months. That happened with my other tumors. That was the tumor in my pelvis. Well, in this PET scan result, it was completely GONE. No residue what-so-ever! I was shocked!
On top of that, the tumor in my right rib is GONE. There’s no sign that it was ever there!
And finally, out of the three tumors in my lymphnodes, one completely DISAPPEARED! There are no signs it was ever there. As for the two left in the lymphnodes: one is almost completely GONE (the test results read: “There is almost complete resolution of abnormal . . . [cells]”). And the other has shrunk so significantly that the doc isn’t worried a bit about it!
When he walked into the office, he said, “Your PET scan looks great!” And he went on to explain what I shared above. He then sat down and said, “Whatever you’re doing, keep doing it. It's working." He leaned forward, elbows on his knees. "What are you doing?”
I handed him my paper listing: B17, B15, Zinc Citrate, and Pancreatic Enzymes.
He said, “Since you’re not on any treatment plan from us, I don’t see any reason for you to keep seeing us. And what you’re doing seems to be working better than anything we have to offer. You should continue with your current treatments and go live your life.” He said this “live your life” statement at least three times. It was after this he showed us the PET scan photos, and when done, shrugged and said, “I don’t even see anything that I would note as a problem. There’s nothing new and what is there has diminished. You should get off this aggressive scanning schedule and live your life.”
I asked about my blood work, and he said it looks very good, and he added with a chuckle, “Better than mine.” He also said I didn’t have any signs of Graft vs. Host disease (GVHD), and he even said I never had it. I was surprised by this because my other doc (oh, this is a new oncologist, btw. My original one left to invent a new drug for cancer). Anyway, my other doc believed I indeed had GVHD. Anyway, he said, unless I have symptoms, don’t come in.
He was very impressed, and asked if I was seeing another doc who subscribed these treatments. I lifted my book WORLD WITHOUT CANCER and said, "I’m 'seeing' the docs in this book." He wrote down the title, and hopefully, he’ll read it.
In the meantime, I’ve come home, and I’m LIVING my LIFE!
I want to literally shout this news from the rooftops, but I have a cold, and I’m losing my voice!!!! I can’t stand it! I want to tell the world! LOL
Thank YOU God! xxx THANK YOU!!!!
This was the SONG going through my head on the way home.