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Thanks Suzycmcheese.   I appreciate your kinds words.

 

I was just really feeling down that night and had so much bottled up and felt like I was running out of time.  I needed to make a decision to go for Colorado or Oregon.  Luckily because of some wonderful people willing to help me, I chose Oregon.  On the other hand, as much as I try to stay positive, I just wish no one would have to go through this just to get what they felt would help them the most.  When I see all these everyday things around me that are not only legal, but advertised, but horrible for you.  Or like beer and liquor or cigarettes, all legal and sold every where you go.  All kinds of horrible effects.  Then you have a miracle plant that could helps everyone on the this planets is some shape or form.  But just because of a handful of very powerful men in key positions, we are left to fight for what is right.  I am going to heal myself, with the help of these amazing people.  Then I am going to go back to my doctors, if you can really call them that, and say, "see, I cured my cancer".   I just hope the chemo I was briefly on didn't have too much effect on me.  Although, I have had issues with my memory and sometimes I can't really articulate what I want to say well.  I seem to trip on my words which I never really had that problem before.  I also think I have nerve damage from the radiation.  They were melting my skins off basically.  It was dying and coming off in layers.  And on top of that, and that was my rectum, hips, and abdomen area.  I am healed up pretty well and I took it very well because of the shape I was in before all this and how well I ate.  My cancer or I want to say more like inflammation that got out of control, was caused by something I was being exposed to through the various places I had to go because of my profession.  Also was exposed to lots of vaccines.  More so than the average person, a lot more.

 

So I have a positive feeling that I am going to get the help I need with all this now, thanks to some good people.  

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Hi

I believe I met you today! I just now read your post. I am amazed that you decided to come here and spend your money on a chance, but you did it! Here you didn't know that there is a huge group of us cannabis activists/users who are caring compassionate and cute to boot! Sorry you have to go through a tough time, especially so young. But have no fear, you are in the right place and there is a huge extended family here! 

 

I would like to show you around Oregon one day when you are up to it! I know you will make several life long friends here, and surround yourself with healing vibes so you can go back home and live the rest of your long healthy life! I hope you are sleeping like a baby tonight!.....m

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Looks like everything worked out and you are now medicated and working on tolerance! Good luck brother Drayco, we are here at your six, if you need us.

 

Semper Fi bro!

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Just wanted to thank you all again.   Graywolf and eloquentsolution are amazing people.  Helped me get the meds and helped me with the process to get legal.  Thank you both so much.  Will update you both with the progress and how I'm doing.

 

Hey Mednurse, it was nice meeting you.  Sorry I didn't get back to you.  Have been sleeping a lot.  :)  

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I have the oil and I am taking as much as I can.  Just feels as if the tumor is still getting bigger.  I'm starting to have problems going to bathroom again.  I don't know what to do.

 

To the point where I am just going to stop eating.  I really don't want to go back on chemo and I don't want to do the surgery.  I don't know what options I have left.  I was putting all the hope I had left in the oil working.   

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Feeling better now.  I was reading that when cancer cells are dying, it causes inflammation in response.  So when you're doing a regiment to help cure yourself, you might actually get a little worse before you start getting better. 

 

I have also been juice fasting for the last few days which is helping.  Starting taking liquid zeo-lite as well.  Even starting drinking essiac tea with milk thislte in it to help support my liver while it's dealing with eliminating toxins from my body.

 

Will keep you updated on the progress.  

 

I do know I had some wounds that wouldn't heal.  I think from the radiation.  It was like a under ground pimple but wasn't.  More like a cyst or something.  Painful and was only getting worse.  When I got the oil, I started putting the oil on the aggravated area and it is going away.  Started to shrink, not painful anymore, scabbed over and fell off, and is turning a pinkish color.   Really awesome.  Only thing I put on it was the oil.   

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Whoop, whoop, lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu llu!!!!!!!!!!!!1 You go bro!

 

Your suppositories are ready, when you're ready. Ah sincerely believe in kicking a tumor when its down and generally showing it no quarter.

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so update time.  It's a good update too. 

 

So I've been on the oil regiment for about 2 or 3 weeks now.  Everyday.  Have been doing about 4 to 5 drops every 2 hours or so or just when I feel I need some. 

 

The pain is all but gone.  My blood work is in normal ranges.  I am able to go to the bathroom much better, I just overall feel better, and haven't done any chemo since the end of December.  I have been eating raw organic for the last 2 weeks as well.  Juice fasting for 2 days at a time.  Putting organic turmeric on everything and taking a high quality organic turmeric supplement.  I am exercising again.  My energy levels are coming back.  But most importantly, the pain is not there.  I can't tell you how painful it is to have a tumor in your colon.  The throbbing pain I had shot all the way down my leg like pulses.  Within minutes of taking the oil, the pain is gone.  My oncologist keeps calling me and setting me up for appointments to come in and start chemo.  I literally had messages from his office.  Then when I went to have my port flushed and blood work done, they almost wouldn't let me
leave.  They kept saying sir we have to start your treatment. Sir Sir!  So annoying..  I'm like no.  I'm good.  

 

So I am going to continue to monitor my condition.  If things keep going the way they are, I should be good.  IF that's the case, I have a story, a documented story to tell.  I know you guys will help me.  I also plan another OR trip very soon.  

 

I also plan on very soon sitting down and recapping all the events.  

Thanks everyone.  You guys are amazing and you know who you are! 

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Lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu lu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You go bro!

 

Always a pleasure to support a motivated active participant with such a good attitude!

 

Looking forward to your next visit. Tea and crumpets are on me!

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I'm glad your doing better Drayco, this place continues to amaze me with stories of compassion and caring. You could not be in better hands than with the team you have helping you kick that cancers a$$ , I will continue to pray that PIF will help you recover and you will enjoy great health permanently :)

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Hey everyone!   

 

Got my blood work done yesterday.  My blood work was the best it's been since I started having it checked this time last year.  Everything was better.  It's crazy! 

 

I am feel better and pain is going away.  

 

Feeling better and better everyday!  

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Hey guys.  

 

Another quick update.  I had a more extensive check of my blood done.  Checking for circulating tumor/cancer cells.  Anyways, my CEA number was 2.0   

 

That is very good news.  That's even with me smoking flower pretty much everyday.  Apparently your CEA number may be higher for smokers.  I don't smoke nasty cancer sticks though.   

 

Here's some info on CEA numbers..   



The CEA test is designed specifically to monitor the response of cancers to therapies prescribed by the doctor. This is especially used in patients recovering from colon cancer. The tests may also be used to check for recurrences of the disease.

CEA is a marker which is indicative of cancer, but not all cancers produce this protein. It is important to note that a test that is positive for CEA may not always be indicative of cancers. It is due to this reason that this test is not used to screen for cancers.

The CEA blood test normal range is from 0 to 2.5 micrograms per liter. In people who smoke regularly, this normal range is slightly increased. For them, the CEA blood test range is 0 to 5 micrograms per liter. Values slightly higher than this are accepted as normal. However, if the CEA values are considerably higher, further testing may be prescribed by the doctor to look for possible cancerous growths in the various parts of the body. Further testing is required because abnormal CEA levels do not always indicate presence of cancers.

While normal value ranges differ from one lab to another, 0-2.5 micrograms per liter is generally accepted as the universal normal range for CEA markers.

Submitted by N on January 27, 2012 at 05:04

What are Normal CEA Levels?

CEA is a protein marker indicative of several types of cancers, especially colon cancer. The CEA normal levels are different for smokers and nonsmokers. Usually, for adult nonsmokers, the normal CEA levels range from 0 to 2.5 mcg/l. For adult smokers, the levels are slightly higher, and normal levels range from 0 to 5.0 mcg/l. This difference in normal values is because smokers usually produce more CEA than nonsmokers. However, nonsmokers, who are constantly in close contact with secondhand smoke may also have high CEA levels, without really having any kind of cancer.

For those who have CEA levels higher than 5.0 mcg/l, the test is usually indicative of cancer. However, in some cases, people may have higher levels of CEA without having cancers in their body. CEA levels that are around 20 mcg/l or higher, may be indicative of severe cancers that have metastasized. However, those with inflammatory conditions may also have high levels of CEA. Further tests are immediately ordered by the doctor if the test results are in the positive range. For those who havecancer, the CEA tests are usually prescribed to check for recurrences. The tests may also be used to track the severity of the medical condition or evaluate the efficiency of a given treatment for cancer.

Submitted by N on January 18, 2012 at 11:37

Carcinoembryonic Antigen

Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) is a protein that is found in many types of cells. It is associated with tumors or a developing fetus. Blood levels of this protein disappear after birth. In adults, CEA may be a possible sign of cancer. The CEA test is performed to monitor the severity of cancer or tumors in the patients. The values obtained after the CEA test indicates the response of body to the therapy. So, CEA values are used as a marker mainly for colon cancer. They are also used for breast cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancers, and liver cancer. If the CEA test is positive it doesn't always imply that the patient is suffering from some form of cancer. So a confirmatory test is usually performed after the positive CEA test.

When the tumors or cancer is in its early stage, the CEA values observed are slightly higher, whereas in patients with advanced tumors the CEA values are likely to be very high. The elevated concentration of CEA may indicate that a cancer is present. But increased CEA levels may also indicate non-cancer conditions such as inflammation, liver cirrhosis, breast disease, and peptic ulcer. This means elevated CEA levels are suggestive, but not diagnostic of cancer,

Generally, it is found that the CEA values are higher in smokers than in non-smokers. However, smokers can have CEA values up to twice the normal range when compared to non-smokers and yet not have cancer. For the CEA test, a blood sample is taken using a needle which is inserted in a vein in the arm. CEA is only good for reference; you have to take other tests such as a CT scan, ultrasound or PET to confirm a case.

The test helps to determine whether cancer is present in the body. When the symptoms suggest the possibility of cancer, the individual must take a CEA test before starting the cancer treatment. It is recommended to take the test during the intervals of the therapy and even after the cancer therapy to monitor the condition. A decreasing CEA level means that the body is responding well to the treatment. A stable or increasing CEA level may mean that the tumor is growing. A serial CEA measurement over a period of time shows the trends in the progression or regression of the disease. When the CEA level is abnormally high before surgery or other treatment, it is expected to fall to normal following successful surgery.

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Oh and as you can see, CEA numbers are used as a marker mainly for colon/rectum cancers.  I have rectal cancer.  So my CEA number was 2.   Ah! :) 

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Good news bro!  Whoop, whoop, awhoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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