When I was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer with mets to lungs and liver, I was thrown into the 'hell in your head' state of fear as all of you know so well. That was in November last year, after they took the breast off. They hadn't realised the spread then. Well we all know what that prognosis is.
I started chemo on the first premise ( diagnosis) that the cancer had been contained with clear margins, and chemo would sweep up any loose cells and there was a good chance of being 'cured'. So, I carried on with the prescribed four rounds. As well as the chemo, I began an organic diet without any refined sugar and I used cannabis oil to alleviate the chemo symptoms. I never took their drugs for chemo side effects at all. Long story short. Just had second scan since diagnosis and the tumour has continued to shrink for the nine weeks I have been OFF chemo. It's almost gone. I am doing the Rick Simpson Protocol currently and began that a week after the last chemo stopped. I have suffered some awful spontaneous detoxing sessions one lasting a week ( when you just don't know what to do with yourself), and I'm not out of the woods. But it's good news and I am sharing because God knows, here, we all need some of that!