Ivan D. – oesophageal cancer
My name is Ivan and I am 62 years old. I am in a disability pension as I have gone through a heavy crash and underwent the total of nine surgeries. Last autumn I was diagnosed with diabetes. Thanks to this I have gone through a number of medical checks where they found more problems. The values were Increased and indicated that there was a lot of inflammation in the body.
All examinations of lungs, ears, dental, were negative but elevated levels of inflammation persisted. By the end of February 2017 I started to have swallowing problems and the doctor sent me for further gastro examination. They found that I had a malignant tumor which was confirmed by the histology. Then I was on the CT and it turned out that the tumor was bigger – 8 cm and metastasized to the nodes. In this situation doctors said that this tumor is inoperable and I have to undergo so-called preoperative chemotherapy and than (perhaps) the operation could be done.
When I got sick I was mentally exhausted because I was told that with this kind of tumour I had 25% chance of survival. The rest of my strength was enough to start browsing the internet for information about the illness. At the same time my friend recommended Penoxal so I read the details and then I did order it. I have been taking Penoxal 50 mg four times a day since the middle of March. I started the first chemotherapy cycle on April 21, 2017. During the medical interview my doctor advised me how it was gonna go. I mean the side effects that commonly occur during chemotherapy, sickness, constant feeling of vomiting, eventual vomiting, problems with faeces, diarrhea or constipation and other, of course hair loss as well..
I have met four patients in the hospital aged between 23 and 55 years. Every each of them without exception had problems with being very sick. They could not even eat while I had an extraordinary appetite. Other patients have confirmed to me that they have problems with extraction. I have no problem with urination and stools. All four of them lost their hair in the first cycle of chemotherapy between ten-days to three-weeks period. I have taken this photo yesterday. Doctors cannot believe my condition. I do. I am sure that I tolerate chemotherapy well because of long-term Penoxal taking since the right time. You can judge for yourself.
I would like to point out that doctors banned me from taking any natural products. They do not want to hear the fact that besides chemotherapy and radiation therapy there might be something else coming from mother nature. I take other food supplements beside Penoxal. I do not deny that they should be helpful too in fighting cancer.
During the check my doctor said: “I can not forbid you taking them but we do not like the patients doing their own experiments during treatment because they can only hurt themselves”. I am not celebrating yet and I’m entering the second cycle of chemotherapy. But if it goes as well as the first cycle I will be very happy. Of course with Penoxal in my pocket! Everything begins and ends with immunity. It’s a closed circle. Only occasionally the circle is disturbed and a serious health problem arises. For example my friend has very severe asthma and COPD. They have been trying for three years to heal him in few different hospitals and clinics, three years of infusion and heap of chemical drugs. The result is literally zero. So I recommended Penoxal and if I am right he has been taking it for a month and he is slowly getting better.
Remember two things. Positive mind and courage to fight. The oncology patient should definitely be under control even after the treatment. Cancer is treacherous in the fact that it can appear again. Perhaps elsewhere … So I will personally (after I get better and I will) take Penoxal preventively and for strengthening my immune system. My life is a lot of fun despite all the problems . I love my life despite all the problems.
There is another REALLY IMPORTANT THING …! Unfortunately cancer is very insidious so the FAMILY SUPPORT is very IMPORTANT for us… !!
Believe that if “WE ARE NOT ALONE IN THAT FIGHT” we have a much bigger chance of winning …! For yourself and your loved ones …!
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