Saturday, July 3, 2010

You Fight Cancer – Burzynski Treatment Weeks 28 & 29

You Fight Cancer – Burzynski Treatment Weeks 28 & 29
More Berries Please

Well good and stable news to report. The CT scan from a few weeks ago shows no change. Which considering the extremely low dosages of chemo drugs I’m taking this is good. The genetic blood test showed that my cancer DNA markers are still very high. 

So, my cancer has now been labeled “as a stable disease”, with the current treatment. Dr. Burzynski’s Clinic wants to add a 4th new chemo drug to my list of pills to see if we can keep progress going in the reduction of my tumors.  As I learn more about this new drug for colon cancer I will of course share that with you and I hope you pass it along to anyone that might benefit from this information. 

There will be no changes in the current drugs, so I would not estimate any changes to the rash either. For now anyway! 

If anyone would like more information on the extreme fatigue or on the rash, please drop me a comment below and I would be happy to share what we have learned.  I will not bore the rest of you with this stuff. It’s not very good stuff anyway. 

One reason I like this time of year is for the berries that are in season. I can never get too many and Lisa hears me all the time asking for more berries please. 

I don’t normally share information on this blog unless I have read, heard or watched the same information from multiple sources. The information I have gained on blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and cherries is nothing but amazing. 

I would not recommend the grocery store strawberries. Strawberries are grown a lot of times in greenhouses and are sprayed daily with herbicides, pesticides and fertilizer. Ever notice grocery store strawberries never go bad in your refrigerator?
David Wolfe is one of the people that talks about berries as does David Servan-Schreiber  in his book Anticancer: A New Way of Life (see book to right of this post).

Which means get to the Farmers Market in your area and get as organic a berry as you can. I just picked up 6 pounds of blueberries that are organically grown here in Kansas. Which 5 pounds of the 6 are now in my freezer. I would highly suggest that you freeze the berries on a cookie sheet first then put in a Food Saver type bag to keep them from freezer burn. Six pounds of blueberries normally do not last me all winter, but this year I have my own berries to eat for the Summer so that will save a few for the Winter. 

Blackberries will be next in this area then Raspberries. Raspberries and Blueberries offer some very amazing benefits to your well being so, please pass the berries!

Till Next Time: You KEEP Fighting Cancer and ENJOY the DAY!

1 comment:

  1. Do you remember me eating blueberry donuts and telling everyone I was eating health food. I eat frozen blueberries thawed out in my cereal which is Honey Bunch of oats. Use whipping cream on your berries not milk (Hiliand is best). I am convinced that Blueberries is the healthiest food you can eat. hoob