* "My first day at the Get Well Center was October 27, 2015. After low dose chemo, cleansing detoxification, IV immune boosters, oral supplements, and a vegetarian-like diet, I am doing well.
To say I am doing well is probably an understatement. Prior to coming to the Get Well Center I was diagnosed with 2 primary cancers; grade 3 (highest grade and most aggressive) endometrial cancer that had spread to my neck, meaning now stage 4, metastatic cancer.
According to my last CAT scan (03/03/16) the uterine tumor has ceased to live, and the notable metastatic site in my neck is less then half the size it had been.
My other primary cancer is non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, which was discovered around the same time as the uterine cancer. At that time my lymphoma doctor said that I was in the beginning stages, and at that time I did not need chemo for that, and may never need it for the lymphoma.
I will see my lymphoma doctor in a few weeks for re-evaluation. I suspect his evaluation will be about the same, as the CAT scan showed the lymphoma to be stable.
Here are some facts that may be of interest to you: I am 69-years-old, not fail, but certainly not robust. Other than a period of about 6 weeks during which I received chemo, I have been able to continue hiking. I am not back to doing 5 mile hikes 4 to 5 days a week. My fellow hikers are amazed!
During this battle with cancer I have lost a bit of my hair, but my guess is that it will grow back. I also shed a lot of weight - 50 lbs since around August of last year. I did, though, have weight to lose.
I have had nausea at times with the chemo, but no vomiting, and should I have kept my part-time job, I would have only missed one or two days at most.
During my treatment I have never used any pain killers, not one aspirin, nothing. Personally, I subscribe to the medical motto: "First Do NO Harm", and to me treating the body as a whole makes more sense than does violently attacking it with full blown chemotherapy, etc.
Cancer is nothing to take lightly, and I will continue to monitor my situation, eat right, rest, exercise, adn use the necessary supplements to best maintain my health.
The Get Well Center has a multi-pronged approach. Quality of life is key. Their method of targeted chemo, detoxification with supplements that boost the immune system, and a diet that starves the cancer cells while nourishing the healthy cells makes a lot of sense to me.
I would encourage anyone thinking of a gentler alternative to cancer treatment to visit the Get Well Center, and don't hesitate to ask questions. I am sure that Mrs. Chung and her staff will do their best to help you, as they have me. "
*Results may vary from person to person.