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    I had a near fatal lung issue and nearly died. The thing that saved my life was sleeping under the far infrared rainbow made by mps global. That plus drinking tons of herbal teas i made by throwing in all different detoxing herbs saved my life. I followed a detox protocol with juicing, minerals, vitamin C etc. Cancer is just toxins in the organs. It's also cause we breath in heavy metals, so chelation with non-mercury chlorella is also good. Also, another thing that saved me was salt therapy. I went to a salt therapy clinic and breathed in salts. IT works really well! I also bought a thing that allowed me to steam salt into my lungs. This is what works best for me to help me to breath.

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    Just to let you all know, just in case your interested
    Back home now after surgery to remove the piece of lung that was cancerous. According to the quack, prognosis is very good. All affected tissue removed and none of the lymph nodes affected. Round of chemo in the near future to eradicate any that may be left, which they seriously doubt. I knew there was nowt to worry about. The apricot kernels were eaten with gusto. Seems to have helped?
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    Vitamin K and lots of it. Much research via Google scholar and good results being had. Vitamin K1 and K2 are from food. Vit K3 - man made is toxic to humans.

    Vitamin K5 is also man made but is achieving great results - Good to take with Vitamin D and probably Vit A

    "Vitamin K, 4-amino-2-methyl- 1-naphthol hydrochloride, a water soluble analog of vitamin K has been shown to possess an antimicrobial activity toward many bacteria, molds, and yeast."

    It appears you cant buy it. If you want to make your own and you have a chemistry bent - here it is a PDF... http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xm...pdf?sequence=1

    http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2010/...tamin-K_01.htm

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    There is a procedure that I know of...

    It's called Lung Reduction Surgery, where the damaged part

    is removed, thus preventing futher damage taking place.

    All the best my friend

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    Quote Posted by Tane Mahuta (here)
    There is a procedure that I know of...

    It's called Lung Reduction Surgery, where the damaged part

    is removed, thus preventing futher damage taking place.

    All the best my friend

    TM
    Well I have had the nasty bit taken away, so hopefully they got the lot.
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    Well, just to let you know. Went to the hospital yesterday to see how everything has panned out. Was told by the Drs that the treatments has gone better than expected and there is now no sign of the cancer anymore.

    Not one to say "I told you so" but.........
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    Hi friend go look for the cure on the people friend and voice -youtube, simple- "Cure for cancer" what you resonate with will be your fix. No fear no guilt you are where you are meant to be. love from the heart and peace to the mind and body.

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