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craig

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Posted - 02/12/2007 :  23:59:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I also want to thank you Dan for the fine web site that you have created. I am also using the Cymilium cream and have completed about three weeks of treatment. The areas of concern are on my face especially my nose and forehead. I am not sure about the results at this time and may have to either buy more or attempt to make my own preperation. I will let you know what happens.

I was diagnosed over a year ago with a malignant nodular melanoma that was removed to have it biopsied and was told to have surgery and possibly chemotherapy in which I declined both. I have had two blood cancer profiles run by Dr. Schandel of Hollywood, Florida and he has confirmed the presence of cancer in my blood (drats) I have gone with alternative medicins featuring Biotics Research Intenzyme Forte (Enzymes), Hydrozyme (Digestive Enzyme) Standard Process Nutrition and Garden of Life formulas. Forgot to mention using the Budwig Protocol of flax oil and cottage cheese but lately I have gotten very lax about this and would rather take flax oil straight or in tablets. I know that Dr. Mercola does not recommend flax oil rather fish oils now.

Anyway I seem to be doing very well these days and will be going to have my blood re-examined very soon for an update.

I am writing all of this to say that I believe that the biggest influence on my health seems to be the enzymes, so when I read this site proclaiming possible topical benefits with Pancreatin enzymes I was willing to give it a try. I hope that we can get this board up and running with daily posts so that more knowledge is exchanged.

sincerely,
Craig
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