Day 7: Health Update & Putting It All Together

22 thoughts on “Day 7: Health Update & Putting It All Together”

  1. Caroline, is there any research or evidence (that you’ve uncovered) pro or con for using lymphatic drainage in massage therapy to aid in any of this or any other cancer disease?

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    1. I have been asked that question, honestly I have not done enough research to give you a helpful answer. I have heard good and bad, but haven’t actually taken the time to research lymphatic massages specifically.

      If someone is doing massages like that my guess is that doing coffee enemas would be a must as it’ll help in removal of toxins in the body.

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  2. Yay!!! That is such great news!! He is amazing! and so are you! Beautiful writing, thank you so much for sharing. You both in my prayers. I can’t wait to see the day you write “Ryan’s cancer free!”

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  3. Wow!!! The part about the lymph nodes under the arms was amazing, and very encouraging!!! You guys are kicking this in the TEETH! Thanks for the detailed updates on your blog! We’re watching closely, and I know thousands of others are as well…

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  4. I really enjoyed reading all the approaches your taking toward fighting cancer. I have known friends who were diagnosed and chose to ignore all the nutrition & detox help available…which made me sad….so I’m so glad to read that you are making good use of ALL good resources! My father was a pharmacist and also a chemistry teacher, so I learned that life is based on chemicals. Being Christian, it is understood that God rules over the natural world and yet we still live in the chemical world that He created. We will remember Ryan in our prayers. Praying for healing and wholeness in Jesus name!

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  5. I don’t know any more who to trust who to believe , I am stage 4 triple negative breast cancer, praying our Lord to guide me, I don’t know really don’t know

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    1. I’m so sorry to hear this Maha. It is very disheartening to learn that the very people we trust the most with our health aren’t necessarily as educated about what can bring healing to our bodies and eradicate cancer. I’m so sorry that you are faced with this ugly disease. Have you reached out to anyone to learn more about your options or what you can do? I know we have been able to connect many people who are also faced with this diagnosis and many are fighting it in so many ways.

      I pray for peace, hope and healing for you!

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  6. Thank you for this detailed account! I am stage 2 triple neg breast cancer and I am seeking treatment at Hope 4 Cancer in Tijuana, MX in the next few weeks. I am so excited to be able to receive alternative treatment and look forward to living a cancer-free life! Thank you again and I wish much success for your husband!

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  7. I read your blog and thought maybe you could give me some info regarding the mercury fillings. My diagnosis is NHL. I have 2 cracked teeth (probably from previous chemo) but mercury fillings are still in tact. I haven’t done anything about them yet because I don’t know how to proceed. I have heard that root canals are not good, but that is what dentist wants to do. I have been weighing pros and cons for root canal vs mercury fillings (having either sounds bad). I don’t know if best to just remove teeth or go ahead with root canal and solid porcelain crown. (I have had a root canal/crown done before my diagnosis. I now realize the difference between the crown I got, porcelain overlay of metal and not solid porcelain). Through your research for your husband, any suggestions? Thank you and God bless you and Ryan.

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  8. It is very exciting to see that the lymph nodes are getting smaller!

    I loved this that you said… “I am simply attempting to simplify into laymen’s terms what seems to be a highly complex disease” You probably didn’t say it for this reason but it made me think.. what if it’s actually not complex? Maybe it only seems to be complex because we have polluted the world we live in and we don’t live as God intended. (Such as GMOs, pesticides etc) Maybe if we all went back to living as God intended, cancer would vanish. (Assuming the earth was able to heal itself.. which it seems to be able to do.)

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    1. I completely agree with you . . . our bodies are meant to heal themselves. The Gerson diet comes from that belief that if we feed our bodies what it needs then the body can eradicate the cancer. 🙂

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  9. I’m really passionate about the holistic approach, thank you for sharing your story with all of us. I’m curious what happens after their set protocol. Are you saying if someone’s protocol is to stay at the hospital 3 weeks that they believe one will be cured that quickly or does treatment continue after you leave the hospital and where? Do you have to stay in Mexico or can one come back to the states?

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  10. You are truly an inspiration. My sister and her husband are also embarking on this journey soon as he was recently diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He is 46 and they have 2 small children. We are praying for a miracle. Thank you for writing about your journey it has given a lot of hope.

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  11. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS INFORMATION, I WILL BE AT CHISA ON JUNE, AND YOUR BLOG HAS HELPED ME A LOT. HOW IS RYAN DOING? MANY PRAYS FOR YOU BOTH.

    CARMEN ( FROM PERU)

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    1. Thank you, Carmen. So glad this has been helpful. CHIPSA was a big part of Ryan’s healing and a great way to get started on a healthier lifestyle and diet. They were instrumental as we figured out what Ryan needed health wise.

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  12. Amazing story. I’m planning to go to Chipsa myself, reading your blog is encouraging. I have been scammed before and almost died. I’m late stage so I feel like I’ve got one chance and I can’t make another mistake. Keep the spirits up, healing and love energies your way!

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