Colon Cancer Stage 3 C
February 14, 2007
February 14, 2007
I was diagnosed with colon cancer 2/14/07 at 62
years of age. That same day I visited my primary care physician, Dr. Robert Milne, who prescribed Poly-MVA.
After taking Poly-MVA only a few days, I began to feel
stronger despite being severely anemic from the colon cancer lesion causing bleeding.
In early March I had a right hemi-colectomy (half of my colon removed) and post surgical pathology report revealed
cancer had permeated my bowel
wall and spread to nine lymph nodes, making the cancer stage 3C which I learned statically provides 40-45% chance
of surviving five years.
My oncologist encouraged me by
saying my odds were more like 50%
with surgery alone, and that
chemotherapy would improve that
outlook. I took Poly-MVA throughout
all of my treatments, stopping it 48
hours before until 48 hours after
Each time when I restarted the Poly-MVA, I experienced
a rapid recovery from the previous chemo treatment. I completed eight rounds of chemotherapy, which
I tolerated much better than I ever imagined I would, a fact I attribute to the Poly-MVA. In August 2007,
I had a PET scan which showed no residual colon cancer.
However, the PET scan did show a small spot on my breast, which turned out to be
stage 1C breast cancer, a tumor that
my oncologist estimated had been there at least two years and probably longer. This tumor was HER positive which made it potentially aggressive, yet it was grade
1 ( slower growing) and had other favorable reducing its lethality, I had a mastectomy and four rounds of chemo,
stopping Poly-MVA 24 hours before until 24 hours after each treatment. Again, the Poly-MVA helped me recover from each treatment and I tolerated the treatments
better than expected.
Then I had five more months of Herceptin without stopping the Poly-MVA. I was prescribed an aromatase inhibitor
which causes a post-menopausal woman's estrogen to drop to undetectable levels, but I experienced the side effects
of episodic arrhythmia and stopped the drug. Now I take only Poly-MVA and a few other supplements.
As I write this testimonial in
April 2010, I have had three more clear PET scans. I chose to use all tolls available to treat the cancer-Poly-MVA,
chemo, lots of veggie juice, daily walking, yoga, and other supplements given to me by Dr. Milne.
I would never, ever have chemo without
Poly-MVA. I believe without
the Poly-MVA not only would I have had more negative side effects from the chemo; I would not have had the same
I believe the Poly-MVA saved my life.
I have an extensive history of cancer in my family, and I intend to continue taking Poly-MVA indefinitely both
to avoid a recurrence of the colon and breast cancers and to prevent a future new cancer.
It is now
5 years since I was
diagnosed with stage 3C
have no recurrence of either
the colon or breast cancer.
While I realize there are
never guarantees, I am
delighted to have reached
the 5 years mark, and I
believe PolyMVA has helped
me get to this point.
Indeed, I believe Poly saved
take Poly at a dosage of 2
tsp 3 times a day, but this
dosage may be reduced to
twice a day when I see my
doctor in a few weeks.
I plan to take
Poly for the rest of my life
since there is a
high incidence of cancer in
my family and I have been
diagnosed with 2 primary
cancers. My experience with
Poly is extremely positive
and I regularly recommend it
to family, friends and
acquaintances who encounter
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