Opting out of the oncological 50 Shades of Grey submissive dominant patient doctor bullsh-t…

Last year I went for my first mammogram, my first ultrasound, my first core needle biopsy, & my first oncologist appointment…One of the things I noticed was I didn’t get to see my own pictures…

Yes, you can request things after the rush part, but the way it worked was “they” looked at your photos & video & “they” told you what you had based on their parameters…

I noticed that my opinion about just about anything was not interesting for anybody…So last year I opted out of all the bullsh-t…

I figured out a way to take my own pictures…

I figured out a way to alter the course of the path of my dumb lump…

I feel healthier than I have in 20 years, maybe ever, & I feel happy that I am not going through this 50 Shades of Grey submissive position thing that is going on with women & their men doctors…(or the submissive thing with a dominant type female doctor-which was one of the new flavours of people I got to try)…

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A the end of Book 3 of my series, I discovered how to turn a malignant lump to a benign lump…

NOT how to get rid of the lump itself, but how to change its chemistry…

I also devised a way to take my own pictures to track size & chemistry changes for myself…

Once I figured out how to disarm the grenade in my breast, I stopped worrying about eradicating the lump itself…

The whole size shrinkage dilemma thing…

I just wanted to kill the “mold” that could make it spread…Phosphorus…Mold…

My theory was that Copper kills mold…My brother helped me to choose a Copper thing that the body absorbs well…We chose Licorice root…

It worked & I could see my lump’s chemistry clearing up…

I had read a giant paper about what cancer looks like & what the Phosphorus part looks like & I had seen real pictures of the Phosphorus on a lump so I knew what to look for in my own pictures…

When I started with Licorice root tincture(I used St. Francis), within maybe even 24 hours, my picture showed the lump surface was clearing…

I took Licorice root in some form or other for the whole year…That was my biggest discovery…

Now I am just working on getting rid of a relatively safe benign lump…

ps.I was told by a woman that she thinks Licorice root is estrogenic…

I even saw studies that said so much…

For the record about that-Licorice root is a Copper like Coffee or Tea…

Estrogens, like Phosphorus based things, like mold, like ejaculate(sorry), are the total opposite to Copper…

I have no idea which scientists decided that Copper makes mold worse but they are wrong…

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  1. Sari

    http://www.thermologyonline.org/Breast/breast_thermography_who.htm
    That is an awesome link you found in London! They have a page about “who should have a thermogram”…On the page is something that says that if you are under 50, a tumor can double in 80 days…50-70 it can take 157 days…Over 70 more like 188 days…Which means to me that as you get older, if you have chosen not to have surgery, so you still have a lump somewhere, the tumor growth rate slows down…Since I was diagnosed DCIS Easter 2014, at the age of 47, theoretically as I get older, the risk of growth slows down…It also means if I am able to have controlled & shrunk it in this past year, that when I hit menopause, my work will get easier…I find that new piece of knowledge very comforting as I look into the future…Thank you!

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