So I’d tried high dose IV C, and when that didn’t work, another set of triple infusions.
This set triple infusions consisted of a vitamin cocktail, a phospholipid mix and a niacin flush. The phospholipid mix was to do with something about the membranes of cancer cells. I wish I’d got the explanation. The niacin flush was to dilate [expand] the blood vessels in the body and ensure that the previous infusions were better absorbed. They weren’t cheap – about the price of a high dose IV C.
I met a few people in this new clinic who were long-term patients – they all had tumours which were kept in check by this triple infusion. But I didn’t come across many who had shrunk their tumours.
The doctor who ran the clinic, Dr Ziegfried Trefzer, is an amazing man. Very compassionate – I heard how he used to give his personal phone number to his critically-ill patients and they used to contact him in the wee hours of the morning. The clinic also offered local hyperthermia. There was a whole body hyperthermia machine, but the option wasn’t being offered when I was there.
I was also having loads of hands-on healing from a QiGong master, ZhiXing Wang, who had a reputation for helping and in some cases, helping to bring about remission in cancer patients.
Along the way, I dabbled with the Budwig protocol, but gave that up when a nutritional genomics test showed I was lactose intolerant.
For about 4 months after that, the tumour was stable – I got this confirmed by ultrasound.
But after that the tumour grew again. It was now a Grade II tumour. And one of the lymph nodes had grown.
So the infusions hadn’t worked. Another crossroads.