As many of you know, I started the Bill Henderson Protocol - treating cancer naturally - on July 11th, MRI 2100 after being told on June 8th that I needed a mastectomy.
I promised I would keep you updated. I just had an MRI on Monday and I saw my surgeon on Wednesday who said that "no one can reverse cancer", that he had gotten the results of the MRI and much to my delight told me the cancer had not spread (So why did I need a mastectomy "as-soon-as-possible" in June?) AND he told me I needed a mastectomy which is scheduled for Dec. 27th. Naturally, I was pretty upset and confused. Yesterday I got a letter from the office that did the MRI that read: Your MRI breast shows an area the needs to be looked at again to continue to be sure that it is normal. We recommend that you have a follow-up in one year for a bilateral breast MRI. Can you believe this?!
The good news is it looks like I just may have acheived my goal and rid myself of cancer (or at least reduced it and still have a ways to go) but the surgeon is a non-believer and a bit over-zealous? I already have an appointment to have a mammogram on the 22nd and see my oncologist on the 30th and soooooooooo look forward to what this results. I also took another HCG test and look forward to seeing if I've lowered my cancer count. Sounds like I will be canceling my mastectomy and firing my surgeon. :-)
My best to all of you, Sandi