During the last week or so I have been coughing up some tissue that is a little bit bloody but does have some lung tissue in it along with what I can see is cancer.
I will be taking it into the lab myself for some testing for chemosensitivity.
Makes more sense to me to do that than go in for another CT scan to produce yet another CT guided biopsy to achieve more tissue for testing resulting in another collapsed lung with another chest tube that doesnt work right the first time, so lets put in another and then we can send you home.
Has anyone ever heard of coughing up tissue like that?
I am currently using alternative treatments along with high doses of IV vitamin C (which by the way has very excellent results, studies and research).
Dr Mark Levine from NIH has a very interesting report on this and is published on pubmed.
I do believe that the cancer is breaking up and coming out of my lungs.
I also know that cancer is very sticky and should not be breaking up the way it is if it is in its productive state and growing. Cancerous cells grab onto the good cells converting them into cancerous cells.
Any feedback would help.