Just had to say that. I assisted a friend through her last years of cancer as it visited nearly every part of her body. She went to MD Anderson in Houston, Texas, supposedly the best cancer treatment facility. I cared for her animals here and helped keep her homelife peaceful.
What I learned is that there are some cancers that respond to chemos and some don't. If you choose that route, we'll put our collective energy together that they find the right one first and this is the end of our discussion. They got into chemo-toxin roulette with Lori. By the end, they returned to ones that didn't work the first time. Frustrating scenario as a bystander.
I went through her house and got rid of all the offending things like glasses that have lead-printed designs, flaking Teflon pans, and foods with dyes and preservatives. Her favorite beverage was Gatorade. While I am certain you have a better diet, there may be simple things to take out of your environment to improve your health. Getting rid of any new furniture which may have fire retardants (yet to be regulated) embedded in the fabric should be considered.
[...] While you are fasting and cleansing, please make sure you have the right nutrients available to heal. I might have sent his concoctions to you a while back; I believe strongly he is on the right path.
I have a doctor that tells me not to look things up on the internet--- it will just scare you. I had a hemangioma that I was certain was a tumor after reading horror stories on the internet. The doctor described it as a placental blood vessel that had a party (probably material floating around 15 years after having a C-Section.) Your shadow could be benign. (Can I say that to a Jungian?)
Love and Peace,” by A concerned friend from California