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I'm just off to the office and am in a rush, but I'll look into these claims about insulin's effect on chemo. As a diabetic taking insulin on a daily basis I'm very sceptical about your claim.
So, I'll ask again.
1) How are you "living proof"? For example, how do you know that you wouldn't had got better anyway? It might have been a coincidence. Your claim is an anecdote, not evidence.
2) "The answer to your question is quite long and I cannot do it justice with this email". But then you ask people to email you! [and you ask them to do it via link, not the site's PM facility - strange?] Please use this thread to try and do it justice - thousands of people visit this site, let them all benefit from your experience, rather than inundating you with emails. Please, give us more details ON THIS THREAD.
3) As for the work of the people you mention - rather than us all looking into the work of these people (and so spending our money on their books, videos, etc), why don't you point us at the evidence (not anecdotes) that supports their work?
A cynic might think you are part of their marketing campaign.
A sceptic might believe you're someone lucky enough either to have been misdiagnosed originally, or believe they know why their cancer went into remission - but have no evidence to support that belief.
I, on the other hand, don't know. But I do know that if I felt that I'd found a cure for cancer then I'd tell the world - I wouldn't just drop hints and ask people to research it themselves. C'mon show us the evidence.
Wishing you well.
"One step at a time"
I've now spent (many) hours trawling the internet to find evidence (remember, not anecdotes or marketing) and have been unable to find ANY evidence to support the work of those mentioned in Christina's post.
"One step at a time"
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