Cure for Cancer

Crowdsourcing a cure for my brain cancer

I was told in May 2010 that I had a 50% chance of living 5 months, and that there was nothing known to medical science that could alter that probability or remove the metastasized melanoma tumours from my liver.

I am now alive and well, with no known tumours.

I tried many things, all together, and the tumours went in 4 months.
I eased up on many things, and more tumours appeared.
I went back onto most things, and tumours stayed away.
I eased up on things one at a time, and when I stopped high dose vitamin C, tumour showed up.
I have kept to a strict vegan diet, and high dose vitamin C, and have had no more tumours over the last 18 months.

All my medical records are on my blogsite.
What I did, and why I chose those particular strategies in on another page

I offer it as information for all.
For me, it seems that radical change of diet and vitamin C is enough to keep cancer at bay.
That seems true for my particular biochemistry – it may help others.

I am alive, when all doctors, cancer societies etc, had given up on me.

My biggest piece of advice, trust yourself. Don’t necessarily believe what any expert tells you (they are often wrong) and don’t entirely ignore them either.
Use your own intuition to evaluate what people tell you.
Believe in yourself.
Believe you can beat it, do what you can – however hard (and believe me, giving up meat, sugar, coffee, alcohol, all refined foods; in one hit, is not easy – mind and body object strongly, persistently, for months – you need to really want to live, you need to be stronger, and more persistent).

My undergrad training was in biochemistry, and I read voraciously for several weeks – everything, with an open mind.

I came out of that process seeing clearly the very negative incentives within our market based health and governance systems, that have little or no incentive to actually cure people, and huge incentives to keep people on expensive medications for the rest of their lives.

The entire system is systemically and intellectually corrupt (however many great individuals there may be within it).

And it is but a subset of the corruption engendered in society generally by the concept of money. And just to be clear, I am not talking about the use of money as a tool in the exchange of real goods and services, that has, and always will have, societal utility. What I am talking about is the pursuit of money in and of itself – via markets in Finance, ForEx, Stocks and bonds, derivatives; high speed trading etc – and the impact all of that has on governance at all levels. I am now very clear that this is the single greatest threat to human survival that now exists.

About Ted Howard NZ

Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see
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