7 years from last tumour

A rather significant anniversary today – 7 years since the last tumour was cut from my shoulder. When the histology came back it said the margin wasn’t clear, and wider excision was recommended. By that stage I was confident that the combination of strict veganism and strict – twice daily, no exceptions, high dose vitamin C, could deal with it. So I said no to the wider excision, and have not cheated since, for 7 years.
No further tumours.
The two tumours that I did get after initially going vegan seemed to be the result of very slight cheating.
Not cheating seems to work.
Having a heaped teaspoon of pure L ascorbic acid, dissolved in a glass of water, twice a day, every day, no exceptions, seems to work.
Having no animal products, no dairy, seems to work.
For 7 years it has worked.
That is a significant test in my books.
It is two years past the 5 year mark accepted in cancer research statistics.
Today is a day worth noting and celebrating – at least for me.
A big thank you to Ailsa, for being with me, warts and all, on this journey called life.

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 www.tedhowardnz.com/money
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1 Response to 7 years from last tumour

  1. Ted — CONGRATULATIONS! I’m so very, Very, VERY happy for you.


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