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LaKidd wrote: Thanks Dawna! I can say that pain has been my guide in this process. I have learned to "modulate" the pain, that is, I can increase it or decrease it just by changing the number of DMSO drops in the MMS1. The pain happens only where I know I have tumors for sure, so I agree with you. When you feel the pain then you know the MMS is hitting the mark as you say. My oncology nurses have all said that it is normal to feel pain at times when a tumor is dying. I guess many people who start on MMS are already in pain so it helps kill their cancer pain. Breast cancer is not normally anything a woman can feel until the tumors are quite large. Yet when breast cancer spreads to the bones as mine has it does not take a large lesion to produce intense pain. Hope your pain is long gone!
LaKidd wrote: No, as I do not have access to the pain killers. However, many woman have. You can see a lot of photos and testimonials by following the links at herbhealers.com the site having the photos and testimonials is altcancer.net. If all else fails I will just do it, pain and all. However, my largest tumor was in my armpit.. That was the size of a lemon cut in half. yet the MMS has reduced it so small it is now hard to find. My primary breast tumor is also getting smaller and thinner. I know if I have to I can kill both of them with the salve for sure. But now that I know the salve works I want to see if the MMS will also work on it too. I have tried many other protocols - Budwig and many more. None worked.
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Can't thank you enough LA Kidd, I've book marked this site, and I think this is the product you have had such success with, it's available in a larger size, the instructions on this page are valuable and certainly match your experience. It's hard to try these things on our own, so your tenacity is very much appreciated.