After having a small raised bump on my cheek biopsied, I was told that basal cell cancer cells were found. I am being urged to have Mohs surgery. I do not wan to do this and have started applying Jim Humble’s skin spray solution every night, on top of which I add 50% diluted DMSO. Will this take care of the basal cancer cells? I actually apply the skin spray all over my face as an added precautionary measure. Is that ok?
Also, a little bit of the MMS got into my eye. The pupil became very dilated.. I flushed with water and all seems well. Is it very dangerous if MMS or DMSO get into the eyes?
If you have been diagnosed with cancer, then follow the Health Recovery Plan (HRP) found in Jim's latest book.
Spraying the skin with MMS1 is fine, but once a day will probably not eliminate the cancer. You need to ingest it as well as doing other protocols. There are over 50 protocols detailed in the book. I would suggest you try the Patch Protocol on that bump on your face.
There is an eye protocol, so getting some MMS1 in your eye is not harmful.
If you don't have the book, please get it and read it! The whole book, so you will really know how to use the protocols.
Is there someone who has experience with basal cell carcinoma. This is the most common form of skin cancer. It is not life-threatening in that it is known not to spread to other organs. I don’t think that Protokol 2000 is indicated. If you know of a source where I can turn to get more information that would be much appreciated.
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