Tuesday, June 14, 2011
June 13, 2011
This clinic performs an antineoplaston therapy that uses human dna which includes natural peptides that are found in the blood and urine that can be used to control cancer growth. The clinical trials are on Phase III of FDA approval, which is the last step before the FDA approves the drug to be prescribed by doctors. Antineoplaston therapy supposedly triggers the death of cancer cells without inhibiting normal cell growth. They "turn on" the tumor suppressor genes and "turn off" the oncogenes which cause cancer.
On their site I found a story of a patient named Jessica Ressel who was 11 years old when she was diagnosed with a diffused intrinsic brain stem glioma and after a year of therapy her tumor was gone. She has been in remission since then and she is now 24 years old, married, with two children. The best part of all is that she did not experience any bad neurological damage from treatment. Also her treatment was done in 1996 and I'm sure since then the clinic has been able to better their treatment. I do think I found her online and have sent her a message, which I hope she returns.
Downside of this process is the cost, which we will be willing to fundraise for. I already have friends brainstorming ideas so we can get the show on the road. We will do anything to get Kassidy the treatment she needs. Our baby is a fighter and with her great attitude I do believe she will suceed.
"Never give up!"