I've been researching a couple of different testing methods for monitoring the presence (or absence) of cancer in the body via the blood. This is important because we need to know if our protocols including treatments, supplements and diet are working, right? Knowing early on how many cancer cells we have floating in our blood compared to our baseline can help us stop a treatment early or to keep going forward with confidence and peace. It can also help us avoid unnecessary r
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This is my second time writing this blog post so I hope I get something logical into words because I'm falling asleep and I accidentally left the page without saving it. 😵
I am going through the survivor chart that Jodi Ledley and I are working on and examining who received any kind of conventional therapies because I'm stuck on this Danger Theory and trying to figure out if/how it applies to survivor stories, especially in light of conventional methods.