Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Re: Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

Post by C-Extra22 » 10 Jan 2019, 13:17

Yes I would use them as a cancer treatment. They were practical enough.

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Post by Onyinye Excel » 12 Jan 2019, 08:48

I would use them as a preventive. This is because it is much safer that way till they are proven beyond all reasonable doubt to be curative.

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Post by lesler » 12 Jan 2019, 13:06

Absolutely I would use them probably as a cancer treatment. To me, it's not worth it to try as a preventative, because you could go broke attempting to prevent everything that could possibly happen to you.

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Post by KristyKhem » 12 Jan 2019, 16:18

I'd use it as a preventative measure, but not as a cure. I'm not convinced that it will work on all types of cancers.

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Post by briellejee » 12 Jan 2019, 21:24

lesler wrote:
12 Jan 2019, 13:06
Absolutely I would use them probably as a cancer treatment. To me, it's not worth it to try as a preventative, because you could go broke attempting to prevent everything that could possibly happen to you.
Good perspective! However, I think using it as a preventive will lessen the effects or the probability. When you used it as a preventive measure and still get cancer, at least you could stop thinking about the "What ifs". Much easier to go into acceptance when you know you did everything you could. Prevention is always better than cure. :tiphat:
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Post by chelhack » 13 Jan 2019, 13:39

Yes, I would use the Beljanski cancer protocol. To me, it sounds like a win-win treatment for helping with cancer as well as other viral sicknesses and I believe that most cures or aids to dealing with sickness can be found in utilizing hat nature has to offer.
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Post by StarkidStarling » 14 Jan 2019, 09:57

I would not use it in lieu of traditional cancer treatment, but I would consider it along with traditional cancer treatment.

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Post by cpru68 » 16 Jan 2019, 09:50

I think after reading what her father found out about carcinogens in our every day lives, I would take this as preventative. With political scheming and companies wanting to make millions off of consumers with no remorse for the chemicals that may be harming many, I think we need to have this available to make sure that we arm ourselves with the best protection. In the book, it says that to take this with the absence of cancer in the body causes no harm. So, I think prevention is always a good idea.
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Post by lotus784 » 16 Jan 2019, 22:53

I would definitely consider it. If faced with it, I would want to do all the research and review all the options and most likely have my own routine.

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Post by FictionLover » Yesterday, 07:24

lotus784 wrote:
16 Jan 2019, 22:53
I would definitely consider it. If faced with it, I would want to do all the research and review all the options and most likely have my own routine.
Thanks for your response.
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Post by Zora C Penter » Yesterday, 21:35

I do not think I would use it as a prevention (largely because this sounds very expensive due to the cost of sourcing ingredients as the author described). However, if I were suffering from cancer, I would consider taking the capsules outlined in the protocol.

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Post by M Zee » Yesterday, 23:55

It depends solely on the scientific research done on the treatment - not simply anecdotal evidence.
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