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Subject: Re: Urgent! You can save a life...
What a dreadful tumor. Have you considered using electro-cauterization to stop the malignant cells dead in their tracks ? Particularly suitable for an external tumor, but might possibly be applied to internal ones too under certain/careful circumstances. Also see Cancer Remission, and see New DCA Protocol & DCA Supplier.
If interested, solder two 99.9% pure silver electrodes to the connector wires of two 9V battery clips in +-+- series. The larger the electrode surface area contacting the tumor the better, so use half 99.9% ingots if possible. If the tumor is small, like a mole, cover the positive electrode with acetate sheet (eg overhead projector) or grease proof paper with hole/s punched or cut in it to fit the electrode to the tumor more precisely. If planning to use high current / low resistance of ~2000 ohms, then a large negative plate is needed to avoid it burning the skin too, or use higher resistance. Cover the solder joints with hot melt glue, or other suitable inert insulator, to strenghten the wiring and so the solder won't be able to touch the tumor. Solder a miniature multiturn(15-20t) variable resistor (from RadioShack or similar stores) into the positive wire, having a value ranging from 0 to 20k ohms. Cover it's connections with hot melt glue.
Initially set the variable resistor so it has more than zero resistance, so the batteries can't accidentally be short circuited (around 4000 ohms). Tape or bandage the two pure silver electrodes across the tumor, with the positive(red) electrode (and acetate/paper?) placed for best effect, and the negative nearby. You might use a conductive gel on the negative electrode too, but perhaps only a tiny amount on the positive as it may reduce the electro-cauterizing effect. Tape the batteries somewhere to the body, and connect the 9V batteries to the clips. Adjust the variable resistor value to a comfortable current level (around 2000-4000 ohms), then add one more layers of tape over the resistor and over the electrode. (If the tumor is smallish, it is possible to fix the spacing of the ingot halves by placing them on a sheet of glass then running a layer of hot melt glue between them. They are then pried away from the glass together with the cooled hot melt glue, and we have an easily handled electrode unit that can't short circuit).
Remove the tape and adjust electrode positions every day to electrically attack different cancer/tumor cells, placing the positive electrode (and acetate/paper?) for best effect. (Be aware that this is done for a limited time only and on the tumor tissue, otherwise there is increasing risk of silver turning an affected area of healthy skin permanently gray-blue see Rosemary). Use a sharp knife to scrape, or very lightly file, dead tissue off the electrodes, ensuring they remain clean with each use; not removing any metal if possible.
Subject: Electro-Cauterization (RE: Urgent! You can save a life...)
I'd look at laser cauterizing of bulk tumor tissue, since it apparently is very localised and well targeted. Silver ion electro-cauterizing would be used afterwards to assist with mopping up any trace remnants of malignant cells.
It seems that any sensation from the current becomes of more interest once the bulk of the tumor tissue is eradicated and we're left working at the interface between the tumor and healthy tissue.
After this point in bulk tumor management is reached then the series resistor might be increased in value to reduce sensation from current (from around 2-4k ohms to 10k+ ohms), with possibly longer times to effect remaining treatment of the interface between tumor and healthy tissue -- if comfort is an issue for some patients.
Laser cauterization would be preferable, but there's still the remaining cleanup at the interface between tumor and healthy tissue for which the described electro-cauterization has offered utility.
Regrowth might still occur once treatment is stopped for some time, but the same style of management is again possible -- while remaining mindful that regular use of silver(not recommended) on the body can lead to blue skin. Once comprehensive treatment of malignant cells at the interface of tumor and healthy tissue is achieved then regrowth ought to be halted.
The treatment at tumor interface might include the mentioned electro-cauterization, but also things like topically applied chemo (rather than whole body chemo with it's known immune system problems) and other tissue correction treatments; also look into salicylic acid paste to remove skin problems of various kinds.
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