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Re: DMSO and turmeric effects on subcutaneous tumor

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 04:05 AM

,

I wish you success with the current combination with curcumin and DMSO. Should
this not be satisfactory, I think another possible option for you to look into
is the combination of Urea solution (40%) injections and Urea cream (50%)
Dr. Danopoulos as well as doctors in India
http://onlinelibrary...090207/abstract achieved
fairly good results with it.

Gubi

[ ] DMSO and turmeric effects on subcutaneous tumor

I'm wondering if anyone here has any experience using DMSO and turmeric on a
subcutaneous tumor. Would a perhaps slight increase in size and a painful
response like a slight ache or burning sensation indicate a good response in
the way it was affecting the tumor as in removing it or a bad response as in
encouraging the tumor in some way?

I read some good research involving Turmeric AKA curcumin but would have to
search for the source, but there are lots of articles about it in google.
Would taking the DMSO turmeric extract internally instead of applying it to
the skin be a better treatment? How does one interpret a painful reaction to
an irritant?





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Posted 24 March 2011 - 07:41 AM

Hi ,

From my own personal experience the aching and burnig sensation was a good thing
though in the beginning I did know that. It usually happens right before the
tumor starts to deteriorate and drain. The tumor may also increase in size in
the beginning which is also normal.

As I said this is my own experience...someone else may have a different one.
Also, I did not use turmeric...I used DMSO and sodium bicarbonate which I
injected into the tumor.

Best regards,

Sandy







 









I'm wondering if anyone here has any experience using DMSO and turmeric on
a subcutaneous tumor. Would a perhaps slight increase in size and a painful
response like a slight ache or burning sensation indicate a good response in the
way it was affecting the tumor as in removing it or a bad response as in
encouraging the tumor in some way?



I read some good research involving Turmeric AKA curcumin but would have to
search for the source, but there are lots of articles about it in google. Would
taking the DMSO turmeric extract internally instead of applying it to the skin
be a better treatment? How does one interpret a painful reaction to an
irritant?




























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Posted 24 March 2011 - 09:58 AM

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I know of only one person who is trying something similar. She has
concocted a solution of DMSO, curcumin, and CAPE (caffeic acid, phenethyl
ester) for her superficial breast metastases and reports good results, but
from one case I would not extrapolate a new law for the universe.





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I'm wondering if anyone here has any experience using DMSO and turmeric on a
subcutaneous tumor. Would a perhaps slight increase in size and a painful
response like a slight ache or burning sensation indicate a good response in
the way it was affecting the tumor as in removing it or a bad response as in
encouraging the tumor in some way?

I read some good research involving Turmeric AKA curcumin but would have to
search for the source, but there are lots of articles about it in google.
Would taking the DMSO turmeric extract internally instead of applying it to
the skin be a better treatment? How does one interpret a painful reaction to
an irritant?









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