Pancreatic Cancer

On Jun. 26, 2003, Re: Pancreatic Cancer, Randy T. wrote:

I’m not as knowledgeable as many others on this site, but I do believe from reading and talking to others, and personal experience, that the fo/cc does work.  My Dad found out he had pancreatic cancer in January. We used the fo/cc, along with some other things, and it was gone by June. Unfortunately, his heart gave out two weeks ago and he died.

But it wasn’t from the cancer.

I’ve become a believer in this, I take it once a day as a preventive, as I had cancer in 1995. I didn’t know about this then, and fortunately surgery was able to take care of my cancer at that time.

I recommend you read as much as you can, get Dr. Budwig’s books (they are on Amazon), and talk to more than one doctor about traditional care. I found with my Dad that there can be big differences in traditional care from one doctor to the next.
And look through the archives on this site, and contact women who have had breast cancer.

Randy T.

On Sept 25, 2005, Re: Pancreatic Cancer, Cheryl wrote:

In our group of Budwig protocol users there is a man who had pancreatic cancer. He was operated on in 2003 but had a huge setback with tumor recurrance 9 months after the operation. He was a very ill man with nephritis in his kidney and severe ascites when he first contacted me in March 2004.

After five months on the Budwig protocol the tumor disappeared and the ascites as well as the kidney nephritis were all cleared up. He has now been on the Budwig protocol for 18 months and is in perfect health.

I think the most important thing is to start very slowly and build up slowly to six tablespoons of oil mixed with 12 tablespoons of [cottage cheese]. Also very important for this man was that he couldn’t eat cooked foods at all, mostly juiced veggies and papaya and pineapple for the digestive enzymes with every meal.

Cheryl d.T.

In our group of Budwig protocol users there is a man who had pancreatic cancer. He was operated on in 2003 but had a huge setback with tumor recurrence 9 months after the operation. He was a very ill man with nephritis in his kidney and severe ascites when he first contacted me in March 2004. After five months on the Budwig protocol the tumor disappeared and the ascites as well as the kidney nephritis were all cleared up. He has now been on the Budwig protocol for 18 months and is in perfect health. I think the most important thing is to start very slowly and build up slowly to six tablespoons of oil mixed with 12 tablespoons of [cottage cheese]. Also very important for this man was that he couldn’t eat cooked foods at all, mostly juiced veggies and papaya and pineapple for the digestive enzymes with every meal.

Cheryl du Toi

On Dec. 4, 2009, Re: Pancreatic and Liver Cancer, Mary wrote:

My stepdad was diagnosed with Stage IV Pancreatic and Liver Cancer on August 15th…we started him on the Budwig Protocol. At that time, his tumor markers were at 1500 and he was given a couple of weeks to live…the main focus for him has been the Gemzar and the BP…He has an excellent appetite, has been gaining weight, the pain has subsided, and he is now back to his normal daily activities. Yesterday he received the results of his tumor markers and they fell to 200. The doctor said ‘the cancer is dying.’ (yay!)

Mary

On May 14, 2013, Re: Pancreatic Cancer, Thomas J. wrote:

Today I found out the status of a tumor on my pancreas. Dec ’12 =3.2 x 2.3; May ’13 = 2.0 x 2.0 SHRINKING. Also I was placed on the pill for insulin and taken off the needle. I am convinced that Dr. Budwig knew what she was doing. The protocol works and I will keep using it.

Thomas J.

My father was diagnosed in October 2014 with pancreatic cancer and some mets to liver and duodenum. My dad was adamant that he would not have chemo, and the doctors recommended against it due to his age[83]. He had surgery to bypass the tumor in the pancreas so that if/when it grew and pressed against the regular digestive passage he would still be able to digest his food. We thought it was the best option at the time however in hindsight we may not have chosen the surgery, as it has taken him almost 8 months to get his body to learn how to digest via the new passage. Due to his malabsorption of food his weight is down to a very low level. He does take 3 different digestive and pancreatic enzymes to digest his food and destroy the cancer cells…

“On the plus side, he started the Budwig diet in late November and it has been 7 months now and Dad is feeling good…….he golfs 3-4 times a week (he is 83 years old and shot a score of 86 the other day). He is alert and as active as his arthritis allows him to be. Instead of getting weaker, as time goes on he seems to be growing stronger.

“He is also taking various tinctures for liver support, Beta Glucan to build up his immune system, Barley powder to help alkalinize his body, Berberine which has been found effective against pancreatic tumours, Intravenous mistletoe (used in Europe as an alternative for chemotherapy) in conjunction with Vitamin C intravenous. He also drinks Essiac tea before going to bed (which is a cancer cure on its own and is compatible with Budwig).

“It has been a rocky journey at times…..and very emotional, but we remain optimistic. As long as he is feeling well that is all that matters. We were looking for improved quality of life for my father and more time to enjoy our time with him, and the Budwig Protocol seems to have provided that.”

Tanis