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Brodie was posted 11/30/2001 11:54 pm by Wally Rubick
E-mail Address: diamond@myavista.com

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Dear Brodie, Dr. Larry Stowe and Dr. James Bischoff have had patients with stage IV cancer and when they treat them imumune thereapy, the cancer goes into remission. In particular, both have had pancreatic patients which were stage IV and were given two months to live - both are alive, the cancer has gone into remission and they are in good health today - that was over two years ago. The American Cancer Society states in their publication #963229, that the fourth method of treating cancer is by immune thereapy. They further state this will be done by increasing the natural killer cells in the immune system. They also state that researchers are working on this procedure, but to date they have not been successful. Three years ago, two doctors in Arizona formulated a prodcut that has proven to be very, very successful in increasing the killer cells in the immune system and stamping out cancer. Check the inernet under natural killer cells and www.matol.com. You can e-mail at diamond @myavista.com for more details. Best regards, Wally

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