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Entelev, cancell & cantron was posted 07/30/1998 07:50 pm by Barbara K
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My husband and I have always been interested in alternative, eastern, etc. medicine. He's an alchemist and always felt the old ways were the best. Any way when my sis was diagnosed with p/c we started our search. My sis did take some vitamins, etc but didn't really get into it until the doc told her after her last chemo stopped working that he "had done all he could for her". My bil really is a believer in life and hope and we've come a long way in the last couple months. My sis is taking things she never heard of before but she's seeing positive results (small steps first) and she's a fighter. She had no intention of going home to die. She's mighty sick but she's getting better each day not worse. (say a prayer for us please) We've done lots of investigating and this is what we found on cantron alias cancell alias entelev. Hope this helps you begin your search. There is extensive info on cancell on the internet. Search for cancell and you'll get lots and lots of info. I have thots on it but prefer to keep them to myself. Entelev was first created by James Sheridan (who's now senile and unavailable) then passed on to Ed Sopcek (who's had a stroke) Ed changed the formula somewhat and named it cancell and then it was sold to a firm who makes it in the Bahamas (out of US) and distributes it out of Miami. They call it cantron. The cantron is different than the entelev and the cancell. There is quite a history to this and it's kinda like an X-files episode. To get the info I would suggest going to the internet and searching for: Entelev .... Cancell .... Cantron .... James Sheridan.... Ed Sopcek... If you should decide to use Cantron the place you call in Miami will try to sell you hundeds of $$$ worth of other stuff. It's not bad stuff just know what you're buying before you buy it. This place also has the hydrazine sulfate that my sis has been taking (and her Doc was adamant against, said it wasn't a cure). She has responded well to it, her nausea lessened, pain medication is now less and best of all.. her appetite is better. The studies for hydrazine sulfate that I was interested in were regarding treating the side effects of cancer (the wasting away, cachia (sp)not considering it as a cure. One thing to keep in mind is that with the cantron you have to be careful what else the patient is taking. The theory behind the use is such that you could very well be taking something that negates it's purported effectiveness. Everything is complicated, cancer is no different. Anyway read all you can and take your best shot. That's what we've done. My best to you in your search and the decisions you are to make. Barbara K

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