Monthly Archives: October 2013

TMI….but what a hopeful sign!!

When the VA did the scope on my husband several weeks to find his bladder cancer had returned again with a vengeance, he saw on the screen the same thing they did. The tumors were bigger and redder with nasty … Continue reading

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8, 8, 8 for the love of my life!

After a “lesson learned” bump-in-the-cancer-smashing-road the other day, my husband has again maintained a urine pH of 8 each time he tests for over two days now–the cancer kiling magic number! And the lesson learned? We were out with friends … Continue reading

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The hamster wheel of VA treatment for bladder cancer vs. successful patient experiences

For those who don’t know, my dear cowboy husband’s wife is a Thyroid Patient Activist. I became so because my life changed 180 degrees by ceasing to go by the standard allopathic treatment of hypothyroidism with the lousy Synthroid and … Continue reading

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Turning up the heat, strangling the chicken, and tightening the screw–a pH of 8!

He finally did it–hit a pH of 8 yesterday and has maintained it most of today, and it felt akin to the title of this post with a big smirky smile. HOORAY! So now we’ll keep that going a good … Continue reading

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Did the US Government cause my husband’s bladder cancer? Is it a parasite?

I’ve been pondering as to why my husband has developed bladder cancer, and why it’s so determined to come back as quickly as it does. One habit which puts one at high risk of bladder cancer is smoking. But luckily, … Continue reading

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Our current challenge: getting my cowboy husband to a pH of 8

UPDATE!! I happened to come upon something I wrote last May when we eradicated my husband’s bladder cancer tumors, and it was ONE tsp taken twice a day of the baking soda, not 1/2 tsp. SO we are going to … Continue reading

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When the love of my life found himself with bladder cancer

As my first post of this blog, this is actually chapter 4 of a love story with a terrible hitch. Namely, we just found out yesterday that my dear husband has bladder cancer tumors for the 4th time. The first … Continue reading

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