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Cancer, Colloidal Silver and Me

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Today is world cancer day. I would celebrate this by telling my story about cancer and colloidal silver. I have never written or even talked about this matter until now. The recent reports of cancer being cured and that fact being reported by establishment sources has convinced me to place my experience in the public domain:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2996348/
http://ascopubs.org/doi/abs/10.1200/JCO.2017.35.15_suppl.e17533
In November of 2005, I noticed some blood and what looked like small pieces of cooked hamburger with my urine. There was no pain, but I wasted no time going to see my GP. He referred me to a urologist who scheduled me for a cystoscopy. At this time I had just finished my development of the 1 gallon per day generator. In preparation for my hospital visit, I started drinking more colloidal silver than usual. I was admitted to the hospital on 23 November 2005, and this is the report:
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A week after the operation I was called in for a consultation on the results of the process. I was given a copy of the pathology report from Johns Hopkins. Here it is:

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The urologist told me that my bladder had to be removed before cancer spread to other parts of my body. He said that he might as well take my prostate as well, even though that might "slow me down a little" ha ha ha. My bladder immediately responded by emptying while I sat in his visitors' chair.
It was now the middle of November. I started drinking a gallon a day of my colloidal silver. I experienced no further trouble urinating. Everything was functioning quite normally. The urologist kept calling and insisting that we set a time for my surgery. He came on quite strongly. I remember him once telling me "if you were my father, I would be telling you the same thing, have the surgery." I decided to get another urologist.
Here is a scan of his report.
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Seventy-three days and at least 73 gallons of colloidal silver later, on 19 January 2006, I was admitted to the hospital for a cystoscopy by urologist number two. Here is the admittance assessment before the procedure:
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Urologist number two went in and took some chunks of my bladder to send to the pathology lab. He was puzzled by the results. No more cancer. I tried to tell him what I had done with colloidal silver, but he was not interested. He wanted me to go through something called BCT treatment, but I declined. I had had enough. Here is the pathology report:
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All of this happened in 2005 and 2006. In the 13 years since then, I have had zero health problems of any kind in this area. I still have all the parts of my body, and they still work.
 
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Wow!

That’s quite the story!
 

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Good experience and thanks for sharing Abe.

Questions if I may.

Abe, are you still maintaining a prophylactic dose of CS?

What made you decide a gallon is the answer and not a pint, for example? A gallon 'anything to consume' sounds like a lot.

Thanks in advance.

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Dammm, a gallon a day? I suppose its a why not, oh and abe, tks for heads up...blood and hamburger; yikes. I have been considering going colloidal for some time now, was going to do it when I was in my twenties but met some older gents who were pasty grey and they told me it was because they drank too much silver and they would never get their original skin palor back....but I don't think it matters anymore; for me.

Then there are them alien greys?
 

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Good experience and thanks for sharing Abe.

Questions if I may.

Abe, are you still maintaining a prophylactic dose of CS?

What made you decide a gallon is the answer and not a pint, for example? A gallon 'anything to consume' sounds like a lot.

Thanks in advance.

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"What made you decide a gallon is the answer and not a pint, for example? A gallon 'anything to consume' sounds like a lot."

I was advised to drink as much water as I possibly could from the very start by my GP. It was just a coincidence that I had just finished the development of my 1 gallon per day colloidal silver generator which some here may remember from GIM1. It was producing a steady 10 PPM ionic (EIS), and I merely consumed that instead of water.

"Abe, are you still maintaining a prophylactic dose of CS?"

Now that I have 50 ppm produced by the "Ultra," I feel I get enough into my bloodstream sublingually by using it as a nasal rinse and mouthwash. The only time I drink it is when I have any signs of a stomach bug. It is interesting that you mention the prophylactic use of EIS. I found colloidal silver in a search for something to help with my recurring sinus infection problems some 30 years ago. It solved my sinus problems. I believe that the daily use of it for my sinuses has also resulted in the fact that, apart from the bladder incident, I have not had a cold or an infection of any kind since then. Anyone who has worked with machinery that has to run continuously knows that preventive maintenance is much better than waiting for the machine to break and then try to repair it. Our bodies are machines.

Those who are interested in colloidal silver could benefit from the information contained on the sister forum:
https://www.goldismoney2.com/forums/alt-medicine-coll-silver.47/

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Arnold
 
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Thanks for the extensive reply Arnold.

I only have a pint and a half generator that can do 7-14 ppm/24hr, time dependant, so no adjustments.

How do you get to 50 ppm? Your own design?

Apologies but GIM1 was some time ago and I can't recall. I remember some posters with magnificent devices but particulars fail me.

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Only saw the other thread now. Please ignoire the above. I'll consume in the other thread. Will Q if sonething is unclear.

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Being a recipient of a radical cycestomy at the age of 43, I applaud you for your self treatment. Any indication of what caused the cancer to begin with?
 

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Being a recipient of a radical cycestomy at the age of 43, I applaud you for your self treatment. Any indication of what caused the cancer to begin with?
No, I never had a clue. For me, it was just one of those things, like getting hit by a truck. In the time between the two operations I tried not to think about it, just drink my gallon a day. I'm an EE, and I've been involved in complex systems my whole working life. But those systems are nothing in comparison with the complexity of the human body. There are hundreds of smart, hard-working researchers trying to find out what causes cancer. After all this time they seem to spend most of their efforts in arguing with each other.
 

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Abe what was your recipe to the CS
At that time there were still many unanswered questions about the best way to produce colloidal silver. There was also an ongoing argument, some well-meaning and some profit motivated, as to which was more effective, particulate or ionic. I developed and offered a system that allowed fellow researchers to monitor and vary the amount of current and to reverse the polarity using a switch. The actual particle generation could be observed with a laser pointer that I supplied with the kit. It is with the data that I gathered over years of experiments that enabled me to develop the computer controlled expert system which is now part of the ultra line of generators capable of 50 ppm clear ionic, known as EIS. Here is a link to the unit:
https://www.atlasnova.com/product/one-gallon-colloidal-silver-generator/
And here's a link to the instructions for use:
https://www.atlasnova.com/csg-1g.pdf
 
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Cystoscopy reveals bladder tumor. Will report after next step. Will be reading all about collodial silver now. Thank You!
Have you seen the pathology report from an outside lab? If your urologist doesn't give it to you, get it from the hospital, that's what I did. "Doctors," especially specialists, will generally not forward the results from laboratories to their patients. You have a right to know what's going on. After all, it's your body, not his. Don't fall for the "I'm the doctor" stratagem. Not that long ago they were bleeding us to death. Now they have become the handmaidens of the pharmaceutical industry.
 

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Have you seen the pathology report from an outside lab? If your urologist doesn't give it to you, get it from the hospital, that's what I did. "Doctors," especially specialists, will generally not forward the results from laboratories to their patients. You have a right to know what's going on. After all, it's your body, not his. Don't fall for the "I'm the doctor" stratagem. Not that long ago they were bleeding us to death. Now they have become the handmaidens of the pharmaceutical industry.
Next step is to do a biopsy. I have a good NP that will help with getting pathology report. Going tommorow to review ct scan and cystoscopy findings. Thank you for the heads up.
 

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Next step is to do a biopsy. I have a good NP that will help with getting pathology report. Going tommorow to review ct scan and cystoscopy findings. Thank you for the heads up.
I had a golf ball sized mass removed from inside bladder. Had to scrape up against a ureter too. Currently sporting a nice foley and have a stent through ureter to kidney. Ct scan had revealed the mass but no other signifigant findings. Still awaiting pathology. Foley comes out tommorow. May have some idea then. Meanwhile, still trying to absorb all the collodial silver info i can. It is quite an interesting topic.
 

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Thank you for sharing, ABE. Any other variables aside from the CS that mightn’t have made a difference?

Any noticeable alternative effects from consuming a gallon of CS/day? How often have you gotten sick in the last 13 years?
 

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"Any noticeable alternative effects from consuming a gallon of CS/day?"

No. I had been using my colloidal silver for 17 years before the bladder incident. I would snort it up my nose every day or so, religiously. I got into colloidal silver as a last resort for my regularly recurring sinus infections. It is the only thing that ever worked.

"How often have you gotten sick in the last 13 years?"

Never. No infections of any kind. Three back surgeries, all the way up and down, but I put those down to pure bad luck. At any signs of a runny tummy, I drink a glass full, and that seems always to stop whatever is going on down there.
Keep in mind that the gallon a day was 10 to 15 ppm. The 50 ppm that we can now make is far more effective. For example, when I have a skin abrasion of some kind, when I apply 50 ppm, I notice an anesthetic effect. With the 10 to 15 ppm EIS, this is not noticeable, although it still can prevent infection. That would indicate to me that the increase in ionic potential allows the EIS to penetrate further.
 
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Damn fellas, I'm 73 and I've had to go through nothin like you guys are talking about. Blood pressure pills and four colonoscopies (so far) but that's it. How have I managed to dodge all those bullets? One's comin up thats probably got my name onnit, though.

But I do have to admit that my favorite childhood memory is my back not hurting.

BF
 

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I got to 64, strong as an ox, no obvious problems except for the occasional kidney stone which after the first one was diagnosed I self-treated all but the last one. July 1st, was the one that kicked my ass.
From July thru September 11 I seen more doctors and had more examines in 73 days than I did in 45 years.
I know it was 45 years because 45 years ago I was working in an E.R. as an EMT/E.R. Tech:
Kidney Stone
High Blood pressure 160/100
315 lbs
Diabetes
Kidney Cancer
Spots on my lungs.
I've beat the spots, Diabetes is a 119 BS avg now, weight down to 266, BP 138/ 80, Cancerous kidney GONE, and of course the infamous kidney stone that clued me in on all the rest is all history.
Go back for cancer check in April. ( pretty sure it will be negative)
"Whew"
 

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I had a golf ball sized mass removed from inside bladder. Had to scrape up against a ureter too. Currently sporting a nice foley and have a stent through ureter to kidney. Ct scan had revealed the mass but no other signifigant findings. Still awaiting pathology. Foley comes out tommorow. May have some idea then. Meanwhile, still trying to absorb all the collodial silver info i can. It is quite an interesting topic.
Ok, so I have a nearly identical diagnoses as abeland1. Pathology reveals cells into inner and middle layers, not present in muscle. Doc says 30% chance it is in muscle. (Which leads to more agressive treatment) Doc wants to go back in, in a couple weeks to biopsy muscle tissue.
I'd like to purchase the AtlasNova CSG-1 and get started immediately. Problem, ill need more time to absorb the science.
Question, will the AtlasNova CSG-1 be self explanatory to begin with ? Are there any recommended books or reading to help me understand how to get good at this? I am reading through GIM threads, but my head is starting to spin trying to absorb these changes to my life.
 

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Question, will the AtlasNova CSG-1 be self explanatory to begin with ? Are there any recommended books or reading to help me understand how to get good at this? I am reading through GIM threads, but my head is starting to spin trying to absorb these changes to my life.
My AtlasNova CSG-1 came with photographic instructions.
It was easy for me to start making C/S with that unit at that time. I think Arnold also has the instructions on each of his products webpage.
Matter of Fact it was easy to start the AtlasNova Ultra I purchased just a couple of years ago.
The CSG-1 will accept any distilled water you can find to start your production.
I think these webpages here at GIM2 has weeded out alot of chaff for the newcomer and being here in a few threads will give most readers here at least the Readers' Digest Version of living and using what we started with colloidal silver to alot of us now using the Electrically Isolated Silver version of our production.
Plus you can come and go at your own speed.
Post you find interesting simply print for your leisurely reading.

This is NOT Brain Surgery though Big Pharma and Big Gov are manipulating society to believe it is.
DO NOT get PARALYSIS by Over Analysis.
 

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My AtlasNova CSG-1 came with photographic instructions.
It was easy for me to start making C/S with that unit at that time. I think Arnold also has the instructions on each of his products webpage.
Matter of Fact it was easy to start the AtlasNova Ultra I purchased just a couple of years ago.
The CSG-1 will accept any distilled water you can find to start your production.
I think these webpages here at GIM2 has weeded out alot of chaff for the newcomer and being here in a few threads will give most readers here at least the Readers' Digest Version of living and using what we started with colloidal silver to alot of us now using the Electrically Isolated Silver version of our production.
Plus you can come and go at your own speed.
Post you find interesting simply print for your leisurely reading.

This is NOT Brain Surgery though Big Pharma and Big Gov are manipulating society to believe it is.
DO NOT get PARALYSIS by Over Analysis.
Lol "over analysis " my middle name. Never quite figured out how to use it to my advantage.
 

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You are not the only one.
Try to find the happy medium between "Paralysis..." and "Here, hold my beer" mentality.
 

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Damn fellas, I'm 73 and I've had to go through nothin like you guys are talking about. Blood pressure pills and four colonoscopies (so far) but that's it. How have I managed to dodge all those bullets? One's comin up thats probably got my name onnit, though.

But I do have to admit that my favorite childhood memory is my back not hurting.

BF
Hey BF,

.You may want to google (research?) this yourself, but I have declined to submit to a colonoscopy unless there are reasons to take a look, like blood In the stool or blockages, etc. I do the shit on the stick test every few years, when they insist.

The fact is, you are 3 times more likely to die from complications from a colonoscopy than from colon cancer.
Makes you think before you have them shove that thing up your ass. However, it will help pay off your doctor's new Mercedes.
https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/cross-check/why-i-wont-get-a-colonoscopy/
 
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I hear ya, duck, I'm gittin to old now to have unnecessary medical procedures. Any time they sedate you they run a risk of you not coming out of it. I know; one good friend of mine didn't recover at the end of his hernia surgery at age 48.

BF
Except for a select few, most of these people who are licensed to practice medicine, are nothing more than paid shills for big Pharma. Most people I know continue to try to fine a Primary Physician because the one they have now isn't worth a shit. Mine is not,worth a shit. The last 3 have not been worth a shit. Con artists.
Wish I could have the Doc I had 10 years ago, but he retired early. He got fed up with Big Pharm and the disaster that the Medical System had become. Obamacare for him was the proverbial straw.
 
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Except for a select few, most of these people who are licensed to practice medicine, are nothing more than paid shills for big Pharma. Most people I know continue to try to fine a Primary Physician because the one they have now isn't worth a shit. Mine is not,worth a shit. The last 3 have not been worth a shit. Con artists.
A good Doc. is hard to find.

As I heard one Top-Notch surgeon quiz " What do they call the medical student with the lowest grades of all his Class ?" "DOCTOR"
 

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Check the size of your pics. See if that's why they post sideways. Just curious.

Reason is I reduced the pic by 50% to 247KB vs 800KB and it's upright.

2nd pic was 1.2Mb and I reduced it 50% to 345KB and it's correct. I'm on a Mac and the photo preview app has a setting for reducing. I put in 50 and it came out as 345KB (not exactly 1/2) so I don't know why the discrepancy. Looks more like 1/4th.

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