Thanks for all your work, wow, its been a long time on the internet. What's new with you ? I hope you are well of course, always loved your Iodine story. Anything new and good to share from your side ? A friend of mine had stage 4 breast/lung/bone metastatic cancer complicated by malignant pleural effusion, cachexia and lymphedema and has made it nine months on hospice after one of the "MD" people only gave her two weeks to live. I totally love it, some of these things actually work, but it is not easy, the patient is sometimes their own worst enemy, and when they are not, the immediate family is, the worst enemy b/c of their ignorance, give them things they shouldn't have, that seem "healthy" but are not and actually hinder the recovery. Awesome stuff, it takes a lot of time and even more effot to learn the best of crafts. Always for "spontaneous remissions" there is a biochemical reason, once you know the reason, that's half the battle. the other half is to get others who want to help, to step out of the way.