Published: 18 years ago
Re: thermal cancer therapy, mostly a response to David's message (and of course, if anyone else in here has any thoughts son it).
sounds great, David ... be nice to 'have to' buy something that's fun. Can't wait to check it out. and in my local newspaper it's not impossible to find hot tubs for free (but mini- hot tubs??)
But I'm still not sure I understand -- is it okay for the water to be just up to my waist, or is it not? And do I have to alternate with freezing cold water??? (I swim in the bay but not till it gets warmer).
Thanks again, my friend.
btw -- not that you asked me about cesium chloride which I mentioned in the last post but if you ever find you're considering it, it's not really something anyone should do without at least enough health insurance so that if they're electrolytes, potassium, calcium, mag, etc. go out of balance, they can get themselves admitted to a hospital for tests before they go into cardiac arrest. My pharmaceutical co. pal couldn't stop laughing at what he called my 'do-it-yourself-chemo.'