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Re: Anyone heard of CESIUM CHLORIDE?
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Re: Anyone heard of CESIUM CHLORIDE?

I would like to say in particular that Cesium Chloride does work too well in some cases and can cause serious complications. Because it does kill cancer very rapidly, there is a tremendous die-off effect especially if there are many tumors or large tumors present.

The result of this is that kidney damage and liver damage can occur due to the large amounts of uric acid, etc that are released into the blood by dying tumors. The uric acid can also create significant pain similar to having extensive gout all over the body. coffee enemas are beneficial and dialysis may be needed to help handle the load.

In the case of my wife, she had probably 12 to 18 pounds of tumors located in many organs including 6 to 8 tumors in the brain.

It should be noted that her LDH (lactic acid dehydrogenase) skyrocketed as soon as Cesium chloride was started. LDH is a indicator of cancer apoptosis as well as an indicator of cell death in general. Her death, however was probably the result of an allergic reaction to a pain medication.

In my opinion, Cesium Chloride has a strong potential for stopping and killing cancer. It should be administered along with potassium, calcium, and magnesium.

We have set up a special research fund with the American Institute of Cancer Research for studies using Essiac Tea, Cesium Chloride, and/or Hydrazine sulfate.

To contribute send funds to:

Sarah Alice Etheredge Memorial Fund
c/o AICR
1759 R Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

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