Dc 2/15/21 muscle invasive aggressive, total of 5 doctors came to the same conclusion, RC.
After a heart attack my kidneys were not doing good, so RC was going to get me in dialysis, I opted to go keep my bladder,
My it2 muscle invasive BC got eradicated in few weeks using several cancer treatments with a long research and good results.
QOL was important to me, my insurance wanted me to loose my Bladder, but in my business (boating manufacturing. BC is really common, throughout the years I have seen that most RC do not increase the life expectancy without mayor issues,, the only two survivors were so advanced that RC was not considered. As soon as I was diagnosed with BC muscle invasive I knew that was not going to be a walk in the park remedy,
I hired doctors and nurses full time to turn this beast around, blood test urine, glucose levels, ultrasound, MRI, TURBT were part of the agenda, VG5000, meyer’s, Coley’s, vitaminCk3, IV Ozone plus Gerson diet did the trick in less than 3 weeks, stage 2 is no longer, now is a T1, much easier to handle, none aggressive, mon muscle invasive, and most important I can keep my bladder, no longer a time bomb .
The question is why an engineer like me was able to save my life and my QOL but the American Cancer Association and insurance companies can’t? All that information was in Google, every cocktail got a reason, the one without the other are useless,