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    Nine years ago I had surgery to remove a nodule that had begun to grow in my right lung. It turned out to be a malignant Bronchial Avila Carcinoma. It was very small, about 1.26 centimeters, and stage 1A. They removed the lower lobe of my right lung. They said that follow up treatment was not indicated, so I did not have chemo or radiation. They have been doing CT scans regularly/annually, and watching some areas of “abnormality” in the upper right lung . One of those areas has started to grow, so I am scheduled for a lung biopsy in about 10 days. If this turns out to be malignant, the surgeon says that the upper lobe would have to be removed. Although he is a great surgeon and friend, I know there are other ways to go about this. If it is malignant, chances are that it is BAC again. BAC, which is called something else now, is purported to be slow growing and non invasive. If that is true I think that I have plenty of time to try alternative treatments. Bill Henderson was my cancer coach for while in the past, and I have been on his protocol for several years. I may have been doing the CC/FO protocol incorrectly (I added greens and fruit and several ounces of water to the quark mixture to make a palatable smoothie – not sure I should have added all of that?). I am hoping someone can give me some coaching as to what protocols I should try.I live in Texas. None of your currently published recommended clinics are in Texas. There are no integrative or holistic physicians anywhere near me, but I am willing to travel. I do think, however, that I could put myself through your recommended protocol(s) here at home with the right coaching. Thank you for reading this, and I hope to hear from you.

    Tara: Cancer Tutor
    Tara: Cancer Tutor

    Hi there,

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