Cancer Tutor Forum Cancer Types Lymphoma MODIFIED CITRUS PECTIN

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    John T

    Hi All !!
    I've seen videos touting the benefits of Modified Citrus Pectin. I was wondering if anyone had any info or experience with taking this supplement ??
    I have Waldestrom's non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and would like to know if it's safe to take ??



    Hi John
    My husband, Pete, also has WM and we are trying to help him without resorting to chemo and immunotherapy. We haven’t used pectin I’m afraid but would be interested to discuss what you are doing and vice versa. Thanks. Helen


    John T

    Hi Helen,
    I just finished 6 months of Chemo @ Sloan Kettering in NYC. My Dr. told me it was “well tolerated and I wouldn't lose my hair”. That was true. I'm doing well and am scheduled for a CBC (complete blood work) end of Feb. HOWEVER…one must combat ALL cancers from multiple angles. I am currently taking BETA-GLUCAN daily and am using a RIFE machine as well. Nutrition is VERY important so I try to eat organic as often as possible and avoid sugars….not easy !! I also use CBD oil and Medical Marajuana. No one has gotten back to re. MCP so I don't use it My BEST to you and Pete !! My email is


    John- I am using MCP. It is touted as a very strong anti inflammatory. I have prostate cancer and have been using a Rife machine, but I think I did it too strong and it irritated the urethra to the point were I had drops of blood. So I backed off the Rife machine, and started using MCP. W/i 2 days the blood disappeared and has not showed up since then, 1 month later.
    There is a new Prostate series out,, and the professional, MD, RD, recommended MCP over tumeric.

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