“Restored Health” from Prostate Cancer is completely possible!
Prostate cancer video testimony.
Note: The man in the video above had a PSA of 43.5 before starting the protocol. After three weeks, his PSA count went down to 6. After 3 months, on the “Protocol 1000” his PSA has been a steady 1.2!!!! There was no use of enema in his protocol, only oral dosing.
Other testimonies of “restored health” from Prostate cancer:
#1 “Hello, I am a 72 year old male who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last Aug, 10,2012 by biopsy in Costa Rica. The Doctor there wanted to remove the prostate, I declined. When I returned to home in USA Dr. here wanted to start radiation treatment which I again declined, planning to do herbal treatment and to spend winter in another part of USA. Dr. said okay we can wait and see (watchful waiting). My PSA level was 10.2 in Aug, I had it rechecked in Oct. it was 9.8 It seemed to be going in the right direction with herbs. Dr. in Costa Rick prescribed Proscar and Dr. in USA prescribed Flomax which I took until January 2013.
I contacted a Dr. in Springfield Mo. who wanted the slides from Costa Rica. When I got them and took them to him he said they were not good enough to determine if I in fact had Prostate Cancer. I submitted to another biopsy,(not fun) results came back still cancer there although on the Gerson scale it had dropped from total of 6 to 5. He wanted to remove prostate I again said not yet I want to do some herbal things to try and defeat the cancer. He said okay it is your life but it won't help, but he agreed to watchful waiting again.
I was informed about MMS in January and had some difficulty finding a source of supply. I first ordered from Canada and after more than two weeks I had not received order. It seems it was held up in customs. I searched further and found a USA source and ordered MMS from them, in less than a week I received both orders. I began the MMS1 on the old protocol of one drop activated first hour then upped it one drop per hour until I was up to 9 drops, I had not experienced any problem. Next morning I took 10 drops, waited 30 min. to eat breakfast, then 30 min. later took 11 drops. In very short time I could not get to bathroom fast enough, I upchucked everything I had eaten and had diarrhea. I had to drop back to 4 drops to keep from having diarrhea.
After the first week I added the MMS2 every other hour for the 10 hrs. starting with 1/4 capsule for one day then 1/2 for next day then third day one full 00 capsule. I was able to ramp up the MMS1 to 8 drops per hour for 10 hours/day. I continued the treatment for full 6 weeks, after returning home from Missouri I had blood drawn and sent to lab for analysis and it came back normal (cancer free). I have had PSA test done in July 2013 and it was 8.4 which is going in right direction. I have much better urine flow than before and less nighttime trips to bathroom. After I had been on MMS for two weeks I dropped off the Flomax and have not had a return of difficulty in urinating”.
Note: “I had also been of HBP medication for about 16 years to control blood pressure. I have been off this medication for over two month and pressure is normal (120/62 pulse 64). I am currently on no prescription medication and feel as long as I have MMS I will no longer be dependent on pharmaceutical drugs.
I cannot thank my son, God and Jim Humble enough for making me aware of the availability of MMS in its different forms, I am in process of making the CDS solution, I understand it has a better test and is as effective if not more so than MMS1.
If you have health issues you owe it to yourself to try MMS in its different forms according to recommended protocols”.
#2 “About ten months ago Ronnie was diagnosed with Gleason scale 7 Prostate Cancer. This is a fast growing number. His PSA number was 11.6. He was told if he didn't take drastic action he had, at the most, five years to live. He decided not to make a decision at that time but did take a 6 month Harmon therapy shot. We found Jim on the internet a month later. What has happened next is on our web site "www.foust.info", along with Jim's News Letter "Malaria Overcome". We have been telling everyone about the results of MMs. We also put info on my
"Face Book.com/Rhoda Foust". Ronny is now cancer free and his PSA is down to 1.2 Our family and friends are so impressed some are buying your book and even buying some for friends. One doctor told him, after it had already worked, that it would never work. Another Dr. wanted to see the book and even wrote down where to send for it. To read the results of how MMs aided in Ronnie's cure go to "www.foust.info" and click on "List of Studies" and select "Ronnie's Prostate Cancer Ordeal". To read Jim's news Letter select "God's Answer to Ronnie -Cancer Free" I have invited everyone on face book to go there and read it. Many have.
We thank God He sent us to Jim!! Thank you all, and Jim, for dedicating your life and talent for healing so many dying people”.
Rhoda and Ronald Foust
#3 “Dear Jim,?In 1997 I was diagnosed with a Gleason 7 prostate cancer having a 1.5cm tumor. My healing modalities at the time did not include mainstream medicine but was expensive. For the last 6 years my AMAS tests were negative. July this year my AMAS test had a Net Tag of 158 which was elevated cancer; on Aug. 2 the Net Tag was 181 and finally on Sept. 21, 2011 my Net Tag was reduced to 81 which is very low and well in the normal range.?I used MMS1 and MMS2 protocols with MMS enemas. What cost me last time over $50,000 I did this time for $50.-. I am ever so grateful for your work, Jim, facing challenges with tenacity and bringing a better and better understanding to how MMS works. On your old program I got rid of a stubborn case of candida [yes, us men have that too] where for 10 years I tried everything and nothing worked until I took MMS for 3 weeks and the follow-up tests had me clear. I had a hard time taking the MMS the old way and was delighted to be able to take it in capsules now.?I encourage anyone with a serious disease to study MMS; it helped me two times so far. I will now stay on a maintenance protocol. The above mentioned tests and my daily MMS consumption protocol are available on request”.? Many thanks again,
Two video testimonies of “restored health” from Prostate Cancer
This is a very hot topic today seeing that:
Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. The American Cancer Society’s estimates for prostate cancer in the United States for 2014 are:
1. About 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed
2. About 29,480 men will die of prostate cancer
Note: Based on these statistics, about 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime.
Prostate cancer occurs mainly in older men. About 6 cases in 10 are diagnosed in men aged 65 or older, and it is rare before age 40. The average age at the time of diagnosis is about 66.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind only lung cancer. About 1 man in 36 will die of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer can be a serious disease, but most men diagnosed with prostate cancer do not die from it. In fact, more than 2.5 million men in the United States who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point are still alive today because they opted to remove the prostate completely.
Note: This is unnecessary and the side effects for a man are horrible! I just saw the President of Colombia make a speech live on TV after he had his prostate removed recently and he urinated on himself! This is just one of the side effects.
The major possible side effects of radical prostatectomy are urinary incontinence (being unable to control urine) and impotence (being unable to have erections). It should be noted that these side effects can also occur with other forms of treatment for prostate cancer, although they are described here in more detail.
Urinary incontinence: You may develop urinary incontinence, which means you are not able to control your urine or have leakage or dribbling. There are different degrees of incontinence. Being incontinent can affect you not only physically but emotionally and socially as well. There are 3 major types of incontinence:
Stress incontinence is the most common type of incontinence after prostate surgery. Men with stress incontinence leak urine when they cough, laugh, sneeze, or exercise. It is usually caused by problems with the muscular valve that keeps urine in the bladder (the bladder sphincter). Prostate cancer treatments may damage the muscles that form this valve or the nerves that keep the muscles working.
Men with overflow incontinence cannot empty the bladder well. They take a long time to urinate and have a dribbling stream with little force. Overflow incontinence is usually caused by blockage or narrowing of the bladder outlet by scar tissue.
Men with urge incontinence have a sudden need to go to the bathroom and pass urine. This problem occurs when the bladder becomes too sensitive to stretching as it fills with urine.
Note: Rarely after surgery, men lose all ability to control their urine. This is called continuous incontinence.
Impotence (erectile dysfunction): This means you cannot get an erection sufficient for sexual penetration. The nerves that allow men to get erections may be damaged or removed by radical prostatectomy. Other treatments (besides surgery) may also damage these nerves or the blood vessels that supply blood to the penis to cause an erection.
Surgery for prostate cancer
Surgery is a common choice to try to cure prostate cancer if it is not thought to have spread outside the gland (stage T1 or T2 cancers).
The main type of surgery for prostate cancer is known as a radical prostatectomy. In this operation, the surgeon removes the entire prostate gland plus some of the tissue around it, including the seminal vesicles. A radical prostatectomy can be done in different ways.
Open approaches to radical prostatectomy
In the more traditional approach to doing a prostatectomy, the surgeon operates through a single long incision to remove the prostate and nearby tissues. This is sometimes referred to as an open approach.
Radical retro pubic prostatectomy
For this operation, the surgeon makes a skin incision in your lower abdomen, from the belly button down to the pubic bone. You will be either under general anesthesia (asleep) or be given spinal or epidural anesthesia (numbing the lower half of the body) along with sedation during the surgery.
The risks with any type of radical prostatectomy are much like those with any major surgery, including risks from anesthesia. Among the most serious, there is a small risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clots in the legs that may travel to your lungs, and infection at the incision site.
If lymph nodes are removed, a collection of lymph fluid (called a lymphocele) can form and may need to be drained.
Because there are many blood vessels near the prostate gland, another risk is bleeding during and after the surgery. You may need blood transfusions, which carry their own small risk. Rarely, part of the intestine might be cut during surgery, which could lead to infections in the abdomen and might require more surgery to correct. Injuries to the intestines are more common with laparoscopic and robotic surgeries than with the open approach.
In extremely rare cases, people die because of complications of this operation. Your risk depends, in part, on your overall health, your age, and the skill of your surgical team.
Things that can change your PSA count. When you have a PSA test, you should not have:
• an active urine infection;
• ejaculated (produced semen during sex or masturbation) in the previous 48 hours;
• exercised heavily in the previous 48 hours;
1. had a prostate biopsy in the previous six weeks;
Note: If your test results suggest you may have a problem with your prostate, your GP will refer you to a hospital specialist who will then decide if you need further tests, such as a biopsy. A prostate biopsy takes tiny pieces of the prostate to look at under a microscope for signs of cancer. The biopsy involves having a probe inserted into the rectum (back passage).
There are some short-term effects of a biopsy. One side effect is blood in your semen - some men have a bit of blood, others have a lot. Your semen may look blood-stained. Wear a condom if you are having sex during this time.
2. had a rectal examination (examination of the back passage with a gloved finger) in the previous week.
Note: Each of these may produce an unusually high PSA result. And who knows what else would change the PSA level and pressure a man to have surgery.
Having treatment for prostate cancer can affect:
• how you feel about yourself sexually
• your desire to have sex (libido)
• your ability to get an erection (erectile function)
• your ability to ejaculate and have an orgasm
• your sexual satisfaction
• your fertility
• the appearance of your body
• your relationships.
I put this information in here for all men to know what to expect if they choose to listen to a Doctor about removing their prostate which is not necessary! Not to mention the fact that, Doctors can also push for radiation and chemo treatments before the surgery that have their own side effects and risks and many have said makes the cancer spread!!
How the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing can help “restore health” from Prostate Cancer?
1. Come to our one of our “Health Restoration centers” worldwide.
Note: This is a 1 Month protocol program which includes Diet, training and practical experience
2. Attend one of our Genesis II Church Seminars worldwide.
Upcoming Genesis II Church MMS seminars
• Brighton, England
- May 17th - 18th 2014 - Read more.
• Portland, Oregon, US
- May 23rd - 25th 2014 - Read more.
• Chosica, Peru
- June 13th - 16th 2014 - Read more.
3. Study a Genesis II Church Home Study video course.
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This is the first in a series of newsletters covering the “restoration to health” from Genesis II Church sacramental protocols in regard to specific health issues, such as; Breast Cancer, Hepatitis, Diabetes, Herpes, HIV, High Blood Pressure and MRSA, – (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) to name a few. Each newsletter will include “Real Life” testimonies. We hope to use this series of newsletters to record and archive many more to help others see that they really can, “Take control of their own Health”
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