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I cannot stress this enough..
Anyone about to undergo chemo should ask for a chemo sensitivity test, first. It tells if a person will respond to a chemo. It is not given as a standard here, in the US. It is a standard test, in Germany. 


How to avoid chemo side effects


The photo above is really important. The lowest point of the body should be the posterior and the elbows. The reason is because many types of chemo have heavy metals in them like platinum and they damage the nerve endings out of the lowest registers...right at the first chemo infusion, in many cases. The nurses kept asking us if Brad could feel the tingling. Luckily, we were playing cards and I had Brad's feet propped up to rub his feet. 


We weren't always able to have a bed for infusions. When Brad was in a recliner we would get him 3 pillows or 2 pillows and a blankets. one pillow for under his hands and the other two were to get his legs up. It worked like a charm and is also good for helping prevent hair from falling out because of body position. It causes better blood flow.


From what we have found, the side effects of chemo can be as deadly as the disease. His oncology Dr. said if the cancer didn't kill Brad, the chemo would. So we went about it to FLUSH FLUSH FLUSH as much as possible with water and green drinks. 8 x 12oz of water a day is so important.


To get the liver functioning at a high rate and to remove toxins from it, we believe coffee enema's work well. Black Cumin Seed Oil also known as Nigella Oil is fantastic for cleaning out the heavy metals from the liver and it helps nutrients soak in through the liver. It helps the liver to work more effectively.


Curcumin is oil soluble so we put the curcumin powder into a shot glass of olive oil for Brad to take, daily. 


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