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Breast CA thread

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by Jack Kruse, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. Janette Layne

    Janette Layne Status Nominal AFU

    The testing for Addison’s disease was negative, thankfully!!! The cortisol was actually a little high. Either way I’m elated that I don’t have Addison’s disease!

    My color has faded a good bit, but I’m holding a tan like never before. I found out my maternal haplotype, but I don’t know if this is enough information to determine where I should live. H13a1. I’m looking at Greenbank WV. I’m from West Virginia & would rather move back then leave the country.

    My appointments with Endocrinology,
    rheumatology, & neurology have not been revealing at all. In fact it was rather disappointing to have so many symptoms but still no explanation. The neurologist was the most disappointing as he laughed at the idea of using sunlight to treat/prevent MS (my mother had MS), while he sipped on a Diet Coke on the six floor which is the roof of the facility that is covered in antennas with a nearby airport & airforce. He said the technician that read my results from my MRI exaggerated the findings of demyelination and white matter plaque. I used to think the VA acted this way just to avoid paying us our benefits, but now that I receive the maximum amount I’m convinced they just don’t know what the hell they are doing, or looking for. However he still wants me to have another MRI in six months with a newer magnet they’ve not yet finished installing with the contrast dye. Gladium, I think it’s called. I’m absolutely not wanting to do it, but I need answers!

    I’ve had minimal relief since removing the breast implants, which was crushing at first, but I’ve decided to be patient and hopeful. I’m two months post op. And at the very least I know I’m giving myself the opportunity to heal that I otherwise would not have with them.

    I haven’t put on weight, I’ve lost more actually, but I do seem to have filled back out. (This does not include the FOUR pounds I lost with the explant). It’s as if I can actually hold onto water now.
    The diarrhea has stopped. I think I was pushing way too much fat & stressing over the explant surgery. I’m still broke out all to hell along the jaw line and barely able to menstruate. Hair is still falling out and as thin as it was after I had a nervous breakdown in my late 20s. (Shortly after getting breast implants while taking 15 different pharmaceuticals). My TMJ has been exacerbated by recent botched dental work and I’m waiting to see a crown specialist to have it fixed. I’m also planning to restart Invisalign to fix my bite and hopefully treat the TMJ.

    In the mean time I’m following the post Leptin RX. Adapting to cold weather and still trying to figure out where I should go. I think I could handle WV with this new info about cold and light, but I’m none the less afraid to return only to end up with MS.

    I don’t understand the DNA results. Mine are certainly missing the East Indian ancestry my mother always claimed due to my family relationship with Juliet Prowse. It’s says mostly British, Irish, German, French, Scandinavian & Eastern European. But it also says I’ve originated out of East Africa. I don’t know what this means for me. Please help. Thanks!

    PS: I’m still waiting on Lyme & ACTH bloodwork.
    Heavy Metals 24 hour urinalysis and depleted uranium.
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    @Jack Kruse

    About breast cancer cell proliferation.
    When it happens, is it mostly accompanied by higher than normal aromatase activity?

  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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  5. Sean Waters

    Sean Waters New Member

    Isn't greenbank that place with the national radio silence quiet zone??

    I think you'd do better in Mexico. But, with your kids, you might just be better in a location that isn't totally robbing you of redox 24/7.

    You could hit CT hard, and you could see massive gains. But hard means hard. And that means everyday, plunging into deep cold. Will you do it?
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  6. Janette Layne

    Janette Layne Status Nominal AFU

    Yes, it is. I suppose once I become fully adapted it won’t be a problem. I’ve felt that inner fire now so I finally get it. And I’ve the remainder of the winter here to figure it out. There’s got to be somewhere else in America we can go. I’ve so much bad blood in the area I’ve decided to exhaust every other possibility before I dare return and keep it on the back burner as a last resort. I’m looking at the south now. LA, Alabama, & Mississippi. I’ve a teenage boy that needs access to hunting, fishing, and wilderness. He wants Bearcreek MT, but that‘s too far north and still very high altitude like we live in now. Also, to my understanding, I will lose my benefits if I leave the country.
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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Classic Sickcare Rx blueprint: Add melatonin to a drug treatment instead of promoting better sleep so that a lack of melatonin wouldn't lead to the disease. Cancer is a mitochondrial disease. Not a nuclear gene issue and not a metabolic one. It is a circadian disease linked to ALAN and a lack of sun pure and simple and cheap to treat when you understand the real drivers of the disease and not the made-up ones by the paradigm. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed...ar&utm_medium=social&utm_source=meetedgar.com
  8. Classic medical sick-care providing the next pharmaceutical opportunity to suck more life out of potential victims - This article @Jack Kruse posted is exemplary! There is so much money to be made in this model. The medical industry portrays its self as a compassionate lot, placing monopoly on the words - diagnosis and it accompanying treatment.
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    When you take supplemental melatonin more times than not Nature will punish your circadian mechanism around PER1/PER2 NAD+/SIRT1 levels to favor chronic mitochondrial colony failure. Acute melatonin administration in humans impairs glucose tolerance in both the morning and evening. When you take melatonin as a supplement long enough be ready for retinal thinning and redox collapse of your mitochondria in many organs.
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  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    If you have chronic infertility, breast, prostate, ovarian, or cervical cancer you have cancer linked to endocrine disruption and poor solar exposure. Artificial light at night is an endocrine disruptor and you and your doctor better upgrade your knowledge if you want to survive or have a kid the way Nature built us to. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5839924/ When you spend your life surrounded by blue light and nnEMF you often pay a biologic toll. Consider the case of Kristen Welker of NBC News. She had well-documented difficulties in getting pregnant with her husband John and the tremendous impact on her life, and the lives of so many who will watch this. Superb job by the “Today” show, and Welker, telling the story of trying to have a baby—through a surrogate mother—in the pandemic. Welker:
    “John and I have struggled with infertility for years . . . It’s a lonely journey. We wanted to share our journeys with others, to help other families.”
    f. What an emotional story. Welker moderated the presidential debate last year going through this incredibly emotional time in her life. “The tears and the sadness and the setbacks were worth it because she’s worth it,” Welker said of her future child. Man, that was a tear-jerker.
  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    His mother had breast cancer, the doctor has given her 3 months to live.
    At the time in the video it was 5 years later.
    She ate mushrooms. (likely $40 worth or more)
    Turkey Tail Mushroom


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  12. Paul Stamets is a rock star black swan.
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  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Classic Sickcare Rx blueprint: Add melatonin to drug treatment instead of promoting better more solar exposure to create endogenous melatonin to improve sleep naturally so that a lack of melatonin wouldn't lead to the disease. Cancer is a mitochondrial disease that cannot happen when endogenous melatonin production is intact. The genesis of cancer is not a nuclear gene issue and not a metabolic one. Cancer always begins with an epigenetic problem = a chronic lack of sunlight issue. It is a circadian disease linked to ALAN and a lack of sun pure and simple and cheap to treat when you understand the real drivers of the disease and not the made-up ones by the paradigm. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31221824...
  14. Jack Kruse

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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Solar Ultraviolet Radiation and Breast Cancer Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis The sun wins again for defeating breast cancer ladies. You never get told this because the sun is free and breast cancer drugs and surgery are very profitable for centralized healthcare. The TLDR ladies:
    "Spending ≥2h/days in the sun had a similar protective effect as 1 to <2h/d when compared with <1h/day"
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  16. Nice study - It is one of the "first" that did not condemn UV sunlight "as damaging", while pointing to exogenous D3 supplementation as the resolution.

    "Fourteen studies were included in the review and 13 in the meta-analysis, with the majority (n=8) conducted in North America. We observed a decreased risk of breast cancer for individuals spending greater than 1h/d" in the sun during summer months over a lifetime or usual adulthood compared with less than 1h/d.
    Clearly, further research is warranted on time spent in the sun, subsequent circulating vitamin D levels, and the risk of different subtypes of breast cancer."​
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