My Cancer Pregnancy Test
Does it work?
I was very intrigued by your theory so went out and got a First Reponse Pregnancy Test which has a sensitivity of 25 IUs. It was negative. A few days later, I sent off my urine sample to the Navarro Clinic and those results came in at 54 IUs.
Interestingly enough, my PET scan a week after providing the Navarro sample, came back No Evidence of Disease.
For a bit of background, I was diagnosed Stage 4 Breast Cancer December 2012. I did 8 rounds of Chemo with some minor success. I am currently on Herceptin & Perjeta which are neo-adjuvant therapies to stop progression. In August 2013 I started the Bill Henderson Protocol which promotes the Navarro Clinic hCG testing. My first test score in Sept 2013 was 52.2. The next score in November was 52.6. As the Navarro scores have been increasing, my scans have been showing a DECREASE in tumor size! I find this a little odd and not sure how to interpret this.
I plan to do a few more Navarro tests in the coming months to see the trend vs what the MRIs, Ultra-Sounds and MRIs are telling me.
Thanks for your input Sabrina. The Navarro Clinic (www.navarromedicalclinic.com) says that 50-400 IU is only ‘Faintly Positive’ which might fit with your negative PET scan. Also given the scale of potential results from the Navarro Clinic I would have thought your results effectively unchanging. I don’t know why the First Response didn’t pick up on your hCG as shown by the Navarro test.
I have briefly looked up the Bill Henderson Protocol and see some similarities to, but some potentially significant differences from B17 Metabolic Therapy discussed on this website.