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Testimonial of ovarian cancer, uterus, peritoneum, spots in the lungs and liver

In the spring, I experienced a series of days where I was feeling very tired and bloated until one day I stopped to pull a weed in my garden, I felt a burst in my stomach. I immediately phoned my Gynecologist and she asked me to see her the same evening after her consultations. After an examination and ultrasound, she told me that I had advanced ovarian carcinoma with 952 C.A.125.

Once the dizziness had passed, I had to take charge and immediately seek a surgeon for a rapid intervention. I found this three weeks later. On May 15, the operation, which began at 7 a.m. and lasted 4 hours. In the recovery room, the doctors had to take me back to the operating room: I had internal bleeding and my blood pressure was very low. After another intervention I found myself in my room at 10 pm.

After 15 days in the hospital followed by a month of nursing home, I started chemotherapy. 

After two sessions, I was told that the third is not possible because of total aplasia. I contacted the Beljanski prescribing physician, who asked me to double the dose of RNA Fragments, after which I saw my form come back and we were able to continue the chemotherapy sessions every three weeks as planned.  During my fourth chemotherapy treatment, the oncologist told me “I don’t know how you do with whatever they put in you”! (… as poison). I told him I would tell him when I was healed. After six months of chemotherapy and a second “look”, the doctors declared that I was in total remission. That’s when I asked my oncologist if I could give him the answer to his previous question. I told him that I owed it to Dr. Beljanski and his extracts. His reaction was a shrug. Was it to tell me that he knew it but couldn’t say anything or that he didn’t believe it? My surgeon’s response was … “well if you believe in perilipin powder …”.

In January, when I was again tired and having digestive problems; I had an MRI to follow-up in continuity with the genetic mutation of BRCA1 and BECA2 of a few years prior. Following this MRI, I was diagnosed with lymph nodes in the pancreas and in the duodenum. They confirmed Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma which meant I would have to undergo chemo.

On June 8, they performed an excision of a left supraclavicular lymphadenopathy – coulometric lymphadenopathy up to 2.5 cm and upper mediastinal lymphadenopathy. The toe scan, scheduled for June 17 showed supra diaphragmatic lymph node hyper xations cervical, mediastinal and sub-diaphragmatic, coulometric without visceral or bone involvement).

As soon as I heard the word “chemo” I decided to continue taking the Beljanski extracts to tackle the disease head on.

Everything was going well; chemotherapy was taking place regularly until the third year and then there were side effects. I had to deal with a pulmonary embolism, which had delayed and changed the treatment a bit. Every day, I thought of Dr. Beljanski and I picked up my precious extracts that I had with my drawer.

For Christmas the chemical treatment was finished and to this day, November 30 I still take the pao, rauwolfia and ginkgo extracts every day and one dose of RNA fragments every week.

Thank you for CIRIS picnics which are so nice and especially a big thank you to Dr. Beljanski and to those who are still working on all this research.

Together, let’s support the foundation with all our gratitude and in kindness.