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13 years 4 months ago #2556 by Rosemary
BTW, Mike, I'm glad we helped!!!! :)

I've had nine BCG's and no more for 5 more months.

If you need more input, we are always here, (or I should say we're around most of the time)
Please let us know how it goes.....


Rosemary
Age - 55
T1 G3 - Tumor free 2 yrs 3 months
Dx January 2006

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13 years 4 months ago #2554 by Mike

Greg,

I am totally intrigued :-X

Ro - Read the packet! I think that IA for BCG or MytomycinC spillage is neutralise with mild acid and wash surface spillages or skin spillage with mild acid - eg. vinegar!

What the heck does "IA" mean?  Is that like an antidote? (sp)

Can we infer from this that an alkaline bladder environment is conducive to anti-bladder cancer, or are we just "whistling Dixie" here?

Ro


Hi,

IA means Immediate Action.

Can we infer from this that an alkaline bladder environment is conducive to anti-bladder cancer

NO wrong inference - an acid wash neutralises MytomycinC and also I think BCG. No inferrence is given or implied by this that alkalinity or acidity has any causal or curative effect on the cancer.

or are we just "whistling Dixie" here?

Petomaines I know of but this one is a new one on me - that could be the star turn ;D ;D

Whatever Ro, Ro, Ro(s) your boat ;)

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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13 years 4 months ago #2552 by Mike
Hi,

dunno - maybe it works like draino ::)

I'm sure we'll know if you try it (NO emoticon for ducking at speed :()

I'm not sure to what extent fluid alkaline or acidic properties are absorbed into the blood stream for the kidneys to strip out with the uria etc.

Let us all know if it burns and if it does it was someone elses idea ;) ;D

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Greg L-W.

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13 years 4 months ago #2549 by Rosemary
Also,

Isn't cranberry juice acidic????? :-/

Ro

Rosemary
Age - 55
T1 G3 - Tumor free 2 yrs 3 months
Dx January 2006

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13 years 4 months ago #2548 by Rosemary
Greg,

I am totally intrigued :-X

Ro - Read the packet! I think that IA for BCG or MytomycinC spillage is neutralise with mild acid and wash surface spillages or skin spillage with mild acid - eg. vinegar!


What the heck does "IA" mean?  Is that like an antidote? (sp)

Can we infer from this that an alkaline bladder environment is conducive to anti-bladder cancer, or are we just "whistling Dixie" here?

Ro


Rosemary
Age - 55
T1 G3 - Tumor free 2 yrs 3 months
Dx January 2006

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13 years 4 months ago #2546 by Mike
Hi,

next time try Cranberry juice every uro & obs. & gyny. call it natures little plumber ;)

Ro - Read the packet! I think that IA for BCG or MytomycinC spillage is neutralise with mild acid and wash surface spillages or skin spillage with mild acid - eg. vinegar!

So if acid neutralises it surely to make it more effective de-acidify urine with BiCarb tablets - Dr. Au has written a whole paper on it which I raed a year or two ago - as I recal he was dept. urology at Ohio State Hospital and I think it was Jesse Au.

One day I may figure time to find the paper again ;) :-/

Right now I am much more scared than Hootie has any excuse to be ::) I have a darned sore throat and a sinus headache and over 5 years on the one thing that I can feel in my stomach is when I cough or sneeze hard IT HURTS :'(

Tell you what Hootie I'll ride to and fro on the CT for the next 3 days if you do my coughing and sneezing for me ;)

Here is some BRUTAL motivation for you - no one on this Forum thinks you have Cancer so just immagine YOU HAVE got cancer >:( It was confined but you have ducked and dived just long enough to avoid tests that it has broken out - how long do you intend to risk it growing free?

Failure to diagnose in time is the single cause of premature death from cancer.

Haul ass down to your Doctor - explain your fears and get the earliest CT you can - HE WILL understand because General Practicioners do understand Fear - all other symptoms they refer rapidly to get them on someone elses insurance and mal practice policy ;D ;D ;D

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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