An 80-year-old Montana man living near Great Falls was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins B-Cell Lymphoma in his stomach and started chemo on May 21, 2015. His tumor was originally about the size of a fruit jar lid, 3″, according to his wife Barbara. He has 6 sessions of chemo three weeks apart. In mid-July he also ordered 6 bottles of Precious Waters (TM) nanosilver from Harry Watson and started taking it daily. On August 31st, his oncologist declared him cancer-free.
This is an interesting man, very healthy his entire life, except for diabetes which he kept under tight control. According to Barbara, he was an unusually determined man, so it was easy for him to keep the diabetes under control. As an example of his determination, she related the story of how he won a 2015 Subaru Legacy with all the bells and whistles by winning a contest. The challenge was to see who could sit in a Subaru the longest, getting out only 10 minutes every 2 hours. He was declared the winner after sitting in it for 17 days!!!! He was also very active his entire life, maintaining a fleet of 109 trucks for the State of Montana.
Now no claims can ever be made for Precious Waters (TM) nanosilver, but in this case it shows that taking the nanosilver along with chemo did no harm. This man and his wife Barbara, with whom I spoke, both maintain that they “know” the nanosilver played a big part in beating this cancer, and Barbara stated that when he started taking it, his Ph level became much more alkaline and less acidic, which is a positive for anyone fighting cancer. When she ordered more bottles from Harry, she thanked him for doing what he does, and asked him not to stop. It is entirely possible, of course, that the chemo alone got rid of the cancer. But they believe so strongly that the nanosilver helped, they advised a neighbor with a cancer tumor to start taking it, and he has already ordered some.
There was a well-publicized study two years ago that indicated when silver was taken along with an antibiotic, the antibiotic was many times more effective, up to 1000% more effective. It is possible that the nanosilver made the chemo much more effective in this case, but that cannot be proven and no claims are made. It’s another happy coincidence though.