Dan McAneny is a 5x cancer survivor. At the end of 2006 he learned he had two serious cancers. One of them , non-Hodgkins B-cell Lymphoma, kept coming back in different places, first surrounding a kidney and them in his stomach and groin. He was fine after two years of chemo and radiation (a lot of it!) at Duke in 2007-08, ending in November 2008.
He stayed healthy until the fall of 2011, when the lymphoma returned with a vengeance in his stomach. Once again, the chemo did its job and he was better by the end of the year, but doctors at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa wanted to do a bone marrow transplant in late February/early March 2012, to stave off the return of his cancer for as long as possible. (They believe it is definitely coming back.)
Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, Dan could not deliver the platelets needed. They were getting less than 2 platelets per cc of his blood, where they needed at least 10. That was the last treatment Dan has had, and at 74 he is today very healthy, walking his whippet Duke from 3 to 5 miles per day.
None of Dan’s treatments involved nanosilver, but the cocktails the doctors used at Duke and Moffitt often included metals, including platinum. That’s why Dan was predisposed to accept Harry Watson’s experience just as Harry describes it, getting past serious cancer with nanosilver, baking soda, and something Harry calls clustered water.
Like Harry, Dan is motivated to help as many people as possible who have cancer, HIV, TB or any other disease caused by a virus, bacteria or fungus. He makes no money when people buy Precious Waters nanosilver and has no financial interest in Harry’s company. But he loves to hear about people who have gotten better while taking it! Dan now takes a small dose of Precious Waters nanosilver as a preventive and tries to keep his PH above 7.
Dan loves what he does for a living. Insurance companies pay him to help people on long term disability who want to start or buy a business or, in some cases, win a job. He directs people in the required research and then develops a business plan. Sometimes the insurance companies will fund the business, but if not, people can take the plan and find other sources of funding.
Dan and his wife Pat have 5 grown children who live in various parts of the U.S. He has written three books, two for people on disability who want to get back into action, and one on his studies about the afterlife.