Earlier this year a 74-year-old Illinois woman experienced severe shoulder pain and some underarm pain as well, so she was taken to the hospital where a CT scan was conducted for a possible heart problem. The scan showed no heart problem, but instead doctors found three free-floating tumors in her abdomen which they believed were cancerous. It would take a month of tests and preparation before treatment could be started.
I spoke with her daughter in early August and learned this woman’s story. In the same discussion the daughter shared with me a “back story” about her father who had remarried and lived in Missouri. The daughter explained that her father had been diagnosed with leiomyosarcoma, a rare soft tissue and bone cancer. After normal treatment had not resulted in any improvement, he had been “sent home to die.” The daughter lives in a section of Peoria IL where a lot of people had used Precious Waters™ nanosilver, so she knew about it and recommended that her father start taking some each day.
He followed her advice. The man was 6’3” and weighed only 125 pounds when he was sent home, but had already gained 14 pounds while on the silver for a relatively short time. At that time, however, a specialist agreed to treat the man with his version of conventional treatment, with no promise of improvement or prolonged life. He was willing to treat him, however, only if he stopped taking the nanosilver. Her father chose to have this specialist treat him, stopped taking the nanosilver, and died not too long afterward.
As any reader of this blog or my book knows, neither Harry Watson nor I recommend keeping any information from medical professionals, but each person will make his or her own decision in that regard. In this case, with her father’s experience painfully still in mind, the daughter told her mother that, during the month they were waiting for treatment, she would start giving her nanosilver daily, but she would not order it unless her mother agreed not to tell the doctors that she was taking it. The daughter knew the doctors would advise her against taking the nanosilver.
The mother agreed and took the nanosilver during that month and during treatment. When treatment was ready to start, the doctors ordered a PET scan to help diagnose the type of cancer and staging, but they could find only the largest of the three tumors that had been previously discovered. The other two had disappeared! But this time they also detected a small tumor in her spleen as well. Because it had already spread to another part of the body, they classified her cancer as Stage 4 Double-Hit High Grade Large B-Cell non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and gave her only a 40% chance of survival at the time they started treatment.
It was a very strenuous treatment, a four-cocktail combination of chemotherapy that they gave her over 5 days in the hospital in a continuous drip, every 3 weeks for 6 treatments. Naturally they expected the normal ravages of chemotherapy would become evident. They were soon to be quite surprised, however, and the oncologist was shocked at how well she was doing during the chemotherapy.
She went on walks almost every day, even when she was in the hospital! She did lose 12 pounds and lost her hair in the early phase of the treatments, but then stabilized and never lost weight after that. In fact she gained two pounds by the end of her treatment, again to the surprise of the doctors.
PET scans taken between July 31st and August 2nd showed no trace of cancer, and although it is generally accepted that no cancer patient is totally free of cancer, which is considered only in “remission,” doctors could not find any significant trace of it. So on August 8th, 2017, they considered her “cancer-free.”
No claims are ever made that Precious Waters™ nanosilver ever cures anything, and in this case there was extensive chemotherapy and many people were praying for the recovery of this woman. Also, as many clinical tests involving placebos have shown, a person’s beliefs can be a big factor in whether, and the extent to which, they recover.
Still, the woman’s daughter is firmly convinced that the nanosilver played a key role in protecting her mother from the harmful effects of chemotherapy. Aside from the many coincidental improvements experienced by several people in her section of Peoria when they took nanosilver, she was also impressed by the fact that two of the tumors in her mother’s abdomen had disappeared by the time treatment started. .
She is also influenced by her own recent experience. She and her husband’s feet and knees have hurt for years, just a pain they have lived with. Her doctor is a functional medicine doctor, and had given her an article claiming that many common conditions are due to the Epstein Barr virus. (The article referred to claims made in the best-selling book Medical Medium by Anthony William.) She followed a specific diet and took several supplements along with the silver to try and cure the EBV and possibly a thyroid condition as well.
During the diet, supplements and silver, their pain went away. But after they stopped the diet regimen their feet and knees began to hurt again right away. When they thought about what must have been helping, they decided it might well be the silver. Within 2 days of taking the silver again, the pain was gone in their feet and knees, and hasn’t come back. Again, no claims are ever made, but she is convinced the nanosilver helped. She could be wrong of course, but why not enjoy a “happy coincidence?”