(19-01-29) Weekly Regimen

It took me an entire week to get my schedule down, but I think I have got it.

MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, & FRIDAYS

  • 8:00 – nebulizer
  • 8:20-8:40 – eat breakfast, with freshly squeezed orange juice
  • post-breakfast – morning meds: multivitamin, B17 vitamin, and two anti-cancer drugs (Arimidex and Talidomida)
  • 8:45-10:00 – chelation therapy
  • 10:45-1:45ish – drip bags of amino acids and electrolytes
  • 12:00-12:30 – eat lunch, with cuachalate tea
  • 1:00 – coffee/mushroom/shark cartilage enema
  • 2:00-2:30 – ozone therapy
  • 2:40-3:40 – cabbage therapy
  • post-cabbage – take a shower
  • pre-dinner – daily check-in with Dr. Rubio, Sr.
  • 5:00-6:00 – dinner, with electrolyte tea and/or ozone water
  • 6:00-12ish (Mondays and Wednesdays only) – 3 bags: stem cells, cancer vaccine, and meds (antibiotic, antihistamine, and pain med)
  • 6:00-2:00ish (Fridays only) – 2nd of 4 chemotherapy meds
  • 8:00-8:20 – nebulizer

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TUESDAYS

  • 7:45 – blood drawn, to be mixed with cancer vaccine for next week
  • 8:00 – nebulizer
  • 8:20-8:40 – breakfast with freshly squeezed orange juice
  • post-breakfast – take meds
  • 8:45-10:00 – chelation therapy
  • 9:15 – lymphatic foot bath
  • 9:45 – Rife therapy
  • 10:15-3:45ish – drip bags with amino acids, minerals, and electrolytes
  • 12-12:30 – lunch, with cuachalate tea
  • 1:14-1:45 – ozone therapy
  • 1:55-3:00 – cabbage therapy
  • post-cabbage – take a shower
  • pre-dinner – daily check-in with Dr. Rubio, Sr.
  • 5:00-5:45 – eat dinner, with ozone water and/or electrolyte tea
  • 6:00-12ish – 3 bags: stem cells, cancer vaccine, and meds (antibiotic, antihistamine, and pain med)
  • 8:00-8:20 – nebulizer

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THURSDAYS

same as Tuesdays, except I get one of my four chemo meds at night

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SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

(basically, no cabbage, foot bath, enema, or Rife therapy treatments; no vaccines; no blood draws; and no daily check-ins with Dr. Rubio, Sr.)

  • 8:00 – nebulizer
  • 8:20-8:40 – eat breakfast, with freshly squeezed orange juice
  • post-breakfast – morning meds
  • 9:00-6:00 – drip bags of chelation therapy, amino acids, minerals, and electrolytes
  • 12:00-12:30 – eat lunch, with cuachalate tea
  • 2:00-2:30 – ozone therapy
  • 5:00-6:00 – dinner, with electrolyte tea and/or ozone water
  • 6:00-12am – chemotherapy
  • 8:00-8:20 – nebulizer

Author: breastcancerat35

I was diagnosed with Stage 3C Invasive Breast Cancer in October/November, 2015. This blog is my way to process my experience and allow my loved ones to have ongoing updates about my journey.

6 thoughts on “(19-01-29) Weekly Regimen”

  1. Hi!
    Thank you for allowing me to share your blog entries. It sounds as if you are really busy! It appears to me that your clinic is utilizing western medicine as well as some nice alternative medicine. I am sure I will be learning about it as you continue to share. You are the iconic teacher!
    You are in my thoughts, prayers and good wishes. Each time you write I take it as an opportunity to stop what I am doing for a moment to hold you in my thoughts and pray for you and those who care for you in Mexico 🇲🇽.
    Much love,
    Lorraine Calhoun

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  2. Thank you, Lorraine! I do like how they’re integrating multiple philosophies on treatment and healing. One thing is for sure: I definitely FEEL a lot better doing it this way!
    I appreciate your words and your thoughts and your overall mindfulness as you read my blog. It helps fuel me, knowing how much support I have all over the place.

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  3. When I read your post part of me gets real sad and I cry. But then I think about all the side ways funny looks you have given me in the classroom. As well as the holy shit moments, when a kid finally wants to learn. My favorite is the slight smile you have, while in constant movement trying to help a troubled student. Your never far from my mind and heart.

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  4. Just this morning, Nurse Naliel asked me, “Do you miss your work?” Most people probably would have said no, but I didn’t even HESITATE to reply, “Yes, I miss teaching.”
    I have more work to do at Adobe.

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  5. I can’t figure out how to log in right now, but this is me ‘liking’ the posts above. I would still like to watch you in action teaching one day.

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