(19-03-14) Wrapping It Up

I’m in my final week here at RCC. I leave on Sunday to return to Phoenix. I’m really disappointed that i missed out on a week of treatment and that, as a result, i don’t get to leave here with my TNF level between 45-50, like Dr. Rubio, Sr wanted. However, I’m purchasing a home program that includes my stem cells, three of the four cancer vaccines, and all the medications and supplements that i take here. I sat with Dr. Rubio, Sr and Carolyn today, and they both went through the entire program with me: what it involves and which days and times i need to do each thing. The doctor also told me he will be upping the dosage on my vaccines from 2,000cc’s to 3,000cc’s, to make up for the time that i lost. He is not charging extra for that; that is a gift. Also, because i expressed initial concern over the cost, he is giving me a discount on this program. It’s still a lot … but it’s not $15,000 a lot. So, i appreciated that.

Aside from that, I’m just here in bed still healing from the surgery. My whole body is weak. I kind of fell today – squatted down to get a tissue off the ground but then realized i had no strength in my legs to stand back up. I ended up going down on all fours and crawling to the toilet so that i could hoist myself up. I didn’t realize this surgery was going to have such a large impact on the strength in the rest of my body. Guess i’m still working my way up past Ground Zero….

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.

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