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Topic : Cancer - Brain Sterm Glioma


 Nerve cells are cleaned by the enzyme from the pancreas called trypsin along with chimotrypsin.  Digestion would be a factor in recovery
The thyroid shuttles all blood to the brain and protects from cancer.  Thyroid testing and supplementation would help.
The brain uses urea which is almost identical to the amniotic fluid that a baby grows in.  This urea is available in powder form and is used to treat brain cancers but an old method that is not taught.  As a cancer therapy it is very low cost and not taught anymore.
The fluid of the brain uses more digestive enzymes and one is actually an amino acid from protein called taurine.  One digestive enzyme is based on glycine that is found in glutathione and concentrated in the brain, heart and liver for protection from cancers.  The other enzyme is based on taurine which also concentrates in the eye fluid and brain fluid to keep them clean.  A lot of taurine in also found in the fluid around the heart to keep it healthy.
Males are harder to treat than females because testosterone attracts more calcium to the body.  Once the calcium forms a protective layer around cancer it is harder to treat.  The thryoid produces a protein to dissolve these calcium lumps in the brain especially.  The salmon and eel have hive levels of this protein and it happens to be more active than human versions.  It is found in salmon oil but no other fish oil.
Human breast milk contain a higher level of iodine and this is in part why breast fed babies are healthier than bottle fed, assuming the bottle was cows or goats milk.  Iodine is one of the halogens on the periodic table and with this group there are fluoride, chloride, bromide and iodide.  Some foods such as potato have good levels of fluoride, table salt contains a good source of chloride, bromide is not used much in the body but the iodine could be also applied through the skin.  We could put iodine on the butt twice a week for therapy.

This is not intended to make any claim nor is it intended to be a diagnosis.  It is my opinion. -- Bryon

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