Corrina - Stage 4 Glioblastoma Multiform

 

JOURNAL:

Sept 14, 2019

In June 2019, Corrina started taking a Sea Care. SeaCare is not approved by the FDA and to many western health professionals it leads to skeptical eye-rolling or 'placebo' association, if supported at all. For this reason, we wanted to wait until the results of the subsequent MRI to let her neuro-oncology team know about it. 

That being said, Sea Care has been shown to provide massive boost to the immune system in cancer patients. There are case studies involving SeaCare whereby someone given 3-months left to live begins taking it aggressively and, 50 years later, dies of old age...When faced with a terminal diagnosis, why not try ANYTHING and EVERYTHING believed to provide benefit?! So that's what we did. 

I don't know if it's just because of SeaCare, but the timing of Corrina's improvement being consistent with the start of SeaCare can't be ignored - and the most recent MRI is proof of it. Whatever is ultimately the cause, we're going to keep doing what we're doing. 

This is the post I have dreamed about writing. It is my ecstatic joy and honor to report that Corrina's tumor is shrinking!!!

Miracles do happen. 

Corrina's last MRI noted a reduction of her tumor by more than 30%! All signs of infection and the midline bulge caused by the hemorrhage are now non-existent.

We are far from out of the woods, but Corrina has been thriving over the past few months and is only gaining momentum.

Sept 25, 2019

We heard the neuro-oncologist’s exclamation of surprise as he read the MRI … ‘What have you been doing?’  The lesion had shrunk significantly giving everyone such hope and encouragement, especially Corrina.  We had seen signs of improvement when we conversed on the phone especially in her ability and willingness to communicate and the MRI just confirmed what we saw happening. Even more exciting to me was when I joined her for the first and second visits with a new occupational therapist, the therapist was able to elicit movements in the wrist, fingers and triceps of her right arm which has been paralyzed since the infection.  Maybe it just does take time and a tremendously positive attitude….let’s hope for continued improvement.

Dec 10, 2019

Whenever Corrina goes in for her quarterly MRI’s, we all hold our breath not knowing what the results will be. Glioblastoma is an aggressive force. It’s not uncommon for most glioblastoma tumors to double in size from one MRI to the next. 

 

But not Corrina’s. Yesterday, the news could not have been better. Corrina’s tumor has shrunk by 75%!!!!!!

Let me write that again - CORRINA’S TUMOR HAS SHRUNK BY 75%!

...and that’s on top of the 30% reduction noticed in her pervious MRI. 

The motor challenges that Corrina still faces are only due to the initial trauma of the infection, subsequent surgery and hemorrhage, not from the cancer. This beast is inactive and shrinking at an alarming rate...which RARELY happens. 

As incredible as this is, part of me is not surprised. I know in my heart Corrina’s journey has the potential to inspire massive change. The light which radiates through and manifests as Corrina is stronger than anything I have ever experienced. That light has the full force of the universe behind it. 

As a family, we stand behind and believe the reduction in Corrina’s tumor and overall improvements in her health is also directly attributed to her taking Sea Care (the sea cucumber derivative I’ve previously talked about). The difference before and after Corrina began this regimen is proof alone. We were on a slippery, downhill slope before being introduced to it - MRI’s were becoming progressively worse. Once Corrina began taking it, within 2 weeks her energy shot through the roof, her cognitive abilities improved dramatically, and the tumor and all signs of inflammation have dwindled to nonexistent.

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