Rife GB 4000 w malignant lymphoma in dog

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Kness44
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   Posted 3/8/2018 2:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Greetings… My dog was just recently diagnosed with malignant lymphoma almost 2 weeks ago. She had a bladder infection also and was prescribed and and an antibiotic for 14 days. The day I took her in, she was limping on her right hind leg and her limp nodes were very swollen. 2 days later after the and a biographique, her lame leg was moving and She seemed to feel much better. about the veterinarian told me that she would with the antibiotic. We opted out of the chemotherapy and my mama sent down her GB 4000 rife machine. I have been reading a lot of information on line and in the pamphlets that she sent to me. Yesterday, I ran lymphoma, malignant frequencies on her. I ran a duration of 2 minutes on each frequency. Today she is more tired than yesterday and herly lymph nodes are more swollen by her jowl. The veterinarian had also told me that she may feel better for a few days with the and a biographique, but the lymph oma would ultimately take over if we did not do the chemotherapy. I am just wondering, could this be a herx effect or could it be the lymphoma? Has anyone in this thread treated a dog for lymphoma with the rife machine? Also, She drank a good amount of water yesterday, but does not want to drink water to day. Just wondering about the results. Thank you for any comments or suggestions.

Kness44
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   Posted 3/8/2018 8:05 PM (GMT -6)   
The veterinarian took a sample out of 2 of her lymph nodes. One in her neck and 1 down by her buttocks. He looked through the microscope and stated that it was lymphoma. No other tests were done. He referred me to to on cology veterinary clinics.

ChickenArise
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   Posted 3/8/2018 10:08 PM (GMT -6)   
Welcome Kness,

I am sorry this is happening to your dog. Dogs become family members and I can understand your distress. I dont particularly care for how doctors scare people into chemotherapy but I digress.

There are a few alternative beliefs on what causes cancers that are interesting. Some believe it is connected to a fungus. Some cancers are medically attributed to certain aflatoxin exposure. Others have stated the cause of most disease is lactic acidosis.

I think that both hypothesis deserve more research but the status quo on cancer makes so much money now that I doubt we would ever get the truth from the medical community.

Over 100 years of research with millions every year donated and the best we can do is chemotherapy?

Since you have decided against chemo, it doesnt mean you cant try to approach this from different angles or other alternative approaches exactly like you are doing.

I am not versed on Rife machines but maybe others who are will join in the discussion.

There are people who are successfully treating their pets with carbon C60 for all kinds of lumps and ailments with encouraging results.

If I were personally diagnosed with cancer again in most cases I would likely resort to anitifungal drugs, adjust to a more alkaline diet or at minimum change what I am consuming, as well as take things that address aflatoxins which I do now in hopes to prevent it from happening again.

I would also visit cancertutor.com a lot more as they are versed on alternatives.

Just thinking aloud here in hopes it might give you some ideas to try. I hope you continue with the Rife or other alternative treatment, see amazing results, and report them back to us.

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bluelyme
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   Posted 3/9/2018 2:48 AM (GMT -6)   
id rife slow and give red root it likely she herxing ..inflammation response is good sign u hit it ...id rub frankincense essential oil in it to help

Kness44
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   Posted 3/9/2018 8:27 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you so much for your insights. I have done a little massage this am after watching the video suggestion. Still significant swelling around her jowls.. will wait another 24hrs to run rife again? I looked a little into the red root, but nothing for dogs? Will look into the c60 today. And continued prayer..❤ thank you! Thank you!

Kness44
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   Posted 3/9/2018 10:54 PM (GMT -6)   
With prayer and hope❤.. Seishin is doing well. This am her jowls very swollen, still lethargic,and was concerned about airway obstruction from the swollen lymph nodes. Is this dumping? Herx rxn? Or just the lymphoma kicking in? Did some lymph massage this am, and pm. ~she does cough a little after this and it is very gentle. I contacted a homeopathic nurse concerning Clearing lymph ducts~she suggested termeric, CBD oil,ginger. I did a little Research~administered1 CBD oil capsule (5mg)and 1tsp turmeric in her hamburger meal. I opted out of the Ginger because she has not had any digestive issues. She is voiding appropriately, Drinking water, and More energetic this evening. I Have also reached out via email to the rife company to give me any suggestions for this reaction. Thank you for the responses and any recommendations you may have. I have still not found any Information on treating lymphoma with the rife machine in dogs..😔

Lapis_29
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   Posted 3/9/2018 11:17 PM (GMT -6)   
IV (but not oral) ascorbic acid is a virtual cure for lymphoma, not sure if you can find a vet willing to do it however.

what frequencies do you plan to use to treat this cancer?

Lapis_29
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   Posted 3/9/2018 11:31 PM (GMT -6)   
here is what i could suggest

the lancet recently found 'the cancer bacteria' in a dogs tumour, it is bacillus lichenformis.

https://www.frequencyfoundation.com/2017/06/15/repost-rife-cancer-virus-may-be-bacillus-licheniformis/

so if you want to treat that bacteria you could try

2655
21554

those are the freqs for b lichenformis in the spooky2 freq database. good luck to you

Kness44
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   Posted 3/11/2018 4:08 PM (GMT -6)   
With hope, love, prayer, and the Rife
Greetings, Lapis_29... Sorry for the late response, but in the process of Moving, right now. But thank you For this information. An update on Seishin.. Had a rough day yesterday~ Very lethargic, lymph nodes were very swollen, And just not being her. I administered A CBD oil capsule in the morning, And by the afternoon she looked all puffy around the face. We got to our home and I administered her antibiotic, and within 30 minutes her swelling had gone down.. This morning, she has been doing well, swelling WAY DOWN! I have been doing off and on research on the bacillus lichenformis; However, I don't see any treatment times? I ran her on those 2 frequencies, which are the same in the GB 4000 manual. I ran her for a 2 minutes on each frequency. Approximately, 30 minutes later, her jowls seem to be more swollen again... I just administered her antibiotic for the day, as That seemed to help with her swelling last night... If anyone has any insight as to how long a treatment session should be And how often? Any insight welcome and all prayers Are appreciated. Thank you to all that have responded.

susanxox
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   Posted 5/28/2018 2:49 PM (GMT -6)   
My little yorkie was diagnosed with lymphoma May 7th. She had a large lymph node in her groin removed (vet thought it was a mammary tumor) and aspirated another node on the back of her leg. Surgery was on May 8th and the blood and needle aspiration results came back as positive for lymphoma. Biopsy results confirmed it again. We are not doing chemo and have opted to keep her comfortable on prednisone until the time comes to say good-bye. I am also using our Rife machine RTi Progen 4050 (the original model) and received a program from Resonant Light for her lymphoma. Her neck nodes are swollen but staying steady and not growing and she has another in her groin puffing up. Has anyone at all had any success with the rife machine? Beside myself with grief...

Kness44
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   Posted 5/29/2018 6:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Greetings... I am so sorry to hear about your dog, my sweet girl was diagnosed around the end of February. When I 1st took her in, Her neck was extremely swollen, her leg was lame, she was very lethargic, and would not eat or drink. She also had a bad bladder infection. The vet gave me some antibiotic for the bladder infection and referred me to a chemotherapy doctor. We opted out of the chemotherapy, and I ran the rife on her the following day for malignant lymphoma. It was approximately 10 frequencies. Next day she was extremely lethargic, but her leg was doing better. I didn't run the machine on her for another 4 days common as I thought she was having a herx reaction. After that, someone had contacted me be a dis site and asked me if I have tried to run the bacteria that causes lymphoma. It is called bacteriallus lichenformis. H time I ran the rife comment she was lethargic and you could tell She had gotten a treatment. Unfortunately, the right was unable to heal her. She passed on 3 weeks ago. She was also on steroids a week after her diagnosis. I think that helped her but I only gave her Half the dose that she was Prescribed. I couldn't find anyone to tell me the duration, and quantity of treatments. I tried to contact right, but no response. I'm not sure if the right would have worked, if I Had given her more treatments? But she was having such a strong reaction after each one, I was nervous about running the machine too much. She is in heaven now, but I am thankful for the couple of months that I had with her after her diagnosis. I wish you the best of luck and Feel free to contact me with any other questions. May you and your sweet one be blessed

Lapis_29
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   Posted 5/29/2018 4:45 PM (GMT -6)   
susanxox said...
My little yorkie was diagnosed with lymphoma May 7th. She had a large lymph node in her groin removed (vet thought it was a mammary tumor) and aspirated another node on the back of her leg. Surgery was on May 8th and the blood and needle aspiration results came back as positive for lymphoma. Biopsy results confirmed it again. We are not doing chemo and have opted to keep her comfortable on prednisone until the time comes to say good-bye. I am also using our Rife machine RTi Progen 4050 (the original model) and received a program from Resonant Light for her lymphoma. Her neck nodes are swollen but staying steady and not growing and she has another in her groin puffing up. Has anyone at all had any success with the rife machine? Beside myself with grief...


you might try frequencies

1607450
1529520

those are rife's original cancer freqs as seen here

http://www.rifevideos.com/dr_rife_and_philip_hoylands_3.3mhz_sweep.html
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