Just thought I would let you know how things are going for me at this time. If you recall I came to you in June 2008 and here is my story:
I am a 56 year old woman that had been told in April 2007 by my gynecologist during a routine pap smear exam that there was a lump about 5 mm in size in my rectum that should be checked by my physician. January 10, 2008 I finally had a colonoscopy that showed the lump had increased in size to 8 mm. The biopsy showing adenocarcinoma colorectal cancer. The tumor was 1 cm from top of dentate line which meant I was not considered a candidate for surgery with resection due to the close proximity to the sphincter muscles and the required margin needed to completely remove any possibilities of recurrence. So a permanent colostomy was what the doctors told me is how it would be. It was recommended strong chemotherapy and radiation for 5 to 6 weeks with 6 weeks to heal then the colostomy surgery and after all that there still would be no guarantee that there would be no recurrence of cancer.
My reaction was NO WAY, I did not want chemo or radiation and the permanent colostomy was not something I was willing to accept. I had a PetScan February 28, 2008 the results were not very promising. My husband and I searched the web for anything that would get me back to health. There is a lot out there but you are a guinnea pig and with all cancers time is of the essence. My first alternative was to go to Tijuana, Mexico for 21 days of treatment to build the immune system. I got back to Colorado the 1st of April, and started having acupuncture treatments and taking supplements continuing to support my immune system. On the 21st of May I had my second PetScan. The news was even worse. The size of the tumor had increased to 1.6mm with increased metabolic activity identified (cancer activity) from 4.1 to 9.7 and now the lymph nodes were involved. What was I to do? I went to a Dr. who was a specialist in colon surgery, to get another answer and of course I did not get another answer, just more of a maybe on the colostomy if the chemo and radiation shrunk the tumor so the margin needed was enough for resection and was told I wouldn’t know if I would have a colostomy until I came out of surgery.
Mid June I spoke to a friend that my husband and I met while in Mexico, she told me about Nighthawk Minerals, Jay Gutierrez and that the stones were helping people live. What did I have to lose? I called Jay, it was late Saturday afternoon and told him my story, he explained about the stones and he would send them to me on Monday, I said I would come to his house and pick them up on Monday. My husband and I went to Jay’s home and out to his rock shop. Jay told us that I would be fine in 4 to 41/2 months-not to worry. He said the tumor would probably have some scar tissue remaining that may show up on my next scan but that would be all.
Two months went by I was worried the stones weren’t working so I called Jay in a panic, asking if he was sure the stones were working. Jay calmly replied that yes indeed, the stones were working as long as I was using them as he’d said and that he would email me some testimonials and that I wasn’t to worry, I would be fine. I received the testimonials and I did calm down and felt I was truly on the right path.
November 13, 2008, 4 1/2 months later my PetScan showed marked decrease in size of the tumor with no cancer activity and complete resolution of the metastatic presacral lymph node as well. I WAS CANCER FREE.
Jay–Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Words cannot express my gratitude-May God Bless you for all your work, to give those who ask, a second chance at life.