Cheryl, Mom with Multiple Myeloma

“In 2011, I was diagnosed with a malignant tumor in the area just above my sinuses and soft palate. At first, I thought it may have been an issue with my adenoids. I had nose bleeds two years earlier. I felt a lump in a lymph node in my neck, and went to the doctor I went for a CT scan, and 3 days later an MRI. The surgical oncologist thought it was one of two types of cancer. I had a biopsy in 10 days, and was diagnosed with a plasmacytoma.

My cancer was contained – until I had the biopsy, which spread it. I did 26 rounds of radiation on my head and neck, which was excruciating. I lost all function in my salivary glands, lost 40 pounds, and had no taste buds for a month after radiation. I had third degree burns on my head and neck. After waiting three months for the next scan, the news not good – the cancer had spread to seven places in my body, and I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma…

Dr. Yu had recommended Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) many times, I had rescheduled it, and finally started it, going weekly. Now I feel fine, and am busy driving my children around. Within about two weeks, I had more energy, and less pain. IPT is a miracle. It is amazing. I don’t know if it would have worked if I didn’t do the other things first. I also do supportive therapies: chiropractic, coffee enemas, a ketogenic diet, emotional therapy, healing touch energy work, and acupuncture.”