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sorry that should be Avastin . . . can't type too well yet Smile
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Thanks Marly, your typing is fine. Smile
 
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HI, I would encourage anyone reading this to get their genes mapped because other mutations like MTHFR (which causes folate deficiency and is also linked to breast cancer) and CBS mutations (which make the body unable to properly metabolize and excrete sulfur and phosphorus/phosphates) could contribute to this cancer or make it worse. 

At any rate, it is good for groups of people with an illness to get their genes mapped so they can see if there are any other genetic mutations that can affect health in either an adverse or beneficial manner.

Go to MTHFRsupport dot com, genetic genie dot com and Dr. Jockers webpage for people with CBS mutations like CBS 699.

Thanks for your time :)

PS: taking a good liquid magnesium chloride like Trace Minerals Research Mega Mag is important for everyone and especially important for anyone with any health issue, as stress severely depletes magnesium. Magnesium is involved in over 400 enzymatic reactions in the body, including keeping calcium in the bones, preventing atrial fibrillation, helping with insomnia and restless leg syndrome and promoting overall calmness. Magnesium also helps the body to better absorb the very important B complex vitamins. If one is deficient in magnesium, one will not absorb one's vitamins and nutrients very well.

Watch Dr. Carolyn Dean on youtube. She wrote The Magnesium Miracle. And another good book is The Calcium Lie: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know Could Kill You by Dr. Robert Thompson, and Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, by neurologist Dr. Russell L. Blaylock. Magnesium calms the system down by lowering the electrical firing of the cells and Calcium riles up the system by raising the electrical firing of the cells, so calcium supplementation and vitamin D supplementation might not be such a good thing when your system is already riled up. (Vitamin D makes your body absorb more calcium and phosphorus) And sometimes, your blood levels of Vitamin D will be low because of this. 

The kidneys regulate the amount of vitamin D in the blood and if the body's soft tissue cells are being threatened with soft tissue calcification(too much calcium in the soft tissue/non bone cells), the kidneys will know this and purposely excrete excess calcium and vitamin D out of the system to keep the body from absorbing more calcium and phosphorus until the calcium overloaded soft tissue cells have been able to clear out the excess calcium and phosphorus. Some doctors don't take into consideration that maybe the kidneys know what they are doing and the answer to low vitamin D in the blood is actually not to supplement D and calcium, but to supplement magnesium and avoid calcium and vitamin D.

So, without magnesium, the calcium and phosphorus your body absorbs will not go into the bones, but will go into the soft tissue cells of the body "Soft Tissue Calcification" and could cause problems. One of the most notable is fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue /// joint and muscle pain and weakness//// which is too much calcium in the soft tissue/ non bone cells. Magnesium helps keep the majority of calcium where it should be, and that is in your bones, not your vital organs or joints or muscle or fat tissue where calcifications in those areas could also lead to cancer.
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