DIY Cancer Repair Manual: Including:DIY Diagnostic Imaging (Grove Health Science) (Volume 9)

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You get the How to see a lump or anything else under your skin instructions... The How to check for malignancy instructions... & the How to start an Alternative Anticancer protocol guide... This book is a Kindle book on Amazon...The copy you are getting may get edited & updated over time... Thanks for visiting, Sari Grove Re:How do I know what the colours are? Big question... Ok...So right at the beginning, I was obsessed with seeing what this lump looked like ... I didn’t believe anybody... I wanted to see for myself... I actually was convinced it was over diagnosis & it was just a fibroadenoma... Anyways... I started taking pictures... Then editing them to see if I could get a heat map or something... Early on, I could... I became better & better at seeing things, fooling around with tints & temperature in the iPhoto program... Put it all aside... Came back to it with new ideas... Finally got a really good look at it... Saw there were different colours... Started reading about benign versus malignant chemistry... Realized the differential was Phosphorus after reading someone’s thesis... Looked at microscope pictures online of what Phosphorus should look like... Many... Looked at my own pictures, & saw Phosphorus... Now I knew what colour it was in iPhoto & what shapes it took... That was my first element... As I tried foods & alternative medicines, I always went one at a time... Took before & after pictures... Noticed differences... Like if I ate eggs, (this was before I went raw vegetable diet- Helen Hecker’s book My raw food diet secret & cure), more blue showed up... I learned that blue in iPhoto was cholesterol ( Aluminum in my chart) Iron in iPhoto reflects ...It comes up as shiny white...If I ate a protein like chicken, there’d be shiny white the next day...It was logical too...Iron is shiny... I am simplifying the story a bit... But it was really trial & error... Logic... A lot of time & an artist brain... My husband is an artist too, so the two of us are a bit intense... He lets me go down paths much further than a normal person would... Mostly it is about how long you are willing to spend on something... In my case, my life was on the line... So I was motivated... Months later, maybe longer, a lady wrote a giant post about me & my method... Big confidence boost for me... But many did not have a Mac computer... I got motivated to try harder to find a way for everybody to edit... Because of her support ( her blog is heal breast cancer naturally.com ) I developed the Fotoflexer method... I was staying at my mum’s house( 7 weeks – she got shingles very badly)... Using her Dell computer...So I had to figure it out- even for myself to do check ups... Though all the colours were different, I knew where they were supposed to be already from using iPhoto for so long... So it was just translating... Turned out Fotoflexer saw more... Started relying on it even more... But discerning between the dark green spots & the healthy light green tissue was hard... Fast forward to you... Back at my mum’s house, didn’t want to come back downtown to edit in iPhoto... The malignant vs benign question was getting to be a problem... I knew in iPhoto it looked purple , in Fotoflexer it looked dark green, & I knew its shape( like ants)... When you sent me your picture, you had a tiny edge of spots... It was a perfect opportunity to see if I could get another program just to see those spots... After fooling around with photo edit programs for months, I knew Lunapic was worth a try again... I compared the Lunapic edit with Fotoflexer edit & iPhoto edit, to make sure I was just focussing on those spots... That’s how I got to the Lunapic method- from using the first two methods & just editing for what I wanted to see... Long process... But I am still motivated... Every time I help someone, they end up helping me more... Ok...That’s the short version( smile), Hugs, Sari

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