An Update on My Health
After I recovered from the infection, my lung function had declined to a blood oxygen level of 93, held stable, then suddenly in July of this year declined to 88, then a few weeks later to 82. It took awhile for me to figure out what I needed to do to stop the decline; it turned out to be substances which are not easily obtainable in the United States. With the help of a great many people I was able to create a new protocol, find what I needed, and within a short time stopped the progression entirely. I was then able to increase my blood O2 back into the 90s.
The protocol I came up with did keep me going into the 9th year after diagnosis. The usual prognosis after diagnosis is 2.5-3 years. So, I had a lot longer than I expected in the beginning. Further, the use of IFN-g and heparin as inhalants, as outlined in the monographs I have written on their use (along with the other suggestions in my COPD protocol) can, if you avoid infection, resolve pulmonary fibrosis for many years. It is standard practice in the EU, Australia, and the UK. It is not used here due to medical monopoly problems. You can easily fly to the EU and get it prescribed at a reasonable cost.
My very best wishes to all of you. I will keep things going as long as I can and continue to write as I am able. Green Blessings on your journey.