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This has turned out to be a very positive testimonial for MMS. If you have thryroid issues you sure want to think carefully about how you manage it. I also recommend that you look into Ioidine therapy.

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10/5/07 thankyou VonChillis for this testimonial.

My wife has been diagnosed with enlarged thyroid nodules. From the little research I’ve done, a very common occurrence in middle aged women. Our family physician immediately recommended the four standard tests to determine what type of lump was in her throat. The thyroid hormone test revealed normal hormone levels in her blood. The radioactive iodine thyroid scan revealed a lump approximately 1 inch in size with tendencies of cancerous (as our doctor explained “A cold spot”). The next test was the ultra-sound. The pathologist explained that he observed three different types of tumor. A liquid filled, a benign lump, and a possible malignant lump. The pathologist immediately performed a needle aspiration to send samples for biopsy. After all that the tests came back “Inconclusive”. Our physician then referred her to a general surgeon.

It was at this time we came across Jim Humbles’ books and MMS. “What the heck” we thought. Ordered some solution, mixed it with some citric acid and water, and began treatment doses.

We both started them. She at two drops first and working her way to treatment dose of 15 drops then 15 more after two hours once per day. I immediately began at 10 drops first time. I plan to send an email to Mr Humble because of the results we are seeing. After two days of the small dosage my wife was taking, the lump reduced in size by half. It was no longer hard. She has been on the regime for a week now and the small soft lump is still slowly shrinking. She is now at 10 drops per dose, two doses per two hours, once per day. Can this stuff really work that fast? Coincidence? I don’t know.

We are planning to visit the General Surgeon in a couple weeks. We are both really excited and hopeful that these nodules are going away. Our physician has told us that it’s better to just remove the thyroid (even with inconclusive tests) than to chance the possible cancer spreading. I’ve read on medical web pages that this type of procedure has a very high success rate but still. If MMS works, why have the thyroid removed and put her on hormone medication for the rest of her life.

I did however look up some of FDA web sites on the sodium chlorite and chlorine dioxide. It is mostly mumbo jumbo and chemical gobbledy goop but some of the text is actually understandable. For instance, all of what I read showed the tests done on rats and monkeys ingesting solutions showed no ill effects even at very high concentrations. Fumes and vapors were a different story at high concentration levels. I’m no expert and certainly do not want anyone to take my word on my technical interpretations.

I can without reservation, say that in the week we’ve been taking the MMS as explained by Mr Humble, we’ve suffered no ill effects except for my wife did feel some of the nausea and diarrhea but that is now subsiding. I on the other hand have noticed a subtle boost in energy and a moderate loss in appetite — this is good because I need to lose weight. If anyone is interested, I can post our progress. Thanks for listening.

OBTW… we tried the topical treatment first on some mosquito bites. Just like Mr humble said… they went away, disappeared! in ten minutes.

10/7/07

When I shared my wife’s diagnosis with coworkers, at least a half dozen of them explained to me that their wives or someone they knew had the operation done with “Inconclusive tests” only to find out after the thyroid was removed and biopsy performed that it was benign. That is most likely what we’d have done if not for the positive results we are seeing with MMS now. We decided to wait for a couple of weeks, our doctor (who does not know of our little experiment) said a couple weeks would not hurt anything unless the lump got larger. Then speed would be everything. So we’d have to monitor it carefully. Thank you too for the apple cider alternative, my wife certainly HATES the taste. We’ll try that. I guess, in our case, time will tell.

10/26/07

My wife unfortunately has not been as faithful as she should have been with the MMS. The taste is just too nasty for her to take day after day. She is on her forth week of 10 drop doses. Her thyroid gland is about the size of a big BB. I would have thought it would be gone by now but like I said, she’s not been faithful to the regime. At Farmgirl’s advise she’s started taking it with pure apple cider and the taste is a little better. I am almost certain the MMS has worked for her.

A side note:
I told a friend of our experience with MMS and after listening to our success he decided to try it on his cat which has been diagnosed with multiple cancerous tumors, very large ones he said. In addition, he added that the cat was not expected to live much longer. After a week of force feeding the cat a small daily dose of the MMS he informs me the tumors have reduced in size by about 30%. My friend is in the food science R&D world who’s medical opinions mean nothing, but I trust his observations simply because I know he’s thorough.
I hope everyone who trys this stuff with ailments has success like or better than what we’ve had.

Bottoms Up with this nasty tasting stuff and be well!

Sincerely,
VonChillis

10/27/07

I hope to, in the future acquire the xrays and sonograms taken of her neck both before and after MMS treatment. If I can I will try to post them . We’ve had to postpone the follow up visit again. I’m hoping we can make the growth disappear in it’s entirety before we return to the general surgeon. The dramatic results my wife has obtained has sparked interest in most that I’ve told. I know one of my friends wants to try it on his enlarged prostrate. I can only report of his experience anonymously unless I can convince him to post. Thanks for your interest.

VonChillis

11/18/07

Well… the results are in, kinda. My wife and I visited our physician. He reviewed her thyroid scans and his notes. Puzzled, he probed and poked around her neck. He could not find any lumps or nodules in her thyroid. Unfortunately, his comment to us was the the lump must have just been an infection and consequently went away by itself. We did not tell the good doctor of her MMS regime. We felt it would fall on deaf ears. I was hoping he would recommend follow up scans but he did not. I cannot afford to have them taken without our insurance covering some of the cost. This was frustrating and I can only think of two possibilities. 1) Should people who are suffering from enlarged thyroid glands just wait and see if it is only an infection that will go away by itself? 2) Should people suffering from an enlarged thyroid gland listen to the doctors and just have it removed? Some of the more fortunate people have had success with medication but that option was not offered to us. They WERE concerned that it was cancerous. We were prepared for option #2. The pathologist and general surgeon both recommended her thyroid removal and she was scheduled to do just that. She’d then have a large scar on her throat and dependent on hormone medicine the rest of her life. Personally, I think we did the right thing. Smart? Probably not. We took a chance, prayed real hard and got lucky. But… There’s my friend with his cat, Dublin. The cat that had a very large cancerous tumor on its neck. It’s getting better! What are we to make of this? Another infection that is going away by itself? Who can we sick people turn to? Maybe we should just take the MMS and wait for the “Infections” to go away?

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I have Hashimoto's Disease which had all but destroyed my thyroid gland when I was diagnosed in 1994

The thyroid gland is the most important gland in your body it controls every body part. Do not let any knife wielding surgeon near it just because it is enlarged.The is lazy doctoring

I take Armour and will always need thyroid hormone replacement. Hashimoto's Disease an auto-immune disease which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism/nodules.
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I have Hashimoto's Disease which had all but destroyed my thyroid gland when I was diagnosed in 1994

The thyroid gland is the most important gland in your body it controls every body part. Do not let any knife wielding surgeon near it just because it is enlarged.The is lazy doctoring

I take Armour and will always need thyroid hormone replacement. Hashimoto's Disease an auto-immune disease which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism/nodules.
Sorry NL, but the thyroid is only part of the endocrine system, the king of which is the hyperthalumus, that gives instruction to the pituitary gland. Hashimoto's along with other 'thyroid' conditions are an endocrine 'SYSTEM' problem. I have dealt with many thyroid problems, including hasimoto's, and when the endocrine system is balanced all these diseases go away (I am taling about 20 year thyroid problems). It is only when some quack operates on the thyroid do you have real problems.
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I take Armour and will always need thyroid hormone replacement. Hashimoto's Disease an auto-immune disease which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism/nodules.
Iodine supplementation significantly reduced the thyroid nodules I had.
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Question 12/01/09 Thank you VonChillis for your testimonial.

I've been diagnosed with enlarged thyroid nodules as well and got the same recommendation from different doctors. I'm going to give this treatment a try and let you know how it works on me. I hope I have the same succesfull results as your wife, I'll certainly pray for that.

Also, since your last posting was in 2007 I would like to know how is the situation of your wife's thyroid now, 2 years later. I'll really appreciate it. Thank you very much again.
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Not only, that I'm trying the MMS for my Hep C since I've had from a blood tansfusion in 1986, I was told in 2005, that I have a Goiter now. The specialist wanted to put me on the deadly drugs for this in case it gets bigger. I asked him for how long? He said maybe for ever. UHH, I don't think so!! I haven't even taken the toxic drugs for my Hep C and I certainly wasn't doing any drugs for the goiter. Meanwhile all my tests come back normal and it hasn't grown in 5 years either. I do my Iodine and my herbs for it and my hep c but now I'm trying the MMS out . I've only started on March 16, 2010. I'll let you know who I make out with it as well. I have a great feeling this is my ticket to getting better.... Geraldine
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I have been taking iodoral. It seems to make my nodules bigger or just my thyroid in general. I had to stop taking it for a while because it started to irritate my stomach or something. It seems to calm down my anxiety upon waking but also leads to me be really mentally slow and tired. I plan on taking it again in a week or two.
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I have been taking iodoral. It seems to make my nodules bigger or just my thyroid in general. I had to stop taking it for a while because it started to irritate my stomach or something. It seems to calm down my anxiety upon waking but also leads to me be really mentally slow and tired. I plan on taking it again in a week or two.
Check out this web site about iodoral and how it really works and some symptoms, because it sounds like very much what you have from what I have read, because of your adrenals and that is why you are having exhaustion problems. I learnt something today too about how it works https://www.healthnatura.com/art_how_to_use_iodarol.htm I hope this helps, have a good day!. Geraldine
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