Home' Nova National : October 2011 Contents my hands in the doctor's waiting room
with an article detailing the results of
research showing turmeric killed melanoma
cells on contact, and experiments for
pancreatic cancer were proving promising.
We ate lots of curry from then on! Then,
while in hospital having skin grafts, another
dream -- this time a vision of a row of
blue-green spheres trailing gossamer
filaments. Somehow I knew these little
spheres were important for cleaning up
my system, but had no idea what they
could be. Imagine my surprise when I
got home to find that my husband had
bought some Co-enzyme Q10 -- and they
were little blue-green spheres! Strangely
enough, all the Q10 we've bought since
then have been plain old brown.
That was during 2005 and, apart from
regular scans and blood tests over the
next four years, there was no further
evidence of carcinoma, prompting my
specialists to describe my case as "quite
remarkable" and "rather extraordinary". I
was beginning to believe that all my health
problems were over and I could start
making plans for the future. Then Wham
... that innocent-looking pink "insect bite"
that proved to be so deadly!
Amelanotic nodular melanomas are
not like other skin cancers. They don't
normally look nasty or suspicious, and for
that reason are hard to detect and often
overlooked until too late. Also, this type of
skin cancer does not spread on the surface,
but forms a nodular tumour that burrows
deep into the tissue. It is very aggressive
and spreads rapidly throughout the system
and into the brain. I knew nothing about
this until I researched on line. Very scary
So how did I detect it? I didn't; I
was convinced it was just an insect bite.
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But my incredible body alerted me that
something was wrong! I'd put off having
a skin check because of all the tests I'd
had to undergo for pancreatic cancer,
but once I had my five year check-up I
decided to have one, just to get rid of the
feeling of disquiet. The full body scan and
initial biopsy at the local skin cancer clinic
came back negative and I should have felt
relieved, but the lump kept worrying me.
It wasn't in any way painful but it seemed
to be getting bigger, so I went back to the
clinic to double check.
This time the skin specialist cut out
a bigger section for biopsy. She was quite
intrigued as she popped a gristly chunk
into the container for pathology but
didn't seem too concerned. Then the bad
news, followed by PET scans, blood tests,
ultrasounds and, scariest of all, a brain
scan. I spent Christmas Eve at the
Melanoma Institute having a wide excision
over the original cut as the biopsy done
at the clinic didn't have clear margins.
It was an anxious time waiting for
results of the tests. I kept hoping for news
but everything had closed until after the
New Year. I was also freaking out about
every pink spot, rubbing each one I found
with turmeric. But again I had dreams, or
rather Voices, three nights in a row. "No
Messages!" ... "Divine Progress!" ... "Cancer
Free!" Were Divine Protectors checking
out the results before I got them? Four
days later, the surgeon rang to say the
tests were "All Clear!"
My melanoma surgeon decided to
remove the sentinel node as a precaution,
and in spite of all the tests being clear,
microscopic melanoma cells were found
which meant excision of all the lymph
nodes in my axilla.
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