CMML

Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) is a form of leukemia featuring monocytosis. The categorization of this disease has been controversial. Patients with CMML can present with various different clinical features, mimicking either myelodysplastic syndroms or myeloproliferative neoplasms depending upon a patient’s specific presentation.  Despite the varying symptoms of this disease, its roots are Leukemia, and thus should be treated as a Leukemia case with the Rife Machine.  I would recommend an introductory 21 day treatment.  If the symptoms are addressed and the patient starts to return to better health, then the treatment must be continued for a minimum of 3 months.  Also include the supplement Stabilized Oxygen in the patients water each day.  Hemoglobin and platelets congealing or dropping is a sign of a low oxygen level in the patients blood.  If possible, obtain some Stabilized Liquid Oxygen from a health food shop ASAP, and start taking 30-50 drops in water per day to increase the patients blood oxygen level, and stabilize hemoglobin.”  Dr Malcolm Sickels

Leukemia: 0.07, 0.12, 0.60, 0.80, 2.50, 22.50, 72.50, 434.39, 739.10, 905.31″

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Program the Rife with each frequency and use for 10 minutes per frequency.  Many people use the Rife on the feet at night, and for the first 21 days of the treatment: 1-6 hours while resting or sleeping per day or night.

Place wristbands on both feet with the Silver side touching the soles.  Program in all the above frequencies and allow the frequencies to cycle overnight in a loop every 100 minutes.

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Posted on September 24, 2011, in CMML, Leukemia, Rife Digital, Zapper MHz. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. My Name is Troy Hardy and i was diagnosed with CMML around mid May 2009.

    I arrived at Christchurch Public Hospital (New Zealand) on the 19th of October 2009 to the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit for treatment in preparation for Cord Blood Transplantion.

    cmml.co.nz

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