After surgical removal of an ovarian cyst in July 2015, I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer stage 2B. Under pressure from doctors and family to start chemotherapy, I refused because conventional treatment did not feel right for me. I researched the internet for alternative methods of treatment and came across Miles Price, who practiced the Kelley Cancer Protocol, which I had awareness about from my interest in natural therapies. I also contacted a clinic in Germany and one in China.
I chose to go with Miles Price in Hong Kong because he was responsive, confident that his protocol would work for my situation. He was knowledgeable, helpful and accessible if I had to travel to meet him from Australia.
In our first consultation, Miles explained in depth about cancer and its connection to lifestyle and asked me questions about my own lifestyle and medical history. Miles had me organise a suite of tests and then started me on the Kelley protocol, based on my metabolic (nutritional) type. I like this part of the protocol, because it is not ‘one size fits all’. It is customised to your needs.
My protocol is based upon proteolytic enzyme supplements (as well as other supplements) that kill cancer cells, eating a bit of liver every day as it is one of the most nutrient dense foods, doing enemas twice a day to detox, eating a nutrient dense diet with guidelines provided, getting sufficient vitamin D (I now do this through a sun bath most days between the hours of 11am-2pm), daily exercise and having nightly magnesium foot baths. I started to feel more energetic almost immediately.
We added near infra-red sauna sessions to help with detox and improve energy and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF) mats. Miles also suggested I learn the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to release negative emotions and heal emotionally, which has been an important part to my journey to healing. I went a step further and found my faith in God too, which has allowed me to release any fears about my journey or life in general.
We continued with weekly consults to monitor progress and discuss any issues and queries and I have found Miles to be open-minded about information I bring to his attention (I read a lot) and knowledgeable to be able to advise me on whether or not to include other things into my protocol. I find his explanations to be succinct and his approachable manner puts me at ease. There is a lot of information out in cyber space and whenever Miles is unsure about my question, he will research it and get back to me.
Six months into my protocol, Miles and I meet fortnightly now. I feel more energetic and alive than I have in a long time, I feel calm and at peace and I am motivated to live again. I am looking forward to reducing my protocol based upon forthcoming test results to one of maintenance so that I can return to work but will still be vigilant in the new lifestyle I have now.