Planning for 2nd Surgery

Below are the plans for what to take before, during, and after my surgery.


Michelle Gerencser has given me a detailed plan on how to use the current supplements, when to stop them, and how to resume them.

The supplements details can be seen here.    The above shows what takes place before, during, and after my flight, and what to do with Keto before surgery and after surgery.  I have also documented what I actually did versus what I planned to do.

Tumor Size

Recent MRI + Contrast (before surgery)

The most recent MRI with contrast video (21 seconds only) can be seen below. This was one month before surgery

I then did another MRI and Functional MRI two days before surgery when I was in Spain, and I will be sharing the outcomes post-surgery to see if that month of diet and HBOT made a difference or not.

The Neurosurgeon

The best doctor that she recommended is Dr. Bartolomé Oliver, he is a Neurosurgeon who specializes in . He is the head of the Neurosurgical Department at Centro Médico Teknon in Barcelona, Spain. He was trained in Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, and the USA. He has 45 years of experience.

He did another MRI and fMRI two days after surgery while I was in Barcelona. The outcome showed that 70% of the tumor would be removed. The rest seems to have function, but for him to be sure, he will wake me up twice during surgery to see how far further he can cut the tumor.

Two days before surgery, the doctor asked for Pre-operative coagulation tests. Parts of it will be repeated during the surgery itself.

Blood Work Prior to Surgery as per the doctor’s instructions,

Complete blood count, VSG, Platelets, Blood glucose, Total bilirubin, Creatinine, Urea, GOT and GPT, Alkaline phosphatases, and Electrolyte Panel

Tumor Diagnostic: By Saskia Biskup, MD

Practice for Human Genetics Tübingen

The doctor says, “Changes in the genetic material (genome) of a single cell are responsible for the development of cancer. Most errors in the genome are immediately repaired by the cells without causing permanent damage”

The oncologist is often faced with the problem of which of the many available drugs to use. More and more drugs are available that work precisely when specific genetic changes are present in the tumor. Until recently, tumors were examined for only a few, if any, genetic changes that were common in the respective tumor entity. It is now clear, however, that every tumor is individual and, due to specific genetic changes, can be susceptible to drugs that have not been considered before. A comprehensive genetic examination of the tumor can thus help

So, I will be taking tumor samples and sending it to them until we get the Tumor exome analysis within 4 to 6 weeks.

If the outcomes showed paths for success, it will take them 2 to 3 months to prepare the resolution, and I’ll be asked to fly once every 4 to 6 weeks for a day or two for one to two years. The variables cannot be determined until the assessment is over.

Dr. Robert Nagourney

“Going Beyond Genomics to Cell Biology”

She also suggested I go to Nagourney Cancer Institute Shipment of Live Tumor Sample. We had spoken about this years ago, but it wasn’t possible because it requires opening my head!

So back then, I decided I would only do it if I were doing any other surgery in the future, and I was about to do that. So I will consider him.   They basically analyze my living cancer cells to find out the drugs, combinations, and sequences that are most effective for you.

His video is amazing (and fun), and he explains the way he believes he is nailing cancer. He also has a book named Outliving Cancer.

My initial research showed that his specialty is not brain cancer in reality, so I will be contacting him, seeking to know what reality is.   However, the plan is that I will still be sending the pathology right after surgery, seeking to see which one of the 5 to 22 medications could work against my tumor.

NEXT: The Surgery in Spain
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