My Cancer Update
– Rapidly Declining –

Dr. Al Danenberg Nutritional Periodontist

June 4, 2023 [printfriendly]

This is not the story I wanted to share with you yet. I’ve prepared for this, but the reality of it is another subject. My intentions ever since my diagnosis of incurable multiple myeloma have been to maintain the highest quality of life possible and to be transparent in my journey.

After my diagnosis and dire prognosis in September 2018, I did a lot of research to understand my bone marrow cancer. The answers I was looking for did not come easy. I wanted to understand how I could best support my immune system, which was being destroyed by malignant plasma cells. I also wanted to know how this strange cancer would eventually overtake my body.

I’ve since learned these answers and have been sharing my findings with all my readers. Too many of us face debilitating health issues and there’s not enough conversation around ways to be proactive and take control in the face of illness. I was able to extend my life by almost 5 full years past the initial prognosis. It wasn’t easy. I developed my ever evolving Unconventional Cancer Protocols and continued to adjust my methods regularly. It brings me great joy to be able to share my journey with all of you, and to be able to aide you in your own unique health journeys. 

I don’t know how long I will be able to continue to write blogs. My physical body is declining. My most recent bloodwork on Monday, 5/22/23 was disappointing – rapidly moving in the wrong direction.

Even with a transfusion of packed red blood cells three weeks ago, my hemoglobin and platelets continued to drop significantly. In addition, my exhaustion was lasting all day long. My quality of life has deteriorated rapidly. 

As you know, COVID activated my multiple myeloma. I discussed this in previous blogs. I’ve been trying to find a way to combat the Long Haulers COVID symptoms, but the combination is causing severe complications. That is what has lead me to write this blog.

When I was diagnosed with incurable multiple myeloma in September 2018, I asked my oncologist , “What were the major causes of death in multiple myeloma patients?”

Here are the three major causes …

  1. Anemia – individual malignant plasma cells are growing wildly and they are crowding out healthy red blood cells and platelets.
  2. Infections – the immune system is compromised and cannot adequately kill the infection and the body becomes overwhelmed with the spread of infection.
  3. Kidney failure – malignant plasma cells affect the function of the kidneys and causes untreatable kidney disease.

I am currently battling severe anemia. But I will do whatever I can for as long as I can to secure a quality of life.

My medical team came to the decision on Tuesday, 5/23/23 that the myeloma cells in my bone marrow were pushing out healthy cells and continuing to create severe anemia. I have been admitted to hospice in my home to help me be as comfortable as possible. Hospice care focuses on the care, comfort, and quality of life, which is what I need right now. Sue and I didn’t make this decision lightly. We found the right care team to help support us during this difficult time.

As you might recall, this isn’t my first bout with hospice. Back in 2019, I was admitted to hospice after a broken femur. If there is a way to revoke hospice a second time, you know I’ll do it! But, the most important thing for me has always been to maintain the quality of my life for the time I have left. The constant pain and extreme exhaustion have been taking a toll and that’s no way to live.  While this outcome is not what I wanted, I am ready to accept what comes next.

I will continue writing when I can. I thank you for taking the time to read my blogs and share this journey with me. I wish you good health, and I hope that my blogs have helped you on your path to wellness.

As always, forge on with your greatness! 


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  1. I have followed you throughout your journey and have greatly admired your courage and attitude, your determination to find the best ways to live and your willingness to help others on their path. You have made a difference!
    I will carry you and Sue in my thoughts and prayers!!

  2. Dr Al,
    Know you’re in our many hearts. Wishing you, and your wife, continuing positive energies in anyway they may serve you. You are the essence of the finest of medical care in your efforts to help people.
    Mary from Wauwatosa, WI

  3. This is sad to hear, Al. I’ve been following your journey since before your first post on the cancer diagnosis, rooting for you every step of the way.

    You took a grim diagnosis and got five more years using brains, creativity and the ancestral view of life to support your body. That’s no small thing especially in the face of a medical-industrial complex that is so lost. It has been inspiring to see what you have done and I send people who are challenged by cancer to this site every chance I get. Who knows? Perhaps one day I will need the work you have done here, too. In the least, I know that it will be impossible if I’m struck by great adversity to forget how you handled your circumstances.

    I have just made another copy of your protocols so that my version is current.

    You can count on those of us committed to a planet of healthy people eating a species-appropriate diet to continue the work you have done. Personally, I will continue to share the Unconventional Cancer Protocols with friends and acquaintances and your book, too.

    With deep respect for your tenacity and courage, I wish you the satisfaction of having lived a life worth living! It seems, from my outsider point of view, that you succeeded in doing exactly that.

    André Angelantoni

  4. I am sending you healing thoughts and some reiki too. Thank you for sharing your journey with us.

  5. ❤️🙏. Thank you for sharing

  6. I’m deeply saddened by this news Dr. Al. My heart is breaking. I don’t want you to go. You’ve touched my life and provided me with the knowledge and tools needed to regain my health and vitality. Your work and amazing story WILL live on to inspire and heal countless people. You leave us with a gift that cannot be repaid in kind except to share it with as many people as possible. Thank you for caring for us Dr. Al. Prayers for comfort and peace while in hospice and prayers for comfort and strength for your wife Sue.

  7. Thank you, Dr Al. I’ve found your posts over the years to be so insightful. You’ve touched many lives through your positively charged efforts. You’re a good soul.

  8. Dr Al, I hope you have a spontaneous remission. Yes, your blogs have certainly helped. Regards, Dana.

  9. Praying for your health, peace and sending love to you and yours. Thank you for enlightening us on your journey through life.

  10. God bless you, Dr. Al, and thank you for all that you have done and shared. We are keeping you in our prayers and wish you and your wife the best. Here’s to another miracle.

  11. I will be praying for Dr. Al. You are a great warrior and great inspiration. You pulled through in the past and I believe you can do it again. Sending you a big hug…. Irma (Ytany’s wife)

  12. Dear Dr. Al, I have been following you for many years even before you were sick, I consulted with you. Your wisdom and knowledge are deeply respected. I admire your tenacity and perseverance in the face of great health issues. I am sad to hear you are once again in hospice. Please know that my thoughts, prayers, and love are with you. I am sending you the most benevolent energy for a return to health. All my best, always.

  13. Thank you for sharing. Will be praying for you.

  14. Dear Al,
    So very sorry to hear of these latest developments. Hoping you have many happy days with your wife and family left. Family is all there is.
    Thank you for sharing your courage and journey. You taught me a lot and I wish I could have shared it with our son – sadly he stuck with his oncologists and died suffering within 6 months of diagnosis, colon cancer that had spread to his liver. The treatment that killed him was brutal. He was only 41.
    I will apply your lesson to my own life. Thank you and god bless. Gilla

  15. You have been such a beam of hope to those who have been fighting their own health challenges. As a born again christian I wanted to make sure you were prepared to enter into eternity free, and without any baggage. Jesus Christ is our savior. He makes us clean and ready to stand before God, guiltless. Jesus said we must approach God through Him. The blood He shed has a cleansing effect on us and makes us ready to stand before God. Since you have helped so many I thought you should know the truth about life We have free will. We can accept or reject it. God bless you, and praying for your healing and the salvation of your soul.

    • he is a wonderful man..getting to heaven NO matter his belief!!!

  16. Prayers for your health and ease

  17. I just heard Jeffrey Bland and a few specialists from the UK talking about long haul Covid. They have been extensively studying Covid patients and although their work is still not conclusive, thus far they are finding that there are 2 strains of bacteria, Bifid Longum 35624 and Bifid Longum 1714 that are consistently lacking in people who are having persistent Covid long haul symptoms. So if there is any way you can get one or both of these bacterial strains, you might want to try taking them. Otherwise, I want you to know that I have felt a strong connection with you for years, and you have been a key teacher to me in so many ways. I will hold you in my prayers and I will pray for you to continue on your journey, in whatever form it takes.
    God Bless You, Al..

  18. Dear Dr. Al,
    Like so many, I have read your blogs and have greatly appreciated all the information you have shared. I agree 100% with the approach you have taken and felt so happy and pleased for you when you posted positive results. This was a very very tough post to read. I am glad you have kept the door open just a bit for perhaps things to turn around, but your realistic attitude is also exactly what all of us would expect from you. You are a remarkable man. And you have no doubt helped countless people on this journey of yours. Please know there are many of us out here praying for you. May G-d be a comfort as you navigate through your next chapter.

  19. Sending you love and light and many hugs xxx

  20. Very sorry to hear this. First post of yours I’ve read. I searched the site and didn’t see anything about the topic of a bone marrow transplant. Is that an option for you? God bless.

  21. I am deeply touched by your share, please know that our relationship has helped me achieve new levels and better health, and I will carry your good spirit onward. Your courage and commitment to others is inspiring, and I hope to carry that with me for the rest of my life. You are in my thoughts and good wishes. Much love, my brother!

  22. Dr. Al and Sue: ❤️
    Ellen Gee

  23. I’m praying for whatever is needed for you & Sue to feel peace and comfort as well as increased health and strength. You have helped me for years with your generous and open posts filled with important knowledge and methods to fight cancer and other maladies.
    You’re a great man who has a given so much of your self for others- a strong , wise , brave, charitable Man whose life has impacted this world greatly for the Good. Thank You!!!!!
    Sending much Love to you & Sue.

  24. Dr Dr. Al,

    Around 8 years ago, you performed LANAP on my gums. Since then, I have followed your writings and the cancer journey you have, along with your wife Sue, battled with so much courage, hope, wisdom, and dignity. I know your battle is not over, but I pray for much comfort and peace as you walk together in the time ahead. Hopefully you know the difference you have made as you honestly and passionately shared your knowledge. Per your writings, I know there has been a spiritual impact in your life as you have fought for a good life balance. I pray God’s presence will lead and comfort you as you continue to share for the benefit of others. May the days ahead be generous and grace-filled.

    God Bless You,
    Charla Christopher

  25. As a fellow Primal Health Coach and fellow cancer survivor and thriver (also diagnosed in 2018), I have been following your story and rooting for you for years. I wish you strength and peace and love as you journey through this difficult time.

    Martha Tettenborn

  26. I’m so sorry to hear this update. Like others I have been following your journey. I am an Oncology nurse and I must say the strength, passion and bravery you have shared is definitely admired. I always looked forward to your posts and was always in amazement and admiration how much you changed the game for yourself and others by being such an advocate with research and faith. I loved your grit that you were not just going to accept the diagnosis and timeline. You really were an advocate for yourself and to overcome all the obstacles for five years plus is just a reflection of the type of person you are. My prayers are with you and I can only imagine how hard this decision is, we are all beside you. You are such an inspiration and you have made a difference to others. You have shared so much insight and helped others and we are eternally grateful.

  27. You have been an inspiration throughout your journey. Thank you for sharing. You have positively impacted many. Sending you and Sue love and lifting you both up in prayers.

  28. Dear Dr. Al, thank you so much for all the information that you have passed onto so many people. Myself included. May you have a peaceful, light filled journey back home.

  29. Dear Dr. Al, it’s an honor to walk a stretch together! And I never give up hope….- Thank you for your generosity and big heart.

  30. Bless you for all you have given us. Your journey, research and discoveries will help many people lead healthier lives. You have given all of us an invaluable contribution.
    God will bless you and deliver your soul higher to your next incarnation when the time comes. We are grateful that you touched our lives.

  31. Dr. Al, Know that you have helped many people not to give up hope. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. You have touched a lot of lives and the thought of not hearing from you is heart breaking. You and Sue are in my prayers.

  32. You have been such a positive, inspiring, educational, beautiful person in so many lives. You and your wife are a remarkable team.
    My Dad (who I lost to cancer 20 years ago) would say “You’re alright in my book”!!!
    Thank you for being you! You are respected and loved by many. Namaste 🙏

  33. Dear Dr. Al:

    I am so sad to hear of your suffering. I have learned so much from you and have enjoyed learning from your blog posts each week. I know you are a tenacious fighter and believe you have inspired so many with your fight. I will continue to send you good thoughts and keep you and your family in my prayers.

    Hoping for another miracle; if any one has earned one, it’s you.

  34. I am so very sorry things have taken a turn for the worse. I’m a stage 3 breast cancer survivor (5 years) so understand how hard it is to go through treatments, not knowing what the outcome will be. I really appreciate your honesty in your blog posts and admire your strength.
    Susan V.

  35. Dear Dr. Al, You are a true beacon of hope, integrity & light in this world. The resilience you exude is remarkable, as is your devotion to continue sharing your journey & your message amidst every painful & difficult challenge you face. As you have empowered yourself, you have empowered so many others, myself included. You and your family will be in my heart. I send you heartfelt wishes for peace, quality time together & a deep sense of pride in how you are navigating this whole experience. Always leave space for miracles. Thank you for sharing your many gifts with us!

  36. Thank you for sharing and I’m glad to hear your attitude about feeling ready. We are spiritual beings having a human experience, borrowing this body. It may be time for your spiritual side and connection to consciousness to take the leading role. Great Canadian m documentary called “Dosed: The Last Trip” that you and your readers might find deeply satisfying and interesting.

    On another note, my mom (MM) had early Covid before the vaccine was available, and she nearly died. Was admitted to hospital twice over three months. Luckily never ventilated, and not given “covid” drugs like remdesevir – just given antibiotics and antivirals. After she recovered, her multiple myeloma counts were negligible and it was as if she had recovered. The doctor was stunned and suggested that fighting the virus had also made her body fight off the cancer.

    In the three years since then, she has never caught covid again despite being immune compromised and being around all of us and grandkids whenever we have covid (3x). But she has had all the covid vaccines and now her multiple myeloma is coming back with a vengeance. (Diagnosed 2015, age 73).

    Just thought you might be interested in an alternative story, as everybody is different. Covid was not a malignant factor in my mother’s case, but the mRNA therapies may have been.

  37. Dear Dr. Al, YOU are the nicest, most admirable and courageous person one could possibly hope to ever encounter! What a brave and caring personality! Praying for you to pull through this latest challenge victorious!

  38. Dear Dr. Al,
    I have an email folder where I’ve kept all your blog posts, knowing that your invaluable words of wisdom and knowledge would still be there even after you’ve journeyed beyond your bodily suffering. THANK YOU for being so transparent about your diagnosis and for sharing so freely all that has come with it! May God bless you with yet another miracle – or take you peacefully and without further suffering. Blessings upon your precious wife, Sue, and all your loved ones as you take each day ahead. When you are too weary to continue the blog, know that there are many of us out here – unseen and unknown – who hold you in our prayers, meditations, or thoughts. You have been a GIFT. One day you WILL see the multitudes of us who have benefited from your life’s work and mission!! With eternal Hope and Blessings Always, Christi

  39. 💔 thank you for sharing ❤️❤️❤️

  40. HI, Dr. Al. I want most of all for you to have peace as you face this unfortunate news. I find words are often never enough, but I hope you know that you are loved, and that you did a lot of good for a lot of people. I feel we all deserve better than this world, and wish I could help change things. Thank you for everything.

  41. Dr. Al: You are and have been a true inspiration to me. Thank you for your courage and sharing your journey with us. Thinking of Sue during this difficult time.

  42. Dr. Al,
    Your book has inspired me to forge on!
    I refused chemo 3 months ago and have been applying your recommendations for my diet and lifestyle. My CA125 blood levels dropped dramatically in the first month! Going for routine physical tomorrow. I hope my cholesterol is not too high!
    I hope and pray you’ll be around for a lot longer and feeling well!
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!

  43. Thank you for sharing and for caring about all of us as we try to figure our own paths to better health. You are such an inspiration and an amazing writer. I so much enjoy reading your blogs. My prayers to you and your family and I pray for healing and clarity for you. Thank you Dr. Danenberg.

  44. I have followed you for years and loved your blogs and inspiring approach to dealing with cancer.

    My thoughts are with you both and I’m in awe of your dedication and willingness to share your experiences to help others and encourage them to take control of their health.

    Sending you all my strength, energy and gratitude for this next part of your journey.

  45. Please read and see this before it’s too late: Jesus lived a sinless life and died in your place on the cross to pay for your sins, then He rose from the dead the third day according to the Scriptures. Jesus loves you and wants you to accept Him as your personal Saviour and His free gift of salvation and eternal life He is offering to you. Search “The Romans Road” for more verses. Praise the Lord for your life and all the wonderful truth you brought to us! Thank you! Kelly from Minnesota

  46. Dear Dr. Al – Your advice and consultations helped me a great deal to not be afraid. I am so grateful for that. Now I offer you my heart and prayers that the same may be for you – be not afraid. ‘The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and grant you His peace.’💝🙏🕯

  47. Dr Al,
    Thank you for sharing your journey and practical insights for a more healthy life.
    My prayers go out to you and Sue as you continue to forge ahead. I so admire your spirit and tenacity.
    Kind regards,

  48. I have a different cancer diagnosis from you but I greatly appreciate how you share your interaction with your oncologist. It helps that you have a medical background and can speak with them intelligently about what will benefit your body and what will hinder your progress. That alone has been invaluable to us who don’t have a medical background. It seems that standard of care is forced on most of us and we need to see how to advocate for ouselves. After my first clear scan I knew my body had a significant amount of inflammation and I chose carnivore based diet to address it. I knew if I didn’t address inflammation that the cancer would come back. Your blog has inspired me to keep myself healthy with nutrition. You are in my heart and I will be hoping and praying for the best for you and your loved ones.

  49. Is there a way I could reach out to you privately?
    Thank you.

  50. Prayers for you and your family. It is not easy living with a chronic illness, and being in pain all the time simply wears you out! Thank you for sharing your journey with us all these years, teaching us, helping us in our battles!

  51. Dear dear dr Al, you are amazing and have been so courageous and inspirational.
    If covid hadn’t shown it’s evil face….
    Thank you so much for sharing with us your remarkable and intimate journey.
    If I may say what I have heard other people say, spend this valuable time with your loving wife.
    We will all understand. You have been such an incredible example for us all. We all will reach our final destination. And who knows but perhaps we will meet again.
    Bless you.

  52. I have followed you on your journey and shared with friends who were also affected by your condition and they found great comfort in sharing your journey. You are a star who continues to shine. Peace and comfort from Scotland Dr. Al.

  53. Sorry to read this news , keep being strong and great!
    A hug and a prayer for you and your wife

  54. Dr. Danenberg,

    I have followed your journey living with cancer since it began.
    I spent my working life at University. There I discovered that few people with ‘credentials’ actually deserve the titles that are bestowed upon them. I would like to say that in your case, the usage of “‘Doctor” is appropriate.
    I have no idea how good a dentist you are, poor, average, good, great. I do know that you have approached and lived these years of your cancer trial in as honorable and dignified way as I have ever seen. The crux of which is, even in hard, hard times; vicious times, you are living your life with eyes wide open. And as an individual with all the responsibilities that entails.
    I hope to follow your journey for years to come. If not, so be it. But know that I am a better person for ‘knowing you’ and having a bit of you in my life.
    I will be verbose and leave this with the words of yet another who I respect:

    Wild Geese-Mary Oliver

    You do not have to be good.
    You do not have to walk on your knees
    for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
    You only have to let the soft animal of your body
    love what it loves.
    Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.
    Meanwhile the world goes on.
    Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain
    are moving across the landscapes,
    over the prairies and the deep trees,
    the mountains and the rivers.
    Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air,
    are heading home again.
    Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,
    the world offers itself to your imagination,
    calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting –
    over and over announcing your place
    in the family of things.


    The Summer Day

    Who made the world?
    Who made the swan, and the black bear?
    Who made the grasshopper?
    This grasshopper, I mean—
    the one who has flung herself out of the grass,
    the one who is eating sugar out of my hand,
    who is moving her jaws back and forth instead of up and down—
    who is gazing around with her enormous and complicated eyes.
    Now she lifts her pale forearms and thoroughly washes her face.
    Now she snaps her wings open, and floats away.
    I don’t know exactly what a prayer is.
    I do know how to pay attention, how to fall down
    into the grass, how to kneel down in the grass,
    how to be idle and blessed, how to stroll through the fields,
    which is what I have been doing all day.
    Tell me, what else should I have done?
    Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon?
    Tell me, what is it you plan to do
    with your one wild and precious life?

    Respectfully, Trees UofA DIrector, Retired

  55. You are truly one of the most courageous humans I have ever known, besides being one of the most transparent and authentic. I’m so sorry you have to endure such pain but we do not really understand why anything happens. It is the decision of God.
    Lean on your loving family and know you are in great hands. Whatever is next, we’ll all be together. You have lived a life full of love…. and you are very loved, which is all that really counts.

    Hope is eternal, the best to you , Dr. Al…. You have helped so many.
    Miriam from Connecticut

  56. Dear Dr. Al, You embrace the true essence of caring about humanity, health and healing. I feel you have a shining, glowing spirit. You have created a legacy that is making a difference. My prayers to you and your family. You have shown us to live into miracles. Blessings to you

  57. God bless you Dr. Al and your wife and children. Thank you so much for helping me!

  58. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with all of us! You have left a legacy of learning for the future. Bless you on your journey❤

  59. Hi Dr. Al… try supplementing high-dose Melatonin… see the article and relevant studies below:

    Melatonin: Regulation of Viral Phase Separation and Epitranscriptomics in Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19

    Melatonin: Regulation of Prion Protein Phase Separation in Cancer Multidrug Resistance

  60. You are a true inspiration. I am always looking forward to your blogs. Your courage, strength and determination to help yourself and others are remarkable. Thank you for your advices, suggestions and guidance. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult and painful time.

  61. Dr. Al, I just want you to be okay. I feel like I know you. I pray for you to overcome this attack. You are a blessing, thank you 🙏🏼

  62. Wherever there is life there is hope!
    Have you thought about a parasite cleanse which ideally should begin at the full moon? A course of mebendezole or equivalent followed by a natural parasitic for 2 months a 1 month break and repeat the course for another 2 months. I would take zeolite while doing this parasite cleanse.Drink soups and eat a lot of fermented foods.
    I will not give up on you, your legacy is sound, you have learned and passed on invaluable knowledge!

  63. Good morning Dr. Al
    Please know you have inspired many with your writings.
    I am sending you healing, comforting Energy.
    Thank you,

    Kevin OD

  64. Hi Al, been following your blog for the last 2 years, as my mother stage 4 breast cancer and has implemented many of the protocols you follow with great success.

    I would like to suggest to you to investigate anabolic steroids (testosterone injections) for your anemia. It should greatly improve your condition. Please let me know your thoughts.


  65. I first saw you Sara Kleiner’s channel and you were an inspiration since then and when you joined Bella’s group. Thank you for giving so much of yourself even while experiencing so many challenges. Please know we are all rooting for you to be able to revoke hospice again but if we hat is not the card you are dealt, you have given a lot and will always be remembered.

  66. Dear Doctor Al.
    I have so loved your blogs and cander. I first found you researching periodontist. And you have shown me so much more for health!
    I pray the God leads you and your family to green pastures. I pray for Love, strength, hope and peace. May Gods eternal grace surround you all, at all times. 💗 Lisa

  67. you are my hero, sir.

  68. Have you tried nicotine patches for long haul covid symptoms as suggested by Dr. Henry Ardis? It combats the snake venom in covid proteins.

  69. Hello and many blessings Dr Al,
    I have just stumbled onto your blog as I was looking for the effects on cancer with the Lion diet (very restrictive carnivore diet of only beef, lamb or goat, salt and water).

    I am so sorry to hear you have taken a turn for the worse. My 25 y.o. son, Jacob, died last year after only 10 months of suffering with stage 4 oral cancer.

    I know our Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton, Alberta, has great success with Car T therapy and blood cancers. It is super expensive in U.S. ($500k – $1M). But is now being done in Mexico at:

    My concerns with a carnivore diet 1) chronic inflammation from NeuGc, a sialic acid molecule in all mammalian meat that causes an immune reaction (and chronic inflammation) with the human version NeuAc
    2) Sufficient omega 3 consumption vs omega 6 since omega 3’s have the Special Pro-resolving Mediators (SPM) essential to resolve inflammation (not a passive process)
    3) Dr Binzel’s 40 years of clinical experience treating cancer. He said in his book, Alive and Well, that he put all his patients on a vegetarian diet and those who remained on it healed. Meat eaters all succumbed. He thought it was the proteins taking all the body’s pancreatic enzymes for digestion instead of using them to dissolve cancer cells. Wobenzyme is recommended for cancer for this reason.

    Have you had your heavy metal load checked, Dr Al? A lot of functional Mexican docs, like Mark Hyman, say we cannot heal any disease before removing heavy metal toxicity.

    Never give up Dr Al! Move on to the next thing that will heal you! Maybe it’s time to reevaluate your diet again.

  70. I love you so much, buddy. You are a pioneer to so many of us who have longed for a better way to fight against this illness. Thank you for everything you’ve done for us. I will certainly be keeping you in my prayers. God bless you — I will be praying for both you and Sue.

  71. Dear Dr. Al, I just came cross your site while googling carnivore diet for cancer. 2 years ago I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer based on biopsy and suspected for bone marrow cancer based on kappa lambda chain test result. These all 5 months after I lost my mother to terminal lung cancer. As most can probably guess, I’m severely obese. I went on vegan diet for about 6 months after my diagnosis and lost about 70lbs. I’ve regained 35lbs. back ever since, but by the grace of God, my 3-months repeated endometrial biopsies for the past year have shown benign results. As for the bone marrow cancer suspicion, the oncologist cleared it out on the 1-year follow up visit.
    I would like to thank you for sharing your journey as there’re not very many publicized journal on carnivore diet that correlates to cancer. I must admit that I’m a bit nervous as the traditional publications would suggest otherwise, but then again I’ve been careless with my sugar and carb intakes, so I reckon my own contradicting actions, yet I’m still gaming it. I know God has given me second, third, fourth, … chance, so here I am.
    I’m saddened to learn your recent development, nevertheless, I would like to wish you the very best – please keep faith.

  72. I just found your Unconventional Cancer Protocols today and noticed the title of this post at the bottom. I am sorry that you are facing this decline and appreciate that you are being lovingly cared for. Thank you for the incredible gift of this blog. Thank you for all of the effort you have put into sharing your experience with such valuable information. Thank you!

  73. I’m sorry to hear this. Maybe you’re already doing this, but what about methylene blue, hyperbaric oxygen, infrared light therapy, and grounding?

  74. Hi Dr. Al. We haven’t heard from you in a while. It is now August 2nd. You have been such a beckon of hope and love. All your amazing teachings in regard to dentistry and ways to extend lifespan after a cancer diagnosis have helped thousands. I always enjoyed watching you speak at the Ancestral Health Symposiums. Your talks and participation on the panels gave me a wealth of knowledge along with helpful tips on how to change my life for the better.

    I hope you are resting well. You are greatly loved and eternally appreciated. Thank you, as ever, for all you do. With love, Marty

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