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Diagnosed with rare blood cancer

Thank you, Dr. Martin, for the good and continuous care you have given our family. At one time or another we all have needed your expertise.

At the present time my husband, J.B. Stone, visits you monthly for his EDTA treatments, which have kept his vascular system free of blockages following quadruple bypass surgery in 2003. The doctors have been amazed that he has no sign of recurrence of blockage. The normal usefulness of the relocated vessels is 10 years. He is doing well and feels good.

In 2004 I was diagnosed with WMG, a rare blood cancer that produces abnormal platelets that untreated, can cause the blood to become viscous to the point of the heart becoming unable to pump it resulting in death. There is no real cure medically and once diagnosed, the life expectancy is about four years. I am doing well with weekly treatments that include hydrogen peroxide and occasional vitamin therapy.

My doctor is not enthusiastic or willing to discuss my alternative therapies but every once in a while he encourages me to keep doing what I’m doing.

At first my insurance company paid for my treatments but since I didn’t get beyond the need for treatments, they quit.

Thank you for all you continue to do for us.

Mary and JB Stone


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