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 Post subject: What is wobenzym?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2004 11:15 pm 
What are you all taking this for? How does it effect cancer?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2004 1:21 am 
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I am so sorry to read about your sister (in one of your other posts). Is it for her that you are researching on this site? It's great that you are so supportive of her - if only everyone who got cancer was so lucky!
Mum started taking wobenzym immediately upon diagnosis on the recommendation of a family member who is a surgeon in the Czech Republic. I don't know too much about it, but the following link might be of some interest http://www.myvitanet.com/wobprod.html
Please share anything that you have come across in your travels that might be of value to us!!
Welcome to our group.
Karen

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Daughter of Karel

July 2003: Mum diagnosed with stage IV NSCLC (adenocarcinoma)
June 04 - Completed 6 cycles of Cisplatin and Gemcitabine ; CT scan on 28/06/04 shows stable primary tumour after some initial shrinkage. Continuing with complementary therapies until review with Onc in September.
20/09/04: CT scan reveals progression of disease.
27/09/04: Commencement of clinical trial - taxotere and an anti-angiogenesis trial drug.
23/11/04: CT scan shows stable primary tumour. Continuation with clinical trial.
21/12/04: CT scan shows stable primary tumour. Continuation with clinical trial.
11/01/05: Head CT reveals several brain mets. No longer eligible for clinical trial.
20/01/05: Commencing 10 sessions of WBR.
April '05: Commenced Tarceva
May '05: Multiple skeletal metastases. Radiation scheduled for 2 spinal lesions.
June '05: Chest CT reveals progression of disease.
August 4, 2005: Mum ended her battle.

Mum is a 19 year survivor of throat cancer.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:07 am 
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www.mucos.cz provides description of Wobenzym as well as summaries of research papers. If you are interested in Wobenzym, do have a look there. Mucos is the manufacturer of Wobenzym.
Karel.

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Wife diagnosed with Stage 4 NSCLC July 2003.
Completed 6 cycles of Cisplatin and Gemcitabine.
July/04 CTscan = stable disease. Next onc. appt in Sept. Now using only adjuvant treatments and Rife.
Sept 04: Increase in size while off Chemo. Started on a clinical trial of Taxotere and PI-88.
Jan-Feb 05: Multiple brain mets.Given WBR with disappearance of all the smaller lesions, a single dominant one remaining (static).
2nd April 05: Commenced on Tarceva. Developing neck and back pain. Limited CT scan spine NAD.


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 Post subject: Re: What is wobenzym?
PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 6:25 am 
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There is a vital detail about Wobenzym http://allnutri.com/pid3013/wobenzym+n+ ... oated.aspx


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