By US~Observer Staff,
How is it that any agency can determine the safety or medical validity of any treatment when it is so obviously manipulated by the almighty dollar? It can’t, at least not with any sort of clinical honesty. If we were going to look at safety results we would have to base our conclusions off of the real-world response to treatment.
It is in this area where alternative treatments, like MMS, can show they are leaps and bounds better than any clinically approved pharmaceutical.
Scour the internet and research for yourself. The amount of negative feedback from MMS is miniscule. In fact, it is almost completely nonexistent. But, if you search any number of FDA approved drugs you will find death after death associated with their approval. How comforting is that?!
The positive stories on MMS, however, continue to roll in. Like this story submitted to the US~Observer:
My name is Steve Daugherty and I am a single Dad.
My youngest son was diagnosed with melanoma at the age of 8 years old – which was heart breaking, as you can imagine. The dermatologist cut out a huge 2 inch chunk of flesh from his little arm, and it left a scar that is easily visible today… My ex-wife was devastated.
I was prone to getting atinic karatosis, and basel cell carcinoma – i have scars on my face and neck to prove it.
After my son was diagnosed with melanoma, I vowed to myself that I’d find a cure. After a lot of searching, I found MMS. I started using MMS on my face for the pre-skin cancer, and it worked like a charm. The reason why I know it works is that instantly I could feel it burning the cancer cells, and not the good cells. If you get it on your healthy skin, you feel nothing. It burns and kills the cancer cells for about half an hour after application, and then in a few days, it peels off – leaving healthy pink skin underneath!
So, you can imagine how relieved I was. But the problem was that I didn’t know how it would work for melanoma. My son was doing fine for a while. We didn’t have the heart to tell him he had melanoma and we told him that he had to watch these “moles” that might appear on his body. We had him checked out about every 6 months.
Anyway, when he was 12 years old, his mom, who doesn’t believe in MMS called me on the phone and said, “Steve, Daniel has a weird looking spot on the back of his foot – and it’s been there for about 3 weeks – can you look at it? I think I should take him to the dermatologist.”
I was surprised that my son didn’t tell me about it, but that’s how kids are sometimes. I told my ex-wife, “sure, I’ll take a look.”
I looked at it and immediately recognized it as melanoma – you have to understand that I have studied skin cancer for years, looked at thousands of pictures of melanoma because I was so worried that we would miss it, etc, and that an oversight on my part might cost my son’s life. You cannot underestimate the power of a determined-to-save-his-son’s-life parent! When you have skin cancer, you know what to look for, and you know what it is.
Unfortunately, his spot was on the lower part of his Akiles tendon. The thought occurred to me – if he went to the doctor / dermatologist for this, they would have to cut out his Akiles tendon to make sure that they got all of the cancer, and he may never be able to walk again. I did my best to not panic, and not to let my son know what I was thinking.
His spot was strangely discolored, and asymmetrical, and was growing – it was not an injury – it was oddly embedded into the skin. .
So, I emailed Jim Humble right away and asked him what to do for melanoma. He kindly responded very quickly and gave me the protocol for it internally. I already knew how to treat it topically.
I put MMS on the spot before my son went to bed that night. He didn’t feel anything, which worried me a bit because for my atinic keratosis, I could feel it burn. But melanoma is different – it kills off the nerves or something. After applying the MMS, by the next morning, it had already started to raise and the coloring changed to nearly clear! I thought, I better take a picture of this because no one is going to believe me….
I took the picture of it. Two days later, the melanoma fell off and only healthy pink skin was left! I will attach the pictures. Please understand that the before picture was after one night of MMS being on the spot which changed the coloring to that of normal skin – I wish I had taken a picture of it before I started to treat it. But at least you can see that it was there…
Now, you can argue that this is not scientific. But you have to understand something about melanoma or any cancer – in my research what I found out was that when doctors biopsy cancer, they risk spreading the cancer through the blood stream if they cut into the cancer – so a biopsy should be avoided at all cost.
I was not about to allow my son to be biopsied – even if it was to prove a point. All I know is that MMS works, and thank God for Jim Humble and his work. He saved my son’s life, and he saved mine too.
I would testify before Congress that these words are true!
Feel free to use this information if you so choose.
The pics (above) are 4 days apart – first one (left) was taken on 12-31-09 – and after applying MMS, look at how good it looks just 4 days later, on 01-04-10 (right)… I know the exact dates because my camera time-stamped it.
I hope this helps.