OK, what’s the punch line? No joke! A pregnant woman and a man or woman with cancer DOES have something in common. The answer: they both have HCG in their urine. HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin. If a woman suspects that she is pregnant, she goes to the store and buys a simple home pregnancy test. If she has HCG in her urine, the test will flash positive and that means that she is pregnant! When a woman becomes pregnant her body produces something called trophoblast cells. Trophoblast cells repel healthy white cells in a static electricity fashion. This is God’s miraculous and complex way of protecting that baby from being rejected by the mother’s body as being something foreign.
Cancer cells are pretty much identical to trophoblast cells. They also repel healthy white cells in a static electricity fashion. That’s what makes cancer so hard to fight. Both cancer cells and trophoblast secrete the hormone HCG. If you have HCG in your urine, it means that you are either a pregnant woman or a man or woman with cancer.
Everyone knows about home pregnancy tests, but not everyone knows that there is also a urine test for cancer. The late renowned oncologist Dr. Manuel Navarro in the Philippines, developed it, and it has been around since the late 1950′s. The test is very precise and can detect even the smallest trace of cancer. It cannot however, determine what type of cancer you have, so you still need conventional tests and scans for that.
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Dr. Navarro’s HCG urine test is an excellent way to monitor your progress in treating your cancer. It is also an excellent way to determine the severity of your cancer. The more HCG in your urine the more cancer cells you have, and the more severe your cancer. The following is a score chart that interprets HCG test scores.
INTERPRETATION of HCG URINE TEST SCORES
Zero – Negative
1-49 – Doubtful
50-400 – Faintly Positive
401-999 – Definitely Positive
1,000-3,000 – Moderately Positive
3,001-5,000 – Markedly Positive
5,001-10,000 – Very Markedly Positive
Over 10,000 – Excessively Positive
Dr. Manuel Navarro’s son, Dr. Efren Navarro has taken over his father’s practice. Just like the convenience of a home pregnancy test, the HCG urine test can be done easily right in your own home. Following are the directions.
From early morning urine, take 50 cc of urine, (1.7 oz.) Add 200 cc of acetone, (7 oz.) Don’t use the type that has perfume or coloring. Add 5 cc, (.2 oz.) of alcohol, either rubbing or ethyl. (My pharmacy gave me a little syringe for free that accurately measures cc’s.)
Let mixture stand in the refrigerator for 6 hours until sediment forms. Throw off the top half of the mixture without losing the thick sediment in the bottom half. Pour the mixture through a coffee filter.
After filtration is over let the filter dry with its sediment intact. Carefully fold the filter and place in a plastic sandwich bag. Send the sample to the Navarro Medical Clinic by 1st class international mail,(about $14.00) Include a letter with your name, E-mail address, sex, age, brief medical history and diagnosis.
Navarro Medical Clinic
Dr. Efren Navarro
3553 Sining Street
Santa Mesa, Manila
You will be notified about your score by E-mail in about 12-18 days.
Females need to abstain from sexual contact for 12 days prior to conducting the test. Males need to abstain from sexual contact for 18-24 hours. Do not conduct the test if you are pregnant!
The following is an excerpt from Dr. Navarro’s website at www.NavarroMedicalClinic.com
The current charge is $55, payable to Erlinda Suarez.
Mail payments to:
631 Peregrine Drive
Palatine IL 60067-7005
Acceptable Payment Methods
1. Cashier Check, when using this option; please include a Xerox copy along with the specimen.
2. Postal Money Order, when using this option, please include a Xerox copy along with the specimen.
3. Western Union, when using this option, email to Payments@NavarroMedicalClinic.com and include an attachment a scan copy of the receipt or if scan copy is not available, specify in the email the Patient Name, Address (street, city, state, country) and the Money Transfer Control Number.
4. MoneyGram , when using this option, email to Payments@NavarroMedicalClinic.com and include an attachment a scan copy of the receipt or if scan copy is not available, specify in the email the Patient Name, Address (street, city, state, country) and the Money Transfer Control Number.
5. Bank On Line Bill Payment (services offered by Chase, Citibank etc), when using this option, make check payable to Erlinda Suarez, mail it to the address listed above and make sure to include the Patient Name in the Memo.
6. Paypal www.paypal.com , when using this option, to Payments@NavarroMedicalClinic.com. Also include the Patient Name in the Memo Field. Please specify that the payment was made thru Paypal when mailing your specimen.
7. Paypal alerts us via email when your payment was executed and you do not need to send any note to the addressee listed above.
I have done Dr. Navarro’s HCG urine test several times to monitor my progress in treating my own cancer. My last score was 52, still slightly positive but it’s down from the previous test of 53, so I’m headed in the right direction.
There is also a doctor named Dr. Schandl in Florida who does a modified blood test, which checks for 2 types of the HCG hormone. For more information on his laboratory, visit his website at www.CAProfile.net
One last thing, a common home pregnancy test is not sensitive enough to detect HCG levels for cancer. HCG levels are much higher during pregnancy, so you can’t expect to use a home pregnancy test to detect or monitor your cancer. I found this out firsthand. I originally found out about Dr. Navarro’s test when I read a book called, “Outsmart Your Cancer.” I asked my surgeon about the test and she was not familiar with it and was even skeptical. She told me that if I wanted to try it, to go to the Dollar Store and buy a home pregnancy test for a dollar. The next morning I went to the Dollar Store. It turns out that the home pregnancy tests are behind the counter and you have to ask for them. I’m 51 and I felt embarrassed. I didn’t feel like explaining the whole cancer angle so I said, “Um, this isn’t for me, but do you have any pregnancy tests?” While I’m paying for my $1.00 pregnancy test, the two clerks start teasing me saying, “Why couldn’t it be for you? You GO GIRL!”
By the way, the next morning I did the home pregnancy test, and the good news is, I’m not pregnant!
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