Friday, September 3, 2010

Maintenance and Michael Douglas


Long time no blog. I've been taking some new holistic medicine. It's called Agaricus Phalloides D4. It's extract from a poisonous mushroom. This homeopathic medicine has been real successful in treating all kinds of cancer including head and neck cancer. I take 15 drops three times a day. You should only take this for four weeks, then off. I have one week left.  Even though I don't have cancer or a tumor, my doctor in Germany wants me to take this as maintenance to make sure the cancer doesn't come back.

Doctors here in the States don't think like that. As far as my doctor in Los Angeles is concerned, I'm in remission, I'm cured. I am-- but there's no preventative maintenance treatment at all.


A lot of people have contacted me about Michael Douglas. I don't know Mr. Douglas, but I got all of the information on the Klinik in Germany to a friend of his. I saw him on the David Letterman show. I wish I could talk to him. I know what his treatment is. I started the same treatment before I left for Germany. I have never been that sick in my life. Had I stayed here and continued with the full radiation, twice a day, 20 minutes a session, for seven weeks, I honestly believe I would not be typing.

Michael Douglas said he's only had one week of treatment, but after week three... forget about it.

He is in my prayers.


I've had a few emails from people who have heard that I'm sick again. I'm not. I'm actually very healthy.

I haven't been this healthy since birth! 

11 comments:

  1. Oh my God I just had a Deutschland Flashback ~lol~

    Tubingen is only a half hour away from Neckartenslingen which is where I lived for the 3 years I was in Germany

    Now I wanna go back and visit ~ that’s a beautiful area

    Good Luck to Michael Douglas I hope he calls you ~ I hope he calls them

    Thanks for the update Sweetie

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  2. Thanks for the update, Brett. You look healthy and happy--a good combination! God Bless Michael Douglas. I sure hope he get the information you sent him. Take care, Brett!

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  3. When I first saw Michael Douglas on Letterman I turned to my husband and said, "I wish he would get in touch with Brett." I hope he gets the treatments he needs and recovers completely. As for you, Brett, glad to see you looking so well. Thanks for the update.

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  4. Greetings Brett,
    Hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend. It’s great to see how well you’re doing. When we heard about Michael Douglas my husband turned to me and said, “Isn’t that what Brett Hudson had? Michael Douglas really should contact him.” I hope he does.
    Great to see your doctor’s on top of things.
    Well wishes and prayers always,
    Lea

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  5. Hi Brett; I'm glad to see you are doing well & wish you could speak to Michael too. You are an inspiration to all head & neck / oral cancer patients. My hub is 8 months out of treatment & in hind sight wish someone would have done something to save his saliva glands.

    I miss seeing you on facebook & hope you will consider making another page.

    ~Hugs

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  6. I pray that all those of us who know Michael, if only as a fan of his cinematic gift's, will
    also gift him with every power and prayer to fully recover his health as though it were our blessing.

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  7. Hi Brett; I saw you on Extra last night. Had I known you were going to be on, I would have taped it.
    I wish they would have given you more air time. You looked good.

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  8. Sweetie do we need to enlist the assistance of Torch Barring ~ Farm Implement Jousting ~ German Peasants ~ to get you to BLOG something?

    It’s been two months ~ did you or did you NOT have a “Scan” recently?

    Blog Baby Blog

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  9. I am so thankful that you have shared this wonderful story. It's so heart warming, may cancer treatment centers are so blessed about this blog.

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  10. Hi Brett: This is maintenance, but what about those who are still undergoing chemotherapy and their cancer is not in remission yet. Would this be dangerous for them to take? My sister-in-law has been battling cancer for almost 5 years. She had ovarian cancer and it has spread and returned in some areas, but at the point she is right now it has shrunk some. She's a real trooper and just doesn't give up. I'm very worried about her as she has a blood clot near her port. Does this medication have any side effect, and how does one get it? Carol

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