Hi everyone. I know, I know, a post on Gracie is long overdue. So I’ll at least give a quick update on Gracie and the bio-medical intervention we started last year.
Well her nagalese level was twice that of what is considered normal. This indicates a compromised immune system. So just over two months ago Dr. Udell started Gracie on GcMAF to normalize Gracie’s immune system function. We started the dose at .02 CC’s (tiny amount), with .02 CC increases planned after every month. Dose will eventually get to .1 CC.
GcMAF is incredibly expensive. It costs $900 for a vial about the size of the first joint on my thumb, and it was all out-of-pocket. Plus, I had to fill the syringe. I was praying I wouldn’t drop the glass vial while filling the syringes. Then I had air in the syringes, and knew that wasn’t a good thing. So I had to research on the Internet a little to learn how to properly fill syringes to prevent air from being drawn into them, etc. What a chore all that was, filling the syringes, injecting all the GcMAF back into the vial, and then refilling the syringes properly.
Anyway, Dr. Udell has experienced remarkable results using GcMAF, particularly with teenage autistic girls. Unfortunately, we’ve yet to see any positive results in Gracie (as far as GcMAF is concerned).
I can say, however, Gracie had an excellent school year this past year. Overall, her health and disposition has improved significantly. This is great, because to be honest, I thought I was going to lose my mind last year.
Finally, Kristine has been doing great too. She returned to work full-time as a kindergarten teacher, and today she meets with her oncologist to receive an update on her prognosis.
Well, until the next time…