Determining if your cancer treatment/protocol is working in the convenience of your own home is possible through the use of the Navarro Urine Test (HCG Urine Test) developed by DR Manuel Navarro in the 1930’s.
Thousands and thousands of cancer survivors have used this test over the years to keep track of their treatment(s) success or check on their remission status.
Efren Navarro, M.D., University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, The Philippines, performed his residency at Mercy Hospital Medical Center in Chicago, and in 1994 became a Hematopathology Fellow at the University of Illinois.
In 1996, he returned to the Philippines to continue the work of his famous oncologist father, Manuel Navarro, M.D.
Pet scans and CT Scans often give you exact positions of your cancer tumors or activity but they also dose you at 100 times the rate of a chest x-ray and are expensive to boot. In most cases we don’t need the exact location of cancer activity we simply need to know what we’re doing is working or not working.
I have found the Navarro Test invaluable in monitoring the level of cancer activity and now use it exclusively in place of x-rays and scans. The test is so accurate if done on a regular schedule, say every six months or every year, you can catch cancer activity before it becomes diagnosable by other means. This allows you to make changes in diet or protocol to hold off or forestall cancer returning.
If your Navarro Test score is 50 or above it indicates you have diagnosable cancer activity.
If your test score is below 50 it indicates your cancer is in remission.
You can do the test as often as you desire. If the test number is trending up you need to make adjustments on your treatment/protocol. If the test numbers are trending down continue doing what you’re doing.
I don’t rely entirely on the Navarro score (you always want to listen to your body) but in many years of using the Navarro Test I have never seen it wrong.
If you’re interested in knowing more about how the test works you can visit Bill Henderson’s or Chris Gupta’s sites (links on side bar) and search for “Navarro Test”.
Directions for Urine Sample Preparation:
PRECAUTION: No sexual contact for 12 days for female patients before collecting the urine sample. For males, no sexual contact for 18-24 hours before collecting the urine sample. DO NOT SEND URINE IF THE PATIENT IS PREGNANT.
Sometimes, Vitamin D may also cause an elevation. Thus stop Vitamin D supplementation for 3 days only to resume after the collection of the sample. An elevation in Navarro test results may be due to intake of hormonal or steroidal medication.
(I) From first morning urine, take 50 cc (1.7 oz.) and add 200 cc (7 oz.) of 100% acetone (can be purchased from a hardware store) and 5 cc (.2 oz) of alcohol, either rubbing [alcohol] or ethyl [alcohol]. Stir and mix well.
(II) Let it stand in the refrigerator for 2 hours until sediment is formed. Throw off about half of the urine-acetone mixture without losing any sediment. Filter the remainder through a coffee filter or laboratory filter paper.
(III) When filtration is over, dry the filter with its sediment. Fold and wrap in aluminum foil. For the quickest response use FEDEX otherwise send by First Class International Mail (takes 5 to 20 days) to:
Navarro Medical Clinic
Dr. Efren Navarro
3553 Sining Street Morningside Terrace
Santa Mesa, Manila 1016
Phone 011-(632) 714-7442
(IV) Include a Xerox copy of the money order or cashier’s check, sent to the address below, with the patient’s name, address, sex, age and a brief clinical history and/or diagnosis. Also, be SURE to include your e-mail address. This will speed up your receipt of the results by at least 4-6 weeks.
(VII) Send the $50 (money order or cashier’s check) to:
Erlinda N. Saurez
631 Peregrine Drive
Palatine, IL 60067-7005 USA
Pdazzler realizes this procedure is a little different however it has worked flawlessly for me and thousands of others. You will find this test extremely useful in allowing you to manage your cancer and do it from the convenience of your home.
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