I still am of the opinion that the hydrogen peroxide saved my life. However now know it does work for all cancers. I was recently (last week) diagnosed with basal carcinoma of the skin while still on the peroxide. As you might know, if anyone is to get cancer, basal cell of the skin is the easiest to treat and is easily curable by excising the lesion so I don’t feel my life is in jeopardy.
So the question is why was it effective for my metastatic liver lesion but didn’t prevent the basal cell? My thoughts are this. When I take it on an empty stomach, the first place it will be absorbed will be in the walls of the stomach and small intestine. As soon as it gets absorbed it will pass through the liver. However for my skin, it would need to pass through the liver and into my general venous circulation, pass through my lungs typically to be oxygenated, then to the left side of my heart before being pumped out in arterial blood to get to my skin. Peroxide is so reactive, it’s free oxygen radical would have been spent well before it got to my skin. See this diagram to see how the liver would receive the peroxide first.
Therefore, in my opinion, the cancer for which peroxide taken orally in distilled water would be most likely effective for would be cancers of the liver.