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• Marge's breast cancer

Passing of Pam Hoeppner

Protocel as antioxidant - ORAC data

Marge Sheridan's Victory Over Breast

January, 2011. In the original report of Marge's victory over breast cancer, the most recent testing that was reported at that time was a blood test in the Fall of 2008, and a sonogram in January of 2009. As of January, 2010, Marge had an updated complete physical and was most grateful and happy to report that she was 100% in good health and feeling just great!

Following her checkup as of January 2011, she reported that her doctor had given her a clean bill of health!

January 2012. In a repeat of Marge's 2011 health report, her doctors have declared that she continues to be free of any detectable signs of her previous cancer!

January 2013. Marge reports once again that, as of her last physical exam in 2013, she remains clear of her previously diagnosed cancer, and that it has now been six years that she has remained free of any signs of her former cancer!

February 2014. Marge reports once again that her test results all came back clean. It has now been seven years that she has remained free of any signs of her former cancer!

September 2015. Marge continues to be healthy and free of her former cancer.

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The Passing of Pam Hoeppner

It is with great sadness that we have been asked to report to everyone that Pamela Hoeppner, author of The Breast Stays Put, passed away on the morning of August 24, 2009.  We apologize for the delay in reporting this news to everyone; however, we have been trying to ascertain as many facts surrounding Pam’s passing as possible prior to releasing this devastating news. We are most grateful to Elonna McKibben for this kind summary.



Pam found out sometime early in 2009 that she was dealing with some type of pathology in her breast again and a very serious infection had developed therein as well. It is unclear the exact nature of this breast pathology. However, Pam’s daughter reports that she felt she was dealing, at the very least, with an extreme inflammatory situation and/or that she had signs very much in keeping with that of inflammatory breast cancer. As Pam mentioned honestly in her book, she always had an area of concern that was remaining in her breast even when in 2005 her diagnostic testing could find no more signs of active cancer. She always felt that it was an area of necrotic tissue from the biopsy site.

Pam’s family has told us that when Pam became concerned, she did go back on Protocel® for about three months in the early spring that year. However, she did not stay on Protocel® due to the fact that she was experiencing extreme tiredness and would have increased pain in her breast shortly after taking Protocel® doses. (Symptoms very similar to those she had with her first experiences with Protocel®.) Instead of staying on Protocel®, however, after this short period of time, Pam made the choice to stop taking Protocel® and began taking some other alternative therapies.

On May 29th of 2009, Pam ended up hospitalized due to a massive bacterial infection. This infection required i.v. antibiotic therapy both in the hospital and at home for a period of 30 days. Serious systemic infections greatly stress the immune system and the body physically. From what has been reported by her family, it is apparent that after this infection, Pam’s just was not able to get her strength back. Additionally, she was also hospitalized again briefly in August due to breathing difficulties. Pam’s physicians thought she had extensive fluid in her lungs; however, they were only able to drain off a small amount of liquid. This lead her family to believe that Pam was dealing with another serious infection, especially in light of the fact that she was put back on antibiotics. Pam was released from the hospital the following day. That evening, she spent with her family making plans for an expectation of recovery from this latest infection and from whatever was occurring in her breast. Unfortunately for us, God had other plans for Pam. Our loss is Heaven’s gain as Pam passed away less than two days later. Her passing has been a complete shock for her family as well.

The above factors, and many more not mentioned herein, contributed to Pam’s passing. As no autopsy was performed, we will never know the actual cause of her untimely death. However, it is felt that the bacterial infection played a significant role. Of further note, at the time of her death, Pam had not resumed taking Protocel®.

Pam wrote The Breast Stays Put with complete honesty and integrity. After being initially diagnosed with cancer in January of 2004, Pam used the Protocel® formula alone to bring herself to the point where no scans or other diagnostic tests could detect any more active signs of cancer in her body. She then wrote her book to document her journey to recovery and how she was able to rid her body of all active signs of her very aggressive cancer without going through surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, or hormone-blocking drugs – a feat conventional medicine says is impossible to do. It is our hope that her book and website will continue to help others who are looking for hope and seeking to find options outside the conventional realm.

We also hope that Pam’s passing makes the following abundantly clear:

1) That it is important to make sure that you stay on Protocel® a sufficient length of time for complete recovery. Protocel® should NOT be stopped if there is any kind of foreign "matter" still remaining in the body. This holds true even if you are made to feel safe by a scan that states this "matter" is nothing of concern as it is no longer enhancing or showing activity on such scan(s). We have lost too many individuals because they stopped taking Protocel® when they still had something remaining that had supposedly gone into a “non_enhancing” state. Remember, this left over "matter" does not belong in your body, so therefore, should not be left to remain in your body indefinitely. Further, it most likely still contains cancer cells, just not in a concentration large enough to show up on scans any longer. You should always error on the side of your safety. You just need to be patient and protect yourself by continuing on Protocel until absolutely everything is completely gone from your body.

2) That you need to undertake some sort of periodic testing, conventional or alternative (such as the HCG urine test), to monitor yourself. Be aware of any major health changes in your body. Be pro-active – if you feel there is a possibility of a problem, get on Protocel® immediately and consider doing some sort of follow-up testing.

3) That it is better to err on the side of your safety and to take Protocel® for 1 year past any all clear scan(s) and/or blood work or alternative urine testing that would give you an indication that you are cancer free. Then, it truly is extremely important to do a regular yearly maintenance program of 1 bottle of Formula #50 OR 2 bottles of Formula #23. (Many individuals choose never to stop taking Protocel®.)

- - - by Elonna McKibben, December 2009


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Protocel has Powerful Antioxidant Properties

Because of the unique chemical composition of the ingredients in Protocel, it was of interest to evaluate its ability to function as an antioxidant and so to deactivate free radicals which tend to form in the body. These free radicals can be damaging to proteins, cells, and other substances in the body, and can lead to structures which are mutations of the normal structures and which may become cancerous. Other detrimental effects include cardiovascular disease and age-related diseases. It is well known that many natural foods have some degree of antioxidant property and are thus of real value in a healthy diet, because it is believed that they act to reduce damage to healthy body structures. Therefore it was decided to use laboratory tests to investigate the inherent antioxidant characteristics of Protocel.

The test that was used to evaluate Protocel is called the ORAC test, which assigns an ORAC value to the substance being tested. The ORAC value is a measure of the capacity of a substance to scavenge (or get rid of) a particular type of free radical called the peroxyl radical. This radical is one of the most common reactive oxygen species (ROS) found in the body. In particular, the ORAChydro value reflects the water-soluble antioxidant capacity of the substance being tested. Trolox, which is a water-soluble analog of Vitamin E, is used as the calibration standard for this test, and the ORAC value which results from testing of the substance of interest is expressed as the micromole Trolox equivalent (TE) per gram. The acceptable precision of the ORAC assay is 15% relative standard deviation.

Ou, B; Hampsch--Woodill, M.; Prior, R.L.; Development and Validation of an Improved Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity Assay using Fluorescein as the Fluorescent Probe. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.; 2001, 49(10), 4619-4626.
Ou, B.; Huang, D.; Hampsch-Woodill, M.; Method for Assaying the Antioxidant Capacity of a Sample. US Patent 7,132,296 B2.

In order to put the ORAC results for Protocel into context, it is helpful to look at ORAC values for some common foods. In the list below, the higher the ORAC value, the better the food is at scavenging free radicals and combating damage due to free radicals.


Fresh Vegetable

green pepper
green beans
red pepper
purple cauliflower
purple cabbage

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ORAC value for Protocel shows extremely high antioxidant property!

The results from testing of a sample of Protocel 23 showed a very high result for the ORAC value of 1,450,935! This indicates a remarkable ability for Protocel to eliminate free radicals in the body and the damage they are capable of doing to cells, etc. A photocopy of the full report from Brunswick Laboratories is presented below.

posted 2/25/10