I had a large tumor mass that I thought may have been a lymphoma in the pelvic region. A reverse BFB lookup suggested it was an aggressive fibromatosis:
“A type of soft tissue tumor that forms in fibrous (connective) tissue, usually in the arms, legs, or abdomen. It may also occur in the head and neck. Aggressive fibromatoses are usually benign (not cancer). They often recur (come back) after treatment and spread to nearby tissue, but they rarely spread to other parts of the body. They may occur in adults or children. Also called a desmoid tumor and desmoid-type fibromatosis.”
Brigette Karp said she had success using the CD47 program.
So I started running MW for CD47 on Remote (no boost) non stop 24/7 about a week ago. At the same time, I was doing GX BFB sessions every day and running 1-2 contact sessions per day. To my amazement, the tumor has shrunk significantly where it is no longer putting pressure on other organs and not noticeable in the last two days. I think the MW for CD47 played a significant role in tumor size reduction.