A bit of a pause

A bit of a pause

For those of you who are regular readers of my blog, you may have noted little activity recently. I found myself diagnosed with prostate cancer, and then radiotherapy, and anti-androgens, then in the midst of that I went down with COVID19. So, energy levels have been a little low. Particularly my ability to concentrate on writing, anything of great value.

I am going to give it a month, or so, to see how I feel. Then, I hope to be back on-line after that. I wil get back to approving comments this week. Thank you.

639 thoughts on “A bit of a pause

    1. Nasir

      Dr K, you’re a legend.
      I pray all goes well for you and that you make a speedy recovery.
      Your blogs have kept me sane in this insane world. You’re an inspiration.
      Take care.

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  1. Gillian Barber

    All the very best Malcolm, and I hope you get your brain and energy levels back rapidly!Gill B

    Sent from the all-new AOL app for Android

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    1. John U

      I hope you recover fully quickly Doc. I’ve enjoyed reading your articles about the disastrous unscientific policies of covidism, which have been mixed with witchcraft/homeopathy masquerading as medical practice, that have done so much damage to society- medically, socially & financially. Your book ‘Doctoring Data’ was a great read, ‘an eye-opener’, even to somebody like me, who has worked on & off in informatics following the pharma/biotech industries for > 25 years since the pre-internet era.

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  2. Jan

    Malcolm, I wish you rapid recuperation. Stay in good vibes, we need you in this world! Much love! Jan

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  3. Jean Crossan

    How awful for you Dr K. I’m so sorry to hear this and wish you a speedy recovery.Your a battler so ive no doubt once your rested you’ll be back keeping us all up to speed with all the goings on that are so interesting and enlightening.
    Take good care of yourself and ill say a wee prayer for you.x

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    1. An Italian Australian at the Tropics

      Every morning I check the email to see if there is some update, but this is not what I was looking for.

      Take care Malcolm, all the best for a speedy recovery.

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  4. Neil Upton

    Sorry to hear you’ve had a hard time Malcolm. Your health comes first. We can wait for your “return”
    Kind regards
    Neil

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  5. JP Craig

    I wish you the speediest of recoveries Dr. M. I look forward to hearing for you in the coming months!

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  6. Anna Stasyshyn

    All my very best wishes to you Malcolm. I wish you a good recovery and thank you for your sterling work and commitment to our health.

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  7. Anne Warner

    Dear Doc Kendrick,
    Given you’re rationality and sympathy for “the natural treatments” in the field of medicine, please, please don’t forget their benefits on your road to full recovery.

    Sincerely wishing you all the very best and thank you for having the integrity to put your head above the parapet in your quest for honesty in science.

    Very kindest regards

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    1. David

      My message is pretty well identical … it’s just delivered a few hours later than most of these.

      All the best.

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  8. Peter Whitehead

    So sorry to hear of your trials and tribulations.
    Hope you’re on the mend and cancer caught early.

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  9. Anne

    Missed your messages .
    You are in my thoughts and prayers and hope you will be well enough to continue your down to earth sensible messages .
    Be kind to yourself
    Kind regards Anne

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  10. Fiona Jennings

    I’m sorry to hear that, and hope you recover well and quickly. Always enjoy your blogs and thank you for them and your inspirational books. I recommend them all the time.

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  11. Craig E

    Oh Dr Kendrick that’s awful to hear. Sending my thoughts from Down Under and hoping you make a full recovery. Your fans will be here when you return!

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  12. Mairead Porter

    I am very sorry to hear of your health issues. I wish you a speed recovery. I miss your clear analysis of complex medical matters. I am listening to Empires of Pain which was serialised on BBC radio. I bet you have opinions on that topic. Get well soon.

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  13. Adrian Molenaar

    Sorry to see all that.
    Had a scare with prostate myself so sympathize.
    I had been an avid follower and propogator of the salt, cholesterol, and statin narratives but got seriously unimpressed with the covid ones. Since getting covid an fortunately surving, has there been any change in that narrative?

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    1. David

      I think what’s happened rather backs up everything Dr Kendrick has been saying about covid, especially the “terrain”. He worked all through the “peaks” and only gets hit with it now after his immune system was seriously weakened by cancer treatment (I imagine it would be, perhaps I’m wrong.). Now’s probably not the time to debate it though.

      Praying you get well soon, Dr Kendrick.

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      1. A.D.

        Has he been saying all along that there is no such thing as “covid”? That it’s just a massive scam?

        Because there isn’t such a thing. And it is.

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  14. rosemary wellman

    Dr Kendrick, you have my sympathies, My beloved husband of 50 years succumbed to prostate cancer, so I can appreciate what youre having to put up with, theplus covid-19, wow!! Best wishes.
    Rosemary

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  15. Trish McIntosh

    Sorry to hear you’ve been suffering. Sending heartfelt wishes and hope you take time to recover and soon feel better. Thank you for all your wonderful information to date.

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  16. Patricia mcmuldrow

    So sorry to hear this. You’ve been such an amazing steadfast Doctor through all of pandemic and I wish you a speedy recovery 🙏🙏

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  17. James Derrick

    Dear Dr Malcolm,

    I am very saddened to hear of your condition and pray that the treatment has been successful.

    I have thoroughly appreciate your mails with your clear and incisive thinking.

    Looking forward to your being back on line,

    Best wishes,

    (Dr) James Derrick
    (Retired GP from Gateshead)

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  18. Kim Amburgey

    Take care of yourself, first and foremost. It’s understandable your urge to write is gone – you have bigger, more personal, fish to fry. Hoping you receive as many insights to improve your condition as you have given all of us — and lots of love — every moment of joy improves our health, wishing you plenty.

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  19. Catherine Reynolds

    Very best wishes to you, Dr Kendrick, I hope all your treatment is successful. Take plenty of time to recover!

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  20. Marlene JENKIN

    Wishing you well very soon. So sorry to read of your diagnosis – sending positive thoughts too . ..

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  21. Yvonne

    Get well soon. Thank the Lord you are blessed with much wisdom about these incredible bodies God gave us! God speed!

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  22. lingulella

    Dear Dr. Kendrick, so sorry to hear of your tribulations, my very best wishes for your complete recovery.

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  23. Sally

    Sending many healing thoughts for your renewed strength over the coming weeks. Thank you for all you have done and looking forward to reading your next blog.

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  24. Lynn Christine Churchill

    We wish you all the best Malcolm in your recovery. You have knowledge and lifestyle on your side.
    Keep in touch.
    Lynn

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  25. Peter Bishop

    Best wishes and good luck with your treatment. Hope you make a full recovery. Your latest book “ The Clot Thickens “ is a masterpiece.

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  26. Tove

    I’m so sorry to hear this. You don’t know me, but I read your very informative articles with great interest! I wish you all the best and hope the treatment is effective and you recover to 100% health! 💖

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  27. gallusgail

    So sorry to hear you have been unwell. Not a great time for you to have your date with Covid on top of everything else you are going through. Wishing you a speedy recovery and looking forward to reading your thoughts again soon. Look after yourself and take it easy for a while.

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  28. A Klineberg

    Get better soon
    We need you ( a small island of common sense & reason, surrounded by a vast sea of propaganda and bollocks ! )
    Take care
    BW
    Anthony

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  29. Krystyna

    Wiadomość bardzo przygnębiająca…Trzymam kciuki! Wiem, że się z tego wychodzi! Wielu najlepszych myśli, Doktorze!

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  30. Krystyna

    Very depressing news…I’m keeping my fingers crossed! I know you are coming out of it! Many best thoughts, Doctor!

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  31. Roderick Mee

    Malcolm

    My very best wishes for your treatment, I too have been laid with a stroke but fortunately making good recovery

    Roderick Mee.

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  32. Judy Kevelin

    So sorry, you are having a rough time.I hope you have a good recovery! I will pray for you.

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  33. jeresavo1

    Miseed your posts dr kendrick & was concerned. Your posts were a tonic and I sincerely wish you a speedy recovery. But the “covid 19” is no big shakes. Hope you havent been “got at” – either physically or otherwise !

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  34. Lindy

    Am sorry to hear this. Wishing you a speedy recovery and pray you bounce back in no time. Really appreciate your enlightening work!

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  35. Ann Hazell

    Th’ll be rait!

    Meaning:-
    Thou will be alright.
    This means you’ll have a swift recovery (Yorkshire dialect).

    Missing the blogs – even though I only just get the gist.

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  36. Andrew Makin

    Retired nurse here: can’t stop assessing, and thought you looked a bit weary on the “Love your Heart” session. Sorry to hear it’s more than post-Covid.

    Look after yourself, and we will wait patiently until you are ready to inform us again. There are not enough loud voices like yours, and we need every one.

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  37. Ian G Blackwell

    Very sorry to hear this news. I send you my very best wishes for a speedy recuperation, as I am sure will all your followers. We are enlightened and amused by your posts, they have been an invaluable tonic in these times.
    Good luck and hope to hear from you again soon.

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  38. Penny

    I will miss your pithy and informative articles and hope you soon feel 100% better and get back to writing.

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  39. Jane Washington

    So sorry to read this Dr K. Wishing you a good recovery. Your reflections have been very informative and very much valued. Looking forward to reading future ones, when you are ready.

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  40. Ulli Peiler

    Our best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. Look after yourself and take your time. We miss your blog but we’ll wait patiently.

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  41. mmec7

    I Am saddened to read of this, Dr Kendrick. Positive thoughts for the best of outcomes – Doubtless you will see this unlooked-for stinker off your bodily premises.
    You mean so much to all of us, your adherents. Your sanity, good humour and sound medical leadership, a breath of much-needed fresh air. Salutations and much appreciation.
    (I can hardly ‘like’ … Instead, I send you a warm (((HUG))).)
    Be well soon.

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  42. Mark Heller

    I’m really sorry to hear about your diagnosis Malcolm, wishing you all the best for a full recovery.

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  43. Katrina Turner

    I wish you a speedy recovery and hope all goes well with your treatment.
    I first saw you at our Rally in Edinburgh and follow your blog.
    Take some rest and time to recover. Bless you.

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  44. bethequinebowentherapycom

    So sorry to hear of your health challenges. Do you know about taking iodine solution (Lugol’s 15% conc) for prostate cancer, among other hormonal cancers? Start with 2 drops in a glass of water and increase up to 8 drops. You can monitor your bodies need for iodine with the skin patch test.

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  45. Henny Hendriks

    Sad to hear. I an sure with your fighting spirit you will recover and continue your excellent work. Kind regards. Henny Hendriks

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  46. Jan

    I am very sorry to hear of your health issues. Hopefully you will have a swift recovery and will be back with us very soon.
    You made a mention of Chondroitin Sulphate in one of your blogs. It would be good if you could expand on that in another blog and if this would be a useful addition to other measures that one can take to remain healthy in regard to cardio issues.

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  47. John bush

    Sorry to hear your news malcolm, I really enjoy your excellent work on cardiovascular disease and covid . You are very brave to go up against orthodox medical views, its much needed and I have great respect. Thanks
    Dr John bush now just retired GP

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  48. Mike Ramsay

    So sorry to hear your news. I wish you a strong and swift recovery, knowing your future writing will be even more powerful and informative.

    Mike Ramsay

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  49. sarah wright

    Am so sorry to hear that. Get well soon!

    Sarah

    Sent on the move so please excuse any typos.

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  50. Robert Dyson

    Dear Malcolm, Sad to know you are not well. Best wishes for your recovery and future insights you will have from this.

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  51. Corinna Lennox-Kerr

    Well you have an awful lot of people, wishing you well and like me, are eternally grateful to you for speaking your mind and making sense out of the nonsense. I think you’ll come back fitter and stronger and with that wry sense of humour which is always the icing on the cake! Looking forward to your full recovery and being able to share in your treasure chest of wise and thought provoking information. We’re all thinking of you and your family.

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  52. Rose Blue

    Sorry to hear this. Hope all goes well in your treatment, and you’ll be back to feeling really well soon. ________________________________

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  53. Ken Scott

    All the best big fella; I look forward to your voice of reason returning asap. You have been a tonic and a breath of fresh air over the crazy last two years.

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  54. Paul Pennifer

    Good luck with your recovery Doc. Your dogged attitude to conventional medical groupthink will see you through this. Best wishes.

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  55. jerryrowles

      Hi Malcolm, I am so sad to hear this, and wish you the speediest of total recoveries.( I am a student of Dr Nasha Winters and study under Tim Noakes Nutrition Network, so I know there is great hope for recovery) Sincerely Jerry

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  56. Maureen Berry

    Very best wishes for a swift and full recovery, but take the time out that you need to fully recover. We can always read your excellent books and all your back posts when we need to find some sanity in the medical madness!

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  57. Penny Meakin

    Wishing you a full and speedy recovery!
    You are certainely the rock of reason in this malarkey of the last two and a half years.

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  58. JohnC

    It’s time for you to look after number 1, your health and well-being must come first for yourself and your family.

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  59. Alan Ter Morshuizen

    Sorry to hear that, Dr Kendrick.

    We trust that you will be back to excellent health very soon.

    Kind regards

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  60. Doreen Pugh

    All my sympathy and best wishes for an excellent recovery. Please keep us all updated with your progress.

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  61. Claudia

    I’m so sorry to hear that you have had to endure such an awful time of late. I have no doubt your great wisdom will help you through it all. Be kind to yourself.

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  62. Gilli Blick

    I am so sorry to hear about your illness. Sending you very best wishes for a swift recovery from the Corona virus and that you feel more yourself again soon.

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  63. Lynda Morgan

    How utterly horrible. Sending very good wishes. I had breast cancer many years ago and was surprised at how long it took me to fully recover. Diagnosis and treatment are draining in every way. So give yourself plenty of time.

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  64. Carl Francis

    Speedy recovery and best wishes. If the power of thought and good will counts for anything (thought not a scientific concept) you’re well catered for.

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  65. Jeanne Hitching

    Wishing you a speedy recovery and return to full health. You are a shining beacon of humour and common sense in an increasingly dystopian world. Know that you are admired and appreciated.

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  66. Jan

    Well that’s a bit of a bummer! All the best for a speedy recovery, love and positive vibes to you and yours, x

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  67. carl297

    Best Wishes for a speedy recovery. If the power of good will counts for anything (although not a scientific concept) you’re well catered for!

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  68. bill

    So disappointed to hear your news Doc! You are an inspiration !
    I’m sure you all the tricks of the trade to overcome this !
    Just get back in action !! You are loved by many !!!!
    Bill

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  69. Lili Bennett

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Malcolm. Rest as much as you can and don’t worry about us – we’ll be here when you get your brain back.

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  70. Ted Dickinson

    Dear Dr Kendrick,
    Sorry to hear of your illness. Wishing you a speedy and uneventful recovery.

    Warmly,

    Ted Dickinson

    Sent from my iPad

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  71. Tish

    Do put yourself first for a change, enjoy the summer, do the things you most enjoy and thereby lift your spirits. A big hug from me.

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  72. Catherine

    I hope you have a full and speedy recovery and I look forward to reading more of your wisdom when you are up to it. Take care of yourself!

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  73. Dr Charles beardall

    Sorry to hear that Malcolm. Good luck with the treatment and recovery. Your blogs will be missed!

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  74. Jill Leslie

    Oh No! That is such bad luck. Really sorry to hear all this – and treatment not very nice either! Don’t rush back to work too soon, though we will miss your pearls of wisdom. Pace yourself and get energy levels back gently. All the best. Jill

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  75. robertL

    I am very sorry to hear of your health issues. I wish you a speed recovery.
    Lots of prayers.
    Wishing you and yours all the strength needed – perhaps it is time for some “Me Time” with family and friends.
    BRgds

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  76. Caroline Willbourn

    Very best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. Take care of you for a change and we all look forward to your erudite, enjoyable and gloriously candid posts when you are back in full fettle.

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  77. Susan Attwood

    Have definitely missed your blog. Get well soon, and get that acerbic wit back out there ASAP!!

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  78. davethebicyclewhisperer

    Here’s wishing you a swift recovery. Thank you for being a voice of sense and reason during these trying times. Regards Dave

    Get Outlook for Androidhttps://aka.ms/AAb9ysg ________________________________

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  79. Marcia T

    Dearest Malcolm – perhaps a little too familiar? But you are – amongst all the writers I read regarding health, you’re definitely the tops. Do I remember correctly that you had to get the jab in order to keep treating your patients? Do you suppose that has anything to do with your current ill-health? Every time my husband shows signs of failing, that’s what I blame; so along those lines check out Dr. Ryan Cole – a pathologist here in the states. Amazing what he’s seen since the jabs rolled out.
    Get well – stay well – you’re a voice the world needs, desperately!

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      1. MarciaT

        thecovidpilot – according to Ryan Cole it does make cancer much more aggressive, particularly if there’s a remnant somewhere (and don’t we all have remnants somewhere that our immune system constantly fights off?) – I’m pretty sure he’s the pathologist who said he’s seen a huge increase in fatal cancers since the roll-out. So has Robert Malone, Peter McCullough, Pierre Kory, (FLCCC), Chris Masterson, Mike Eades, and on and on. I just thought it was worth mentioning. My daughter is an RN at the local hospital and she too has seen a huge increase in heart problems and sudden cancers – she’s been nursing for over 25 years now so there’s some data there . . .

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    1. mmec7

      Marcia T : “check out Dr. Ryan Cole – a pathologist here in the states. Amazing what he’s seen since the jabs rolled out.”
      As I had read of Dr Ryan Cole’s findings, my first thought was, the Jab. However, from the many links re pc, it ‘seemed’ that the Jab was, maybe, efficacious to aiding in recovery in pc terms…however, I am not holding my breath on that one, as findings elsewhere in the CA scene are anything but ‘efficacious’.
      Dr Kendrick you are indeed our Lodestar, the best of the best, a steadfast bright light of sanity through that murky window of corruption and malfeasance. The best to you and to your family during this cruel time. You will win through – I aint got many dollars, but bet the last one on that. Take care – remember to rest up some. Ya’hear. Cheers.

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      1. MarciaT

        mmec7 – I don’t remember hearing that the jab might help with pc – just that it has the potential to ramp up any latent cancers, cancers in remission, etc. but if you can figure out where you heard it, I’d love to know – and I’ll bet Dr. Kendrick would too!

        What will we do without his wisdom in the near future??

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        1. mmec7

          See :search criteria : COVID v/Jab inhibits prostate cancer –
          SARS-CoV-2 spike protein inhibits growth of prostate cancerhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › …
          by BD Johnson · 2022 — SARS-CoV-2 spike protein inhibits growth of prostate cancer: a potential role of the COVID-19 vaccine killing two birds with one stone.

          There are several links to further research in this connection – mind you – could be a case of ‘pushing’ the jab !

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  80. Carol Raffaele

    Yes, I was missing your wise words and humour…..and so sorry to hear why. Look after yourself, Malcolm and here’s hoping that the thousands of us who love your posts and are sending good wishes and positive thoughts will help you to feel much better soon.

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      1. Gabriella Klein

        Ha ha ha ha ha! That’s the way to go – laughing. On one of Kelly Turner’s interviews about recovering from cancer, the man she interviews tells her that he cured his stage 4 cancer with laughter. He was told to go sort out his affairs. Instead he went home and watched comedies endlessly. Four months later – cured! I wish the same for you dear Dr. Kendrick.

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  81. Gill Waters

    Thank you for sharing your most personal of battles with us all. Take comfort from our collective support and best wishes as you continue on your journey and know that we will all be anxiously awaiting your return to better health. Be kind to yourself and remember that yesterday has gone and tomorrow has yet to come. So, you need only occupy yourself with getting through today one small step at a time. We will all be thinking of you …

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  82. Frieda Paton

    Sorry to hear about your health issues – hoping all goes much better soon. We will miss your thought-provoking and helpful blogs and are looking forward to when you are up to it again. In the meantime be a good patient – take all the rest and recovery you need.

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  83. Mike S.

    God bless you Dr Kendrick. We wish you a full and speedy recovery. Thank you again for being the voice of reason in a chaotic world and changing our thinking.

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  84. Diana Neild

    Dear Malcolm
    We do hope you recover quickly and completely. We appreciate you so much – down here in New Zealand we have the worst prime minister in the history of our country, and your emails keep us sane. We love your writing, and a “Malcolm” email is a moment when we drop everything and read some sanity. I am printing them all off for my grandchildren, so they can see that there was once upon a time a wise doctor in Scotland, who while watching the world fall to pieces, managed to make people laugh as he warned them of the great dragon that was gobbling up their freedoms. Thank you with all our hearts for fighting the fight.
    Diana and Jeremy

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  85. Cliff

    Please forgive me for thinking initially that, given your propensity for a little sarcasm, you might be taking the p*ss. I apologise for that and sincerely hope you recover very soon from whatever it is that ails you. Voices of reason are so hard to come by these days, and yours has been very welcome. ATB

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  86. Jennifer Singleton

    I wish you well, and that you get a good result!

    I read your blog and would quite often agree with your common sense.

    I will look forward to more.

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  87. Linda Langston

    Your intelligent and iconoclastic blog is always a thought-provoking as well as entertaining read. As a citizen and resident of the U.S., where disinformation and division of the worst sort now rein supreme in every corner of life (or so it feels), your commentary on things medical, though I don’t always agree with or accept your conclusions, seem to me to be a meticulous and honest examination of the facts and suppositions of what goes on the world of medical science and medical practice. I was very sorry to learn of your illness, and wish you the best of all possible outcomes. I, too, have cancer and have been living with it and the dreadful side effects of various treatments, and have profound respect for cancer’s relentless pursuit.
    Get well, Dr. Kendrick. Someday before I pass through that invisible Celtic Curtain into the next dimension, I hope to visit the UK and drop by for a 2-minute “so happy to meet the good doctor whose thoughts and irreverence have informed me and made me ponder for so long.”

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  88. Linda Wells

    So sorry to hear this . Wishing you well and a speedy recovery. Take your time and don’t over tax yourself. Kind Regards

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  89. Susan Revill

    So sorry to hear your health news Dr Kendrick and wishing you a speedy recovery. You make this world a brighter place for me and so many others with all your informative and witty insights.. I look forward to reading your blogs again when you are ready. Take good care of yourself, rest and recuperate. Please do also consider complementary treatments such as acupuncture, which, in my experience, can really help boost mood and energy levels. With all my very best wishes.

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  90. Ron Logan

    Dr Kendrick you are a most important voice in this world of alternate realities. Your readers need you and will be rooting for you. Please take care and work on healing.

    Ron Logan (Reader since the THINC days)

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  91. spinneyman

    Wow! To get so many well wishes so quickly after you post just confirms my belief that you have helped so many of us throughout the many years we have followed you. Hope you’re back to 100% very soon.

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  92. Topsygirl

    I was only wondering about you this morning, so sorry to hear about your health issues, try to stay positive, accept help from others, have a good health regime eat good things and supplement as you deem necessary, take time out for yourself, do some things you like, and never forget how much you are cared for. I wish you and your dear family all the best and a good outcome for you. While I am waiting for that good outcome I have your new book to read which will sustain me for the time being. I am expecting the usual stuff and I am sure I won’t be disappointed.

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  93. DAVID MCALONAN

    Devastating news Malcolm but I can only wish you the best hopes. It says everything about you though….feeling the need to apologise for pausing your writing, when in fact you are suffering. True character and every credit.

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  94. Doreen O'Byrne

    Take very good care of yourself
    Malcolm. Prioritise everything that contributes to your good health, peace and joy. That’s the prescription I’d write for you. Maybe even write your way through this as a form of catharsis, and it would be as valuable as anything and everything you’ve previously written. You’ve helped those of us not in your profession, but questioning it, to see more clearly the need for self-responsibility in health management and maintenance, and I pray that more like you appear for those of us who need some time and support within the medical system. In the meantime, thank you for helping to keep me and some friends informed, sane, and thankfully, vax-free through the insanity that recently revealed itself. It’s your time now, and if you want to talk about your journey forward, I’d say it’s a safe bet to say, we’d all want to listen, and it would be valuable. As humans, we seem to think that our value lies only in what we perceive as the ‘best’ of us and the roles we play well. So we show up when we’re feeling good, or when we can act it out well, always a front. How about we feel and accept all aspects of ourselves, including feeling shitty, as valuable and a contribution to our own self-knowledge and growth, and to being known more fully by others. Ultimately, aiding their growth. Your value is in you Malcolm, not in any of the wonderful roles you’ve played well, though they served and supported so many. You’ll remain in my prayers, and I feel so grateful for your help, support, truth, courage, common sense and wisdom. I looked forward to your written and spoken words during these past two years, as I now look forward to hearing, simply, how you are.

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  95. Lorri King

    We sincerely send positive thoughts and support to you and look forward to reading many more helpful and educational blogs. Get better soon!

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  96. Rick and Marion Ohlendorf

    Dr M, time to concentrate on your wellbeing for a change. Sending you all good wishes and thanks for your wisdom and de-bunking over the past years. We look forward to reading your next blog when you’ve made a full recovery.

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  97. Cara Watt

    Hope to see you back to full strength very soon, Dr Kendrick. Your wisdom with a good dose of humour is so unique. Take care and rest! X

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  98. Barbara Palmer

    Wishing you a full and speedy recovery from the dis-ease and the treatment, and the virus. And my best wishes to your family and friends, too, as it is not always easy to be a relative of the one who is unwell. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  99. Carol A Parker

    Dr. Kendrick I am sorry to hear of your diagnosis. That’s tough!! My advice (HA!) to you…immediately stop the seed oils and ALL packaged foods. Only cook/eat at home and only use extra Virgin olive oil or animal fats for cooking.

    I will put you on my prayer list.

    God bless you. Get well soon!!

    It IS all about Love. Carol ATMortillaro Parker 307.690.3888

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  100. Ian Comaish

    You are an important and valuable member of society – as well as a moral compass and inspiration. Please get better soon!

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  101. Connie Saari

    Dr Kendrick,
    I have missed your posts and wish you the speediest of recoveries. Your voice is so crucial during these mind bending times.
    My thoughts of healing and recovery are with you.
    Sincerely

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  102. Susan Allen

    Thinking of you I miss your posts and hope you are back to business soon hope your family well too.

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  103. Linda Randell

    So undeserved, God bless you and I wish you a quick return to full health. I will send some prayers and healing, if that’s fine with you. Take care x

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  104. Stacy Snyder

    I hope that you recover swiftly and completely. I’ve been so grateful for the information and humor in your articles. They have been shared widely and are no doubt a source of harm reduction.
    P.S. My doctor agreed to read your post re: CAC scores. Thank you.

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  105. Oracle Duck

    Dear Doctor Kendrick,
    Sorry to hear about the PC.  Them cancers are a bristly lot.
    I was just flagged with a growth in my right kidney (my cardiologist,
    of all people, was examing an MRI of my renal artery, just
    happened to glance over at the right kidney, and noticed a growth.
    I do understand that jolt of mortality.

    But the docs don’t seem too concerned, at least not at this point;
    the initial treatment consists of simply observing to see if it grows,
    so I guess the tumor and I are going to have a relationship.  I come
    from an era where treating guests like royalty was a standard of
    decency, so I named the growth “Oscar,” a kind of neutral name
    that can swing whichever way is needed.  Oscar may turn out to be
    a lovable little tumor who’s just hanging around for the ride.  But he
    could also turn out to be a malicious little weenie with an agenda.
    In either case, he’s still my Oscar.

    In the meantime, the most important thing is to keep the old pecker
    up and your the skeptical ice picks at hand for stabbing any statins
    that may happen to wander by.  In my ever humble opinion, your
    work is critically important for the advance of medical knowledge,
    and it has informed and inspired me over the past several years.

    All the best to you.

    William Jordan
    PPCP

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  106. Melanie B

    So sorry to hear about your health. Do get well soon and thank you for all the insight, wisdom, humour and clarity you have given us so far. We look forward to your return.Take care x

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  107. Paul Helman

    So sorry to hear of this. I have looked to you as an intellectual tower of strength and have greatly benefitted from your great good sense. Wishing you a full revery and many years to come of dispensing your sensable observations.

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  108. Az Mohammed

    Sorry to hear of your recent health problems Malcolm.

    Hope you are on the mend soon and back to a good healthy life after all your treatments.

    Take care and best wishes.

    Az

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  109. Yvonne van Eck-Remmers

    Best wishes from The Netherlands. Hope you will feel better soon, we need your guidance in this crazy world! Big hug, Yvonne

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  110. Wendy

    Dr Kendrick: I have always looked forward to your posts and I hope you have a fast recovery. Sending my thoughts, best wishes and prayer for healing.

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  111. Gary Hosking

    Dr. Kendrick,

    My neighbor, a radiologist, also had prostate. He found a good surgeon and also tried this experimental treatment for peace of mind:

    http://www.eliostherapeutics.com/

    Please get well soon. Your many followers need you and your important work!

    Respectfully,

    Gary Hosking

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  112. Beverley Parke

    So sorry to hear your news – most unfair that this should happen to one such as yourself. Sending all good wishes for a full and speedy recovery.

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  113. AH

    I’m very sorry to hear that and send my sincere wishes for your full and swift recovery.

    Your writings have been instrumental in keeping me grounded in logic and firm in my beliefs when all around me were falling asleep! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  114. Christine

    Dear Dr Malcolm. Please take care and take whatever time it takes to recover. You work so hard for everyone else, the time has come to take some of that goodness for yourself. We are all thinking of you and wishing you strength and good health.

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  115. alisonfletch

    I always open your blog posts straight away, so keen am I to read your respected views. You can therefore imagine my shock to read your news but thank you very much for keeping us informed. You didn’t have to share such personal information with us but it is an indication of your generosity of spirit, that you did so. I hope your strong body and mind overcomes this challenge given time and good nutrition. A close realtive has also been told he has cancer but also that it has spread rapidly. This made me look up any link between the CV19 “vaccines” and cancer and I came across this article. I am sure Dr Kendrick you would echo this French doctor’s thoughts.
    “On the French networks, several testimonies coincide with the reappearance of vaginal hemorrhages in women over 85 years of age leading to the diagnosis of endometrial cancer and rapid death… The spike protein produced by the body following the injection is particularly attracted to the genitals, and this would be a new demonstration of this.

    So until we know more, let’s be careful, both doctors and caregivers, and not play the sorcerer’s apprentice!

    Caution is required with all experimental treatments and even more so when they are the result of a technique never used before in infectious pathology. First, do no harm must guide the decisions of any physician faithful to his Hippocratic oath”.
    https://peckford42.wordpress.com/2021/10/25/the-incidence-of-cancer-triggered-by-the-covid-19-vaccine/

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  116. antonetta Raijer

    Dear Dr Kendrick,

    That is a shocker! Cancer is a roller coaster ride (i know). I wish you a speedy and good recovery.

    Do hope to see you get back on track, as continuing what one loves to do is the best cure to the mind and soul!

    Best wishes from Holland, Antonetta

    Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPad

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  117. Heather

    I am so terribly sorry to hear of your health problems and sending my heartfelt best withes to you for a full and speedy recovery.

    God bless.
    With kindest regards

    Hearher Wilson

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  118. Charles Grashow

    Karma’s a bitch

    I’m sure your low carb high fat diet had nothing to do with your prostate cancer

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  119. Julie MacDonald

    So sorry to hear about your health challenges and hope you continue to improve. I am a big fan of yours – books and online! Look forward to having you return.

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  120. ukbonebroth

    Hey Malcolm, so sorry to hear that you’re not well. I just wanted to send you some healing vibes. Many blessings to you, and I hope youre recovered soon. Lorna x

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  121. Gary Wortz

    I’ll be praying for your recovery because we need you and others who want to get at the truth in medicine.

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  122. thecovidpilot

    Dr. Kendrick,

    Sorry to hear the (slightly?) bad news. Your readers will miss your articles, but you need to care for yourself.

    I’m curious. What is the NNTT for radiotherapy and anti-androgens and what is the false positive rate for the cancer screening?

    Being positive: At least there’s strong likelihood that you will outlive the (slow-growing?) cancer, if the treatment doesn’t do you in first.

    I had a comment about Swedish vaccination mortality that was never approved somehow.

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  123. Carolyn Driver

    So very sorry to hear this Malcolm. Wishing you a speedy recovery – we need your wonderful insights more than ever.

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  124. Anna

    If a hug could heal you, I would send you a thousand along with my very best wishes for a speedy recovery. Your wise words have kept my sanity in check this far. So, don’t give up. The world is a much better place having you in it. Cheers 🙂

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  125. Bob Johnston

    Truly sorry to hear about all this. Get well soon. And since you know how bad the science is behind heart disease you might be interested in reading a bit about cancer while you’re down.

    Bob

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    1. Eric

      I read that book a couple of years ago and it all sounded quite compelling, and I believe keeping a low sugar and insulin level helps in spades for preventing and curing cancer, but as a treatment with the medication recommended (something that suppresses glucose production from protein), it just hasn’t taken off. There were research groups in Frankfurt and Ulm looking into this and similar approaches but they seem to have fizzled. Even if the method sounds like it should work for all cancers, I suspect it only works for very few, like man other treatments that started out promisingly.

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  126. Caroline Petrie

    So sorry to hear this, just take all the time you need to heal. Wishing you a good recovery.

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  127. Irene Ramsden

    Take good care of yourself and recover well. Thankyou for all your wonderful, witty Scots humour and hopefully, we’ll hear from you again very soon. Best wishes to you. Irene.

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  128. Mr Ian Christopher makin

    Very sorry to hear that you are unwell. I hope you make a speedy recovery. All the best, Ian

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  129. Paula Casey

    Dr. Kendrick, Good morning from Dallas, Texas. I am so sorry to hear about your health challenges. I will pray for your recovery. Your wisdom will be missed. All the best to you! Paula

    PS I am on a spiritual journey right now for personal reasons. I am reading Thomas Moore’s book “Dark Nights of the Soul”, it’s a guide to finding your way through life’s ordeals. You might find comfort in the challenges you face now by reviewing it. Once again all the best to you!

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  130. L.W. Bosch

    Dr. Kendrick- I am so sorry to hear of your health difficulties, and wish you complete and quick recovery.  All of your grateful readers will be keeping you in our thoughts.  Please take care. L.W. Bosch

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  131. Brett Brubaker,

    Sorry to hear of your health issues. My wife and I will pray for you and for God to give your doctors great insight 🙏

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  132. Lorraine

    Blessings on your journey through the health challenges you are experiencing. You have a positive impact on the world with your knowledge, skill, and heart, and I will keep you in my prayers. You are a gentle warrior for truth.

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  133. smd1246

    I am so sorry to hear of your cancer and COVID. I am one of those who have noticed you missing.
    I wish there was something that I could do. Please stay strong and hopeful!

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  134. John Duffy

    Dr. K. so sorry about this horrible diagnosis. I can’t tell you how much I have valued your incredible blogs, particularly over the past two years . I so appreciate your incredible commitment to medical truth. I sincerely hope all the treatments, unpleasant though they may be, will lead to a positive outcome and a return to compete health.

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  135. Glynn Fletcher

    Hi Doc,
    Hope that all the treatment works and you get back to your blogs. These have kept me and I presume hundreds of others sane for the last couple of years.
    Good Luck.
    Glynn

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  136. A.D.

    Given that there’s no legitimate diagnostic test for….”covid”….

    ….and, perhaps slightly importantly, given that….”covid”….does not actually exist….

    ….I think you’ll probably be just fine.

    You have a cold and/or are fighting-off exposure to toxins.

    Everyone repeat it with me now: Controlled………

    ………Opposition….

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  137. kevinlpc

    Wishing you a very speedy and complete recovery Malcolm. Thank you so much for your blogs over the years and for being a beacon of common sense amongst the smog ! Looking forward to hearing from you again soon.

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  138. Jean Sharac

    I first met you on Sept 6,2020 through your sensible words in an RT article titled, THE 1% BLUNDER. I immediately compared the death rates of about 20 countries from Covid to the country’s population, and found your article to be absolutely true! Thank you for opening up ordinary peoples minds and speaking truth. I wish you speedy recovery, and my encouragement to you is to derive comfort from nature. Take this time of lower energy levels to just chill, relax and enjoy and observe the marvelous outdoors.

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  139. Gordon Ferris

    Really sorry to hear your news Dr. I’ve been through the whole prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment myself, so I know how worrying and physically exacting it is. I went down the Cyberknife route, partly because it’s quick [one week intense radiation] and no androgen ‘therapy’ [a euphemism for chemical castration]. I’m simply curious why you chose your ‘traditional’ approach, given your iconoclastic mindset? With very best wishes for your prognosis and future health.

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  140. Simon Derricutt

    Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Malcolm. At least you know what all the treatments actually do.

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  141. Stephanie

    Have only just seen your post, and I am sending warmest wishes for a speedy recovery from both PC and Covid.
    Take all the time you need to heal and come back even stronger.
    Hoping that all the well wishes sent to you today provide some comfort and strength knowing that you have so many people wishing you a swift recovery.
    Take care , be kind to yourself and keep smiling.

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  142. Anne Marie

    Dr. K, so sorry to hear of your illnesses. God be with you, and I will ask him to look over you.

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  143. Tina Deubert

    Hello Dr Kendrick, I’m sorry to hear about your diagnosis. I hope you start to feel more energetic soon, and that the prognosis is good. I enjoy your emails and your books very much, but I don’t think you should feel under pressure to get back to it too quickly. very best wishes Tina

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  144. Lianna Gilman

    Healing blessings to you, Malcolm. May the good you do for others be returned to you many times over.

    ~ Lianna (from a small island north of Seattle, Washington, US, but from Scotland in my heart)

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  145. Cindi Anderson

    Best to you. I am just finishing up my proton radiation treatments. Fast growing cancer came from nowhere, after feeling crappy for a few months after the jab. I have personally met dozens of people this happened to.

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  146. cquinn2

    Dear Dr Kendrick I really hope you will soon be on the road to recovery. Having gone through breast cancer a few years ago, I can identify quite well with how low it can make you.I have really enjoyed your articles regarding not only Covid and vaccine related insights, but also the clot thickens info.  I am only a Medical Secretary (32 years) not a medic but nevertheless you write in a clear manner that even i can understand.All best wishes to you and long may you continue. Kind regards Carole Sent from my Galaxy

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  147. Peter Ford

    So sorry to hear of your health tribulations, Malcolm. I very much hope you will be over them soon, not least because your wisdom is very much needed.  Peter 

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  148. michaelistrulymyname

    Thinking of you. Genuinely.
    At least you haven’t ‘died suddenly’.
    I’m not joking.

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  149. Mr Lance Droy

    I am so sorry to hear of your maladies.  I am an ardent admirer of your work.  Your tireless crusade against the BS spread by the Doctors controlled by big pharma is heroic and noble.  I am an American, married to a Welsh woman, for many years now.  About 20 years ago, we emigrated to the UK, chiefly because neither of us had to big time job that would provide  good insurance cover.  While this is just one of the many reasons I love living in Britain, it remains paramount.  Our daughter has the American affliction, which is quickly spreading over here, obesity…Four years ago, she had a difficult pregnancy and the attention and care she received was outstanding, while she heard several tales of similar pregnancies ending in death, in the US. If you are ever in LLanelli, you have a dinner waiting, on me. Cheers, Lance Droy

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  150. Brian Green

    Hi Malcolm,
    I’m sorry to hear your news, very brave of you to post it.
    Tough times ahead for you and your nearest, on many levels, so I wish you well.
    The more you know about the subject matter, the darker the thoughts all too often.?
    Good luck with the treatments,, hopefully making the right calls where input is allowed.
    I am back in Macc from NZ for a short while, and had hoped to at least get to say hello, maybe buy you a beer, and thank you for all the common sense postings that you have made over the last couple of years.
    As many have already pointed out, you continued to shine beacons of light across a dark landscape.
    Get well, soonest.

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  151. Paula

    Oh Wow, it always seems strange to me (and perhaps others) when Doctors themselves get diagnosed, we kind of think you must be “immune” as you are a medical professional….. Well it sounds like it is being treated well, so that is good. Take a well earned rest and we’ll look forward to your return, best wishes Paula from Polegate.

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  152. Linda McAllister

    praying for a total recovery to health. Thank you for your service to us all. Kindly, Linda M

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  153. Millie Thornton

    Hang in there and get well soon. Your blogs are great – educational and entertaining. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  154. CB

    Sending good wishes for a swift recovery. Do consider consulting a good medical herbalist. There is plenty that can be done to alleviate fatigue and any other symptoms alongside treatment in an integrative manner. Looking forward to reading your great posts again soon.

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  155. Chrissie Biggs

    Hi Malcolm. So sorry to hear about what you’re going through. I do hope you feel better soon and that your treatment goes well. All the best, Chrissie

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  156. Damon Faulkner

    Thank you for all your work to provide critical thinking and be the important counterpoint in medicine. I have always learned so much from everything you have published. You are greatly appreciated. I certainly look forward to your next article on recovery. No rush. Get well soon. Cheers

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  157. Kathy in OK

    First, take care of yourself. Then you can come back and take care of us. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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  158. Pam Nichols

    So sorry to hear of your medical issues.
    Your contributions to humanity are invaluable. God be close to you in your challenge. Be as well as possible..🙏😇

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  159. Ann

    Best wishes for a good and speedy recovery.
    Your blogs are really interesting and I like your wry sense of humour. You have been most informative, especially during the pandemic. I’ll look forward to reading your next post.
    Remember to eat well and take extra vitamins during your treatment. You seem to be very open-minded about anything that might help health, which is most refreshing from a doctor.

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  160. Shaun Clark

    Dear Malcolm, You are a legend! With little news, I had guessed something was amiss, but to read of your shocking news was a kick in the nuts. Fella, you will prevail! You know of no other way. Take extra care of yourself!!

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  161. Alan McCulloch

    Best wishes to you Malcolm. I have found your writings balanced, informative and hugely helpful. I even quoted you when a doctor tried to prescribe lifetime statins a few years back.  (I am a very fit 50 something and had just run my first marathon).She was somewhat peeved. Stay well. Also McCulloch

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  162. Dawn Rowland

    So sorry to hear your news. Thank you for sharing it with us. I hope you return swiftly to good health and happiness and, when you are good and ready, back to the brilliant work you are doing.

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  163. Mrs Maureen Bezzant

    So sorry to hear of your medical complications. I now realise that even medical doctors suffer from our ailments also. Hope you get back to good health soon.

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  164. SraSally

    Rest, take care of your mind and body. And thank you for all you do. You are appreciated more than words can wield the matter.

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  165. Frank

    Quick recovery my DR I pray there’s no faul pray, u know everything about guy’s like u becomes debatable

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  166. Oriole Hall

    Oh, Malcolm, I’m so very sorry to hear your news. If it’s any comfort, my pal is really well, apart from the hot flushes, after 8 years of the anti androgens. Go well.

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  167. Hilary Hamilton

    That’s a bugger Doc. With your knowledge and enquiring mind you will know what to avoid like the plague and the best way forward. Very best wishes for a speedy recovery which I am sure will be a skoosh case for you.

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  168. MK

    So sorry to hear your news and wishing you all the best for a good recovery. Time to put yourself first for a while

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  169. Elaine Wilson

    So sorry to hear your news, hope you are feeling much better soon.
    Best wishes, Elaine Wilson.

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  170. Donna

    Dear Dr Kendrick, I’m so sad to hear your news. I was slammed with Covid and cancer too this past year, and it sucks. Among the many emails I get, yours have always been the “stop everything and read right now!” kind, and I’ve missed your intelligent, humorous, and thought provoking words. I pray for healing and comfort as you recover. Blessings to you and your family.

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  171. Christine Hudson

    I have missed your wonderful blogs. Now I know why. Get well soon Malcolm. Looking forward to new blogs when you are back to full health.

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  172. June

    Sorry to hear this Malcolm. Have missed your words of wisdom. Hope you are on the mend and will be back writing again soon.

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  173. Marjorie Daw

    Wishing you a speedy recovery and good health.
    Looking forward to a return of your wit and wisdom

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  174. Beryl Hylton Downing

    Sorry to hear about your Ca Malcolm (and the Covid). I hope your energy is soon restored. I really appreciate your clear-eyed approach to the study and practice of medicine – much needed! Get well soon.

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  175. June Ratcliffe

    I’m so sorry to hear about your diagnosis and I hope the treatment is successful.
    I’ve always enjoyed your blogs and books and can imagine you feel a bit out out not having the energy at the moment.

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  176. Terry

    Thank you for all your effort to educate us on so many things medical and the associated machinations. I wish you a full recovery.

    Terry

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  177. David Bailey

    I am really sorry to hear about your medical problems, Malcolm. Please take as long as you need to recover.

    Nowadays COVID-19 can be as little as snuffling for a few days – I do hope that has been your experience.

    However, I notice that you will be reviewing everyone’s comments, and I want to say how much that will be appreciated. Part of the glory of this blog is that everyone can chip in, and bring up other subjects if they are medical.

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    1. David Bailey

      I just want to add, that I can imagine you right now exploring the medical statistics relating to prostate cancer. After you have recovered this may fuel a whole new set of blogs right here – because I’m pretty sure Big Pharma corruption is rampant in every area of medicine.

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  178. Daniela

    Dr Kendrick, I wish you all the best from the bottom of my heart.
    In the years I came to regard you as a friend, loyal, direct, witty, bright and sensible. I live in Italy now and you helped me immensely during this dark ages…Get well soon Dr Kendrick, we all love you lots!!!

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  179. Ross Valentine

    Very sorry to read all that. I hope you are fully recovered and back to your usual self soon. All best wishes

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  180. victor last

    All the very best for a full and speedy recovery – you are still much needed on the frontline!!

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  181. Sophie Tredor

    Dear Dr. Kendrick,
    You are one of the few bright candles in the midst of darkness, and you can’t go out!!! Find ways to boost your biomagnetic field. I will pray for you, God bless.

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  182. Christine Herbert

    that’s all extremely hard on you – and I wish you all the best for recovery. Look after yourself, all best wishes

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  183. Andy

    If there is anyone with the skill, knowledge and ability to quickly increase that knowledge it is you Dr Kendrick. You will beat this. I await your diary of how you beat this minor set back.in your life.

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  184. Cat

    Oh dear Dr Kendrick, I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been unwell. I hope you regain your health and energy soon. Take your time–we will be here cheering you on while we wait.

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  185. Maire Lenagh

    Every best wish for a comfortable convalescence and the application of plenty of rest. Thank you for all your efforts to support everyone else – your turn now.

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  186. Jersey John

    If you have the option of seats or removal my advice would always be to get rid of it before it gets rid of you lol hope you’re in good spirits keep on writing on!

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  187. Geraint

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Dr Kendrick!! Your research, writing and online lectures and interviews are gold dust in a world corrupted by “big pharma”!!! Your writing style is a breath of fresh air – informative and hilariously sarcastic! Best wishes Geraint

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  188. Martin and Linda Cerullo

    Wishing you all the best and holding you in our thoughts Dr. Kendrick. Rest and get well soon. In our prayers. God bless you.

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  189. Patricia Whoriskey

    Wishing you a speedy recovery !! Take your time … we’re not going anywhere ! I send you some positive vibes and a big 🤗 !!
    Regards from Pat Whoriskey

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  190. moyper

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  191. John Upton

    The best of luck Dr Kendrick. Having almost died from an enlarged (thankfully benign) prostate last year you have my utmost sympathy.
    Yours
    John

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  192. drain56

    I found out I had prostate cancer when I was 49 and had a radical prostatectomy when I was 52. I was incontinent but recovered. I am still impotent but now have an implant. I have 5 further operations doe to undissolved stitches. But I won’t die of this disease. I look forward to reading your blogs when you’re ready John Gregor

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  193. Alicia Vincent

    So sorry to hear of your health issues. Wishing you the very best and a speedy recovery. We will miss you.

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  194. 005lesfrenes

    Dear Dr. Kendrick

    I am so very sorry to hear about the turn of events with your health. Having had breast cancer three years ago I think I know how you might feel.

    I hope you are in very good hands and that you are also availing yourself of what are called “complementary” treatments. Personally, I find that ozone is very helpful, and also mental/emotional work. Matrix Reimprinting is an excellent method for releasing blocked emotions and unconscious emotional drivers.

    I wish you all the very best and a full recovery. I am so grateful for all that you have written and for your bravery during the Plandemic. It is time to take a back seat now for a while so that you can get back to good health.

    Sending you warm wishes and know that there must be numerous souls that love you around the world.

    Big hug

    Gabriella from Israel

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  195. Fiona Weir

    With warmest wishes that you recharge your energy levels and manage to continue your good work.

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  196. Lynda

    So sorry to hear your news, Malcolm. Wishing you a very speedy recovery. Keep smiling and do the things you enjoy doing whenever you can. Be good to yourself.

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  197. Henning Metzger

    I don’t normally comment, but I would like to wish you all the best, I look forward to more of your excellent articles.

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  198. Judy Robinson

    Take care! We are your fans and will wait for however long it takes for you to heal. Just TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF and we wish you the best!

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  199. Hilary

    Best wishes, Dr Kendrick, and I will be praying for your recovery. The comments show how much you are appreciated.

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  200. AnnH

    Shocked to hear you are going through all of this. Wishing you a very fast complete recovery.
    Keep on keeping on 🙂 Best wishes to you and all of your family
    Ann

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  201. Jayne Spencer

    Just to say a big thank you – read your blog all the way through this pandemic and it kept my feet firmly on solid ground. Sending every best wish for a speedy recovery.

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  202. shirley3349

    Dear Dr Kendrick,

    Wishing you a speedy and complete recovery.

    Like your many other readers, I have missed your wise words and helpful suggestions, but know you must put your own health first at this stage.

    Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.

    All the best,

    Shirley3349.

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  203. Sue Madden

    really, really sorry to hear this Malcolm, you are our hero and so must get on top of all this in fairly short order! You probably have little idea of the tonic you are to many of us. You keep us sane and mysteriously somehow bring us joy. So you have many, many folk wishing you sincerely all the very best now and in the future. Please come back soooooon!!

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  204. Tiberius

    Get well Dr. Kendrick. I have read all of your books. They are always a breath of fresh air and have taught me so much about heart disease, cholesterol, and the collusion and dishonesty of big pharma. All the best!!

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  205. Brian griffin

    Hey doc. Very sorry to hear of yyou tribulations. You are a very valuable and trusted sane voice in the areas that you choose to involve yourself in and it is our loss when something like this interrupts your output. All the very best from a long time fan. Brian.

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  206. Cookie

    I’m sure there has been many similar sentiments on this blog and from many who have followed your thoughts on many medical subjects over the years, but I’m sorry to hear of your illness and hope for a speedy recovery.

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  207. Jim Sks

    Not much to say other than wishing you the very best and sending lots of positive energy your way.

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  208. Adrian Torson

    Hey Malcolm, sorry to hear about your health issue. Hope you get better soon. Best regards,
    Adrian

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  209. Bríde Ní Bheaglaoích

    Hi
    So sorry to hear you have suffered that trauma.
    Sending you lots of love for a speedy recovery.
    I hope you can source ivermectin.
    Joanne Budwig helped me a lot…
    I’m sure you know all the best cures…
    Love from Ireland and thank you for your books. I have recommended your cholesterol con book to numerous people and they have thanked me. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
    Bríde ní Bheaglaoich 🌷 🌷
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  210. anna

    Dr Kendrick, sending you the warmest of regards and many positive thoughts, much strength and vitality. I really mean it.
    Thanks for all your hard work, all your brave words and excellent doctoring – I hope you’re cared for in the same way now, when it is needed.
    You are one in a million.
    Regards
    Anna Sugden

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  211. Natalie

    Best wishes for speedy healing and a full recovery back to fighting fitness. You have been an anchor of common sense these last few years and long may you continue to be! I look forward to your return when you are ready.

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  212. Jane

    Wishing you all the very best. I guess there is always going to be something out there waiting to catch us out, however careful we are.

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  213. Thomas Jones

    Dr Kendrick,i live in Australia,and like you have battled prostate
    cancer,i have followed you now for ages,please be well,get better,we all
    need you,as us aussies would say Doc you`re a bloody legend,warmest
    regards Tom

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  214. Gary Ogden

    Good to hear from you, Dr. Kendrick. I was diagnosed with PC in 2001. They ripped it out, and I’ve been fine on that score ever since. All the best to you in your recovery.

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  215. Stephanie Goldstone-Creasey

    Feel for you, kiddo. My husband went through the same roller coater ride five years ago, only without the added crap of Covid. Take it easy, put down the lance and rest, do nice things and be kind to yourself. You’re entitled to be looked after, for once, as a sign of strength rather than weakness. This too shall pass.
    All the very best,
    Stephanie.

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  216. yermama

    So very sorry to hear this. I’m pretty sure you are not allowed to be unwell. I trust the situation will be soon corrected. There are a bunch of fans at my end and we are counting on it.

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  217. Alan Nott

    Good luck Malcolm and wishes for a speedy recovery. I have had 4 bouts of radio therapy for BCCs head, back, shoulders and another for 6weeks after removal of peripheral SCC of the parotid gland and doing well. Have also been in trial using rhenium 188 for BCC on neck and arm (1 dose instead of every day for 5 weeks – but only applicable to surface treatment max thickness of 3 mm) To me radiation is better than surgery and I draw the line at chemo I have spoken to many other patients undergoing radiation for prostate cancer and they are very happy with the outcome. Looking forward to your next book before long Best regards, Alan Nott

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  218. donna schmidt

    Sorry to hear of your health issues! Will be praying for a return of your health and that you will again have sufficient energy to share your perspectives with us! Many of us appreciate your willingness to put yourself “out there” to speak truth instead of hiding in the shadows in fear or truly being deceived by the mainstream propaganda! We need healthcare providers with honesty & integrity! THANK YOU!

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  219. Penny

    Dear Doc, have been wondering how you are this past month, and am sorry to learn why you haven’t been able to post. Thanks for letting us know. Best wishes to you for a complete return to full health. Please give yourself as much time as it takes, and a bit extra, with a proper holiday to conclude your recovery. Nothing else matters.
    Perhaps other readers will do what I’m going to – re-read all your posts from the beginning 🙂

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  220. Janice

    I am sorry that you are going through this. Wishing you speedy healing and wellness, Dr. Kendrick.

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  221. LA_Bob

    Take as much of a pause as you need and want. You thoroughly deserve it, with or without the medical unpleasantness.

    Take care of yourself. Your life is the important thing.

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  222. Sue Adams

    Best wishes from Melbourne, Australia. Sending virtual hugs and positive
    vibes your way. Sue 😎

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  223. Michelle Baxter

    Many prayers and wellness wishes for you!! Hope you are feeling better soon, and thanks for all you write. 😇

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  224. Tique

    Hi Dr Kendrick
    I wish you a speedy recovery from this disease. Know that each of us who have been enlightened by your wonderful and knowledgeable posts are standing with you at this tough time.

    All the very best- have courage and hope.

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  225. Pru Strang

    I would like to add my wishes for a speedy recovery.
    Have followed you for many years and read all the comments too. Currently reading The Clot while recovering from spinal surgery, love your sense of humour and often read out sections to OH.
    I feel a wee trip to the south of France could be most therapeutic for you and the family ….
    Anyhoo, I look forward to your thoughts whenever you feel well enough to write again – soon we all hope. Take care..

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  226. Barb McKay

    Hi from the Alberta prairies, Dr. Kendrick! Sorry to hear you’ve hit this stretch of gravel roads. Hope all will be well with you soon. I’ve been missing your regular pieces. Wishing you a perfect recovery and a return to good health. Barb

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  227. Andrew Austin

    Your honesty and integrity in dealing with medical issues (especially Covid and a big tick for cholesterol as well) are an inspiration and I wish you the speediest of recoveries. Look forward to your writings once again on recovery.

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  228. Andrew Peters

    Very best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery. We need you back but only when you are ready.

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  229. Anne Smith

    So very sorry to hear this, Malcolm. My very best wishes to you for a speedy recovery and look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Anne Smith

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  230. Malcolm Shakesheff

    Sorry to hear of your plight Malcolm’ I had the same problem 11 years ago and the same treatment. I’m 80 years old now and have never looked back. Fit and well,. Life is good Yours will be good as well soon.
    Thanks for advising me to stop stations 20 o€ years ago. Still following your advice.
    Get well soon and start excercising as soon as possible.

    Best wishes.

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  231. Jean Humphreys

    Struggling with my own Covid repercussionx, I had lost track of how little we had heard fron you -then the nasty surprise. All I can say is – do wharever it takes to get yourself into trim, and be very aware of how many people are wishing you well.

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  232. snowmoonelk

    Dear Dr Kendrick. What a horrible shock for you and your family. I’m so sorry you’re going through this. I wish you a full recovery. My husband had head and neck cancer. Twice. He’s now as fit as a fiddle and looks like a racing snake.

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  233. Garth L

    Wishing you all the best and the most favourable outcome! I have missed your pithy reflections and look forward to their resumption once you have rested and recuperated.

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  234. Richard HARPER

    Hope all goes well for you over the next months. Thanks for your interesting thoughts over the years.

    Richard Harper.

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  235. Andrew H

    Hope you make a speedy recovery! There’s a pretty good book called “Doctoring Data” by Dr Malcolm Kendrick which has sections on prostate cancer.
    He’s a pretty honest guy. 🙂

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  236. Dr Peter Haynes

    Thoughts are with you. Get well please. The world needs your insight, your wit and your ability to communicate these.

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  237. Kim Millhouse

    Wishing you a full recovery. I myself finished radiotherapy for breast cancer last week. You have my sympathy and very best wishes. Kind regards, Kim

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  238. Peter Robins

    Very sorry to read that you haven’t been too well and best wishes for a speedy recovery. We need you back, challenging the clever but stupid people out there! Pete and Ruth!

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  239. Michael Bond

    So sorry to learn of your health issues. Have been a keen follower since reading your books. Only wish more doctors were as outspoken as you!. Wishing you a speedy and full recovery.

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  240. A milne

    Dear Dr Kendrick I’m so sorry to hear that you have been having a terrible time with your health . I enjoy reading your blog , please take care and rest , wishing you a speedy recovery Sending best wishes. Angela Milne

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  241. kateberkeley

    I was really very sorry to read your email. After years of following you, I feel I know you and so your news really saddened me. I admire you for your straight-talking, so it comes as no surprise that you should explain your absence so honestly. It is very wise of you to rest and take pressure off and I really hope you recover well and thoroughly. A client of mine has responded to radiotherapy and anti-androgens incredibly well, it has made him feel rubbish but his PSA shows him to be in remission. I hope you have the same without the feeling rubbish part.

    Thank you for your utter brilliance, your wicked dry humour and your overwhelming kindness. I look forward to hearing from your sharp mind and sense of fun when you’re back to strength.

    With love,

    Kate

    Kate Berkeley registered Nutritional Therapist and Functional Medicine Practitioner DipION, AFMCP, mBANT, CNHC Kate Berkeley Nutrition Spetchley Park Spetchley Worcestershire WR5 1RS

    07971664106 http://www.kateberkeley.co.uk http://www.kateberkeley.co.uk/

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  242. aldo

    Dear Dr Kendrick,
    I am really sorry to hear about your latest health news while admiring your brave open stance in relation to it.
    While I have been finding myself struggling with relational life in the past few years, my (terrible) “old school” attitude (possibly) prevented to limit the damage. Sharing bad news is not always easy but you made it so natural.
    May medice you practice and correctly so at times critique support you in this difficult moments and people around you nurture your spirit.
    Get well soon.
    Kind regards
    aldo

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  243. Graph Guy

    Wishing a speedy recovery and grace.

    You have been a ray of transparency, honesty, truth and a great source that we can count on during the nebulous Covid times.

    Be well doc.

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  244. Gavin

    No need to reply Malcolm. Sending you lots of good wishes. And thanks for your work – particularly enjoyed The Clot Thickens, but it’s hard to choose a favourite from your books!!

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  245. Rob Elens | Centrum de Peel

    Dear Malcolm please buy the book how to starve your cancer without starving yourself van July mclelland, check febendaozle ( yo tippen protokol ) fors ome help with your fight

    Greetings

    Rob Elens

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  246. Alan Ryan

    Wishing you every success with treatment, recovery and healing. You have been a power of strength for many, I hope in time and space your strengths aid a speedy renewal.

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  247. Elizabeth Ann Kennett

    Dear Dr. Kendrick,
    You are one of the few people on the internet consistently displaying adult-grade intelligence. I have missed your writing.
    Please get well soon.
    Elizabeth Ann Kennett

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  248. johnsti777

    Very sorry to learn of your illness. As others have noted, your positive energy and enthusiasm is an inspiration to your readers. Wishing you all the very best for a speedy recovery.

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  249. Bruno

    Keep tough Malcolm, if I May call you so…
    Fight hard and keep the Energy Level up!
    See you very soon and healthy

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  250. Patricia

    So sorry to hear your news. Sending you best wishes for a speedy recovery. I always look forward to your emails. Very best wishes,
    Patricia

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  251. Ann Hutchings

    May I suggest tapping into your favourite source of humour as part of your daily routine.
    I believe laughter is a good medicine. Sources of chuckles to revisit for me include old Tom and Jerry cartoons and Bill Bryson travel writing. Never fails…something on most pages has me chuckling.
    What do others recommend ?
    Also a daily snifter of your usual tipple can only be restorative .
    Enjoy

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  252. Frederick Graham Stephens

    Sorry to hear this Malcolm, wishing you a speed recovery. My own journey with PC started a little over 10 years ago. I stay active and still smile and laugh every day, I’m sure you will too, whatever is thrown at you. Graham.

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  253. Julie Helen Rodger

    How awful for you. I hope you are back on-line soon, you’ll be missed! Here’s hoping you are back to your normal self in no time. Warmest wishes Julie.

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    1. Mr Chris

      David
      What you say is totally true in my case. Reflecting on what he has written has certainly made me more healthy.as I said earlier I wish him a speedy restoration to good health

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  254. Tom W

    Shocked to hear your news, Malcolm . I feel for you.
    Wishing you all the best. Hope you’re back to full health soon.
    The world needs you so badly.

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  255. Patti Carey, DAOM, LAc

    So very sorry to hear you had such difficult health problems. Wishing you the very best in recovery and future health.

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  256. Brenda Gill

    I hope you recover from all of that soon and get back to your normal energy levels. You probably already know this, but a non-acidic form of Vitamin C powder to bowel tolerance and a B complex capsule with extra B5 really helps build up your system quickly for both.

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  257. Sally Johns Green

    You’ve had a rough and completely undeserved time. I wish you a full and fast recovery. You are one of my heros, and I look forward very much to reading your wise words again soon.

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  258. Chris Sawyer

    Wow you have been through the mill, so sorry to hear your news. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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  259. jodyanderson

    Pause as long as you need!, hope you recover quickly and you have plenty of friends and family around you

    Jody Anderson

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  260. Charles Edward

    I just had to re-iterate what everyone else is posting and say how very sorry I am to hear your latest news and to wish you a speedy and successful recovery. I am half way through ‘The Clot That Thickens’ at the moment and thoroughly enjoying it. You have given us so much useful and interesting information over the years. All the best!

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  261. ElderGeek T Romeo

    Hey Doc: All the best to you, and for the many years you regaled subscribers with incredible knowledge! Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery!…and, Thank You! Tony Romeo

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  262. Fatou Mbow

    “Particularly my ability to concentrate on writing, anything of great value.” I don’t know what you wrote about in the past – a friend shared this post of yours and I thought I’d let you know this one is of immense “value”, to my eyes. It speaks about vulnerability, our limits, the limits of virtual “sharing”, the need to heal with reality…and the love with which you do it all. Heal well, please…with all much love

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  263. Terry

    Sorry to hear about your illness
    Take lots of time out to do some
    “Non doing” .
    I have been so grateful for all
    your hard work you have put out
    over the years.
    You have definitely been great support for me and a life saver for many.
    Time for you now.
    Wishing you more comfort and strength soon. Terry

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  264. Blair Hebenton

    Dear Dr Kendrick – may you have a speedy and full recovery. Greatly appreciate all your work.

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  265. Steve Clark

    Oh jeez! So sorry to hear this news. do hope everything works out Sir. All the very best.

    Regards,

    Steve ________________________________

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  266. thecovidpilot

    Dr. Kendrick,

    I see you as a seeker of wisdom, knowledge, and understanding–but especially as someone who facilitates others to do the same. A healer as well.

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  267. andic

    I am quite new to your blog but since I discovered it I look forward to each post. Thank you for your work.
    I wish you a speedy recovery.

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  268. Daniela Guazzini

    Hello dr Kendrick,
    just in case you’ve missed it, even though i don’t think you did, Pharmaceutics has published a study on berberin,on how it inhibits prostate cancer growth. Also, the web is full of claims about berberin properties against cancer and in particular the prostatic one. The article on Pharmaceutics describes a different way of assuming berberin, nanoparticles, or something like that. Forgive my rudimental language, but i’m italian and pretty ignorant on medical matters and medical jargon. I think of you and feel for you…. Stay strong!!

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  269. Patrick & Debra Freke

    Dear Dr. Kendrick,
    You’ve got our ‘nod attention’ in learning of your own health challenges.
    May God’s abundance of His perfect wisdom, guide you through all that you’re going through. And may renewed strength and healing be yours.

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  270. roy hampton

    Dr Malcolm, I’m sorry to hear about the run of bad luck. Wishing you good karma and a steady recovery. Best Roy Hampton

    Sent from my iPhone

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  271. s q

    Dear Dr. Kendrick,

    Please, please get better. We need people like you more than ever. But I know you will get better. My prayers go with you.

    Regards, Sally Quinn

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  272. Irene Wood

    Dear Dr K,
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery! I had wondered why we had not seen recent commentary from you and am sorely missing your wise(cracks!) commentary on this whacky world. Feel better soon.

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  273. Darren

    Wishing you a speedy recovery and the the best outcome. Thank you for all your wise words that have helped us to stay sane during these strange times: you can’t imagine how much you have helped us. xxx

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  274. Deb

    I’m so sorry to read this, your priorities are very different now, I’ll be waiting like so many others to hear that you are fit and well again and wishing you all the very best luck and care.
    I was diagnosed with cancer ( not prostate obviously!) 5 years ago. It made me confront my own mortality in a way I never had before but I can honestly say that I am happier now than ever before. I wake up happy every day because I am still here!

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  275. Cath Bruzzone

    Really so very sorry to hear this news and wishing you very best wishes for your treatment and recovery. Like many others, I try to read your blogs immediately and pass them to friends and family and try to absorb all the technical, medical information which is so clearly outlined for those of us who have no medical training or experience. Thank you for all your hard work in keeping us informed and we hope you will soon feel like taking up the challenge again…but no rush. Your health comes first.

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  276. Chris

    Hi Malcolm
    Good luck with your medical issues. Look after yourself first and I will look forward to you re entering the fray. I loved your book and enjoy your blog.
    Keep fighting the good fight.
    Cheers
    Chris

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    1. Lynne

      So Sorry to hear this. Get well soon Dr Kendrick.
      I have just finished reading your book ‘The Clot Thickens’ amazing work. And laugh out loud. Yes keep fighting the good fight on behalf of yourself this time.
      They are just Your cells that have been out on a bit of a ‘Bash’ Love them and give them the supplements and care they need and bring them back into the fold like the naughty kids in the playground. Listen to your body and not mainstream.
      So no sugar then which means no grains and no alcohol jeez you’ll be a grumpy sod.
      Cheers
      Lynne.

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  277. Jean

    Hi Malcolm. Best wishes for your speedy return to health. I have your books Doctoring Data and The Clot Thickens and I always look forward to reading your new posts. Really appreciate your talent for combining wisdom with humour and I look forward to hearing from you again when you are ready.

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  278. Sylvia Brooke

    All my very best wishes for a speedy recovery Dr. Kendrick. Take good care of yourself. I am still battling the big C and it sure can take it out of you.

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  279. 186no

    Dear Dr K, may I and my “far better informed family since residing your bog and books”, wish you a speedy recovery.

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  280. Joyce Ford

    Thoughts and best wishes to you Malcolm. I first happened on your blog over SEVEN years ago, after a cardiac arrest at home(lucky survival eh?) then a battle with liver complications after a brief (thankfully) introduction to Atorvastatin! You taught me a lot, for which I am grateful, and I really enjoyed the good natured interaction of those days. Fight the good fight man, it’s there to be won. I beat mine Nineteen years ago, with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Good God, I must have had all my National Insurance Contributions returned, and more lol. X

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    1. jeresavo1

      Thatz interesting. My live enzymes were all over the place, bilirubin etc after 7 years on fizer’s lipitor. I was laughed at when relaying my symptoms to an administrator – sitting in with a cardiologist. That unprofessional response sent me in search of a rational / logical source of information. I happened across the good doctor who held my attention with his humour and empathy for the ordinary person in search of an answer, not motivated by the stock market rackets. After 4 years of questioning my alcohol consumption – which was not out of the ordinary – they diagnosed me with – induced by auto immune liver hepatitis. I stopped statins completely in 2016 and gradually felt much better. Three months ago my bloods wer within the accepted range for the condition even tho i am now “non compliant” for the A.I. meds for 4 months.
      The good doc has done his bit for humanity – please rest & recover.
      Jerome Savage

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  281. Jennifer Scott

    I join in with all your well-wishers who have posted encouraging messages this week. Now 6 months down the line, I have been ‘nursing’ my husband of 55years during his chemo/radiotherapy treatment, in preparation for major surgery. I bless the NHS for its incredible care and availability of ‘free at the point of need’.
    Such diagnoses certainly concentrate the mind, and I do hope that the support shown here, from those of us that you inspire, will help you and your family to manage the situation.

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  282. Angie

    You are a voice of reason in a world gone mad and will be sorely missed, but I suspect your efforts are what has impacted your health. I wish you a full and speedy recovery.

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  283. Greg

    I really enjoy your work and your willingness to stay objective to the facts even when there is so much pushback from those with other agendas. I hope the best for you to make a recovery soon!!

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  284. Nitram Egavas

    What can I possibly add that hasn’t already been said?
    As one who was brought up on Readers Digests in the waiting rooms of various GPs Practices and Dentist Surgeries, I always raced to the ‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’ section to pass the time.
    So, as you have succumbed to an old man’s illness it is perhaps appropriate to send you a poem which may, or may not, have appeared in the back issues.

    Old age is golden, I think I’ve heard said
    But sometimes I wonder as I crawl into bed
    My ears in a drawer, my teeth in a cup
    My eyes on the table until I wake up
    As sleep dims my vision, I say to myself
    Is there anything else I should lay on the shelf?
    When I was younger, my slippers were red
    I could kick up my heels right over my head
    When I was older my slippers were blue
    But still I could dance the whole night thru
    Now I am old, my slippers are black
    I huff to the store and I puff my way back
    But never you laugh, I don’t mind at all
    I’d rather be huffing than not puff at all
    I get up each morning and dust off my wits
    Open the paper and read the obits
    If I’m not there, I know I’m not dead
    So I eat a good breakfast and go back to bed

    I hope you have many hearty breakfasts to sustain you over the years ahead whilst you write your future blogs.
    Best wishes for your recovery, of course!

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  285. Marjorie

    Malcolm, sorry to hear of your illness. My husband had radiotherapy for prostate cancer in 2001 and recovered well. We are currently battling with Covid, not surprised you’re not feeling much like writing. Take care. Marjorie and Jon

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  286. billinoz

    We’ve had our disagreements on occasion. ( Usually over thhe way WordPress censors my comments ) But I do really hope that you recover fully from this disease. Get well Malcolm !

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  287. Edward Sordillo

    Dear Dr Kendrick, I wish a speedy recovery and look forward to you being back to full and robust health. You have been an inspiration and I have found you a terrific resource and a good comrade in the fight for the individual’s right to choose their health care strategies.
    Kindest regards,
    Edward Sordillo

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  288. Carol Blackburn

    Hi there Malcolm ~ Sorry to hear your news; follow your own advice and take good care of yourself. I miss your blogs, information and newsy updates – very informative and helpful. I am always passing on your details to others. Warm wishes ~ Carol

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  289. Donna Waldron

    So sorry to hear you have been unwell. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. I enjoy your articles.

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  290. David Bailey

    Malcolm, I wonder how many NHS staff meet you for the first time and ask, “Are you THE Dr. Malcolm Kendrick?”

    Please keep going – everyone here needs you!

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  291. Barry Seaton

    Sir Malc, Dr K
    I came to your blog with a question, but, another day.
    Please keep on singing Eric Idle’s Bright Side, gristle and all, echoing all your appreciative readers well wishes, energy and speedy recovery. dang. when it rains it pours. I propose a quick dose of the Two Ronnies “Four Candles”.
    I’m a Middlewich lad living in TN. combing the interweb about cholesterol several months ago after a basic lipid test, i bumped into your “black swans” blog and was intrigued. Con and Clot books later I am on a journey of long term targets for personal healthy heart, and hopefully everything else, needs. Thank goodness for the black swans, prof. Paul Rosch, and your Scottish tenacity.
    …. all the best, hoping you come through this unscathed, beaming like a Cheshire Cat

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  292. Douglas Berry

    You are such a wonderful voice of sanity. Thank you for what you do. My best wishes for your health.

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  293. Geoff Ormrod

    Really sorry to hear you are having problems. You have been a real beacon of hope during the last couple of that’s and I have really enjoyed your careful analysis of heart disease and the other topics n in your blog and books. Get well soon. Very best wishes Geoff

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  294. thecovidpilot

    My search engine results stopped for a few days and now are one tenth of what they were previously.

    Looks like I have been shadow-banned.

    I guess it’s nice to be noticed.

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  295. James

    Tsk Tsk…. who let their D levels plunge below the so-called “Recommended” range ? ?
    – Mine are way above, (50 to 150 nmol/L for AU) at 196 nmol/L (78ng) and SO FAR…. it’s kept me away from the Fauci Flu… T2DM, CHF, over-padded and even Rrong blood type… Not jabbed AND occasionally exposed…

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  296. Derek

    Get well we look forward to you getting back to health and continuing the work you do which is important. DC

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    1. Irene Wood

      Shaun Clark – good article on spike protein potential for causing amyloid production – thanks for posting.

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  297. Lynda Bignell

    Sorry to hear your news. Best wishes for a full recovery. My husband has prostate cancer whuch fortunately is under control and my nephew had to have his removed 12 years ago age 52 and is still going strong. Take special quiet time to heal yourself and I will look forward to read your insightful information in the future.

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  298. LOUIS SMITH

    Hi, Sorry to hear of the prostate problem. Apologies for the sermon but now is the time for Banting in overdrive. Please get better soon! Cant wait for you to start writing again.

    Fond regards, JL Smith

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  299. Yoram Oron

    Hope U bounce back soon and help us help ourselves with your excellent writing. Get well, stay well, and continue!

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  300. Johannes

    Dear Malcolm,
    Sorry to hear about your health issues.
    It is a known fact that men die of prostate cancer three time faster than woman die of breast cancer, yet the funds raised to fight breast cancer exceed that to fight prostrate cancer by orders of magnitude. I am a proud contributor to the Prostrate Cancer UK charity since my recover from BEP surgery 10 years ago. As one of 4 brothers, 2 have had cancer of the prostrate the eldest died from alcohol abuse, and I had BEP. It definitely runs in families.
    I bought all your books and enjoyed reading them. It increased my shallow font of knowledge about medical issue. Yet, I think your books need an additional postscript.
    If you are a male, it will be race between your heart and prostrate to see which packs up first, either one of them will kill you in the end.

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  301. Eggs ‘n beer

    Hope the Covid fog is clearing. I know several people frustrated by their inability to think and function normally. Not pleasant, especially if you’re having to make rational decisions on other health issues. Get well soon.

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  302. inklingscommunity

    Sending prayers for healing and strength. A day at a time, that’s enough. Your knowledge, wisdom and integrity have been an inspiration throughout these crazy times and I look forward to your future posts.

    peace and grace, Rev. Deb

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  303. Phil Griffiths

    Dear Malcolm,

    I would like to send best wishes for a speedy recovery from my household.

    Your insights and opinions have been greatly valued by us; starting with ‘Doctoring Data’ which helped hone our critical thinking abilities and allowed us to more effectively evidence what we were thinking – ‘something’s not quite right here and I can’t put my finger on it’.

    This came in particularly useful when my son was mis-diagnosed by his healthcare providers. He thereafter self-diagnosed after doing his own research, refused the GP’s offer of statins (he’s 30 and as strong as an ox) and proceeded to rapidly turn round his condition to avoid, for the most part, a permanent disability.

    You’ve been one of the voices of sanity we’ve been grateful for throughout the past couple of years in particular.

    Regards

    Phil Griffiths

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  304. John

    Just saw this and wanted to wish you well. Sorry to hear about the prostate cancer.

    Also, Covid at the same time must be tough! Right when you’re not at your strongest.

    Hoping for a speedy recovery.

    Your book “The Clot Thickens” made a huge impression on me – and is the best book I read in 2021. Thanks for all your hard work (and humor)!

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  305. Janice Willoughby

    Sending more wishes, from the U.S., that you Get Well Soon. Take all the rest you need, and please take comfort in the awareness of how much you have done for so many- thank you again.

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  306. Karen Morgan

    You have given me renewed hope; sincerely wish I could return the favor. I’m on my third read through of The Clot Thickens, the most helpful information I’ve read, and I stay up nights reading every pertinent medical journal article I can find. Husband had a Widowmaker STEMI on May 5, and I’m so glad I found your book. Thank you! Best wishes!

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  307. elizabethhart

    Malcolm, very sorry to hear about your health setback.
    Wishing you all the very best, hoping you find the most effective way to deal with this cancer.
    Sending positive thoughts your way…🌻

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  308. DEVLIN, Marian (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST)

    So sad to hear you are going through this. I really hope and pray you will be ok and pick up quickly. Sending lots of best wishes and lots of prayers. Kind regards Marian

    Marian Devlin (working a few hours a month) Dietitian marian.devlin2@nhs.net Nutrition & Dietetics Department UCLH 3rd Floor East 250 Euston Road London NW1 2PG 020-34479289 (to leave messages only) ________________________________

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  309. Brian Green

    Hi Malcolm,

    You just popped into my mind, so I wondered how you were doing? I presume that you are through your Covid infection, but that your prostate issues are ongoing? I wish you a speedy resolution, with few to no negative results from your treatment.

    Kind regards,

    Brian Green

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  310. Shaun Clark

    Malcolm, I trust you are OK pal, and hanging on in there. I for one most certainly do not doubt your stoic levels of resilience and your gumption, but alas we are all fallible, however, now that you have had (?) Covid is it time to write the book that you really, really want to write?

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  311. Martin Back

    It could have been so much worse… If you had got Covid and NOT been vaccinated, everyone would have pointed fingers at you and said, “You see, I told you so.”

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      1. A.D.

        Given that there is no…”covid”, what leads one to believe that he has it? The pcr test? (which is also fake).

        Anyway, the Did he or didn’t he? question is somewhat irrelevant, because the “vaccines” are merely some combination of saline, nanotech particles, and toxins.

        If the doctor is reality-sick from what’s being labeled as fake-covid, then it very likely is actually a reality-reaction to the toxins in the fake-vaccine.

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        1. thecovidpilot

          You are correct that mild covid is exceedingly difficult to diagnose.

          The working class skeptical view of the nobs’ intellectual games is a healthy thing, as long as it doesn’t take them down a dead-end path.

          My sister-in-law had the view that covid was a total scam, and she died of covid.

          Investigate further, but maintain your skepticism and cover your bases in case you’re wrong. Have a plan to treat covid at home in case you get it.

          We at my household think we got covid for the third time a couple of weeks ago and it was exceedingly mild and needed no treatment. No one even had fever, unlike the first couple of times where we treated.

          Once covid gets to the moderate stage, it is quite easy to diagnose. Skeptical views about covid not existing are unsustainable. But skeptical views about pcr and covid prevalence and about the narrative that early antiviral treatments like HCQ don’t work to cure covid are very sustainable.

          I’ll briefly mention an important study about early treatment. There was the Accinelli study of HCQ treatment where no one who was treated within 72 hours of symptom onset died, published Nov. 2021. There were some treated later than 72 hours who died. The Accinelli study shed important light on the early treatment window and the importance of treating covid with HCQ based on clinical suspicion of covid.

          Basically, all of the negative RCTs of treatment of covid with HCQ are of late treatment and may safely be ignored. The studies of early treatment are uniformly either positive or neutral (due to being underpowered), with trending towards benefit.

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          1. barovsky

            Hmmm… it’s just a disease, like any other comparable disease, why do we need all this breast-beating and endless, anal chatter about a virus? Yeah, I caught it too so what? I got sick and I recovered, end of story.

          2. thecovidpilot

            Comparable disease? Are most diseases man-made?

            Covid is deadlier for the elderly than flu. And it potentially causes myocarditis and cardiomyopathy in the young. Vaccines increase the covid risk, so that path is strewn with mines.

          3. Vicki

            Re thecovidpilot comment: Yes I have never taken C19 lightly – always bearing in mind that it was a product of gain-of-function development. I particularly recalled Dr. Kendrick’s comment about a few patients who unexpectedly collapsed in spite of benign symptoms – due to the cytokine reaction. Nonetheless, after the vaccines began to produce adverse reactions early in 2021, husband and I decided not to be vaccinated. We were also cognisant of the relatively benign overall mortality rate and the relationship to age and co-morbidities. We did a risk/benefit analysis. We then embarked on program of vitamins, supplements and exercise. Husband only recently contracted the virus – a very mild illness which I, in spite of close proximity, did not contract. We still maintain our health program and will continue to do so.

        2. Tom Morgan

          Sir,
          I’m curious if you would more background to the statement ‘Given that there is no…”covid” ‘. I’m curious as to how you ‘know’ that statement is true. Please give as many references as you can, so that I/we may evaluate for ourselves the accuracy of your statement.

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      2. MarciaT

        I’m fairly sure I remember that he said he did get vaccinated – he had to in order to keep taking care of his patients – even though he clearly didn’t want to. I’ve seen a couple of recent links online saying that studies show the unvaccinated fare much better with covid than the vaccinated. Sigh.

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          1. Mr Chris

            Dear Barovsky
            As I understand it, the vaccine is incorrectly named, it is more a prophylactic in much as is seems to mitigate against serious infection. Now I realise that such a reply from me will result in a pile on, bu5 I would really be interested in Malcolm’s reaction, is he dangerously ill or mildly, how does his treatment for prostate cancer interact etc etc?

          2. barovsky

            I can’t blame the doc for being less than forthcoming on the question of the Virus’ effect (or not) on him. About a year ago, I had to visit my local A&E dept and at the Triage desk, the nurse asked me if I’d been vaccinated against C19 and I replied, ‘no, why do you ask?’ to which she replied, ‘I’m not allowed to discuss it’.

          3. Joyce Ford

            Oh Malcolm! Can you remember a time when people were respectful, kind, considerate, patient and just plain NICE to each other? Thin on the ground these days. No respect for anyones right to an opinion, and everyone seems to have the answer to everything! If only! Sad. Be well. x

          4. Eggs ‘n beer

            Barovsky, MK made it clear that one reason for taking it was to be able to continue working with patients rather than that he believed in its immunity provision.

            Unfortunately millions of people were ‘induced’ to take the jab to be able to continue to earn money and suffered accordingly, my daughter amongst them. Whether MK’s cancer was a result of the jab (through spike protein interference with TLRs 3,4,7 and 8, and interferon production) will probably never be known.

          5. A.D.

            Barovsky: If the doctor really is sick, and not merely paid to pretend to be, it’s the….”vaccine”….that made him sick. Because it’s just a syringe of poison, and now he’s fighting-off the toxins.

            That and renaming the flu explains 100.000000% of the past 2.5 years.

          6. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Post author

            Dear A.D. Please calm your posts down. That are too aggressive and personally insulting. I am very happy for debate on facts. Passion is good. You may be correct on things you say. But I do try to promote civil discourse. I have not approved several of your posts.

          7. A.D.

            I appreciate the “please”.

            What have I said that required censoring?

            Also, do you have articles that explicate on “covid”, its “variants”, and the “vaccines” all being totally fake, and part of a massive psy-op? Kindly point me? Thank you.

          8. A.D.

            Why would it occur to me to search for back-articles that expose covid, its variants, and the associated vaccines as fake and fraudulent that were written by someone who claims to have gotten jabbed so therefore believes that covid, its variants, and the associated vaccines are real and legitimate?!

          9. JP Sand

            .

            Dear Dr. Kendrick, thank you for informing us of your recent prostate cancer diagnosis and covid infection. I must say, you have always appeared to be profoundly robust and rather invincible — which should serve you well on the road to a complete and speedy recovery.

            By chance, earlier this evening, I was reading a new peer-reviewed study about SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccinations and innate immune suppression, written by long-time cholesterol skeptic Dr. Stepahnie Seneff et al. I am linking to a PDF of the paper in the event that it may be of some interest and utility to you and your readers: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S027869152200206X

            “Innate Immune Suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccinations: The Role of G-Quadruplexes, Exosomes, and MicroRNAs”; Stephanie Seneff, Greg Nigh; Anthony M. Kyriakopoulos, Peter A.McCullough. Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 164, June 2022.

            HIGHLIGHTS
            • mRNA vaccines promote sustained synthesis of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.
            • The spike protein is neurotoxic, and it impairs DNA repair mechanisms.
            • Suppression of type I interferon responses results in impaired innate immunity.
            • The mRNA vaccines potentially cause increased risk to infectious diseases and cancer.
            • Codon optimization results in G-rich mRNA that has unpredictable complex effects.

            The authors analyzed 2021 USA data from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), for cancer in specific organs, namely, breasts, prostate, bladder, colon, brain, lungs, pancreas and ovaries. Total numbers of VAERS reports of these cancers are provided for COVID-19 vaccines and for all vaccines. Altogether, the authors tabulated 534 cases of cancer of specific organs linked to COVID-19 vaccines, representing 97.3% of all the cases for any vaccine in 2021.

            .

          10. Martin Back

            A nitpicking point…
            “…to mitigate serious infection” OR “… to militate against serious infection” BUT NOT “… to mitigate against serious infection”

  312. Marc Bakker

    Dear Sir,

    May I wish all the best particularly in overcoming this ‘old man’s disease’. Your comments, knowledge and independent points of view are way too important so don’t you even consider ‘passing to the other side’ yet! Although not medically (but University) trained I recognize your great value. Please continue your great work after regaining your health and strength! Go well.

    Marc Bakker,
    The Netherlands & Andalucia

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    1. A.D.

      The doctor is working very hard to sell “covid” as something real. Therefore he is Controlled Opposition.

      Look that up if you need to, and *really* study what it’s all about.

      And then beware who you trust…!!

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        1. A.D.

          Controlled by whom?

          I’m the revealer.

          Are you a paid agent, assigned here to quash Truth and inflict harm?!

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          1. Eggs ‘n beer

            thecovidpilot, possibly big pharma but more likely the NHS, as his illiteracy came through when he didn’t recognise my calling him a con, and a trolled commenter. Such an amateur, uneducated hire is typical of bureaucracies in my experience.

  313. tania Brassey

    My warm wishes for your recovery, we need you! I am also eager to know what your thoughts are on taking Inclisiran, prescribed for high cholesterol?

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      1. Andy

        Agreed. I have high cholestorel according to current belief. Two doctors 6,000 miles apart wanted to put me on statins and advised some diet changes. I refused the statins and did the exact opposite of their diet advice and guess what, my cholesterol level dropped.

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      2. Eggs ‘n beer

        More importantly those with high cholesterol who don’t care live a much happier and relaxed life than those continually fighting nature to lower theirs.

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  314. thecovidpilot

    I found this USDA article about magnesium from 1990…

    “Intensive crop production practices with fertilizers, improved plant cultivars, and best
    management practices are commonly used today. These intense cultural
    practices may mean an increasing frequency of Mg deficiencies as well
    as the need for knowledge on economically sound practices to prevent
    such deficiencies.

    Plants are an important source of Mg to satisfy human and ani-
    mal requirements, and factors affecting Mg bioavailability need to
    be identified. The objective of this chapter is to assess the im-
    portance, distribution, function, and utilization of Mg in plant
    growth and metabolism and in grazing ruminant animal production and
    human health.”

    Click to access 705.pdf

    This paper also looked helpful, recommending continual dosing with low levels of magnesium throughout the day over one larger bolus. Maybe dissolve a magnesium tab in your spring or distilled water?

    https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ben/cnf/2017/00000013/00000004/art00007

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  315. Daniela Guazzini

    Controlled opposotion, our Dr Kendrick??!! I’m gobsmacked….no …wait a minute,I think you;re a controlled knobhead, how’s that?

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  316. Janette

    Dearest doc, thank you for all you’ve done to highlight other ways to view the world of medicine. May your recovery be speedy and your wit and humour stay good side companions. Thank you again!

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  317. travelwriter73

    Good luck with your treatment and hope you feel better soon. Ive learned so much about the process of Covid from your posts. I do hope you continue as its a source of light in what has been some dark times.

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  318. thecovidpilot

    There was an increase of 770% respiratory disease mortality in the US in 2020 over 2019 and AD thinks that covid doesn’t exist.

    Such delusions simply are unsustainable. It’s far more likely that AD is a troll paid by SPI-B to discredit anti-vaxxers.

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  319. thecovidpilot

    Dr. Kendrick was one of the first bloggers questioning the official narrative whom I started reading a couple of years ago. He and his commenters have useful things to say. Dr. Kendrick has a light hand as long as you don’t abuse another commenter.

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  320. Phillip Simpson

    Dear Dr Kendrick, so sorry to hear of your health issues. Wishing you a speedy recovery and return to good health. I will always be grateful for your books, blogs, interviews etc on cholesterol,covid,cvd etc which i discovered on retiring 5 yrs ago and my GP wanted to get me on statins. No thanks! I’m half way through The Clot Thickens, and look forward to reading you again soon. Thoughts, love & prayers to you.

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  321. LADStent

    Sorry to hear about your run of bad luck. Speedy recovery from us all. You are a champion of common sense in the medical profession that we patients in the NHS need to read.

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  322. Eric

    I was shocked to read this and wish you all the best, a clear head and that you will be taking the decisions that are right for you!

    I also commend your courage to write about the diagnosis and the imminent treatment. When you feel better, would you like to share more?

    When my father was diagnosed a few years ago, I looked into this field and got the impression that there are few thing in this field that can pass as proven by evidence, beginning with screening but also on what to do with the results, i.e. if and how to treat.

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  323. thecovidpilot

    A woman was taking 50,000 units of D3 per week and still had severe hypovitaminosis D.

    “Calcifediol Rather Than Cholecalciferol for a Patient Submitted to Malabsortive Bariatric Surgery: A Case Report”

    “The patient described herein reflects the complexity of hypovitaminosis D management after malabsorptive bariatric surgery. Indeed, despite the use of generous weekly doses of cholecalciferol, she presented with undetectable serum levels of 25(OH)D and a clinical picture characterized by hypocalcemia, muscle weakness, back pain, and osteomalacia, complicated by atraumatic fractures.”

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5686642/

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  324. 197liz

    I found it hard work facing into this disease as a practitioner, my blog attached. But many many things outside the NHS helped.
    The Penny Brohn Centre and Yes to Life being really good starting points.
    Take the time you need to focus inward. I look forward to your posts once you are back on track.

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  325. Don

    I’m sure at this point all has been said, but I add my voice to those saddened by your illness, and wish you a most speedy and full recovery. Yours is a brave voice that I am glad I have heard.

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