And the components in urine do NOT attack the mutated cells. It could have been that the doctor told her to drink her urine because she'd be unable to eat for those days, and drinking urine might have enabled her to retain vitamins and minerals she'd not be replenishing via food; water would not do this when not eating.
Other substances being sodium chloride and urea along with many other components.
Urine is considered as a waste product as urea is the metabolic end product of proteins and urea is not needed in the body so the system throws out in the form of urine. Excess sodium chloride and water is also thrown out of the system.
If these waste products and excess of unwanted subttances fail to get out of the system there are serious disorders and will require medical attention.
I don't see any of those as being listed as medications that can be used in place of chemotherapy.
Everything in urine is basically everything that the body cannot use or no longer needs in the body. It is the end result of processes the organs go through. It is not some miracle cure. It may help someone on a psychological level, or it may have a few benefits when applied topically. But there is nothing in urine that specifically attacks cells or organisms within the body that cause serious illnesses and diseases which need actual treatment to be taken care of. Not even all illnesses can be treated with modern medicine, and these are diseases that have been studied and researched for decades!
This is kind of like people who say that Cold FX prevents them from getting colds or shortens their colds, despite the product actually having NO effect on the body. The changes they believe to be seeing are all from them wanting to see positive benefits. It can also be due to selective memory, meaning they will choose to not remember that they are actually catching colds at the same rate as they always have or that they've had short-lived colds even when not taking Cold FX.
What you said about cold fx isn't true at all. It contains zinc, which has been clinically proven to shorten the length of colds. So the product actually does have an effect on the body.