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beaming super galactic healing rays of positive light and energy your way!
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me too.

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Good Morning FW!
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Good Morning FW!
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Good morning :)

Doing well.

No Chemo sickness yet......

May have a couple good days left. I can smile and hope for now. They gave me two types of Nausea medications so I'm well prepared.

I wished I had a way to upload my CT image so ya'll could see the size of the tumor. It goes from the front of my stomach back to my spine.

It's on a cd rom....not sure how to convert it to youtube.

I'ts pretty impressive. Any tech geeks out there can assist with it?
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Here is a case study of lymphoma patient that had chemo and the tumors were still there. So he went with salvestrols and guess what??!!

Case #6. Stage 3 B Hodgkinís lymphoma
A 66-year-old man was admitted to hospital for quadruple by-pass surgery. After surgery the surgeon mentioned that he noticed abnormalities in the lymph nodes that he encountered during the procedure and referred him to a cancer specialist for follow up. Examination revealed a variety of tumours in lymph nodes in his neck, chest, abdomen and groin. Some of these tumours were approaching 3 cm in diameter. The patient had suffered significant weight loss, loss of appetite and experienced pain in the area of his neck, stomach and groin. The pain was significant with the patient taking between 16 and 20 Tylenol® 3 tablets per day for pain control. An endoscopic examination was used to obtain material for biopsy. A diagnosis of stage 3 Hodgkinís Lymphoma was made. The patient was advised that his physicians felt that he had one to two years left before the disease would end his life.

One month later a course of chemotherapy was administered and maintained for six months (In British Columbia, Doxorubicin, Bleomycin, Vinblastine, and Dacarbazine is the standard chemotherapy).15 No radiation therapy was given. This individual found the chemotherapy very difficult to tolerate. After six months the chemotherapy was completed. A positron emission tomography scan revealed a lesion on his pancreas that proved to be benign. The imaging also revealed that of the original tumours those in his neck, abdomen and groin still remained with those in his neck and abdomen showing signs of continued growth during the course of chemotherapy. No further treatment was provided.

One month following the end of his chemotherapy this gentleman began taking a course of Salvestrol Platinum. This comprised four Salvestrol Platinum (1,000 point) capsules, with two capsules taken in the morning and two capsules taken in the evening (4,000 points per day). This level of Salvestrol supplementation was carried out for thirty eight days (two bottles of 75 capsules each were used). There was no other concurrent treatment, no dietary changes were made and no additional supplements were used. His appetite returned to normal quite quickly after starting to take Salvestrols and he began to regain the weight that he had lost.

Concurrent with completion of his course of Salvestrols a follow up visit with his oncologist revealed that the tumours that had remained after his chemotherapy were gone. The oncologist told him that he was in remission. This gentleman has been followed up at intervals of three months, three times and each visit has confirmed that he is cancer free. He has not continued taking Salvestrols due to financial constraints brought on by the long-term nature of his medical condition. He attributes his remission to his use of Salvestrols and intends to continue taking Salvestrols as soon as his financial situation improves. In the interim friends have stepped in to provide him with a continual supply of Salvestrols.
[link to www.salvestrolen.nl]
 Quoting: calin


Proof is not in words.
Words are cheap.
Ergo, case studies consisting of words without corroborating evidence are not proof irrespective of how many scientific words are used.

Try to show some real proof of them working and then you'd be justified in posting that advice in this guy's thread.
You, along with all of the other posters promoting natural "cures" all fall down when asked for one simple thing.
Undeniable and irrefutable proof.

To the OP, keep strong.
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Here is a case study of lymphoma patient that had chemo and the tumors were still there. So he went with salvestrols and guess what??!!

Case #6. Stage 3 B Hodgkinís lymphoma
A 66-year-old man was admitted to hospital for quadruple by-pass surgery. After surgery the surgeon mentioned that he noticed abnormalities in the lymph nodes that he encountered during the procedure and referred him to a cancer specialist for follow up. Examination revealed a variety of tumours in lymph nodes in his neck, chest, abdomen and groin. Some of these tumours were approaching 3 cm in diameter. The patient had suffered significant weight loss, loss of appetite and experienced pain in the area of his neck, stomach and groin. The pain was significant with the patient taking between 16 and 20 Tylenol® 3 tablets per day for pain control. An endoscopic examination was used to obtain material for biopsy. A diagnosis of stage 3 Hodgkinís Lymphoma was made. The patient was advised that his physicians felt that he had one to two years left before the disease would end his life.

One month later a course of chemotherapy was administered and maintained for six months (In British Columbia, Doxorubicin, Bleomycin, Vinblastine, and Dacarbazine is the standard chemotherapy).15 No radiation therapy was given. This individual found the chemotherapy very difficult to tolerate. After six months the chemotherapy was completed. A positron emission tomography scan revealed a lesion on his pancreas that proved to be benign. The imaging also revealed that of the original tumours those in his neck, abdomen and groin still remained with those in his neck and abdomen showing signs of continued growth during the course of chemotherapy. No further treatment was provided.

One month following the end of his chemotherapy this gentleman began taking a course of Salvestrol Platinum. This comprised four Salvestrol Platinum (1,000 point) capsules, with two capsules taken in the morning and two capsules taken in the evening (4,000 points per day). This level of Salvestrol supplementation was carried out for thirty eight days (two bottles of 75 capsules each were used). There was no other concurrent treatment, no dietary changes were made and no additional supplements were used. His appetite returned to normal quite quickly after starting to take Salvestrols and he began to regain the weight that he had lost.

Concurrent with completion of his course of Salvestrols a follow up visit with his oncologist revealed that the tumours that had remained after his chemotherapy were gone. The oncologist told him that he was in remission. This gentleman has been followed up at intervals of three months, three times and each visit has confirmed that he is cancer free. He has not continued taking Salvestrols due to financial constraints brought on by the long-term nature of his medical condition. He attributes his remission to his use of Salvestrols and intends to continue taking Salvestrols as soon as his financial situation improves. In the interim friends have stepped in to provide him with a continual supply of Salvestrols.
[link to www.salvestrolen.nl]
 Quoting: calin


Proof is not in words.
Words are cheap.
Ergo, case studies consisting of words without corroborating evidence are not proof irrespective of how many scientific words are used.

Try to show some real proof of them working and then you'd be justified in posting that advice in this guy's thread.
You, along with all of the other posters promoting natural "cures" all fall down when asked for one simple thing.
Undeniable and irrefutable proof.

To the OP, keep strong.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38489388



Wow... here we go again with you. Keep it up.. you can get banned everyday I guess until you run out of IPs.

You don't accept irrefutable proof. You like big pharma kinds of proof where a drug must show 50% fail rates before approvals. No drug will get approved if it is 100 proof of working and you know it.

There are NO clinical trials for natural substances due to the fact pharmas can't make money off natural fruits, herbs and veggies. You know that as well, but you keep this harassment up.

I suggest you start your own thread and talk about all the good PROVEN benefits of chemo, GMOS and such. See how far you get! Stop your one or two liners you use to insult GLPers and poke jabs at natural remedies and health benefits.... It gives the impression you are a promoter of pharma. I think that is called a shill.

Sorry FW.

Glad you are not reacting negatively to the chemo yet. I understand from oncologists that it may take another time or two.

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Stopping in to add my good thoughts today, glad you are home! hf sun
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im sure someone mentioned it already, but do your baking soda regiment---it will work wonders!
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So it IS you running to the mods to ban the nasty little man who speaks sense eh?
Grow up idiot.

I'll accept irrefutable proof when you show me some.
That's how I am. I'll happily change what I know based upon that but as yet there's still none from you.
Always dodging the issue.

If there are no clinical trials on so-called natural substances how come you been posting links to the ones done on salvestrols in your other thread.
That's the thing about kooks like you, you change your stories like the wind.


And isn't it strange the way I don't give advice on here regarding which treatments to go for. Not once have I done that nor will I ever do it.
That's because I don't promote anything.
Unlike you and your ilk.
I do however challenge kooks like yourself to put your proof where your rhetoric is.
And as yet, no proof. What a surprise.

Thankfully (and it's clear the avenue you're going down here, and it's not a particularly pleasant one) I don't have cancer but I've known people who have. Fortunately quite a few have made it through it but some haven't.
I've never seen ANYONE make it through taking natural "cures" though.
Not one. Ever.
The facts that kooks like you regard such an horrific and convoluted disease like cancer so glibly and suggest it can be cured so easily shows the total disregard you show to fellow humans.
People like you are scum.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38489388


I don't run to mods. If you had hung out here long enough instead of your recent activity of one liners of harassing people who have open minds enough to seek outside conventional methods (vaccines, big pharma, etc) and use natural means to feel better, you would know that paid members have abilities to remove posts and ban. The mods ban on their own when they see a pattern or abuses here.

Stop stalking and allow people on GLP to have free discussion without your insulting rants about taking natural foods and products killing them.

I have never advised anyone... let alone NOT to take chemo. My sister had chemo and I never advised her not to. It was her very very personal decision. The chemo and radiation did nothing but destroy her immune system and make her weak, sicker and frailer until she couldn't take it anymore and stopped.

Yes, chemo has helped people, but at what odds? Site the odds of recovering from chemo for us here please.

People should have options. ~If you don't know your options, you don't have any~

If you have a beef with the people who have years and years of experience in cancer research and provided PROVEN, TESTED and APPROVED government products with less evasive cancer killers such as Prof Potter has, then take it up with them. Your battle is not with me or anyone here at GLP.

Go and start your own thread about drugs, vaccines and GMOs and stop stalking and disrupting GLP member's threads. You can clearly see that Fatal Wishes is interested in natural things to complement the prescribed cancer treatment protocol from doctors.

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Bump for support for OP
everything in its right place
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So it IS you running to the mods to ban the nasty little man who speaks sense eh?
Grow up idiot.

I'll accept irrefutable proof when you show me some.
That's how I am. I'll happily change what I know based upon that but as yet there's still none from you.
Always dodging the issue.

If there are no clinical trials on so-called natural substances how come you been posting links to the ones done on salvestrols in your other thread.
That's the thing about kooks like you, you change your stories like the wind.


And isn't it strange the way I don't give advice on here regarding which treatments to go for. Not once have I done that nor will I ever do it.
That's because I don't promote anything.
Unlike you and your ilk.
I do however challenge kooks like yourself to put your proof where your rhetoric is.
And as yet, no proof. What a surprise.

Thankfully (and it's clear the avenue you're going down here, and it's not a particularly pleasant one) I don't have cancer but I've known people who have. Fortunately quite a few have made it through it but some haven't.
I've never seen ANYONE make it through taking natural "cures" though.
Not one. Ever.
The facts that kooks like you regard such an horrific and convoluted disease like cancer so glibly and suggest it can be cured so easily shows the total disregard you show to fellow humans.
People like you are scum.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38489388


I don't run to mods. If you had hung out here long enough instead of your recent activity of one liners of harassing people who have open minds enough to seek outside conventional methods (vaccines, big pharma, etc) and use natural means to feel better, you would know that paid members have abilities to remove posts and ban. The mods ban on their own when they see a pattern or abuses here.

Stop stalking and allow people on GLP to have free discussion without your insulting rants about taking natural foods and products killing them.

I have never advised anyone... let alone NOT to take chemo. My sister had chemo and I never advised her not to. It was her very very personal decision. The chemo and radiation did nothing but destroy her immune system and make her weak, sicker and frailer until she couldn't take it anymore and stopped.

Yes, chemo has helped people, but at what odds? Site the odds of recovering from chemo for us here please.

People should have options. ~If you don't know your options, you don't have any~

If you have a beef with the people who have years and years of experience in cancer research and provided PROVEN, TESTED and APPROVED government products with less evasive cancer killers such as Prof Potter has, then take it up with them. Your battle is not with me or anyone here at GLP.

Go and start your own thread about drugs, vaccines and GMOs and stop stalking and disrupting GLP member's threads. You can clearly see that Fatal Wishes is interested in natural things to complement the prescribed cancer protocol from doctors.
 Quoting: calin


Two points on the line in bold.
Free discussion allows points from both sides of an argument. Do you agree?
Free discussion is not deleting posts because they don't agree with you. Do you agree?
Secondly, show me where I've said that products will kill people?
What I've said that the "cures" that people are posting will not help people. What WILL happen though is that it will waste their time. And time is something cancer sufferers do not have.
The earlier a cancer is found, the more successful the treatment will be.
The longer treatment is delayed, the harder it will be.
So delaying treatment which has been tried and tested for one that is promoted via Youtube videos can't be good can it?
You ask for me to cite the odds of "recovering" from chaemo. Ask childhood leukaemia survivors about that. There are more and more of them around these days. Although a quick search around can provide you with figures.
However, I'll turn that question back to you. Site the odds of curing cancer from salvestrols.
Go on.
Oh, you can't can you since they're not regulated and are therefore not subject to scrutiny of any kind. How convenient.

And you've never advised anyone? Really?
"Do you know where we can pick this supplement up, and how much to take?

My daughter, 16 years old, has cancer. We don't know yet if it has spread or not, we will find out within a couple of weeks after she has more tests done. They think they removed it all during surgery back in January. I just would like to give her this, so long as it is safe for her, as a preventative measure. Thanks so much for posting this. We lost my mother-in-law back in October to gall bladder/liver cancer. She never smoked, drank, or did any drugs, prescription or non, all of her life. Ate mostly a clean and healthy diet. So, of course my poor daughter, as are we, is scared right now. She watched cancer ravish her grandmother's body while having cancer herself. :(
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So sorry.... geez! :(

I think she has a good chance with this for a supplement to keep the bad cells at bay. Keep me posted... ok?"


Looks like you're advising someone there doesn't it?
And a kid as well....

I'm well aware what the OP is after.
There are two things wrong with what you and the other kooks are posting though...
Firstly, you're telling him that these things work with no evidence whatsoever to back it up.
Secondly this gives a person false hope. That's bad. Very bad.

Oh, I'm still awaiting your proof though.
Sure if the great and wonderful Professor Potter is behind this he should be able to provide some shouldn't he.
If you're close to him, ask him to provide sufficient evidence of succes to convince a very experienced medical professional and then maybe, just maybe I'll listen.
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I hope you overcome this, OP.

As long as you think in an optimistic mind-frame that's half the battle won.

I hope that you have physical human support around you. I'll be sending my support and best wishes to you, and your family.

Keep your head up. Life tests us pretty seriously sometimes, but we're stronger than those tests.
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all the best FW , keep up the good fight , I know what you're going through , get well hf
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You'd better get well, hun. I have to have somebody to play with on this damn site sometimes. hf
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Wishing you a calm and peaceful day, o.p.! This is the first time I have been logged in, but have been here several times since the beginning of your post as an A.C.

Sending positive and beautiful thoughts your way♥♥♥
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All that gobbelly-gook was supposed to be hearts...guess phone doesn't transfer correctly :0)
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Doing good this morning

Started getting sick last night, but with two types of of nausea meds we beat it back.


I wrote this last night.....

This may sound weird but things really didnít sink in until today.

The last couple of weeks have been a blur. I went from looking like a drained vampire to having ulcers to having a CT scan that just blew everybody away. I spent the previous week before going into the hospital with the worse back pain I could not even explain to the doctors, and a feeling in my stomach like somebody had set off a grenade. I canít count the lost nights of sleep and the number of times I wretched into a toilet willing to sell my soul if I could just not puke one more time at home. Who the hell would have thought I had cancer?? That happens to other people. In the hospital I couldnít even lay in a bed the first three days. All I could do was pace to escape this pain. Pacing was the only option. Exhaustion would not even let me collapse because of the pain. Even then it wasnít real. Itís like it was happening to somebody else. I remember my first sleep after 3 nights, in a chair with the hospital keyboard tray pressed against my head so I wouldnít fall out of the chair. It wasnít real then.

Iíve been home a couple days reflecting on everything and with all that happened, I just realized today itís me that has cancer and itís real. And of all the stupid things that make it real is this ďpower portĒ implant I have in my chest where they will be dosing my Chemo through.

This morning I woke up in my own bed thinking I had been through this dream only to feel this thing in my chest and it made it all real. Now how could I go through all this and just now realize itís real? Maybe the same way I had this thing growing in my belly growing the last three months and not even knowing itís there.

With all the doctors, nurses, visitors, time spent in the hospitalÖÖI know I may sound weird saying itÖBut it became real today.

Of all the things its the Power Port. As long as itís there, itís real.

Now itís time to take the 6 different medsÖÖlike those donít make it real? Staring at the CT scan didnít make it real? I mean that could be somebody elseís huh??? Itís got my name on itÖ..I know itís me but it didnít make it real. Being in the hospital didnít make it real? I just thought I was having complications from the ulcers.

Thatís all it was. it wasnít dual issues, it wasnít something weirdÖ..It was just complications. The whiter I got, the paler I was, the weaker I got it was just complications from the ulcers.

But no. Today I reflected and this power port and I are going be a team and I canít wait to break the relationship. It wonít make it any less real to get rid of it, but it will be my key to freedom and the final nail in this chapter of my life. Iím going to beat this thing and burn the port with a smile. When itís gone, then we are done.

I feel weird thinking about it, but I guess everybody needs something to make it real. For me itís the port.
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Sounds completely sane. I sense a strong determination and that is awesome! That attitude will get you through this...positive, strong energy being sent your way!!!
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Doing good this morning

Started getting sick last night, but with two types of of nausea meds we beat it back.


I wrote this last night.....

This may sound weird but things really didnít sink in until today.

The last couple of weeks have been a blur. I went from looking like a drained vampire to having ulcers to having a CT scan that just blew everybody away. I spent the previous week before going into the hospital with the worse back pain I could not even explain to the doctors, and a feeling in my stomach like somebody had set off a grenade. I canít count the lost nights of sleep and the number of times I wretched into a toilet willing to sell my soul if I could just not puke one more time at home. Who the hell would have thought I had cancer?? That happens to other people. In the hospital I couldnít even lay in a bed the first three days. All I could do was pace to escape this pain. Pacing was the only option. Exhaustion would not even let me collapse because of the pain. Even then it wasnít real. Itís like it was happening to somebody else. I remember my first sleep after 3 nights, in a chair with the hospital keyboard tray pressed against my head so I wouldnít fall out of the chair. It wasnít real then.

Iíve been home a couple days reflecting on everything and with all that happened, I just realized today itís me that has cancer and itís real. And of all the stupid things that make it real is this ďpower portĒ implant I have in my chest where they will be dosing my Chemo through.

This morning I woke up in my own bed thinking I had been through this dream only to feel this thing in my chest and it made it all real. Now how could I go through all this and just now realize itís real? Maybe the same way I had this thing growing in my belly growing the last three months and not even knowing itís there.

With all the doctors, nurses, visitors, time spent in the hospitalÖÖI know I may sound weird saying itÖBut it became real today.

Of all the things its the Power Port. As long as itís there, itís real.

Now itís time to take the 6 different medsÖÖlike those donít make it real? Staring at the CT scan didnít make it real? I mean that could be somebody elseís huh??? Itís got my name on itÖ..I know itís me but it didnít make it real. Being in the hospital didnít make it real? I just thought I was having complications from the ulcers.

Thatís all it was. it wasnít dual issues, it wasnít something weirdÖ..It was just complications. The whiter I got, the paler I was, the weaker I got it was just complications from the ulcers.

But no. Today I reflected and this power port and I are going be a team and I canít wait to break the relationship. It wonít make it any less real to get rid of it, but it will be my key to freedom and the final nail in this chapter of my life. Iím going to beat this thing and burn the port with a smile. When itís gone, then we are done.

I feel weird thinking about it, but I guess everybody needs something to make it real. For me itís the port.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


I went through similar thoughts and the different stages with my brother. Just tell yourself that you are one of the ones who beats this damn disease and do it!

Stay strong OP hfhfhf

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Today I reflected and this power port and I are going be a team and I canít wait to break the relationship. It wonít make it any less real to get rid of it, but it will be my key to freedom and the final nail in this chapter of my life. Iím going to beat this thing and burn the port with a smile. When itís gone, then we are done.

I love it - there you go - you've already overcome half the battle.

Your strong positive spirit will carry you the rest of the way. All best thoughts your way!


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The OP needs help. not hindrance.
I know a hell of a lot about Kelley.
He's a very distrustful man and his "anti-cancer sandwich" is really as ludicrous as it sounds.


Again, to the OP, it's a cliche but it's always darkest before the dawn.
I've seen countless people go through what you have so you're not alone.
Cancer's a bastard of a disease so it needs some pretty heavy artillery to destroy it.

Keep strong and as positive as you can.
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Doing good this morning

Started getting sick last night, but with two types of of nausea meds we beat it back.


I wrote this last night.....

This may sound weird but things really didnít sink in until today.

The last couple of weeks have been a blur. I went from looking like a drained vampire to having ulcers to having a CT scan that just blew everybody away. I spent the previous week before going into the hospital with the worse back pain I could not even explain to the doctors, and a feeling in my stomach like somebody had set off a grenade. I canít count the lost nights of sleep and the number of times I wretched into a toilet willing to sell my soul if I could just not puke one more time at home. Who the hell would have thought I had cancer?? That happens to other people. In the hospital I couldnít even lay in a bed the first three days. All I could do was pace to escape this pain. Pacing was the only option. Exhaustion would not even let me collapse because of the pain. Even then it wasnít real. Itís like it was happening to somebody else. I remember my first sleep after 3 nights, in a chair with the hospital keyboard tray pressed against my head so I wouldnít fall out of the chair. It wasnít real then.

Iíve been home a couple days reflecting on everything and with all that happened, I just realized today itís me that has cancer and itís real. And of all the stupid things that make it real is this ďpower portĒ implant I have in my chest where they will be dosing my Chemo through.

This morning I woke up in my own bed thinking I had been through this dream only to feel this thing in my chest and it made it all real. Now how could I go through all this and just now realize itís real? Maybe the same way I had this thing growing in my belly growing the last three months and not even knowing itís there.

With all the doctors, nurses, visitors, time spent in the hospitalÖÖI know I may sound weird saying itÖBut it became real today.

Of all the things its the Power Port. As long as itís there, itís real.

Now itís time to take the 6 different medsÖÖlike those donít make it real? Staring at the CT scan didnít make it real? I mean that could be somebody elseís huh??? Itís got my name on itÖ..I know itís me but it didnít make it real. Being in the hospital didnít make it real? I just thought I was having complications from the ulcers.

Thatís all it was. it wasnít dual issues, it wasnít something weirdÖ..It was just complications. The whiter I got, the paler I was, the weaker I got it was just complications from the ulcers.

But no. Today I reflected and this power port and I are going be a team and I canít wait to break the relationship. It wonít make it any less real to get rid of it, but it will be my key to freedom and the final nail in this chapter of my life. Iím going to beat this thing and burn the port with a smile. When itís gone, then we are done.

I feel weird thinking about it, but I guess everybody needs something to make it real. For me itís the port.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


You've been through so much in such a short period of time, wow. I can't even imagine what it must have been like in the past week or two for you. Hope you are feeling ok today, we're thinking of you, OP. Keep strong, and keep that fighting spirit. hf
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Let this be your mantra: I am in control! Keep repeating it to yourself. It works for a lot of people. Peace to you.
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The OP needs help. not hindrance.
I know a hell of a lot about Kelley.
He's a very distrustful man and his "anti-cancer sandwich" is really as ludicrous as it sounds.


Again, to the OP, it's a cliche but it's always darkest before the dawn.
I've seen countless people go through what you have so you're not alone.
Cancer's a bastard of a disease so it needs some pretty heavy artillery to destroy it.

Keep strong and as positive as you can.
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I know it is a strong disease........and I just came across that article and thought I'd share it just in case someone wanted to try it. It's really not your place to tell others what to post.

I personally know 3 people that their cancer disappeared after going on a strict diet.

One of those people was my father, the other was a close friend of my father, and the other was a man that I met about 8 years ago that came out to my house to test for mold.

My father and his friend went on a strict macrobiotic diet. The friend was sent home from the hospital to die, they could do nothing for him, the cancer had spread throughout his entire body. They set up a hospital bed in the living room for him and just waited. He went on the diet and lived.

My father went on the diet and lived, cancer gone. After seeing what the diet did for his friend, he didn't hesitate when he came down with lymphoma.

The mold testing man went on a diet prescribed by Ruth Sackman. His tumor shrunk until it disappeared.He had an inoperable tumor on his thigh, they couldn't operate on it and he couldn't even wear pants. He went on ruth sackmans diet and the tumor started to shrink and eventually went away completely and never returned.

[link to www.rethinkingcancer.org]
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YES FRIEND, you're going to beat this thing and burn the port with a smile.

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