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I have cancer

 
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Added with prayer listen to this it was posted last week


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Fingers crossed for you.

(Take absolutely no notice of the quack "cures" posted on here. Not one of them works at all.)
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So sorry to hear man. Glad it is "the good kind that can be cured". Prayer said.

Check out this as an alternative/addition to what your doctors are doing. [link to www.naturalnews.com]
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I take b17 daily, must not be the same thing in the seeds?
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I will keep u in my prayers Keep us updated on your recovery, Your brother in Christ Saint43
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OP: so sorry you have this. Are you still in hospital. Makes it easier to do home remedies if you are at home. Please start on the home remedies immediately. I have this link for you to start with. Check the tabs on the right side for Cancer & the protocol to use.

[link to www.genesis2church.org]

and here is where you can purchase the product.
[link to www.buymms.biz]

The man who is behind this treatment is called Jim Humble & it's a wonderful story as to how this all got going. He was
targeted in the US & had to leave, because he was curing people. Check it out.
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Apparently weed shrinks tumours.

Best of luck buddy. Hopefully they can shrink this one and get it taken out.

You'll be grand :)
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I did research for several friends and found two possible cures that the drug industry has no interest in because the patents have expired and cannot be profited from.

One is Mebendazole/Cimetidine and the other is DCA (Dichloroacetic acid). Both are relatively harmless. I would read all you can from the links I have below. There is a lot of good information in here.

Both of these have been used for many years without injury. I would definitely try this because I would even consider Chemo. Mebendazole was recently ceased being manufactured in the US so you have to get that outside the US.

If anyone tries please report your feedback.

Best of luck beating it!


Mebendazole/Cimetidine:

Antiparasitic mebendazole shows survival benefit in 2 preclinical models of glioblastoma multiforme 2010 (brain cancer)
[link to neuro-oncology.oxfordjournals.org]

Development of the Anti-Parasitic Drug Mebendazole for High Grade Glioma Therapy (John Hopkins) Sept - 2011
[link to www.mc.vanderbilt.edu]

NYU researchers demonstrate activity of mebendazole in metastatic melanoma 2008
[link to cancerfocus.org]

Mebendazole monotherapy and long-term disease control in metastatic adrenocortical carcinoma. 2011
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

Mebendazole inhibits growth of human adrenocortical carcinoma cell lines implanted in nude mice. 2007
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

The Anthelmintic Drug Mebendazole Induces Mitotic Arrest and Apoptosis by Depolymerizing Tubulin in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cells 2002
[link to mct.aacrjournals.org]

Investigation of potential antineoplastic activity of the anthelmintic drug mebendazole 2008
[link to www.genego.com]

Mebendazole Induces Apoptosis via Bcl-2 Inactivation in Chemoresistant Melanoma Cells 2008
[link to mcr.aacrjournals.org]

Mebendazole Elicits a Potent Antitumor Effect on Human Cancer Cell Lines Both in Vitro and in Vivo1 2002
[link to clincancerres.aacrjournals.org]

breast cancer, cimetidine and mebendazole 2008
[link to cancerfighter.wordpress.com]

Is Cimetidine (Tagamet) a Better Cure for Cancer?
[link to www.second-opinions.co.uk]

Information on combining does of Mebendazole and Cimetidine
Cimetidine increases serum mebendazole concentrations. Implications for treatment of hepatic hydatid cysts.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

Does Mebendazole Interact With Any Nutritional Supplements?
[link to www.livestrong.com]

Mebendazole - What big pharma doesn't want you to know 2011
[link to www.viewzone.com]


DCA:
Home Page:
[link to www.thedcasite.com]
This site is well made and has most of the information regarding this.

Brief mention of both Therapies at the same time:
[link to www.thedcasite.com]
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


You are in my thoughts.

I couldn't imagine getting any kind of cancer. I really hope you get well soon. Have you considered trying cannabis oil to help cure the cancer? Lately, I've heard of several people having great luck with it, including some teenage girl having a brain tumor, and she refused chemo and instead, used cannabis oil. The tumor shrunk and is almost completely gone now.

Some people may not believe in it, but I do, and it's probably a lot better for you than chemo, that stuff will kill you all on its own.

Good luck and keep us informed!

hf
 Quoting: D4RKST4R



I hope that teenage girl is doing well. I cannot imagine a child dealing with this.

After I get better I may volunteer at a childrens hospital and help the cancer kids.

Bless their hearts, it has to be so hard for them.
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Apparently weed shrinks tumours.

Best of luck buddy. Hopefully they can shrink this one and get it taken out.

You'll be grand :)
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Maybe I'll get transferred to Colorado and get some medicinal grass.......
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Prayers to you OP

A relative of mine has liver cancer, doctor told him nothing they could do. I've been giving him B17 and later together with DCA. The tumor size shrunk to about half of its original size since last June. Also yes baking soda as well.

Careful with the pharma meds, make sure you ask all the questions you can think of. His doctor told him basically even the latest and greatest pharma products hurt your body, sometimes even more than the tumor. while nuts and vinegar have none of those negative effects.

Be strong, mood is so important too. You can beat it

hfhf
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So sorry to hear this OP.

I really hope you get better in a hurry.

hf
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


Try medical ozone, vitamin B-17 and peeled stewed apple every morning.
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FatalW1shes, maybe you should change your name.
I mean: Nomen est omen (The name says it all)

Apart from that I will send you a lot of good vibes and hope you will completely heal soon.

Have enough sleep and read nice books before sleep.

smile_hear
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


You are in my thoughts.

I couldn't imagine getting any kind of cancer. I really hope you get well soon. Have you considered trying cannabis oil to help cure the cancer? Lately, I've heard of several people having great luck with it, including some teenage girl having a brain tumor, and she refused chemo and instead, used cannabis oil. The tumor shrunk and is almost completely gone now.

Some people may not believe in it, but I do, and it's probably a lot better for you than chemo, that stuff will kill you all on its own.

Good luck and keep us informed!

hf
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I hope that teenage girl is doing well. I cannot imagine a child dealing with this.

After I get better I may volunteer at a childrens hospital and help the cancer kids.

Bless their hearts, it has to be so hard for them.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


I absolutely recommend going for the natural, medicinal cannabis. It can be used topically, orally, or smoked. Just do it.

I would not take the chemo treatment!

[link to www.whale.to]

Chemotherapy can do more harm than good, study suggests

David Rose
November 12, 2008

Doctors have been urged to be more cautious in offering cancer treatment to terminally-ill patients as chemotherapy can often do more harm than good, a study suggests.

Patients with incurable cancers were promised much greater access to the latest drugs which could offer them extra months or years of life by a Department of Health review last week.

Such medicines are often taken or injected as part of a “cocktail” of chemotherapy drugs.

But the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) found that more than four in ten patients who received chemotherapy towards the end of life suffered potentially fatal effects from the drugs, and treatment was “inappropriate” in nearly a fifth of cases.

About 300,000 patients now receive chemotherapy in the UK each year, a 60 per cent increase compared to 2004.

But in a study of more than 600 cancer patients who died within 30 days of receiving treatment, chemotherapy probably caused or hastened death in 27 per cent of cases, the inquiry found.

In only 35 per cent of these cases was care judged to have been good by the inquiry’s advisors, with 49 per cent having room for improvement and 8 per cent receiving less than satisfactory care.

More than one fifth of patients were already severely debilitated at the time the decision to treat with chemotherapy was taken, while that many could not make an informed consent to treatment, the report said.

Mark Lansdown, surgical oncologist at Leeds General Infirmary, and a co-author of the report, said that it is usual for patients to suffer some side-effects following chemotherapy, but that very few patients die as a consequence.

“The majority of patients in this study were receiving palliative treatment where the aim is to alleviate symptoms of cancer with the minimum of side effects,” which represented a small proportion (2 per cent) of all patients receiving the treatment, he said.

“Yet 43 per cent of all patients in the study suffered significant treatment-related toxicity.”

The proportion of deaths attributed to chemotherapy “is of particular concern for the 14 per cent of patients for whom [it] was intended to cure them of their cancer,” he added.


Please, don't let big pharma make you worse off than you already are, try the proven method of cannabis. I don't say that as a pothead, I say that as a fellow GLPer, with a lot of concern for your health.

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OP: so sorry you have this. Are you still in hospital. Makes it easier to do home remedies if you are at home. Please start on the home remedies immediately. I have this link for you to start with. Check the tabs on the right side for Cancer & the protocol to use.

[link to www.genesis2church.org]

and here is where you can purchase the product.
[link to www.buymms.biz]

The man who is behind this treatment is called Jim Humble & it's a wonderful story as to how this all got going. He was
targeted in the US & had to leave, because he was curing people. Check it out.
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Yup still in hospital.


Not sure what to do yet....it's a big tumor.
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Good luck and best wishes.hf
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FatalW1shes, maybe you should change your name.
I mean: Nomen est omen (The name says it all)

Apart from that I will send you a lot of good vibes and hope you will completely heal soon.

Have enough sleep and read nice books before sleep.

smile_hear
 Quoting: grumpier


Yeah the name does....well shit.


It's an old gaming name from Unreal Tournament back in the zark mod days.

Just kept the name. Sounded cool for a sniper.....


Not cool when you're dying.
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Did your oncologist have you take vitamin D to complement chemotherapy treatment? A friend with stage 4 cancer in digestive region was told to take 10,000 IU of Vitamin D3 a day by her oncologist to complement the chemotherapy treatment. Apparently, it worked. She beat it plus it looked very healthy inside.

Pretty cheap and easy to find. [link to www.iherb.com]

I'd start out at 50,000 IU a day for 3 days to rapidly replenish blood level with vitamin D then maintain it with 10,000 IU every day.

Also, take 400 MG of Magnesium chelated, malate, or citrate form a day.

Pretty much all cancer patients are severely deficient in vitamin D so might as well fix that to improve the odds of beating cancer. Vitamin D is a powerful cancer fighter at the right dosage.
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Apparently weed shrinks tumours.

Best of luck buddy. Hopefully they can shrink this one and get it taken out.

You'll be grand :)
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Maybe I'll get transferred to Colorado and get some medicinal grass.......
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


hf
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I am at a loss for words....

Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Did your oncologist have you take vitamin D to complement chemotherapy treatment? A friend with stage 4 cancer in digestive region was told to take 10,000 IU of Vitamin D3 a day by her oncologist to complement the chemotherapy treatment. Apparently, it worked. She beat it plus it looked very healthy inside.

Pretty cheap and easy to find. [link to www.iherb.com]

I'd start out at 50,000 IU a day for 3 days to rapidly replenish blood level with vitamin D then maintain it with 10,000 IU every day.

Also, take 400 MG of Magnesium chelated, malate, or citrate form a day.

Pretty much all cancer patients are severely deficient in vitamin D so might as well fix that to improve the odds of beating cancer. Vitamin D is a powerful cancer fighter at the right dosage.
 Quoting: AlcoholicRunner


Still waiting on the full pathology. They know it's Lymphoma type B so the chemo they started me on was Rituxan the first of the coctail.

It kills B cells

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]


When the I start the other stuff I'll let you know. This mass is outside my stomach and intestine. It is coming off the intestinal wall and wrapped around my organs.

I may be taking vitamin D or not. I'm not sure. Sounds like a good idea though. I'll ask the Oncologist though.
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Good Luck, OP!
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Just went through a couple major surgeries in the past year. As long as they can control the pain, you can make it through!
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


I would like to offer my voice if you will listen, I have a very good friend who has cancer still and is fighting his battle with all his might, He has had very, very positive results with marijuana oils. He does not smoke and does not take illegal drugs, this was his option because the only option Dr's gave him was death.. He is beating the odds because of his will and oil, If you have not you should look at that option. Other then that I will keep positive thoughts for you and would like to thank for sharing something so personal, I have a good feeling everything will be fine for you, but it will also be very hard.
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So sorry to hear OP, best of luck for a speedy recovery!!
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OP look over this thread
Thread: How to prevent cancer, message from a dream

Also, research baking soda.

Lemon and baking soda, are cheap, but highly highly effective in fighting cancer.
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Sorry to hear this OP and sending good thoughts and prayers to you.

I know you said you eat healthy, but did you try to eliminate GMOs from your diet? I'm of the opinion that GMOs are the single biggest cause of cancer. If you can afford it try to eliminate all GMOs from your diet. Try to eat locally grown food and if possible organic.

You may also want to try taking a curcumin supplement. There is lots of info online about this but here is just one article:

[link to articles.mercola.com]

I've read that MD Anderson recommends this brand of curcumin to their cancer patients:

[link to www.iherb.com]

It's expensive but it's supposed to be one of the most potent curcumin formulations you can get. You may be able to find it a little cheaper somewhere else if you shop around.

I would also suggest that you start making a drinking green juices several times a day.
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Eat nothing but raw vegetables...particularly juice leafy greens.
Get some Percy's Powder.

Trust me, I reversed terminal cancer. Sadly the patient stopped powder, stopped juicing and slid downhill fast...

Trust me on this. 11 months of cancer research 10-12 hours a day.

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