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Have not yet read entire thread, so if this has been mentioned, I second the idea. Look up Rick Simpson video Race for the Cure or Run for the Cure, not sure which. Very good info there. Been hearing him on different radio interviews, as well. To make his oil, it takes a pound of a certain cannibis and turns it into 2 ounces of oil, takes a drop a day.

He had cancer. He remembered hearing on tv in early 90's that cannabiniods were treating cancer (not sure if he used the word cure at that time). Never heard it again. When he got cancer years later, he somehow figured out the oil (shows procedure in his video). He says he cured himself because its been 10 hears and he is cancer free. It seems no one is charging him with anything because then it would come to light for more people.

Hope this helps you. I know if I had cancer, I would do this. Most doctors do not even take their own treatment of chemo/radation if they get cancer. Not sure of the percentage but as I remember it is very high. Very easy to look up probably. Dont want to mis-quote the percentage though. Will see if I can find it.

My best to you and anyone who is going through this, of course the families too.
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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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cancer grows in an acid enviroment, it loves it,
meat booze, anything acidic,
get a list of what foods acidic, and dont eat it

if you want to get rid of any kind of cancer,

get a list of all alkaline foods

eat alkaline foods for 2 weeks, and bottled water only,

then after two weeks when your system is flushed out, drink an egg cup of your urine first thing every morning for 7 days ,

your body will do the rest for you my friend,

God bless you.
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Went to get the link for Rick Simpson video and my phone wont grab the link. Easy to find on youtube.

Want to say, I believe there can be many ways to cure the cancer, including others mentioned on this thread. Also, keep your mind focused on being healthy, do healthy activities and tell yourself 'I am a healthy individual doing healthy things' and such. The power of the mind is absolutely amazing. Have done this with my own self. Self talk is very good power and will bring to you divine inspiration actions to do to be healthy.

Powerful thoughts being sent your way!!!
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I'm so sorry to hear this. We've been friends for a long time now. GLP will be here for you to the extent we can.

I can't get the vinegar down but do take a pinch of bicarb of soda several times a week just in case.

Relatives doing chemo tell me it's much better than it used to be. Sorry you are in pain and hope they are able to shrink that tumor quickly.
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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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I hope things get better for you.. and you're soon rid of this, if they can shrink is maybe later they can take it out.
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Think about changing your i.d. to healthywishes :0)
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OP, i have experience with cancer. I haven't had any cancer, but lost a loved one.
If i knew what i know now then, i could probably save her.
So listen:
The way of life we inherited from our parents is the killer. Not cancer. It is a result of the way we live. Cancer thrives on, feeds on thus depends on it.

If you change your way.. PERMANENTLY.. the cancer will perish.

How to do it:

There was a elite insider thread, years ago.. you probably know. He talked about the methods TPTB use to manipulate us:

"The methods are:
1. Food and drinks
2. Medication, "Health care" (include vitamins)
3. Electrical waves (including your PC and cellphone, house electr. network, everything chipped)
4. Media, be it TV-radio-newspapers-magazines-internet (the most obvious method, yet the most
enslaving)
5. Music, Sounds (different method than media, used in a different way although most times
through the media)
6. Air pollution
7. Education system (including known literature which is mostly corrupt, be it history,
psychology, metapsychology, "philosophy", art, science, poetry, religion, even fairy tales told to
infants)

If you can "delete" a few from your life or have less exposure to them, the effect will reduce dramatically..."

Lets analyse, again, i talk with experience and some degree of research:
1-)Food and drinks (the most important one)
THINGS YOU MUST NOT EAT:
Packaged, GMO, fried, burned, fast food, ANYTHING that is not from a trusted organic food source. No matter what, DO NOT CONSUME DRINKS. It is the major cause of obesity in the world. TOO MUCH CARBOHYDRATE, IT WILL KILL YOU!
DO NOT consume non-organic meat! Especially chicken! Mass produced chicken HAVE TUMORS in their bloodstream! They are constantly being fed with GMO crops, anti-biotics! Even if not slaughtered, they eventually anyway! Think about the suffering they go through! You want to eat THAT?
White SUGAR(carbohydrate). In Turkey people put it in tea, coffee, cakes etc. Lower it as much as you can.
Anything made with cereals. Almost %100 carbohydrate. Cereals entered human diet with technology, so they must be processed and human body is not evolved to properly digest it. Not sure about this but i read that it is destructive to the body. Celiac disease! Well it is not suprising that human body reacts to something it haven't evolved to digest.

YOU MUST EAT:
NON-STARCHY(non-carbohydrate) vegetables, GREEN and preferably RAW, if you can't eat them raw then do not cook them heavily! Steam cooking is the best. If you boil, always drink the "waste" water. Or just make soup!

THINGS YOU SHOULD EAT:
Fatty fish for omega-3 but fatty fish contain mercury which is a poison, so twice a week should be fine.
Plant seeds\nuts! The diet i am proposing probably is excluding many things you consume daily. This is a nutritious and tasty addition. They are high in calories though, try not to overeat.
Good bacteria containing foods. You will have to google about this one. Basicly its fermented stuff. I don't know anything local foods in US, so can't help you with this one.
Eggs. ONLY IF IT IS ORGANIC. Essential fats bomb. Moderate though.
Virgin olive oil. Plant oil is a wide topic. It is a bit complicated, but wherever you go you will see olive oil mentioned. I suggest you to look for which ORGANIC oils are avaieble to you, and google them.

THINGS YOU SHOULD MODERATE:
Fruit and starchy-vegs. They would be okay if you were not sick, but carbohydrates fasten tumor growth. 1 apple a day is a good criteria for both, i suppose.
Anything made using milk. Humans are the only animals who consumes another animal's milk regularly. Think about that. It is not that destructive though.
Meat. Human body resembles a herbivore much more than a carnivore. Our geneticly closest cousin(chimpenzee) eats meat rarely(%1-%2 of total). I am not telling you to not eat, but lower it as much you can.

Lastly, SUNLIGHT. Think about it, our ancestors were walking around bare-ass naked all day! And Sun is the energy source of this planet. Human body, with all that exposure, must have some sort of mechanism to use it. Vitamin D production! Our skin produces Vitamin D using sunlight. Have direct exposure to sun. Preferably naked. Introduces slowly, but permanently.

Writing all this tired me, lol. I am too battling with health problems. So i research about this stuff, and this is the result. I am no doctor also do not trust "modern" medicine. You are free to research, and try.
And again, if i knew what i know now then, i could probably save my mother. I couldn't. Maybe i can save you. So i wrote it all down.

If you are interested, i will talk about parts 2-7 later.

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Hey there. Take good care of yourself. Eat well. Keep your body as alkaline as possible during chemo. Fighting cancer sucks - and I know this from personal experience. Hang in there and you'll be fine.

Best wishes for a healthier future.
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Cannabis oil and shark cartilige supplements. Sharks are the only animals on earth that do not get cancer. Cannabis is proven to shrink tumors.
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Hey i am the owner of the long post above. The site automaticly logged me out so i can't edit it now... Anyway few things i want to add:

Herbs!!! Especially garlic!
You can use Stevia to replace white sugar.

I forgot about one of the most important topics: WATER!
DO NOT drink tap water! Find a way to purify it. Distill it, if possible.

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glp thread links to the baking soda / maple syrup cancer cure...
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oops,,,here:
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Missed a lot of replies....got an hour of sleep...


Going for an Echo Cardiogram.....I guess they check your heart before and after Chemo to make sure the heart can handle it.


Thank you all for your wishes. I'm taking a lot of the home stuff pretty seriously....hopefully I'll be home soon....Sunday or so.


I'll be back on here in a bit. Not sure how long this will all take.
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Lastly, SUNLIGHT. Think about it, our ancestors were walking around bare-ass naked all day! And Sun is the energy source of this planet. Human body, with all that exposure, must have some sort of mechanism to use it. Vitamin D production! Our skin produces Vitamin D using sunlight. Have direct exposure to sun. Preferably naked. Introduces slowly, but permanently.


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This is poor advice and very dangerous to do without sunscreen.
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Lastly, SUNLIGHT. Think about it, our ancestors were walking around bare-ass naked all day! And Sun is the energy source of this planet. Human body, with all that exposure, must have some sort of mechanism to use it. Vitamin D production! Our skin produces Vitamin D using sunlight. Have direct exposure to sun. Preferably naked. Introduces slowly, but permanently.


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This is poor advice and very dangerous to do without sunscreen.
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"Introduce this slowly, but permanently.
"

I am not telling him to sit under sun for hours. 15-30 minutes is enough. B3 supplements work too, i read.
Also there was no sunscreen at ancient times yet people were almost naked. Interesting, is it not?

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OP, please pray. I'm not talking about organized religion prayer here. Talk to God yourself, when you're alone and can open up about everything in your life. Ask to have the cure shown to you and for help healing your body. As much as we like to think we are in total control, we aren't.

"God gave medical knowledge to human beings so we should praise him for the miracles he performs." Sirach 38:6
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Cannabis oil and shark cartilige supplements. Sharks are the only animals on earth that do not get cancer. Cannabis is proven to shrink tumors.
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I learned that years ago that sharks don't get cancer. Perhaps more study needs to be done as to why.
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Lastly, SUNLIGHT. Think about it, our ancestors were walking around bare-ass naked all day! And Sun is the energy source of this planet. Human body, with all that exposure, must have some sort of mechanism to use it. Vitamin D production! Our skin produces Vitamin D using sunlight. Have direct exposure to sun. Preferably naked. Introduces slowly, but permanently.


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This is poor advice and very dangerous to do without sunscreen.
 Quoting: Novogirl32


"Introduce this slowly, but permanently.
"

I am not telling him to sit under sun for hours. 15-30 minutes is enough. B3 supplements work too, i read.
Also there was no sunscreen at ancient times yet people were almost naked. Interesting, is it not?
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15-30 Min without sunscreen is enough to be dangerous. No I don't believe it's interesting. Our ancestors may well have been stricken with sun cancer. There was no way to detect it. Due to the scientific data we have now, it is wise to always protect yourself from the harmful rays of the sun.
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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


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
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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


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
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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


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


Interestingly enough, I had just lost almost 40 pounds just six months prior to diagnosis as well. I gained it all ack after surgery, during the interferon treatment. Got seriously bloated and didn't look like myself. I have residual pain and some limited motion in my arm and neck now, so I'm still fat. Sucks. IDE like to get back down to my fighting wight again soon.

Ps, if you are debilitated by existential dread, a dose of shrooms helps take away the fear so you can just live normally. THC helps your appetite and reduces nausea. Be careful of your sources.
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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


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
 Quoting: Novogirl32


You can beat that. I'm gonna beat the hell out of mine. Go vegan and smoke pot :)
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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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Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
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I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
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You can beat that. I'm gonna beat the hell out of mine. Go vegan and smoke pot :)
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I am actually doing well at beating it. Done and Done on the vegan potsmoker thing. I just hate living with the scars and side effects of treatment. Fuck yeah! we will beat this shit like a playyard bully!!
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Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
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I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
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You can beat that. I'm gonna beat the hell out of mine. Go vegan and smoke pot :)
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I am actually doing well at beating it. Done and Done on the vegan potsmoker thing. I just hate living with the scars and side effects of treatment. Fuck yeah! we will beat this shit like a playyard bully!!
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Ha! Yes, we will! The scars add character anyway. Maybe a few tats in the right place :) gotta get grumpy. Gotta stay mean. That's the ticket, I think.
"Maybe evolution toward a singularity of consciousness will of necessity involve the growing of thicker skin…"

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My boyfriend Loves my scars. I am learning to wear them like a badge of honor.
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Lastly, SUNLIGHT. Think about it, our ancestors were walking around bare-ass naked all day! And Sun is the energy source of this planet. Human body, with all that exposure, must have some sort of mechanism to use it. Vitamin D production! Our skin produces Vitamin D using sunlight. Have direct exposure to sun. Preferably naked. Introduces slowly, but permanently.


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This is poor advice and very dangerous to do without sunscreen.
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"Introduce this slowly, but permanently.
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I am not telling him to sit under sun for hours. 15-30 minutes is enough. B3 supplements work too, i read.
Also there was no sunscreen at ancient times yet people were almost naked. Interesting, is it not?
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15-30 Min without sunscreen is enough to be dangerous. No I don't believe it's interesting. Our ancestors may well have been stricken with sun cancer. There was no way to detect it. Due to the scientific data we have now, it is wise to always protect yourself from the harmful rays of the sun.
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15-30 is dangerous when the sky is clear and it is summer. Actually it is the harmful rays of sun(UVB) that produces the Vit D.
Just think about it. If 15-30 mins of sunlight that dangeorus, every human being on earth must have cancer... It defies logic.
But there is also our effect to the atmosphere. We may be causing it to let more UV then before... But i do not think it does effect that much. I think we seriously lack sunlight. Think about the warmth you feel when sunlight hits you. It is a nice feeling... there must be a reason why.
BTW i am not trying to be stubborn. I just want to help. I hope you get better.

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Correction-
The sun is more dangerous on overcast days and on very sunny snowy days.
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there will be many more as the radiation sets in
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Many more what?

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