Re: Are there any "good" stories outhere?
Hello Daddy's Little Girl. I don't know if this will help you but I have a pretty good story about my mom. She was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma stage 111. She did two rounds of chemo (avastin, gemzar, etc) and went back for the pT and was free and clear. She had a spot on her lung, and the oncologist said there were two of the distinctly separate. That he believed they metastasized. But when they did the PT after the second round of chemo and found her clear, the onc said he had never seen it in his 27 years of practice.
My mother says that she visulaized it away by seeing little pacmen going through and eating it, and hearing people say to her that they are happy that she has no more cancer. That worked.
I know some people on these boards have said that the avastin worked on it, and the avastin people want to speak to her maybe to do some study or something, but I could say it was either or. Maybe the visualization and beleif boosted the avastin's ability to produce results. My mom is a strong willed, honry woman. She is definately not a shrinking violet when it comes to life. Her genetics are strong for living to the age of 96 or so. Her father did, and her brother did, and she resembles them both.
Hope this helps. apparantly it can be done.