Posted by Paul Winter
on December 01, 2000 at 11:26:25:
In Reply to: Renal Cell Carcinoma/ went to lungs posted by Sandy22 on November 30, 2000 at 23:39:13:
: My Mother is a very active 74 year old woman that had kidney cancer and had her right kidney removed 2 years ago this past june. She went back to her 10 hour a night job after she healed from the surgery. She felt great and this past June went for a 2 year check up.A cat scan of her abdomin showed the very bottom of her lung and it had a spot. After other test and biopsies they found many spots in both lungs that had matatisized from the kidney . She started on a harsh treatment of interfuron, interluken and 5 FU, she seemed to be doing okay until she had a port put in her chest and started getting the 5 FU through it. Her neck and chest would swell and she got so weak she couldn't walk. After going in the hospital, because she developed blood clots in her neck, and having the port removed they found that the port had a hole in it. They finishes giving her her treatments in the veins in her arms and did scans last Monday. Wednsday when they gave us the results they said that the the large spot had shrunk a little, but that many more had appeared. Her Doctor is checking in to some kind of vaccine and will let us know next wed. We have tried to laugh and have a positive outlook , but now I'm getting scared. I have heard that this is one of the hardest cancer to treat. I thank you for letting me get this off my chest,and good luck to you all.
I am the webmaster for the Cancell Home page. Cancell is a safe, alternative cancer treatment. I do not sell anything. My motivation and background:
Cancell has a long history of success and suppression which is explained on the Cancell Home page:
The tremendous advantage that alternative treatments have over surgery is based on the difficulty in locating all the cancer. The following case history describes an all too common pattern:
All conventional treatments run the risk of spreading or causing more cancer. For this reason the typical pattern of seeking alternative treatment after the failure of conventional treatment is backwards in the extreme.
For cases where conventional treatment has the poorest success rate, such as pancreatic cancer, patients are convinced to take chemo almost immediately. Hello doctor! If a doctor tells you that your type of cancer has a low success rate, that success rate is for conventional treatments not for alternative treatments. Why take the known-to-be-ineffective treatment? This is all the more reason to try alternative treatments before ruining your immune system with chemo which prevents most other treatments from working.
Chemo works the worst on slow growing cancers, such as carcinoid cancers (mostly found in the small intestine), prostate, breast, testicular, and ovarian cancers. These are the type of cancers where your doctor should recognize that you have time to try alternatives that do not risk spreading (surgery) or causing more cancer (radiation and chemo). Effects of conventional treatments from my excerpts from the book World Without Cancer by Griffin:
Safe, alternative treatments usually treat the cause of an illness, but each illness can have a number of causes. This causes some alternative treatments to be effective in only 25% of the cases (a fact used by traditional doctors to dissuade patients from alternatives which encourages scorn from a doctors peers).
Beware of Bull
We constantly hear "Be sure to consult a qualified medical doctor before making treatment decisions." Medical doctors don't use nutrition or herbs, they use drugs. In the USA, more people die each year from complications due to prescription drugs than from auto accidents. Of course for cancer, doctors use the worst drugs - chemo. I have seen hundreds of warnings about medical scams from main stream medical sources. Although these sources can produce numerous examples, the truth is that scams are extremely rare. The real dangers come from main stream medicine and the proof is easy to find.
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