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Study suggests mental fog, fatigue tied to chemotherapy may be partly due to stress
Mon Dec 10, 2012 07:52 PM
I had 'mental fog' & fatigue weeks before my seizure, which led to my diagnosis. (GBM)
Mon Dec 10, 2012 07:56 PM
.... part 2:I also had extreme mood-swings during those weeks.
Tue Dec 11, 2012 03:26 AM
I can answer this very easily BECAUSE CHEMOTHERAPY makes the CANCER REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was fine with the double masectomy, even my breast cancer diagnoses at age 44, the drains pain and all. But once they told me i have to have chemo, I lost it....all rational thoughts were gone....I did not want to do it, and even though i am doing it ( i was told i must) I hate it so much, it makes you depressed, sad , in a lot of pain and of course it messes with your head. If it doesnt there is something wrong with you. I would rather have another surgery than chemo.
Thu Dec 13, 2012 02:57 PM
I had a stage IV GBM six years ago, and never paniced because my astrologer told me it wasn't going to kill me, and after emergency surgery followed by concurrent radiation and chemo I have kept it from coming back with the Budwig diet (see Bill Henderson's book "How to cure almost any cancer at home for $5.15 a day" combined with following Otto Warburg's findings; google "Cancer loves sugar", and maintaining an alkaline pH. But when I went off the diet and dietary regimen, my MRI showed the tumor starting to grow again, so I went right back on with NO CHEATING! and the cancer disappeared.
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