Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

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Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by mcqanita24 on Tue Nov 25, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi,

I would like some help with contacting anyone who may have previously attempted to treat their sarcoma with natural remedies. Please, i am not asking for advice on whether or should or shouldn't try this, rather i need to find someone who might have done so and then switched to more conventional mainstream treatment.

Tomorrow, i will be starting treatment to remove a growth that is tangled with some veins/arteries in my chest. I have been previously treated and have had growths removed both from my arm and throat.

I you are that person that has tried more natural remedies but has then switched to chemo or radio, i would very much like to speak with you. If you know of someone else that has done this, i would be extremely indebted for any information that will lead me to finding such an individual. I would also like anyone who can forward any information they have on diet supplements/vitamins and dietary/eating habits that they've found to be most effective post chemo.

Please email me to

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Thank you.

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by jcr65566 on Thu Nov 27, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/25/2008 mcqanita24 wrote:

Hi,

I would like some help with contacting anyone who may have previously attempted to treat their sarcoma with natural remedies. Please, i am not asking for advice on whether or should or shouldn't try this, rather i need to find someone who might have done so and then switched to more conventional mainstream treatment.

Tomorrow, i will be starting treatment to remove a growth that is tangled with some veins/arteries in my chest. I have been previously treated and have had growths removed both from my arm and throat.

I you are that person that has tried more natural remedies but has then switched to chemo or radio, i would very much like to speak with you. If you know of someone else that has done this, i would be extremely indebted for any information that will lead me to finding such an individual. I would also like anyone who can forward any information they have on diet supplements/vitamins and dietary/eating habits that they've found to be most effective post chemo.

Please email me to

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Thank you.


what form of sarcoma do you have

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by jcr65566 on Thu Nov 27, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/25/2008 mcqanita24 wrote:

Hi,

I would like some help with contacting anyone who may have previously attempted to treat their sarcoma with natural remedies. Please, i am not asking for advice on whether or should or shouldn't try this, rather i need to find someone who might have done so and then switched to more conventional mainstream treatment.

Tomorrow, i will be starting treatment to remove a growth that is tangled with some veins/arteries in my chest. I have been previously treated and have had growths removed both from my arm and throat.

I you are that person that has tried more natural remedies but has then switched to chemo or radio, i would very much like to speak with you. If you know of someone else that has done this, i would be extremely indebted for any information that will lead me to finding such an individual. I would also like anyone who can forward any information they have on diet supplements/vitamins and dietary/eating habits that they've found to be most effective post chemo.

Please email me to

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Thank you.


hi can have a look at th the link to this  site I use this it helps me so  I think it will help you but you must decide take care Ray http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeck-MP.html

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by jcr65566 on Fri Nov 28, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/27/2008 jcr65566 wrote:

 

On 11/25/2008 mcqanita24 wrote:

Hi,

I would like some help with contacting anyone who may have previously attempted to treat their sarcoma with natural remedies. Please, i am not asking for advice on whether or should or shouldn't try this, rather i need to find someone who might have done so and then switched to more conventional mainstream treatment.

Tomorrow, i will be starting treatment to remove a growth that is tangled with some veins/arteries in my chest. I have been previously treated and have had growths removed both from my arm and throat.

I you are that person that has tried more natural remedies but has then switched to chemo or radio, i would very much like to speak with you. If you know of someone else that has done this, i would be extremely indebted for any information that will lead me to finding such an individual. I would also like anyone who can forward any information they have on diet supplements/vitamins and dietary/eating habits that they've found to be most effective post chemo.

Please email me to

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Thank you.


hi can have a look at th the link to this  site I use this it helps me so  I think it will help you but you must decide take care Ray http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeck-MP.html


have you done a serch for zeolitt

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by artemis on Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi,

My husband has metastatic myxoid liposarcoma.

When he ws diagnosed with this at the beginning of the year we spent three months delaying chemotherapy and pursuing alternative healing methods, these included;

IV vitamin C

diet (wont go too far into it but alkaline forming, organic lots of juice pretty much sums it up)

oxygen therapy

every supplement known to man

regular colonic irrigation

every form of massage/alternative method from acupuncture to zygomatic massage

the main tumour grew at a phoenomenal rate during this time, and others appeared.

The chemo has shrunk his tumours.

I was very pro alternative stuff - and I am not against it now - but I wouldnt put off medical treatment for it again

feel free to private message me :)

Hope all is going well for you - we are still fighting, researching and fighting some more

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by jcr65566 on Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/30/2008 artemis wrote:

Hi,

My husband has metastatic myxoid liposarcoma.

When he ws diagnosed with this at the beginning of the year we spent three months delaying chemotherapy and pursuing alternative healing methods, these included;

IV vitamin C

diet (wont go too far into it but alkaline forming, organic lots of juice pretty much sums it up)

oxygen therapy

every supplement known to man

regular colonic irrigation

every form of massage/alternative method from acupuncture to zygomatic massage

the main tumour grew at a phoenomenal rate during this time, and others appeared.

The chemo has shrunk his tumours.

I was very pro alternative stuff - and I am not against it now - but I wouldnt put off medical treatment for it again

feel free to private message me :)

Hope all is going well for you - we are still fighting, researching and fighting some more


Hi Artemis sound like you been through a lot what Iv found on this site that patients who try alternative treatment strengthening there body’s up so chemo dos work better and they have less trouble later I’m now glade I suggested a magnet pulsar

Do you know metastatic myxoid liposarcoma can frequently metastasize  to extra pulmonary sites.(Spaces in the body) I read about one cases of myxoid liposarcoma metastatic in the epidural space. (the space around the spinal cord ) the magnet pulsar is marketed a pain reliever but I think it dos more then that it setup a secondary  electric field deep in side the body this field produce a small electric current this small electric current bends the spears on any small virus  that happen to pass by now because our cell  are many times larger they are unharmed our lymph nodes can have a lot of these very small virus and also fungi the  magnet pulsar alters there surface so they cant get a hold of our own cells and they float away and stave to death I got a research paper on this Ill post it to you next reply

 Be care full with chemo it wont work will on primary carcinoma (establish cancer cells) only works well on metastasize secondary carcinoma cells that are still dividing. So some of the primary carcinoma is still there this is because most tumors contain a small percentage, approximately 2%, of multiple drug-resistant cells (MDR cells). Chemo is not effective against these cells. After the first round of chemo, if the chemo is effective, all of the cells that are not MDR, are destroyed. Since this accounts for the vast majority of the tumor mass, the tumor will appear to be effectively destroyed. However, the MDR cells remain and start to multiply. Eventually, a new tumor is formed that is entirely MDR. The next time chemo is used, none of the cells will be destroyed because they are all MDR. Paw Paw and Graviola are the only cancer treatment that have shown effectiveness against MDR cells.   Hope this helps Ray

http://alternativecancer.us/pawpaw.htm

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by jcr65566 on Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/30/2008 artemis wrote:

Hi,

My husband has metastatic myxoid liposarcoma.

When he ws diagnosed with this at the beginning of the year we spent three months delaying chemotherapy and pursuing alternative healing methods, these included;

IV vitamin C

diet (wont go too far into it but alkaline forming, organic lots of juice pretty much sums it up)

oxygen therapy

every supplement known to man

regular colonic irrigation

every form of massage/alternative method from acupuncture to zygomatic massage

the main tumour grew at a phoenomenal rate during this time, and others appeared.

The chemo has shrunk his tumours.

I was very pro alternative stuff - and I am not against it now - but I wouldnt put off medical treatment for it again

feel free to private message me :)

Hope all is going well for you - we are still fighting, researching and fighting some more


 

wow I see what you mean you know all the stuff I did over the last two years seem to just slow down a bit I was and still am having 6000mg of vitamin C a day I been on zeolite, pawpaw, and a few other thing wont go into it was all going find untll my last  PSA test as it  went up by three points but my free psa went down by three points normerly they go up together  and I now know why at the time I was trying the Dr Bob Beck proitcal useing  the blood zapper and the colloidal silver as I all so have CFS and the Dr Bob Beck proitcal helps with CFS but what I did wrong  was  use the magnet pulsar on my pelvic floor to treat my prostrate. I've since  got told I shouldent be doing that by a frend as the magnet pulsar can  killed off all the bugs that cause BHP in the prostrate so what Iv done is give my prostrate cancer a whole pile of dead bugs to feed on to make more more cancer cells thats why my PSA went up so fast two weeks ago I was finding it very hard to empty my bladder it ease off now since I started having  selenium and almond kernels it seem to be geting better evey day now it all I can do I supose cheers  Ray

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by aries104 on Mon Dec 29, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 11/25/2008 mcqanita24 wrote:

Hi,

I would like some help with contacting anyone who may have previously attempted to treat their sarcoma with natural remedies. Please, i am not asking for advice on whether or should or shouldn't try this, rather i need to find someone who might have done so and then switched to more conventional mainstream treatment.

Tomorrow, i will be starting treatment to remove a growth that is tangled with some veins/arteries in my chest. I have been previously treated and have had growths removed both from my arm and throat.

I you are that person that has tried more natural remedies but has then switched to chemo or radio, i would very much like to speak with you. If you know of someone else that has done this, i would be extremely indebted for any information that will lead me to finding such an individual. I would also like anyone who can forward any information they have on diet supplements/vitamins and dietary/eating habits that they've found to be most effective post chemo.

Please email me to

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Thank you.


 

Hi, I have mpnst sarcoma and was diagnosed 8/08 in sept I went through 8 hr surgery along with brachytherapy(radiation) afterwards. My tumor was high grade and 16cm and very deep. My dr.'s aren't very hopeful so I have been doing natural remedies such as b17 latriele along with a plant based diet. If you google Rave diet watch the video healing cancer from inside out.Also on you tube watch World without cancer it will explain b17 and it's effects on cancer.Chemo is not effective on some sarcoma's and mine is one of them.Also Gerson therapy and Oasis of Hope will give you a different look on cancer. I also have surrendered to the  good Lord and have put my trust in him for he is the great Physician.I do have my weak times and will break down and cry and that's normal, always remember there are miracles every day! God  Bless, Peggy 

RE: Natural Help With Sarcoma, Please

by stillhoppin on Tue Jun 02, 2009 12:00 AM

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peggy  how are you and how are your treatments going? i to have mpnst

connie

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