Women who don't have BRCA mutations could have other high-risk genes that affect treatment choices
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HI, I'm so sorry about your mom, but never say never. My mom was diagnosed with 4th stage colon cancer 18 yrs ago the hospital here in Pa said there was nothing else they could do for her and gave her 2 days to live. My dad and family heard about a hopital in Tulsa Oklahoma at the time that offered alternative treatment of cancer. Now, 18 yrs later my mom is cancer free and totally on a organic way of eating with plenty of vitamins and mineral to keep her body funtioning in a homestatis state.
Chemo, kills every cell in your body the good ones and the bad ones.
Eventually, your body becomes fatique and dies.
by scared__daughter on Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:00 AM
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