Though guidelines suggest screening starts at 50, researcher says it's premature to change them
by mauilove on Fri Sep 14, 2012 04:39 PM
I have it...or...It has me!
Only saw a few posts that were years old about this type of Cancer.
I am currently doing Chemo and taking some herbal suppliments. Noni, Agaricus Bio and Medical Marajuana. The Agaricus Bio is otherwise known as (The Mushroom of God)...It really helps with energy levels and the Medical Marajuana has been the Best for my Appetite, Anxiety and Pain. I use a Tincture that goes under my tongue. I don't get "high" I just get hungry!
Remember to Love More
by MaureenB on Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:40 AM
I am a 4 month survivor of endometrial cancer and agree that there are very few discussions about gynocological cancers. I am not at all familar with any of the herbal supplements you are taking as I was not allowed to have any supplements at all during my treatments. Stay positive and look forward, it is a hard road but people become survivors everyday, and your turn will come soon. Wish you many good days!
by richeyt on Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:50 AM
Very interesting about the herbal supplements; I go to CTCA and my Naturopath doctor has me on some vitamins as well; I wonder like you do about "who has who"(C.Cancer for me); Everyone tells us that we have it, not the other way around-But some days I wonder too....
I love your thought, to "Remember to Love More".......It makes me smile, thank you.......I believe the same, even if I am here just to make someone laugh, smile, or tell them my story to create awareness, God give us each and every day some for some reason:) You are in my prayers...
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