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I've spent plenty of time on diet study and reading and I regret it all.
There's on amazing nutritionist doctor that would give you an integrated plan, follow up with you and give you material to read with scientific references.
very structured doctor and I've been with her for two years now and I feel so much more informed and monitored. Best of all, she is doing it all online through Skype, and the docume...
November 05 at 10:14 PM
Yes, it is in the left temporal lope.
Happy you're looking at the (bright) right side. Again, don't just sit and wait for things to happen. Do read about how diet can help you. The sooner you act, the better your results later.
March 16 at 12:40 PM
My OligoAstrocytoma is still at stage II, I also have the 1p19q deletion. My surgery was also done while I was awake, but they could only remove 95% of the tumor.
I did NOT have chemo nor radiation, doctors' opinion are split on whether or not to get the those so I chose to sit and watch. If the average or median is 10 years, then it means there are others below and others above a...
March 13 at 9:47 AM
You have been blessed with cancer, a disease that gives you time in fact, compared to other cruel diseases.
I have been diagnosed in 2005 with oligoastrocytoma grade II, and in 2009 had my surgery. I've been stable up until 2012, had some progression for three months. Then I tamed it down (and that's why I'm writing) and I've been stable to-date. I am still on grade II dear. That's what, 9 ...
March 12 at 9:56 AM
Did I mention that my latest test shows no progression :)
No radio, no chemo - and I do NOT mean that I won't do them if I doctors say I should, even at this stage NOR do I mean that alternative medicine is not an ally of modern medicine
When you're at stage II, you "may" have more choices to try other things before going for chemo. Reason being that research has shown so far that chemo and radio do not make ...
January 03, 2013
Having done some research in between the time I wrote this and today, I have found so much about so many things that can be done. They start with simple proper diet decisions, and end with others like Curcummin
I have got all that knowledge from my nutritionist, one that specialized in cancer.
I would love to share everything I know, but plenty of what she has given me is in fact dependent on the stage ...
January 03, 2013
You do not need fat (like the very nice olive oil) with curcummin.
I would go with the pills not the cooking. Because the proven researched results assumes you take DAILY dose of 1500 MG of curcumin along with black pepper before you can see results
So going without pills is hard (at least for me). do cook with it on the side nonetheless, it can be only better.
December 10, 2012
Amazon has announced international shipping recently. Some countries will make you pay customs if it's supplments (in my country they do)
Some other countries won't allow them in (that's the case for my friend)
The ones I buy are blueberries, because generally speaking they have more antioxidants
December 10, 2012
bilberry and Blueberry are differnet apparently (see link below)
If you could just give me the name of the supplement, you will save me alot of effort
September 08, 2012
Thank you. Hope he gets better and better.
But I assume he's not necessarly doing well because of that exclusively.
Need you to know that it has to be taken with little fat to be effective. One small spoon of olive oil does the trick. Also, three times a day is the right dose (tests on mice showed that only 1500 mg of that is truly effective)
I found some on amazon that does exactly ...
September 07, 2012
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