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PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN

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PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN

by Rick9999 on Thu Aug 23, 2018 05:55 AM

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Hello I am writing this discussion for my brother. He was disgnosed with leukemia 5 years ago. Early in his chemotherapy process he suffered from methrotrexate neurotoxicity. He was paralyzed and even lost his voice for three days. He has never fully recovered. He has regained some strength and his voice but he is very limited. He uses a walker with assistance. We have tried multiple acupuncture’s and other alternative medicine. He sees pain doctors because he suffers from uncontrollable muscle spasms and tight tone which prevents him from walking. His nerves and muscles have been tested and they have been ok only very mild nerve damage in his toes so minor they labeled it normal. He’s had multiple MRIs which have not been changed since his initial event. He has a baclofen puño which has only helped very minimal. He takes multiple medications. This is a very rare situation. He has gone through a lot. Does anyone know of any doctors that potentially may be able to help or give a second opinion. My family and I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you

RE: PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN

by CRF450R on Sat Aug 25, 2018 09:35 PM

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Hi Rick it is amazing how I would say a lot of the posts here are from family and not the victims themselves. How did society get to a point where they pay to eat beef that tests positive 78% for leukemia? Then pay to be cut, radiated or poisoned and suffer and like it? 

I have posted many posts upon this site and kindled much anger. I was diagnosed with squamus cell carcinoma about three months ago. I dug in with both feet to research all of my options. There are five of them, surgery, radiation, chemo, lifestyle overhaul or death. The fifth one is not an option. The first three are not a guarantee and didn't cause the cancer to begin with. The cancer didn't fall out of the sky one day and land on me. Nor did it on anyone else. It took a long time to form and manifest itself. The complete change of lifestyle, cleansing, nutrition and herbs has yielded amazing results. But just like the pot of coffee and donuts each morning before work as a regimen to make me sick, it is now a cleansing of the toxins, building up of the imune system and no sugar, starches, fried food, meat or dairy. Just food without an ingredient lable will do. Now the lesion is nearly gone. Coughing up of phlem, gone. Lymph nodes normal and the tumor nearly gone. From the size of an apple to the size of a large marble. 

Lifestyle change is the hardest one of the five I mentioned. But unarguably the best. There is proof that changing the diet of people with parkinsons and autism has yielded positive results the pharmiceutical community can only envy. I would study and watch the lectures from the gerson protocol. There is a reason there is so much angst toward this organization for healing thousands of patients. 

Prayer for your brother helps as well. Blessings

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