Anyway out there had a good result from mistletoe for colon cancer

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Anyway out there had a good result from mistletoe for colon cancer

by Kurshy3 on Thu Sep 27, 2018 07:09 AM

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Please I’m interested to hear from anybody who has tried the mistletoe treatment or any other alternative treatment that is helped with stage for colon cancer . My sister is in New Zealand and the treatment options there for her are extremely Grim. In fact New Zealand is one of the worst countries in the world to have stage four cancer in ..it’s basically a death sentence and this is largely due to the negative attitude towards cancer by the people in general and the medical community there. I live in Los Angeles and the difference between my homeland New Zealand and the USA is night and day unfortunately she can’t receive here in the states Because she doesn’t have insurance and we would never have that kind of money She is currently in hospital receiving a blood transfusion because of low hemoglobin levels . They have her in palletive care and surgery is not an option apparently neither is radiation they do have her on the oral chemotherapy at the moment. That’s not good enough and I am hell-bent on finding some kind of solution to prolong my sisters life or even shock the world and save her life. I am in search Of any kind of alternative treatment that might give her some hope so I would love to hear from anybody who has tried this mistletoe treatment And how it affected the colon cancer and also is it possible to use this treatment with chemotherapy and what we’re looking at cost wise anything you could tell me I deeply appreciate

RE: Anyway out there had a good result from mistletoe for colon cancer

by PD_NEC on Wed Nov 28, 2018 04:03 PM

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On Sep 27, 2018 7:09 AM Kurshy3 wrote:

Please I’m interested to hear from anybody who has tried the mistletoe treatment or any other alternative treatment that is helped with stage for colon cancer . My sister is in New Zealand and the treatment options there for her are extremely Grim. In fact New Zealand is one of the worst countries in the world to have stage four cancer in ..it’s basically a death sentence and this is largely due to the negative attitude towards cancer by the people in general and the medical community there. I live in Los Angeles and the difference between my homeland New Zealand and the USA is night and day unfortunately she can’t receive here in the states Because she doesn’t have insurance and we would never have that kind of money She is currently in hospital receiving a blood transfusion because of low hemoglobin levels . They have her in palletive care and surgery is not an option apparently neither is radiation they do have her on the oral chemotherapy at the moment. That’s not good enough and I am hell-bent on finding some kind of solution to prolong my sisters life or even shock the world and save her life. I am in search Of any kind of alternative treatment that might give her some hope so I would love to hear from anybody who has tried this mistletoe treatment And how it affected the colon cancer and also is it possible to use this treatment with chemotherapy and what we’re looking at cost wise anything you could tell me I deeply appreciate

Hi,

Quite a few people seem to have been positively impacted by mistletoe therapy. Please have a look at the testimonials of actual patients:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL_IJePFHCQ

http://believebig.org/what-is-mistletoe/

RE: Anyway out there had a good result from mistletoe for colon cancer

by GBAdvanced on Fri Nov 30, 2018 05:42 AM

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colon cancer - where is her cancer spread to? radioembolization would help and perhaps be curative if her liver is involved? she can go to India - Rajiv gandhi internation hospital or Mumbai reliance and get best care for less money and potentially also be cured. Number one oncologist Advani in Mumbai and Dr. Shrikhande or Dr. Jagannath can stille valuate bad cases.

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