Husband battling liver cancer

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Husband battling liver cancer

by Braydenviolet on Tue Oct 23, 2018 02:34 AM

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My Husband has been battling rectal cancer that has spread to his liver & lungs now for 6.5 yrs. I fear he is on his last leg of this aweful disease . Has had many chemo & radiation treatments over the years but this year 2018 has been worst with many admissions to hospital with high fevers & infections. His chemo has just been stopped now till March 20th to give him a Break. He really can't take much more! His weight is down from 190 to 135, and at almost 6 ft. Tall I can tell you he's pretty thin. They put a stent in his liver because of blocked bile ducts and that's really when everything went down hill. So many infections and so many times having to change these tubes. Dr has mentioned about putting a port in March instead of a Picline . I believe the reasoning in that is to prepare him for the end. I'm so scared and I'm off work now to be with him for as long as he has left. He' sleeps a lot now and is on some pretty powerful pain drugs along with medical marijuana . I am scared for what the next few months will be like . Is anyone out there with similar situations? Talked to oncologist in June about his prognosis and was told 6 months if he keeps having problems with stent if not a year but a year would be pushing it!! He doesn't know I talked to Dr. And I'm not saying anything!

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by CRF450R on Thu Oct 25, 2018 09:45 PM

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I am sorry about your husband. I have read so many depressing stories. I had cancer five months ago, it had spread to my chest in the form of a tumor and lesions on my arm, my lymph nodes were sore and swollen. I was in stage four and losing my breath. I studied a bunch of lectures and symposiums on the subject of cancer and made the choice to change my lifestyle and habits. I am cancer free now, five months later and completely healed. It makes so many people mad on this website that I am healed and I encourage others to do what has cured me. The doctor can't explain it and said what ever you are doing keep doing it. Your husband will not make it with conventional treatment it sounds like. If he wants to heal which I have found most don't, he needs to follow a strict regimen. Starving the cancer, killing it and getting it out of his body. You starve it by not feeding it what it needs to grow, sugar, animal products, dairy, chocolate etc. Take cancer killing herbs proven for centuries to kill cancer and other diseases. Daily cleansing the liver to rid the body of toxins. Check out the Gerson Protocol. Also Barbara O'Neill has excellent videos on health issues. If it seems like too much then forget it. LOL

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by Sheilarog on Fri Oct 26, 2018 07:30 AM

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Your story is very sad and I wish I had been able to let you know my experience when you first knew about the spread to the liver.  I had secondary breast cancer in the liver in 2016 (8 tumours) but declined chemo on the basis that the statistics for survival are not great for secondaries.  I opted instead to go for Proton Therapy, treatment completed in December 2016.  No side effects or pain.  Up until now I am still clear of cancer. Proton can be very effective, as in my case.  I am not sure that your husband's case would be suitable as it seems to have gone too far but it is worth a phone call to a Proton clinic to find out.  For anybody else reading this post, for secondaries I would also choose Proton if accepted by a clinic.  From the experience of friends, the medics will always go on treating with chemo, causing the greatest distress of nasty side effects, even though they do know it is not going to work.  With Proton, if it is applicable, I do firmly believe you have a better chance of survival. I do realise that the cancer could come back but in the meantime I have lived a completely normal life.

Very best wishes

Sheilarog

RE: Husband battling liver cancer

by CRF450R on Sat Oct 27, 2018 02:50 AM

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Sheilarog, why do you think you got cancer?

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