Looking for Glioblastoma Multiforme Stage 4 survivors (brain cancer)

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RE: Looking for Glioblastoma Multiforme Stage 4 survivors (brain cancer)

by hksal on Sun Sep 23, 2018 08:18 PM

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Rick, you can do it! I am three years out from my initial GBM ressection surgery. Keep a positive attitude, eat well. Keep your body strong so it can withstand the treatments that are going to save you. Find reasons to laugh and be interested in life. You've got this. xx

RE: GBL Stage 4

by yjner on Fri Oct 12, 2018 07:51 AM

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On May 24, 2018 7:53 PM Bobby19 wrote:

On May 24, 2018 7:24 PM hopeful1109 wrote:

Did you have to figure out the supplement regime yourself or onconlogist provided a specialty expert/nutriotinist?

You may want to see a naturopathic oncologist. I have visited several and I'm currently taking Melatonin (20 Mgs), Curcumin (6,000 plus mgs), Lions Mane and Turkey Tail mushrooms ( 8 capsules), LDN, Boswellia, Fish Oil, and CBD 50/50 THC combinations. None of my doctors know wht I have survived over 38, but they all say to keep doing what I'm doing.

Living with brain cancer has taught me that  I may never be cured and that I may die sooner than I anticipated, but in the meantime,  I’m living with a heightened sense of gratitude, preciousness and love. The impermanence of living with death on my shoulder can be scary, but continuously overcoming that fear makes me too strong for fear, too noble for anger, too large for worry and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

I now have a tendency to put a smile on my face, laughter in my heart and maintain an optimistic and courteous outlook towards everyone and everything, including my brain cancer. Having gratitude as a prominent personality trait initiates what researchers call  an “Upward spiral of positive messages,” which I believe can be curative. Be well, 



Curcumin (6,000 plus mgs) - which brand and how many capsules?

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