Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

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RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Meetha on Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:43 AM

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Thanks buddy I have made a couple of cloth bags filled with rice or millets. I warm them in microwave for 3-4 min and use them as heating pads. They can take shape of the body part and retain heat for quite sometime. They do give temporary relief, but eventually I end up taking painkillers. I am looking for a permanent solution. My PC will definitely respond to something that I have tried yet. The search is on. Meetha

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Meetha on Fri Mar 23, 2018 11:20 AM

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Hello Thinus Thanks for sharing your experience. This Coartem is new. Let me see how to procure it. Mine is a advanced , resistant, metastasised case. Will Artemether be useful in such a situation? Sweet potatoes I'll add. I know it contains zinc. But since some messages say no sugar as cancer feeds on it, I had left it. Sugar is definitely a no no, but, I wonder whether fruits should be taken or not. Warm regards Meetha

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Meetha on Fri Mar 23, 2018 02:26 PM

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Hello Marvin Your posts inform us that you used graviola and turmeric to shrink the tumours. I have checked about it on the net. It warns that those with kidney and liver problems should not use it without doctors advise! I do not have these problems per se, but a general warning made me cautious. What do you think? And what dose did you take? Thanks Meetha

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Meetha on Sat Aug 04, 2018 12:00 PM

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Hello Ray After learning from your experience, I have bought apricot kernels as well as encapsulated Vitamin C. Kindly share how you have been taking it. What dose would you recommend? My latest scan showed that the primary lesion has reduced considerable. But the secondary lesions on bones are increasing. New ones have been found on the skull, which weren't there in last scan done a year ago. You have said that apricot pits and Vitamin C are esp effective against secondary lesions. So I want to give it a try. My encapsulated Vitamin C , named LypriCel, is in sachet form, having 5.7 ml of Liposomal Vitamin C; each containing 1000mg Vit. C and 1000 mg essential phospholipids. Hope this fits the requirement. Also please share the link of the source from where you learnt about this therapy. Thanks and warm regards Meetha.

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by shipl on Tue Aug 21, 2018 06:10 AM

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Hi Ray, 

Mate, terribly sorry I have not replied earlier & sorry to hear about your no doubt heart breaking experiences. I hope your not into too much of that Bundy Rum up there. I'm in Bowral, NSW Southern Highlands, brrrr cold & windy this time of the year. Was 5C Sunday with wind chill factor said -7.7C. What state where you in before?

Things have not gone to well since I last replied to you, medication stopped working then had other problems, pain in chest, back, stomach, Oncologisted started to panic so now I have every possible scan & test & apart from extra metastasis on spine, my  lungs are almost clear & every organ in my body is in excellent health. Thank God.

So still working through it, Due for Lucrin injection Friday Ouch! I will be down for weekend then up & at em Monday. Back working. 

I am about to reply on a Hormone Therapy post of 15th  August in next 2 days, so you can see where I'm at if you are interested. Don't want type it twice.

They have given me 17 to 22 months if nothing new comes out but I have my alternate treatment that killed the tumour in my prostate over 3 years up my sleeve. Apricot Kernels & Bloodroot plus the regime that goes with them. I don't intend to give up that easy & thanks to patients like yourself Buddy, I am very positive & I do have a good support team. 

Best wishes & take care mate, will talk again soon.

Cheers Charlie

       

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Thinus on Tue Aug 21, 2018 06:35 AM

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Hallo Charlie

I don't know how long you are on Lucrin or whether this is your first injection, but it worked pretty well for me. And you can apply any good second line treatment to it.

As for clearingup bone mets, I used the malaria tablet Coartem. It is a combination of Artemether and Lumefantrine. You can read up on it. I want to echothe words of dr Neandra Singh: In time to come, Artemesinin and its derivatives will proofed to be the best cancer fighter.

I am now on a 90 day drug holiday. PSA 0.08. The black spot on the pelvis gone.

Herbs to seriously explore and use is Origanum, Capsaicin and Lycopene. I still use it.Plus a Quercitin/Bromelain combo. 

Kind Regards

Thinus Coetzee

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by marvinlzinn on Tue Aug 21, 2018 09:48 AM

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On Mar 23, 2018 2:26 PM Meetha wrote:

Hello Marvin Your posts inform us that you used graviola and turmeric to shrink the tumours. I have checked about it on the net. It warns that those with kidney and liver problems should not use it without doctors advise! I do not have these problems per se, but a general warning made me cautious. What do you think? And what dose did you take? Thanks Meetha

Just a few drops of graviola I add every two or three days to carrot juice I make mostly for eye health (vitamin A).  Turmeric I add to any meat or starch product like beans or potatoes. It is just a common India spice, about six to eight spoonfulls each week.

If I believed medical doctors I would have been dead already four times. It is not their fault for operating how they are trained for, but they also must accept alternatives! My work in 20 countires made me curious of other options. Whatever I choose, they are 100% my own responsibility.

As for kidney and liver, I know little about because I never had that experience. In my case of prostate, I did a lot of research to determine options, but in general I accept things God made, and especially avoid the pharmaceutical industry.

I suppose everything, including a complete cure of one symptom, may have side effect against another. Most important is a balance. If I eat unnatural food (not organic) then chemical added for flavor or preservative may prevent the solution and/or cause a contray reaction. (The most dangerous addictive drug in the world is SUGAR.)

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Thinus on Tue Aug 21, 2018 09:55 AM

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You can use a milkthistle/dandelion combination with safety to support your liver and kidneys

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by Meetha on Wed Aug 22, 2018 04:35 AM

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Hi Charlie Just wanted to share that Lutetium 177- PSMA radionuclide therapy brought me back from the near end stage to completely active state. Alternative treatments might be supporting it. But they were not working before Lu-177. I had mets all over spine, was on a regular 6 hourly pain killer regimen for three months till 2 months after this therapy. It takes 1-2 months to show results. All the best

RE: Life expectancy Metastatic Prostate Cancer

by CDTMTUM on Mon Nov 05, 2018 12:59 PM

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Survey duration: 3 min Lack of timely symptom reporting, in patients who suffer from prostate cancer results in a delayed detection and treatment of the disease progress. Therefore, we devised this questionnaire to understand the reasons why these symptoms don’t get reported even though patients might observe them. This questionnaire intends to uncover reasons behind this lack of symptom reporting. In the end, the answers will help to devise a solution to track symptoms, and to shape the solution in a way that it overcomes all the problems due to which symptoms don’t get reported timely. Pease help us out by filling out this survey if you support this cause: https://goo.gl/forms/v27lU4LInbAagvqx1

We are researchers from CDTM, a joint institute of TUM and LMU for Digital Technology Management. Currently we are working on a project related to prostate cancer treatment in cooperation with the Oxford Academic Health Science Network. This network consisting of the NHS, as well as universities and companies based around Oxford, is looking for a way to get patients into frequently communicating their symptoms to their doctors. This could ultimately increase survival rates of individuals affected by prostate cancer. http://www.cdtm.de https://www.oxfordahsn.org

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