how long does a person survive once cancer has spread into different parts of the body

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how long does a person survive once cancer has spread into different parts of the body

by manibedi on Tue Apr 30, 2013 05:55 AM

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My sis in Law was treated for breast cancer 2 yrs ago.Yester day only we came to know it has spreaded in her liver uterus n breast again and it is in its advance stage.How long will she survive?

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by slsrilil on Wed May 01, 2013 10:37 AM

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If you could get the correct treatment I am sure that she will survive. Never give hope. Always give some sort of positive energy to the patient as well as the people who are caring the patient. I know a person who is still living happily after being discharged off from hospital saying that there is no hope on his life. They said a period of 6 months, and now it's been 2 years he lives happily and healthy. He was undergone an ayurvedic treatment.

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by manibedi on Thu May 02, 2013 09:58 AM

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Thanks

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by katsarcow on Fri May 03, 2013 03:13 PM

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One day at a time, and staying in the moment.  Putting  one foot in front of the other.  Attitude and nutrition and God above.  All we have is this moment.  The best to you and your family.  I am also trying to practice what I preach.  Linda

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by Walking_Jim on Fri May 03, 2013 04:46 PM

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Hi manibedi

There isn't any answer to that question.  It varies greatly from person to person.  Some of the factors are age, general health, luck, subtype of cancer, and I believe attitude.

Seven years and 4 months ago (Jan 2006) my arm broke due to undiagnosed kidney cancer, from a met that was thru the entire bone.  The cancer was thru the entire right kidney and had spread to several bones and both lungs.  My prognosis was poor. Both breast and kidney cancer have similar outcomes when they reached the advanced stage.  Some people overcome the disease or at least fight it off for several years.

I still am on chemo, but went camping last week.  Good luck and give hope to your sis in law. 

Jim

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by manibedi on Sun May 05, 2013 06:35 AM

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thanks Jim

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by manibedi on Sun May 05, 2013 06:36 AM

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thanks Linda

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by jesichashope on Mon May 06, 2013 08:40 PM

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You absolutely do not know. There are no guarantees I have found. My daughter gave it all she had and every chemo and radiation was used, it spread nonetheless. Sometimes you have to know in your heart when to switch gears; she did turn to alternative treatments that finally worked. She used to say, what they could not kill in three years with chemo they killed in three weeks with her alternative treatments.  A very happy camper.  What we found was certain cancers are resistant now to chemo but they are not resistant to naturally based treatments.  What it will come down to is what your sister in law wants and what she feels is her right choice.  Let her educate herself on both sides of treatments and then she will know what is best for her. If you google Jesicha's Hope there is lists there and also Jesicha's cancer story it might help. If you need support just holler.

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by SpringFlowers on Tue May 07, 2013 12:22 AM

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So good to hear your daughter getting great results with the alternative - me too.   I was told i'd be "lights out" as of Nov. 2011 - here it is May, 2013 and I am in great health, still Stage 4 BC, but all stats, bloodwork perfect and my tumor markers are all UNDER the normal readings!  I feel good, no fatigue, no pain.  I was DX'd w/BC in Jan/2011 after having a mamm only 14 months earlier and told all A-ok, then find I am Stage4, mets to thyroid, basal cell, liver, lungs, ribs, spine and pelvis.  I had completely eradicated ALL tumors in the soft tissue, liver, etc, by Sept 2011 using Alternative.  Now even the bone mets are slowly disappearing.   It can be done.  I had to use some powerful ingredients, lost my voice for awhile, but returned in 6 mo's, a small price to pay for the overall results.   I get lots of grief from lots of people for going alternative, but I was given no hope and here I have saved myself.  I have had NO chemo, NO radiation.  I have read over 50 books on cancer, got stats from NCI, what i've learned turned my stomach.  Cancer is a money maker for the pharm co's and hospitals, and....sadly, there is a cure, but to use it would close the doors of most hospitals.  I personally could care less what people say to or about me, I am alive, in great shape.  Even my doc finally admitted, yes, we can only do what is "protocol" - one size fits all, paint everyone with the same brush from the same paint can....it just doesn't work.   I've got the stats, for every cure from chemo, there are 67 bodies that fail from treatment.   Most cures are Stage 1 & 2, go to Stage 3 & 4, the cures are very far and few between.....and, from my viewpoint, you can cure 1 & 2 with alternative quite easily.   So stay diligent, it's worked and still working for me.   I pray enlightment will reign over monetary gain; but, I don't hold my breath, I know human fraility is easily swayed by the powerful.     Ck out U-Fn, DIM and of course Curcumin, add to her regimine, also remember cancer is anaerobic, not bacterial or viral, so get on a good diet, avoid the sugar - yes, avoid the sugar, it feeds cancer and don't let anyone dissuade you.  Avoid milk, soy and glutemates.   Add prayer in abundance, it is quite powerful.  Blessings to you.

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by jesichashope on Tue May 07, 2013 12:46 AM

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You are so right. The good Lord gave you guidance and you followed your instincts. Many are so swept up on the moment they do not realize until it is too late that the chemo and radiation is destroying their bodies. You can cure the cancer but you cannot fix the mutilation that has happened to your organs; the poison and the burning all play havoc on you.  We learned the hard way but she brought a lot of awareness to others so they might not be forced to go the same route. 

Keep your PH in line; no sugar - that is refined, and that goes for all those sugar laden products out there. Keep down on the wheat - use wheat berry products and cook with wheat berry flour; fresh fruits and vegetables and go easy on the meats. Lots of juicing, especially wheat grass.  Keep detoxified, support the immune system. I like a couple of supplements that are very supportive for cancer Hypoxsis and Crocetin. When you are shopping watch the products, Jesicha's Hope has a downloadable shopping list so you know what to buy organic and what you just have to scrub or peel. 

You correctly pointed out the importance of YOU making the decision because it is YOUR life; others may not agree but it is important that you do what is right for you.  This is one of our biggest jobs at Jesicha's Hope, advocating for others. She knew the pressure put on her by her peers but she did overcome that; that is when she got the treatments she wanted, not what others wanted. If you do not have your heart into your treatment, you are working with half effort. I firmly believe in complete alignment with your body, mind and spirit, without it healing is difficult. Your decision on treatments should come from seeking all answers and then deciding; that is where we list our resources and let people cruise through to get educated; then with your eyes wide open listen to your heart - the message will be there.

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