Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

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by cscottandcarly on Sat Oct 06, 2018 01:37 AM

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You are all so amazing. I know each one here is in their own fight, so it means so much to get such encouragement. 

I know we will win this fight. I cannot believe that our new oncologist is so against anything other than chemo. He literally said we shouldn't take turmeric if we go on chemo! What the heck! Turmeric? Really? That could hurt Scott? Really?  

At least he admitted that Folfiri could cause cancer. That's good to know. I don't Turmeric is cancer-causing, but that is ill-advised? I don't get it.

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by sandyld on Sat Oct 06, 2018 03:11 AM

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You guys are amazing. We are so grateful for your determination and contributions to the community. We were wondering if you (or anyone else) had ever tried or looked into the Gonzalez protocol? We’d heard about so many promising cases from this approach, and wonder if it might help you, or others?

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by ZippyBeta on Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:10 AM

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Turmeric is great for cancer but research does not reccomend using during radiation & chemo as it is a blood thinner.

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by cscottandcarly on Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:15 AM

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And that is great info if the doctor knew that. But he doesn't. He straight up said that it's about lawsuits and fear of doing anything off protocol. Anything. With the horrible chance offered by the chemo, I'm confused by the reticence to try other things.

Scott's retired doctor, Dr. Fisher was so willing to. Support our putting our hope into other things when we saw such positive results especially when the known pathetic-protocols prognosis. Dr Fisher acted like we still had the right to full oncological care even if we risked our life with non-US protocol. He knew Scott was existing on borrowed time but he didn't want that to be true. 

This new guy didn't even want to do a blood test on Scott since he's seeing Dr Blanning for mistletoe. It's like he doesn't want to be a part of Scott's team anymore. It's weird.

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by Wickedinns on Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:40 PM

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On Oct 08, 2018 12:15 AM cscottandcarly wrote:

And that is great info if the doctor knew that. But he doesn't. He straight up said that it's about lawsuits and fear of doing anything off protocol. Anything. With the horrible chance offered by the chemo, I'm confused by the reticence to try other things.

Scott's retired doctor, Dr. Fisher was so willing to. Support our putting our hope into other things when we saw such positive results especially when the known pathetic-protocols prognosis. Dr Fisher acted like we still had the right to full oncological care even if we risked our life with non-US protocol. He knew Scott was existing on borrowed time but he didn't want that to be true. 

This new guy didn't even want to do a blood test on Scott since he's seeing Dr Blanning for mistletoe. It's like he doesn't want to be a part of Scott's team anymore. It's weird.

Yes Carly it is weird but that is the way the rumble.... our first oncologist was brutal and everything was her way or no way... she even looked at me and to,d me she is the one they send the ones to who aren’t going to make it....well that was in summer of 2016...he is still here and fighting. Our new oncologist is only for the clinical trial hubby is on...he is so much more positive and does not discuss time lines but he isn’t a pusher either...mostly because he has to follow the protocol of the trial ... Keep up the fight.... my motto is never say never...live everyday and pray for the best.... Regards Wanda

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by CliffordZV on Wed Feb 06, 2019 12:49 AM

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I would like to start using cannabis oil therapy where do i start? what do i buy, my mom also has stage iv cancer and none of the chemos have worked at all on her she is now in hospice but doesnt want to give up yet.

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by Cerpentine on Sat Feb 09, 2019 09:42 PM

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On Feb 06, 2019 12:49 AM CliffordZV wrote:

I would like to start using cannabis oil therapy where do i start? what do i buy, my mom also has stage iv cancer and none of the chemos have worked at all on her she is now in hospice but doesnt want to give up yet.

There are many available CBD oils which you can order online. One starts by taking the oil little by little then gradually increasing it. I think it works differently for every person because when we were increasing it, my dad felt a little dizzy so we had to lower it again. That is how we manage his dosing. He is little scared to overdo it so he always checks how well he is tolerating the oils So far, he is feeling better. Best of luck! It really does wonders!
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