Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

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RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Jan42006 on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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While I would love to have your wife be cured, I am also skeptical regarding the way they are determining it. As you said HCG is used to determine germ cell tumors- specifically those related to ovarian or testicular cancers- not GBM. 

Sandy 

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Madeline_Ruth on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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I'm sorry guys, but this really makes me angry. Anyone that would claim to have a "cure" for Glioblastoma, is taking advantage of people who are going through one of the 2 worst things possible in life----either a GBM, or a loved one with a GBM. This is a sick hoax, and I certainly hope that no one pays attention or is taken advantage of by this person. People are desparate when faced with this diagnosis and it is not right to take advantage of people who are searching for legitimate answers and treatments. It is wrong and is evil to feed on those who are in pain.

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Shemay on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/28/2007 Madeline Ruth wrote:

I'm sorry guys, but this really makes me angry. Anyone that would claim to have a "cure" for Glioblastoma, is taking advantage of people who are going through one of the 2 worst things possible in life----either a GBM, or a loved one with a GBM. This is a sick hoax, and I certainly hope that no one pays attention or is taken advantage of by this person. People are desparate when faced with this diagnosis and it is not right to take advantage of people who are searching for legitimate answers and treatments. It is wrong and is evil to feed on those who are in pain.

I totally understand your feelings of anger. There was a time when I felt the same way but that was before I had personal knowledge of cancers being cured through alternative means. A good friend of my son's had brain cancer when he was thirteen years old, had surgery and his parents were told they were not able to get it all and there was nothing that could be done. In desperation they took him to a Naturopathic Clinic and followed the regimen set up for him faithfully and he lived. Six years ago when he was 38 years old he developed stomach cancer and opted not to go with traditional treatments. His oncologist was furious with him and told him he would be dead within six months. He is strong and healthy. When I was diagnosed in May 2004 with a 10cmx10cm tumour in my chest which had collapsed the center lobe of my right lung I was told that I would need the strongest chemo in order to "perhaps" save myself. My son's friend counselled me, provided me with Essiac tea and recommended a Naturopathic Clinic I should investigate. I have followed a regimen for detoxification and regeneration which includes diet, supplements and lifestyle changes which was tailored to my personal needs and through this my immune system was built back up to optimum efficiency ad strength. Today I am strong and healthy and have a deep feeling of well being and confidence. I KNOW working with a reputable alternative practitioner can result in healing. Respectfully Shemay

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Jennifer111466 on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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Ok...there comes a time and place that I have to speak publicly even though I have been doing private replies. I have to side with my sister (MR) on this.IF there is a "cure" for GBM4, please post what that cure is, where it can be obtained, who the doctors are, where the cancer center is, what it is made of, who makes it and how others can see all of that information. If someone has concocted something in their kitchen from a mixture of herbs, and think it is going to cure brain cancer, they are not only in denial, they are much worse off by misleading others. The original post on here was like dangling a carrot in front of many desperate people who are dealing with this horrible diagnosis-especially with the title of the post! I'm like my sister...just sick at my stomach that this was posted.

And here is my other question....the caregiver/husband designed the protocol...what is the caregiver's occupation? Is he an oncolocgist/neurologist? That would be interesting to know. By the way, do these so-called herbs you have mentioned stop cell growth and cell replication? because if that is the case, you have not only found a cure for GBM, but you have cured all cancers, as well as viruses the flu, and the common cold. You will for sure be a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize as well. I can't wait to see what your protocol is made of and how it can change hundreds of thousands of people's lives who deal with cancer.

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Shemay on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/28/2007 Jennifer111466 wrote:

Ok...there comes a time and place that I have to speak publicly even though I have been doing private replies. I have to side with my sister (MR) on this.IF there is a "cure" for GBM4, please post what that cure is, where it can be obtained, who the doctors are, where the cancer center is, what it is made of, who makes it and how others can see all of that information. If someone has concocted something in their kitchen from a mixture of herbs, and think it is going to cure brain cancer, they are not only in denial, they are much worse off by misleading others. The original post on here was like dangling a carrot in front of many desperate people who are dealing with this horrible diagnosis-especially with the title of the post! I'm like my sister...just sick at my stomach that this was posted.

And here is my other question....the caregiver/husband designed the protocol...what is the caregiver's occupation? Is he an oncolocgist/neurologist? That would be interesting to know. By the way, do these so-called herbs you have mentioned stop cell growth and cell replication? because if that is the case, you have not only found a cure for GBM, but you have cured all cancers, as well as viruses the flu, and the common cold. You will for sure be a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize as well. I can't wait to see what your protocol is made of and how it can change hundreds of thousands of people's lives who deal with cancer.


I understand your anger Jennifer111466 because I feel it repeatedly when I read posts on this message board from the many who are suffering from the effects of traditional treatments. Where is the cure here? Yet they continue to use the same protocols that they have been using for the past ???? years and even they admit the prognosis is discouraging. I feel blessed to have as my care giver a medical doctor/alternative practitioner who started out his career as a geneticist. He then went on to medicine and felt so discouraged when he saw the suffering caused by many traditional treatments and he remembered his oath "first do no harm" that he continued his studies and now practices integrative medicine. He HAS treated and brought back to good health many patients given up on by their traditional health care providers. He is a brilliant and dedicated human being whose first priority in life is to heal in the most humane way he possibly can. I hope you receive this message in the way it is intended. I send it with the best of intentions to let others know that there is always hope. Investigate with an open mind Respectfully Shemay

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Madeline_Ruth on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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Shemay, I congratulate you on your health, and am happy for you that the homeopathy has worked for you and that you are alive and well, but....... with all due respect, that is not the same as a Glioblastoma Grade IV. Which is NOT curable. Treatable, yes. But, not curable! Other cancers MAY respond to alternative treatments. GBM is not one that can be cured. The only cure would be to remove it all! And that is rarely a scenario. It is what it is...a fast growing brain tumor that is resistant to everything. I do not mean this as a retaliation, as I am glad you are well, and regardless of the means, that is a good thing. But, brain cancer is different from all other cancers with GBM being the most deadly cancer of all. I

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Shemay on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/28/2007 Madeline Ruth wrote:

Shemay, I congratulate you on your health, and am happy for you that the homeopathy has worked for you and that you are alive and well, but....... with all due respect, that is not the same as a Glioblastoma Grade IV. Which is NOT curable. Treatable, yes. But, not curable! Other cancers MAY respond to alternative treatments. GBM is not one that can be cured. The only cure would be to remove it all! And that is rarely a scenario. It is what it is...a fast growing brain tumor that is resistant to everything. I do not mean this as a retaliation, as I am glad you are well, and regardless of the means, that is a good thing. But, brain cancer is different from all other cancers with GBM being the most deadly cancer of all. I

My son has a good friend who had surgery for brain cancer when he was thirteen years old. I do not know at this time what type of cancer he had but I do know that when his parents were told that he was doomed because the cancer had spread so widely. they in desperation took him to a naturopath, followed the regimen set up for him and he lived. He is now in his forties. Six years ago cancer struck again. This time in the stomach. He was told he needed chemo and his oncologist was actually furious with him when he refused. He was told at that time he would never survive. He again turned to alternative medicine and is alive and well. When I was diagnosed with a 10cmx10cm tumor in my chest which had collapsed the center lobe of my right lung in May 2004, it was this young man who counselled me and recommended the clinic for me to attend. The oncologist I had been referred to told me at that time I would need the strongest chemo in order to "perhaps" save myself. I opted to take the alternative path instead but do see an oncologist periodically just to keep an eye on things. She has told me to keep up what I am doing. I am feeling strong and healthy with a deep sense of well being. That is why I am sharing here. Not to give false hope to anyone........ Respectfully Shemay

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Gagbm on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/28/2007 Shemay wrote:

 

On 1/28/2007 Gagbm wrote:

I am curious as to the HCG test you mentioned.  In the United States, HCG is typically used as an indication of pregnancy.  (i.e., a pregnancy test is an HCG test - the kind you can get at your local drugstore or doctor's office).  I am curious as to what technology is available in the Philippines to glean Glioblastoma information from a andard pregnancy test that is unavailable in the United States?  How does this work?  Where is the science behind this novel test published?  In addition, a cancer 'cure' is defined medically in the United States as 3 consecutive years without a recurrence.  Has your wife gone 3 years without a recurrence?  If not, it is illegal for you to claim a 'cure'.  While I sincerely hope a cure for Glioblastoma is found, your post sounds to me like a bunch of hype without any solid science or statistically valid evidence to back it up.        

 

From this website..... http://www.webmd.com/hw/being_pregnant/hw42062.asp here is just one quote......... HCG may also be produced abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that develop from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). Therefore, hCG levels are usually tested in a woman who may have cancer of the ovaries or abnormal tissue growing in her uterus (molar pregnancy) instead of a normal fetus. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help determine whether he has cancer of the testicles.

 

Shemay, your response cites that HCG is abnormally produced in germ cell tumors.  It does not mention Gliomas.  You have deliberately avoided answering my previous question about how an HCG test performed in the Philippines can provide an indication of efficacy when treating malignant glioma.  There are many frauds and charlatans that occasionally post on this board advertising their 'all natural miracle cure' that 'the medical industry doesn't want you to know about'.  If you have indeed found the cure for cancer, then post it on this board for all to see and take advantage of.  Explain the science and methodology behind this miracle 'cure', and show the statistics of how your approach is superior to the current standard of care.  Otherwise, stop trying to take advantage of my fellow caregivers and GBM patients to peddle your product.   

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Kimmmy on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 1/27/2007 32953 wrote:

I designed a protocol for my wife's (age 72) brain cancer (emergency surgery removed a tumor the size of a tennis ball) that seems to have killed almost all cancer cells within 5 months. No tumor according to MRIs, but these are not accurate. I had a special HCG test done by Dr. Navarro in Manila, Philippines that came back with a cell rating of 55 of a possible 10,000. Zero is perfect. I will share the protocol with anyone. There are 4 main cancer killing herbs: Essiac tea, fucoidan, Barley Power enzymes and graviola as well as many other nutrients and diet. No sugar in any form is allowed. Mentally and physically she is back to her old self. Do research on www.cancertutor.com

Dear 32953,

Please send us your protocol so I can help my sister fight her glioblastoma stage 4 brain cancer.

Kimmmy

 

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Shemay on Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM

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Gagbm I am overlooking your angry tone as I make this post. I posted the website for the HCG test only as information that cancer can indeed be identified using this test. I did not infer nor did I mean to, that this applied to glioblastoma. I presumed that any one interested would go to the site for their own information and be informed that this test is not used only for questioning pregnancy. As to my having a "product" to promote......that is the furthest thing from the truth. I have only told the truth about my own personal experiences with cancer and I have nothing to gain from that than the satisfaction I receive from "passing it forward." My intentions here are to only give hope and to encourage everyone to do their research with an open mind and not believe everything they are told by their health care providers whether they be Traditional or Alternative. Respectfully Shemay
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