Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

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RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Dodgerblue on Sat Dec 10, 2016 03:09 PM

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As you can read earlier in this thread, there are many GBM survivors who live 5, 10, 15, and even 20 years after there original DX.  While this may not be the norm, it's certainly reason to have hope, which is a must in this fight.

Dodger

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Kellyjolc4 on Sun Jan 07, 2018 09:48 PM

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On Jan 28, 2007 12:00 AM Kimmmy wrote:

 

On 1/28/2007 Shemay wrote:

 

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 shemay,

My sister has a Glioblastoma multiforme stage 4 brain tumor also.  It started in march of 2006 and since she has had 2 surgeries 4 months apart.  The second surgery left a small tumor behind.  We went to the burzynski clinic  in Texas and she is on sodium phenylbutrate and amino acids.  The two mri's after second surgery showed tumor shrinkage and the mri last week showed a new tumor growing and the original tumor gone.  I would like to speak with you on the phone or by email concerning your wife and what you did exactly to cure her.  My email is kimmmaccari@yahoo.com  please contact me...we are praying for a miracle.  Please help!

Warm thoughts,

Kim

Would you please check your private messages. I have sent you my E mail address and would appreciate a copy of the protocol that you designed. Thanks Shemay

 

Hi, my father has had a tumour remove that developed very agressively and they believe it to be a glioblastoma multiforme, please can you help me. I see you found a cure for your wife, what did you do and how did it work? I am desperate to try anything for him, he is 57 and it has not spread andywhere and they removed 80-90% of it, thank you so much, Kellyjo

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Kellyjolc4 on Sun Jan 07, 2018 09:52 PM

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On Dec 10, 2016 3:09 PM Dodgerblue wrote:

As you can read earlier in this thread, there are many GBM survivors who live 5, 10, 15, and even 20 years after there original DX.  While this may not be the norm, it's certainly reason to have hope, which is a must in this fight.

Dodger

Hi Dodger, you mention 10, 15 and even 20 years after their DX. I have only found data on 5 year survival rates, could you please point me in the direction of longer term survival rates. Is there any data on what they might have done for their treatment as well? My father has had a tumour removed 80-90% of it and they suspect it to be a glioblastoma, could you please help to point me in the direction of this research, I am desperate to find anything we can to try and treat this awful condition, thank you so much 

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by MargaretS on Mon Jan 08, 2018 04:14 AM

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Statistics are not going to give you the answers you need.  Your best bet is to try to get Optune for your dad as soon as he finishes radiation therapy.  Val-083 has also shown some promising results.  Immunotherapy has had mixed results.  Bottom line is that there is no magic bullet. It 's more like whack-a mole.

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by MargaretS on Mon Jan 08, 2018 04:14 AM

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Statistics are not going to give you the answers you need.  Your best bet is to try to get Optune for your dad as soon as he finishes radiation therapy.  Val-083 has also shown some promising results.  Immunotherapy has had mixed results.  Bottom line is that there is no magic bullet. It 's more like whack-a mole.

RE: Stage 4 glioblastoma cured

by Dodgerblue on Wed Jan 10, 2018 02:40 PM

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Long term survivorship statistics don't exist for brain cancer, never seen anything over 5 years, but these cases do exist.  I agree, statistics are basically useless as every case is different and no two people will have the same journey.  Best of luck,

Dodger

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